2 Page Double Spaced Cuny Bmcc Personal Code Of E

2 Page Double Spaced Cuny Bmcc Personal Code Of E

2 Page Double Spaced Cuny Bmcc Personal Code Of E

2 page double spaced paper answering the following question highlighted in yellow. You may any format you would like (for example 5 paragraph essay), but just make sure that the paper is coherent and organized and that each paragraph stays focused on 1 or 2 subjects. Make sure you have a clear topic statement in the first paragraph. Make sure to use at least 2 concepts, theories, models and or vocabulary from Chapter 9. You may write this in the 1st Person (Using personal pronouns, like “I” or “my”).

A code of ethics is essentially a comprehensive system of right and wrong. It is a set of guidelines to help you make decisions based on your own conscience.

You can start by looking at existing codes. A few places to look for ideas include political ideologies, religious codes, and analytical philosophy. Ask yourself which specific ideas make sense to you and which do not. For example: Do you agree that war can be justified? Do you believe that it is important to help others, even if it is not convenient? How should humans treat other animals? Ask yourself as many questions as you can think of, and try not to let popular opinions influence you. What do YOU really think? Use existing codes to develop your own code.

You can also write about how your personal experiences (family, friends,faith, work) have impacted your ethics and the development of your ethics. You can give examples of your ethics and how they have led you to make certain choices in your personal and/or professional life. You can explore areas where you have not clarified your own beliefs and ethics.

Remember: This is a rough draft and as before you will not be graded on it. BUT, if you do a great job on it the 1st time (23+ out of 25 points) you will not have to re-do it at all for the final draft.

WHAT IS YOUR PERSONAL AND/OR PROFESSIONAL CODE OF ETHICS?

Rubric

Journal #3 Rubric

Journal #3 Rubric

Criteria Ratings Pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome Support of Major Points

5.0 pts

EXCELLENT The purpose/goal of the paper is very clear and engaging from the introduction to the conclusion. All major points are fully developed and supported evenly by specific details. The major points are directly aligned to the assignment goals and/or questions.

4.0 pts

GOOD All key points are developed and supported by specific detail: some key points are less developed than others. The major points are aligned to the assignment goals and/or questions.

3.0 pts

FAIR Some key points are developed by specific detail: some are general and lack depth. THere is some disconnect between the points made and the goals and/or questions of the assignment.

0.0 pts

POOR Insufficient writing that fails to develop points. There is little or no alignment to the assignment goals and/or questions.

5.0 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome Organization

4.0 pts

EXCELLENT Structure is clear and appropriate and effective. Sophisticated arrangement of content with evident transitions. An interesting and engaging topic sentence is utilized. An effective conclusion that relates to the thesis statement is used.

3.0 pts

GOOD Structure is clear and appropriate to purpose. Functional arrangement of content that sustains a logical order with some evidence of transitions is included. A helpful topic sentence is utilized. A conclusion is included but the connection to the topic sentence is unclear.

2.0 pts

FAIR Structure is incomplete or uneven. Paper has inappropriate or intrusive transitions that disrupt the progression of ideas. A conclusion is included but it has no connection to the topic sentence.

0.0 pts

POOR Structure is missing or attenmpted but not obvious to the reader. No thesis/topic sentence is included. No conclusion is included.

4.0 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome SPELLING

3.0 pts

EXCELLENT Spelling is correct, including complex and irregular words.

2.0 pts

GOOD Spelling is generally accurate.

1.0 pts

FAIR Frequent spelling errors.

0.0 pts

POOR Spelling errors which are so frequent that they interfere with understanding.

3.0 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome PUNCTUATION

3.0 pts

EXCELLENT A range of punctuation marks including commas, apostrophes, colons and semicolons are used accurately and effectively.

2.0 pts

GOOD Periods and commas are used correctly .

1.0 pts

FAIR Frequent punctuation errors.

0.0 pts

POOR Insufficient punctuation.

3.0 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome Grammar

5.0 pts

EXCELLENT Sentences are well written. Subjects and verbs are in agreement. Plural and singular aspects of the sentences are correct. Sentences “read” correctly.

3.0 pts

GOOD Sentences are well written with only 1 or 2 errors.

2.0 pts

GRAMMAR (FAIR) More than 2 errors in sentence construction.

1.0 pts

POOR Paper includes 5 or more sentence errors.

0.0 pts

No Marks

5.0 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome Concepts from Chapter 9

5.0 pts

EXCELLENT

The journal includes 2 ideas from Chapter 9. The ideas are used appropriately and are integrated into the content of the journal.

3.0 pts

Good

The journal includes 1 idea From Chapter 9. The idea is used appropriately and is integrated into the content of the journal.

2.0 pts

Fair

Ideas from Chapter 9 are alluded to but not made clear.

0.0 pts

POOR

No connections to Chapter 9 are made.

5.0 pts

Total Points: 25.0

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