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Purpose of the assignment:
Gannon READS – Assessment
– Complete a 3–4-page essay by the due date assigned in Blackboard related to the Gannon READS book and author presentation. Take time to reflect on the guiding points below to collect your thoughts on this entire experience.
– Develop a well-written and well-organized essay to demonstrate an in-depth reflection of both the presentation and the assigned book by the Gannon READS author.
– Consider this assignment as preparation for future courses since it includes gathering information and experiences and providing a response based on reflection and critical thinking.
Undergraduate Learning Outcomes:
– Students demonstrate intercultural competence and self-awareness. GUIDING POINTS/PROMPT:
Use the outline below to guide the content and structure of your essay.
a. What component of the book or presentation resonated with you?
b. Throughout the book, what is the key message or concept you believe the author
is trying to convey to the reader?
a. What does the author’s story say about the importance of questioning what we’ve been taught about other cultures and deciding opinions for our own?
b. How could the author’s perspective on the conflict in Yemen differ from another person involved (American, Israeli, Yemeni, etc.)?
c. During the Gannon READS event, how did the author share his message with the audience during his presentation?
a. Consider how those messages/concepts/components can be applied in your own
life, now and in the future.
b. Consider how the messages/concepts/components can be translated to our
Gannon University mission and Gannon community.
• Establish a clearly defined position/focus
• Support your position with appropriate evidence and/or examples
• Do NOT write a mere summary of the book and/or presentation
• Create a logical organizational pattern
• Use a variety of sentence structures that reflect college level composition skills
• Pay careful attention to spelling and the mechanics of grammar and composition
• Format your essay as a double-spaced Word document in Times New-Roman 12-point font.
• Refer to the rubric to guide the development of your essay.
• Submit your essay to the drop box in Blackboard using the due date assigned by your