. Paragraphs coherent, unified, and welldeveloped. Transitions are clear. Provides strong supporting arguments with reasons, evidence, and examples. (22-25) The writer seems to be writing from knowledge or experience. The author has taken the ideas and made them “his/her own.” Excellent critical thinking. (13-15) Takes risks with content or narrative techniques. Teaches reader something. Unique treatment of the topic. (13-15) References creatively and powerfully support the expression. (5-6) Conforms to expected APA style. (4) Writer makes 1-3 errors in grammar, spelling, punctuation, or word choice that distracts the reader from the content. (8-10) The paper contains a main idea and thesis statement that is developed using consistent, pertinent details. Thought process has some depth and development. (18-21) Order apparent. Paragraphs unified and for the most part coherent. Transitions functional.

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Cultural Heritage Paper Feedback Form (100 Points Total) Student Name _____________________________________ Points earned ________ Grade _______ Assignment __________________________________________________________________________ CATEGORY Support for Topic (Content) Development of Ideas Adding Personality (Expression and Style) High-Order Thinking Use of References APA Formatting Grammar & Spelling Comments The paper contains a main idea and thesis statement that is fully developed with concrete and vivid details. Invites reading. Displays originality and creativity. (22-25) The paper progresses in clear, logical steps. Paragraphs coherent, unified, and welldeveloped. Transitions are clear. Provides strong supporting arguments with reasons, evidence, and examples. (22-25) The writer seems to be writing from knowledge or experience. The author has taken the ideas and made them “his/her own.” Excellent critical thinking. (13-15) Takes risks with content or narrative techniques. Teaches reader something. Unique treatment of the topic. (13-15) References creatively and powerfully support the expression. (5-6) Conforms to expected APA style. (4) Writer makes 1-3 errors in grammar, spelling, punctuation, or word choice that distracts the reader from the content. (8-10) The paper contains a main idea and thesis statement that is developed using consistent, pertinent details. Thought process has some depth and development. (18-21) Order apparent. Paragraphs unified and for the most part coherent. Transitions functional. Adequate supporting arguments apparent. The paper contains a main idea and thesis statement, but lacks sufficient support with specific details. (18-21) The writer relates some of his/her own knowledge or experience, but it does not clearly connect to the chosen sources. Adequate critical thinking. (10-12) Concrete details. Significant dialogue with and treatment of the topic. (10-12) Adequate use of references. (0-17) The writer has not tried to transform the information in a personal way. The ideas and the way they are expressed seem to belong to someone else. Poor critical thinking. (0-9) Lacks focus/significance. Topic difficult to follow. Relies on “telling” rather than “showing.” (0-9) Ineffective use of references. (3-4) Several minor or few major problems. (3) Writer makes 4-6 errors in grammar, spelling, punctuation, or word choice that distracts the reader from the content. (5-7) (1-2) Several major problems. (0-17) Order of essay confusing. Paragraphs jumbled or underdeveloped. Transitions unclear. . Adequate supporting arguments missing. (2) Writer makes more than 7 errors in grammar, spelling, punctuation, or word choice that distracts the reader from the content. (0-4) Cultural Heritage Paper Preparing your paper requires careful thought and planning. The following section outlines the steps necessary for constructing and presenting a comprehensive cultural heritage project. Getting Organized: 1. Defining one’s culture of origin. For the purpose of this exercise, culture of origin refers to the major group(s) from which an individual has descended that was/were the first generation to come to the United States (except for Native Americans.) For example, an individual may have been born and raised in America, but if her/his grandparents were Irish and Greek, then the culture of origin consists of these two (2) groups. If you have more than one culture of origin, you may choose to complete your exploration and paper on more than one heritage group, or you may chose to mention each group, yet focus your paper on just one group. 2. Research (via family interview, viewing films related to your culture(s), searching the internet, books and/or articles on your ethnic background) each ethnic group of your heritage and identify responses to the below-listed Cultural Heritage Self-Exploration questions. 3. Write an essay that tells the story of your findings and weaves in answers to each of the below-listed questions. a. How do you and your family identify yourselves culturally? How did you come to know about our culture growing up? b. Under what conditions did you family enter the United States (immigrant, political refugee, slave, etc.)? c. What were/are the group(s) experiences with oppression? d. What significance do race, skin color and hair play with each group? e. What is the dominant religion(s) of each group? What role does religion and spirituality play in the everyday lives of members of each group? f. How are gender roles defined within each group? g. How is sexual orientation regarded? h. What prejudices or stereotypes does each group have about itself? i. What prejudices or stereotypes does each group have about other groups? j. How is social class defined in each group? k. What occupational roles are valued in each group? l. How is family defined in each group? m. How have all of the above factors shaped your family and its members? What effect have they had one you? n. If more than one group comprises your culture of origin, how were the differences negotiated in your family? How has this impacted you personally? o. What were your expectations when you were little about what you would be when you grew up and what your life would be like? p. Did you feel you had a lot of choice in selecting dates? In selecting mates? In finding jobs? In finding housing? In obtaining credit? In obtaining medical care? q. How did you expectations get met or not met? r. What are the most important things for people outside your cultural group to learn and appreciate about your group? Additional Information to be Included: • How does your sense of your own ethnic/cultural identity influence your perception of others? What prejudices and biases do you now have, how have these changed over time? What do you consider your strengths and weaknesses in this area? How could these impact your relationships with others? Describe how your biases could impact your assessment and treatment of the people of your identified biases and what you would do to address this. This will illustrate your ability to use personal self-knowledge and integrate it with knowledge and cultural understanding. • Describe the influence of family of origin and ancestral issues on the evolution of your ethnic identity. Students who do not know this information should describe how this has influence them. Immigration and level of acculturation or tribal affiliation must be included. PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS IS NOT A CHRONOLOGY OF FAMILY HISTORY- IT MUST RELATE TO YOUR CURRENT IDENTITY. The evolution of your ethnic/cultural identity is important. Identifying how and when significant changes happened could help provide keys to how your identity has evolved. Culture is a dynamic process. (For example, you may have chosen to reject family rituals from our culture of origin, and to include those from other cultural sources.) Where possible, include input from other family members, e.g. what you were told about who you are, and how you should or should not relate to those from different backgrounds. Did you choose to accept or reject this information? An interview of a family member could be a useful resource. Don’t just go for the “big stuff.” Culture can be addressed in relation to state and city influences and socioeconomic class. For example, what influence did the part of town you lived in or which schools you attended have on your cultural identity? What cultures have you yourself chosen to relate to? (For example, surfing, Young Republicans, Alcoholics Anonymous….) Please note that you will need to prioritize, summarize and synthesize your material in order to fit it into five pages. Please no long family histories, the focus is on you. Please type and double space in accordance with APA style, (which of course includes noting all references used.) The paper should be no more than five pages excluding the cover page and bibliography. Cultural Heritage Papers will be evaluated based on the extent to which: • The above specified instructions are followed. • Ideas written can be easily understood, and the reader does not have to struggle to understand what the writer is communicating. • The reader has a sense of the writer’s direction throughout the essay and each paragraph flows logically into the next. • Ideas of the essay are fully developed and adequate supporting detail is provided. • The writer demonstrates the ability to analyze a subject from different perspectives and connect his or her conclusions to the central theme of the paper. • • • Paper demonstrates an in-depth exploration of this subject matter. Student addresses religious, racial, sexual orientation, gender identity, socioeconomic, nationality and/or language issues in a clear and coherent manner that shows originality, insight and reflection and a high level of self awareness in relation to cultural competency. Influence of family of origin/ancestral/immigration issues on the evolution of ethnic identity is explained and integrated with student’s understanding of own identity. Student demonstrates awareness of his/her prejudices and biases and the potential impact on perception of others. Strengths and weaknesses are addressed. Student’s work is professional in appearance and well written. Grammar, including punctuation, spelling, and syntax are appropriate for undergraduate work. Appropriate references are used and cited correctly according to APA guidelines. …
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