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RUBRIC: Panel Discussion #1
HUM 256 MYTHOLOGY FINAL PROJECTS
GRADING RUBRIC – L. FITCH BRASH
Student:
Topic of Presentation:
    PRESENTATION – 30%
Video recording loaded into co
ect Discussion forum on our class Canvas by the deadline.
    Poor
none to few of requirements
(0-5)
    Competent
some but not most of requirements (6-7)
    Good
most but not all requirements
(8-9)
    Excellent
all of requirements (10)
    Graphic Organizer Handout attachment you created for the class that lets us know all the topics (& their order) for your presentation – could be a word search, crossword puzzle, notetaking outline, fill in the blank worksheet, etc.
    
    
    
    
    Minimum of ONE visual (including dance) or aural piece of art from selected culture – presenter shares & discusses how it relates to mythology of this culture
    
    
    
    
    Oral Presentation discussing research on chosen topics – covers all 4 subtopics as well as art piece – minimum 5 minutes; maximum 10 minutes – if you go over 10 minutes, you will not get points for what you didn’t cover by 10 – make sure to REHEARSE in advance!
    
    
    
    
    WRITTEN REPORT - 70%
     Poo
(0-5)
    Competent
(6-7)
     Good
(8-9)
    Excellent
(10)
    MLA 2016 format throughout; co
ect MLA parenthetical citations in text for ALL research info
    
    
    
    
    Annotated MLA 2016 Works Cited – all research sources listed w/ comments on usefulness of each – min. of 4 solid sources; at least 1 must be non-Internet
    
    
    
    
    Report summarizes & analyzes in formal English; 3-page min; 5-page max; less than 20% of report is quoted material; instead, put data in your own words &/or paraphrase; in all cases, cite! Include the following:
    
    
    
    
    Topic 1- Cosmogony (origin of universe), cosmology (structure of universe), AND afterlife beliefs
    
    
    
    
    Topic 2 - Human creation myth AND culture’s attitude toward nature
    
    
    
    
    Topic 3 - Pantheon – summary including a description of the trickster, magna mater, AND senex deities
    
    
    
    
    Topic 4 - Epic hero’s monomyth – discuss min. 5 stages from his/her Hero’s Journey – do not give life story!!!
    
    
    
    
Additional Comments: XXXXXXXXXXTOTAL POINTS: _______________/100

RUBRIC: Panel Discussion #1
HUM 256 MYTHOLOGY FINAL PROJECTS
GRADING RUBRIC – L. FITCH BRASH
Student:
Topic of Presentation:
    PRESENTATION – 30%
Video recording loaded into co
ect Discussion forum on our class Canvas by the deadline.
    Poor
none to few of requirements
(0-5)
    Competent
some but not most of requirements (6-7)
    Good
most but not all requirements
(8-9)
    Excellent
all of requirements (10)
    Graphic Organizer Handout attachment you created for the class that lets us know all the topics (& their order) for your presentation – could be a word search, crossword puzzle, notetaking outline, fill in the blank worksheet, etc.
    
    
    
    
    Minimum of ONE visual (including dance) or aural piece of art from selected culture – presenter shares & discusses how it relates to mythology of this culture
    
    
    
    
    Oral Presentation discussing research on chosen topics – covers all 4 subtopics as well as art piece – minimum 5 minutes; maximum 10 minutes – if you go over 10 minutes, you will not get points for what you didn’t cover by 10 – make sure to REHEARSE in advance!
    
    
    
    
    WRITTEN REPORT - 70%
     Poo
(0-5)
    Competent
(6-7)
     Good
(8-9)
    Excellent
(10)
    MLA 2016 format throughout; co
ect MLA parenthetical citations in text for ALL research info
    
    
    
    
    Annotated MLA 2016 Works Cited – all research sources listed w/ comments on usefulness of each – min. of 4 solid sources; at least 1 must be non-Internet
    
    
    
    
    Report summarizes & analyzes in formal English; 3-page min; 5-page max; less than 20% of report is quoted material; instead, put data in your own words &/or paraphrase; in all cases, cite! Include the following:
    
    
    
    
    Topic 1- Cosmogony (origin of universe), cosmology (structure of universe), AND afterlife beliefs
    
    
    
    
    Topic 2 - Human creation myth AND culture’s attitude toward nature
    
    
    
    
    Topic 3 - Pantheon – summary including a description of the trickster, magna mater, AND senex deities
    
    
    
    
    Topic 4 - Epic hero’s monomyth – discuss min. 5 stages from his/her Hero’s Journey – do not give life story!!!
    
    
    
    
Additional Comments: XXXXXXXXXXTOTAL POINTS: _______________/100
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Amar Kumar answered on Apr 04 2022
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Introduction
Buddhism is a religion in view of Gautama Buddha (Sanskrit: "Blended One"), a northern Indian teacher who lived between the sixth and fourth century BCE, was known for his lessons (before the Common Era). Buddhism affects Asia's strict, social, and community life, growing In the 20th century, India was associated with Central and Southeast Asia, China, Korea, and Japan, lastly toward the West.
Pali and Sanskrit, two firmly related dynamic tongues of old India, created old Buddhist consecrated texts and speculations. In this article, Pali and Sanskrit terms that have acquired prevalence in English are treated as English words and are taken care of similarly that they show up in English word references. Exceptions are given in strange conditions, for example, when the Sanskrit expression dharma (Pali: dhamma) has suggestions that are not regularly connected with the term dharma as it is normally utilized in English. Pali structures are presented in areas on early Buddhism's key illustrations, which are recreated in huge part from Pali messages, as well as segments on Buddhist practices in which Pali is the otherworldly honored language. Sanskrit structures are displayed in segments managing Buddhist traditions whose essential blessed language is Sanskrit, as well as segments managing Buddhist practices whose fundamental sacred messages were made an interpretation of from Sanskrit into a Central or East Asian language like Tibetan or Chinese.
The Buddhist Foundations
During the 6th and fourth hundreds of years BCE, Buddhism emerged in northern India, during a time of quick cultural turn of events and strict action. The dates of the Buddha's introduction to the world and demise are liable to banter among specialists. Numerous present specialists think the recorded Buddha lived between the long periods of 563 and 483 BCE. Others guarantee he made due for a more extended timeframe (from around 448 to 368 BCE). Brahmanic (Hindu high-status) repentance and capacity caused an extensive parcel of distress in India at that point. In northeastern India, priests endeavored to put down a more private and more focused insight than the Vedas (Hindu blessed consecrated texts).
The Life of the Buddha
The teacher known as the Buddha lived in northern India between the...
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