Surprising Link Found in Obamas family Tree Generic extra credit directions: Extra credit is based on students reading an article, attending an event, listening to a program or watching a video.
ONLY those articles, events, audio programs and videos described on Blackboard are eligible to be used for extra credit. (NOTE: attending an event or watching a video may not be available for every class.)
Students may receive up to two points extra credit when they also write a 1.5 to 2 page (double spaced) paper that follows the criteria below:
– Paragraph 1: Identify and define the first of the two concepts you will be applying.
— note: The definitions MUST come from either our textbook or class notes. Papers using a dictionary, Wikipedia, etc definitions will not be read.
– Paragraph 2: Identify and define the second of the two concepts you will be applying.
— note: The definitions MUST come from either our textbook or class notes.
Surprising Link Found in Obamas family Tree Papers
Papers using a dictionary, Wikipedia, etc definitions will not be read.
– Paragraphs 3 and 4: Show how each of these concepts can be applied to the article you’ve read, the event you’ve attended or the video you’ve watched.
– If this extra credit is written about an article the paper must include at least 3 quotes from that article. Your paper will be written on a computer,
saved to a computer or portable device such as a flash drive, then up-loaded to Blackboard. The title of each paper MUST include some aspect of the title
given on Blackboard (example: for a paper on an article about Rosa Parks, the title of the paper might be ‘RosaParksExtraCredit.’) Further information on
posting to Blackboard will also be available.