HU240 Herzing Unit 4 Most Influential Books Assessment Report

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Unit 4 Assessment - Compare and Contrast Books

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Instructions

Contrast: Books

Evaluation Title: Compare and Contrast Books

Look up all of the books from the list below and write a 2 sentence description about each one.

Why do you think each book has been important throughout history?

  • The Meaning of Relativity by by Albert Einstein
  • On the Origin of Species by Charles Darwin
  • Geographia by Ptolemy
  • Silent Spring by Rachel Carson
  • The Complete Works of William Shakespeare By William Shakespeare
  • The Canterbury Tales by Geoffrey Chaucer
  • Uncle Tom's Cabin by Harriett Beecher Stowe
  • 1984 by George Orwell
  • The Diary of a Young Girl by Anne Frank
  • Critique of Pure Reason by Immanuel Kant
  • Native Son by Richard Wright
  • The Jungle by Upton Sinclair
  • Tibetan Book of the Dead
  • The Bible
  • The Qur'an
  • The Torah

Remember to add your Reference in APA format.

Estimated time to complete: 3 hours

Rubric

HU240 Unit 4 Assessment - Compare and Contrast Books

HU240 Unit 4 Assessment - Compare and Contrast Books

CriteriaRatingsPts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeContent

27.0 pts

Level 5

Expresses content knowledge with the assignment purpose in a complete, organized, clear, professional, and culturally respectful manner.

24.0 pts

Level 4

Expresses content knowledge with the assignment purpose in a complete, organized, clear, professional, and culturally respectful manner with minor weaknesses in one or more of the areas.

22.0 pts

Level 3

Partially expresses content knowledge with the assignment purpose. Expresses ideas in a complete, organized, clear, professional, and culturally respectful manner with weaknesses in these area.

19.0 pts

Level 2

Partially expresses content knowledge with the assignment purpose. Ideas are partially expressed in an organized, professional, and culturally respectful manner with major weaknesses in these areas.

16.0 pts

Level 1

Expresses limited content knowledge with the assignment purpose. Ideas are not expressed in a complete, organized, clear, professional, and/or culturally respectful manner.

0.0 pts

Level 0

The assignment was not completed or there are no constructed concepts that demonstrate analytically skills and no evidences to support the content does not align to the assignment instructions

27.0 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeAnalysis

27.0 pts

Level 5

Constructs concepts related to course content, demonstrating strong analytical skills with strong evidence to support professional and personal subject knowledge through details, supporting evidence, and idea differentiation.

24.0 pts

Level 4

Constructs concepts related to course content, demonstrating strong analytical skills with evidence to support professional and personal subject knowledge through details, supporting evidence, and idea differentiation.

22.0 pts

Level 3

Constructs concepts related to course content, demonstrating analytical skills with some evidence to support professional and personal subject knowledge through details, supporting evidence, and idea differentiation.

19.0 pts

Level 2

Constructs concepts related to course content, demonstrating weak analytical skills with minimal evidence to support professional and personal subject knowledge through details, supporting evidence, and idea differentiation.

16.0 pts

Level 1

Constructs concepts related to course content, demonstrating inadequate evidence of analytical skills. There is minimal or no evidence to support professional and personal subject knowledge through details, supporting evidence, and idea differentiation.

0.0 pts

Level 0

The assignment was not completed or there was no evidence of constructed concepts that are supported by professional and personal subject knowledge through details, supporting evidence, and idea differentiation.

27.0 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeTechnology

15.0 pts

Level 5

Manipulates multiple technological resources to effectively implement all assignment requirements.

14.0 pts

Level 4

Manipulates multiple technological resources to effectively implement most assignment requirements.

12.0 pts

Level 3

Manipulates multiple technological resources to effectively implement some assignment requirements.

11.0 pts

Level 2

Manipulates multiple technological resources for some assignment requirements.

9.0 pts

Level 1

Manipulates technological resources to minimally meet some assignment requirements.

0.0 pts

Level 0

The assignment was not completed or difficulties with technological manipulation were evident. The assignment submitted does not meet requriements.

15.0 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeWriting

10.0 pts

Level 5

The assignment exhibits a excellent command of written English language conventions. The assignment has no errors in mechanics, grammar, or spelling.

6.0 pts

Level 4

The assignment exhibits a good command of written English language conventions. The assignment has no errors in mechanics, or spelling with minor grammatical errors that impair the flow of communication.

4.0 pts

Level 3

The assignment exhibits a basic command of written English language conventions. The assignment has minor errors in mechanics, grammar, or spelling that impact the flow of communication

2.0 pts

Level 2

The assignment exhibits a limited command of written English language conventions. The assignment has frequent errors in mechanics, grammar, or spelling that impede the flow of communication.

1.0 pts

Level 1

The assignment exhibits little command of written English language conventions. The assignment has errors in mechanics, grammar, or spelling that cause the reader to stop and reread parts of the writing to discern meaning.

0.0 pts

Level 0

The assignment does not demonstrate command of written English language conventions. The assignment has multiple errors in mechanics, grammar, or spelling that cause the reader difficulty discerning the meaning.

10.0 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeAPA

6.0 pts

Level 5

In-text citations of sources and references in proper APA style are included with no errors.

5.0 pts

Level 4

In-text citations of sources and references in proper APA style are included but have 1-2 minor APA errors.

4.0 pts

Level 3

In-text citations of sources and references in proper APA style are included but have 3 - 4 minor APA errors.

3.0 pts

Level 2

In-text citations of sources and references in proper APA style are included but have more than 4 errors.

2.0 pts

Level 1

The errors demonstrate limited understanding of in-text citation and reference requirements

0.0 pts

Level 0

There are no in-text citations AND/OR references.

6.0 pts

Total Points: 85.0

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Tutor Answer

ProfHenryM
School: Rice University

Hello buddy, see the attached assignment.Let me know if you need any edits or clariication.Otherwise, goodbye and welcome again in the future

Running Head: MOST INFLUENTIAL BOOKS

Most Influential Books
Student’s Name
Institutional Affiliation

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MOST INFLUENTIAL BOOKS
Most Influential Books
1. The meaning of Relativity by Albert Einstein
Albert visited Princeton University to give Stafford little lectures. The university then
published his addresses, which were regarded as the meaning of relativity. His theories are

significant in Physics development (Einstein, 2003, p. 2). The theories explain the reason behind
the behavior of particles and forces in nature.
2. On the origin of Species by Charles Darwin
This book brought about the scientific theory that populations tend to evolve over
generations through natural selection. He illustrated through the fact that diversity of life came
from a particular descent through a dividing evolution pattern (Francis, 2007, p. 1). Darwin,
therefore, gave people the idea of how they came to be where they are, and without him, people
would never know the meaning of life.
3. Geographia by Ptolemy
The Geographia is an atlas, a gazetteer and a treatise on cartography. It illustrated the
geographical information of the Roman Empire in the second century (Ptolemy, Berggren, &
Jones, 2000, p. 3). He came up with the concept of latitude and longitude, which is essential for
the lost people to find the right direction. Using the two, they can easily calculate distance and
reach their destination.
4. Silent Spring by Rachael Carson
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