Slavery And Its Effects To Society

July 31, 2022| Rosemary Mosco

Slavery And Its Effects To Society

Required Resources

Read/review the following resources for this activity:

  • Minimum of 5 scholarly sources (This includes the sources from the annotated bibliography. Additional sources may be included as appropriate.) ATTACHED

Instructions
This week you will submit your final paper.

The paper should include the following:

  • Create your own 4-6 paragraph “dilemma” based on the controversial topic you chose in Week 3.
    • Summarize the dilemma.
    • Identify the key points of the dilemma.
    • Define the key terms associated with the dilemma.
    • Analyze the conflicts or controversies involved in the dilemma.
    • Provide an original point of view relative to the dilemma and the issue it signals.
  • Apply Kant’s Categorical Imperative to the dilemma.
  • Apply one other method you have encountered in lecture material and the readings.
  • State which of the two methods you selected you prefer and why.
  • Use the 5 articles from your annotated bibliography. (Additional academic scholarly research from the past 5 years can be included as well.)

Include a reference page at the end of your paper in APA format that includes your bibliography with the annotations removed and any other sources used in your final paper.

Paragraphs

  • Paragraphs are composed around topics, which naturally and organically emerge from a complex, focused, and sophisticated thesis.
  • Each paragraph explores one topic and one topic only.
  • Topics directly relate to the thesis and are not theses in and of themselves.
  • The paragraph completely and fully develops and explains the topic and provides details, examples, illustrations, and quotations from research as well as from the primary texts.
  • Topics and paragraphs rise above commonplace thinking and summary.
  • Quoted material is used powerfully to support analytical points (and not as padding).
  • There is a graceful transition to the next paragraph.
  • The ideas explored are significant, substantive, and instructive.
  • Ideas/topics support the overarching thesis so that the paper is a unified whole, and not a concatenation of appended mini-essays.

Grammar/Mechanics/Style

  • Grammar refers to the correct usage of Standard American English.
  • Mechanics refers to idiomatic conventions (capitalization of proper nouns, spelling, and punctuation).
  • Style refers to persuasiveness, sophistication, wit, and transcendent quality.
  • Sentences should be varied in length and complexity without loss of clarity or precision of meaning.
  • Style makes a paper a pleasure to read.

Writing Requirements (APA format)

  • Length: 10 pages (not including title page or references page)
  • 1-inch margins
  • Double spaced
  • 12-point Times New Roman font
  • Title page
  • References page (minimum of 5 scholarly resources – remove annotations; format hanging indents)
  • Pagination (upper right of the page)
  • In-text citations correspond to full reference on a reference page

Grading
This activity will be graded based on Course Project Grading Rubric

Rubric

Course Project Grading Rubric – 200 pts

Course Project Grading Rubric – 200 pts

CriteriaRatingsPts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeLength
10.0 ptsOutstanding

Meets length requirement

0.0 ptsNo Effort
10.0 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeContent
20.0 ptsOutstanding

Addresses all aspects of the assignment.

17.0 ptsAbove Average

Addresses most aspects of the assignment.

15.0 ptsAverage

Addresses some aspects of the assignment.

12.0 ptsBelow Average

Addresses few aspects of the assignment.

0.0ptsNo Effort
20.0 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeAnalysis
50.0 ptsOutstanding

Throughout the whole work, the writing shows depth of critical thought; leverages readings and course materials in support of writer’s evident effort to understand ethical problems; establishes good use of theoretical underpinnings.

42.5 ptsAbove Average

Throughout most of the work, the writing shows depth of critical thought; leverages readings and course materials in support of writer’s evident effort to understand ethical problems; establishes good use of theoretical underpinnings.

37.5 ptsAverage

Throughout some of the work, the writing shows depth of critical thought; leverages readings and course materials in support of writer’s evident effort to understand ethical problems; establishes good use of theoretical underpinnings.

30.0 ptsBelow Average

Throughout little of the work, the writing shows depth of critical thought; leverages readings and course materials in support of writer’s evident effort to understand ethical problems; establishes good use of theoretical underpinnings.

0.0ptsNo Effort
50.0 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeOrganization
50.0 ptsOutstanding

Ideas are logically organized, including inviting introduction (with a thesis statement) and a satisfactory conclusion, that come together in complete concepts.

42.5 ptsAbove Average

Ideas are well organized, including inviting introduction (with a thesis statement) and a satisfactory conclusion, with complete concepts.

37.5 ptsAverage

Organization and concepts need some restructuring.

30.0 ptsBelow Average

Organization and concepts are difficult to follow and incomplete.

0.0ptsNo Effort
50.0 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeWriting / Presentation
50.0 ptsOutstanding

Throughout the whole work, the writing/presentation actively engages with the topic; is free of major errors in grammar, spelling, and punctuation; demonstrates strong word choice and sentence variety; has a professional and consistent format and articulates clearly (presentation).

42.5 ptsAbove Average

Throughout most of the work, the writing/presentation actively engages with the topic; is free of major errors in grammar, spelling, and punctuation; demonstrates strong word choice and sentence variety; has a professional and consistent format and articulates clearly (presentation).

37.5 ptsAverage

Throughout some of the work, the writing/presentation actively engages with the topic; is free of major errors in grammar, spelling, and punctuation; demonstrates strong word choice and sentence variety; has a professional and consistent format and articulates clearly (presentation).

30.0 ptsBelow Average

Throughout little of the work, the writing/presentation actively engages with the topic; is free of major errors in grammar, spelling, and punctuation; demonstrates strong word choice and sentence variety; has a professional and consistent format and articulates clearly (presentation).

0.0ptsNo Effort
50.0 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeAPA: Citation and Reference Formatting
20.0 ptsOutstanding

Throughout the whole work, in-text references are formatted using APA style; references page/slide includes complete bibliographic information for sources using APA style; format (margins, spacing font size) adheres to APA style (paper).

17.0 ptsAbove Average

Throughout most of the work, in-text references are formatted using APA style; references page/slide includes complete bibliographic information for sources using APA style; format (margins, spacing font size) adheres to APA style (paper).

15.0 ptsAverage

Throughout some of the work, in-text references are formatted using APA style; references page/slide includes complete bibliographic information for sources using APA style; format (margins, spacing font size) adheres to APA style (paper).

12.0 ptsBelow Average

Throughout little of the work, in-text references are formatted using APA style; references page/slide includes complete bibliographic information for sources using APA style; format (margins, spacing font size) adheres to APA style (paper).

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