Why does diversity matter?

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please change the draft 0 to draft 2. please do not change the idea in draft 0. and please use draft 0 to finish the paper.thank you

Paper 3 Prompt

Why does diversity matter? In what context? For example, does diversity matter in the workplace, educational settings, relationships (e.g., friendships, marriages), or just society in general? Does diversity ever bring negative consequences? Why or why not?

Writing: Identify a certain context in which diversity matters and argue why it should be promoted or rejected.

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Paper 3, Draft 0 Rubric Good Passing Not Acceptable Good • Demonstrates clear understanding of prompt • Includes ideas that are relevant to the topic *There is enough material to work with and organize in the next draft. Passing • Demonstrates some understanding of prompt • Includes ideas but some may be irrelevant or off-topic *There is some material to work with and organize in the next draft. Not Acceptable • Demonstrates minimal understanding of prompt • Includes ideas which are mostly irrelevant or off-topic *There is not enough material to work with and organize in the next draft. Although a student may demonstrate understanding of prompt, a lack of ideas can result in a low grade. *Minimum 1.5 pages Paper 3, Draft 1 Rubric Excellent 90-100% Very Good 8089% Passing 73-79% Needs Improvement 60-72% Not Acceptable 0-59% Content and Organization • • • • • • • Includes adequate introductory information about the topic but which may need to be revised or replaced in a subsequent draft* Includes a clear thesis that responds to the prompt appropriately but which may need to be revised or replaced in a subsequent draft* Organizes and develops the topic/argument logically and thoughtfully Demonstrates understanding of the class text, connecting it to the topic Makes sufficient use of the class text for support Reflects original ideas and critical thinking Includes a conclusion that engages the readers but which may need to be revised or replaced in a subsequent draft to better support argument and previous text* Presentation and Language • • • • • Uses most tenses correctly Uses specific verbs such as claims, argues, suggests as well as academic vocabulary Varies sentence structure effectively and uses cohesive devices such as pronoun reference, transitions, and parallelism appropriately Is well edited for grammar: few basic errors with nouns, verbs, pronouns, and prepositions Follows punctuation and MLA conventions, including correct use of quotation marks and integrating quotes as evidence Paper 3, Draft 2 Rubric Excellent 90-100% Very Good 8089% Passing 73-79% Needs Improvement 60-72% Not Acceptable 0-59% Content and Organization • • • • • • • • Includes adequate introductory information about the topic but which may need to be revised or replaced in a subsequent draft* Includes a clear thesis that responds to the prompt appropriately but which may need to be revised or replaced in a subsequent draft* Organizes and develops the topic/argument logically and thoughtfully Demonstrates understanding of the class text, connecting it to the topic Makes sufficient use of the class text for support Reflects original ideas and critical thinking Includes a conclusion that engages the readers but which may need to be revised or replaced in a subsequent draft to better support argument and previous text* Demonstrates progress from the previous draft Presentation and Language • • • • • • Uses tenses correctly Uses specific verbs such as claims, argues, suggests as well as appropriate vocabulary Varies sentence structure effectively and uses cohesive devices such as pronoun reference, transitions, and parallelism appropriately Is well edited for grammar: few basic errors with nouns, verbs, pronouns, and prepositions Follows punctuation and MLA conventions, including correct use of quotation marks and integrating quotes as evidence Shows improvement in grammar and punctuation from the previous draft Paper 3, Final Draft Rubric Excellent 90-100% Very Good 8089% Passing 73-79% Needs Improvement 60-72% Not Acceptable 0-59% Content and Organization • • • • • • • • Includes adequate introductory information about the topic Includes a clear thesis that responds to the prompt appropriately Organizes and develops the topic/argument logically and thoughtfully Demonstrates understanding of the class text, connecting it to the topic Makes sufficient use of the class text for support Reflects original ideas and critical thinking Includes a conclusion that engages the readers Demonstrates progress through the drafting process Presentation and Language • • • • • • Uses tenses correctly Uses specific verbs such as claims, argues, suggests as well as appropriate vocabulary Varies sentence structure effectively and uses cohesive devices such as pronoun reference, transitions, and parallelism appropriately Is well edited for grammar: few basic errors with nouns, verbs, pronouns, and prepositions Follows punctuation and MLA conventions, including correct use of quotation marks, and integrating quotes as evidence Shows improvement in grammar and punctuation during the drafting process Why College Students in China, Korea, and Japan Should Be Friends Korean, Japan and China – individuals have much in common yet they are very different. They are close geographically and distant in mindsets, that is, in terms of their attitudes, and in their lifestyles. It is beneficial for Koreans, Japanese and Chinese college students to form friendships. Reasons: 1 We can learn from each other through group work and projects and this in turn will help us form substantive ideas leading to the creation of new knowledge. 2 We can learn different languages from each other and these languages are important ones because we can actually use them since the countries of China, Korean, and Japan are close, which facilitates frequent travel between them. 3 Learning about each others traditions like Lunar New Year, Moon….., and … , and we can enrich these traditions when sharing ideas about them. 4 I can gain knowledge of the rich cultures of the countries, which are close to mine. For example, Japan has more polite behaviors than those in China or even in Korea. DISC USS TREATMENT OF THE ELDERLY, OR PROFESSORS OR COMPANY LEADERS. ...
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