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Sherry.foundations.clue13

Sherry.foundations.clue13

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College Life/Community Literacy Under Examination: Using ethnographic research methods to describe and analyze the practices of a particular group.
College Life/Community Literacy Under Examination: Using ethnographic research methods to describe and analyze the practices of a particular group.

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Sherry Foundations’13
CLUE
– 
C
ollege
L
ife/
C
ommunity
L
ife
U
nder 
E
 xamination
Purpose
To study college life at Bloomsburg/practices in a community critically;To practice collecting, analyzing, and composing researchIn college, you are often asked to be “critical”; to do this requires awareness of the assumptions of  your community. College courses in education also often ask you to write “research”; thisassignment will help you practice gathering, arranging, and interpreting evidence for that major.
Assignment
In this assignment you will take photos, surveys, interviews, and field notes, generating evidencethrough ethnographic methods. Your purpose is to describe the culture of college life atBloomsburg, or the practices of a particular group, through attention to what values are expressed by where and how people interact. Your audience is a stranger to this place—me!
Assessment
Criterion/Grade 4.0 3.0 2.0 1.0
Organization:
arranges relevant details clearly to accomplish purpose(s)
Content 
: uses details thoroughly and specifically to make point(s)
Conventions:
style and grammar match the models read in class
Technique:
uses composing practices discussed in class
 A 4.0 is… Relevant details selected and clearly arranged to make point(s)Details used thoroughly and specifically to make point(s)Style/grammar of genre(s) examined in class used appropriately for author’s own purposesComposing techniques discussed in class are used appropriately for author’s own purposes A 3.0 is… Relevant details selected and arranged to make pointsDetails used thoroughly or specifically to make point(s)Style/grammar of the genre(s) examined in class are used appropriately but mechanically Composing techniques discussed in class are used appropriately but mechanically  A 2.0 is… Details arranged to make point(s)Details used to make point(s)Style/grammar of the genre(s) examined in class are attempted but not always appropriateComposing techniques discussed in class are attempted but not always appropriate A 1.0 is… Details do not seem relevant; arrangement unclearLacks details; does not make point(s)Style/grammar of the genre(s) examined in class are not usedComposing techniques discussed in class are not used

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