same as last time
answer one of the ethical dilemma
Your paper should be approximately, but no less than, one page in length.
The format should be Times New Roman, double-spaced, size 12 font.
This reflection paper is worth 10% of your final grade.
Your grade will be determined by using the following rubric:
Prose, i.e., Grammar, Spelling, Sentence Construction: 3%
Focus of Paper:: 3%
Depth of Analysis: 4%
Your paper should be free of spelling and grammatical errors. Your paper should be free of ambiguous, awkward or poorly constructed sentences. You should aim to construct concise sentences that clearly communicate a point or claim to your reader. You should proofread your paper carefully before submission to identify and correct any errors.
Your paper should focus on one point, issue or problem that we have addressed in class this week, or that appeared in the first chapter of our textbook, Beginning Ethics. You should identify this point or issue either in the title of your paper, if you choose to create one, or in the first line or paragraph of your paper. You should aim to consider the aspects of this particular issue. Every aspect of your paper should relate to the one issue or point you have chosen to address. A portion of your grade will be assessed on how focused your paper is and how close it is to what we have covered thus far.
You should aim to develop a detailed, if relatively brief, analysis of the point or issue you have chosen to discuss. You should aim to open up the problem or issue by working to make sense of some of the aspects of this problem for your reader. You can draw on what the author says about his problem or you can work, primarily, with your own thoughts and insights. If you draw on, or refer to, another source make sure you reference it appropriately.
There are a number of essay questions and ethical dilemmas starting on page twenty-seven of this text. You may, if you wish, use one of these questions or dilemmas to develop your paper.
You are not required to, but you may if you wish, quote the textbook. If you do so, make sure that you do not fall short of the required length. You should generally work with the rule that the longer the quote, the longer the analysis or interpretation that is required to make sense of that quote for your reader.
If you have a question about a suitable issue or topic for your paper, please feel free to email me. However, I will not proofread your paper or evaluate it before it is submitted You must look for the book online the name is Beginning Ethics and the question is in the end of the chapter one