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Grand Rapids Community College

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Date Created: 08/15/16
Rachel Hodge 4/24/2016 Lib 330: The Idea of Nature Final Examination – Winter 2016 Course Objectives  Critically read and understand a wide range of differing perspectives about nature and the environment. (evidence discussed…) Grade: __B___ I think I earned a B in this area because I read an understood the readings, but it didn’t seem as though I did so as well as some of my other classmates. Although I did not always quote specific points from the readings, I did incorporate the main ideas from them into my responses showing that I did indeed understand them.  Investigate, synthesize, compare and interpret different viewpoints (ideas of nature) expressed by others in art, religion, science, philosophy and literature. Grade: __C___ I think I earned a C in this area because typically I would not be specific about the aspects of the readings I was referring back to. I also kept forgetting to cite the readings in my posts. I needed to improve my incorporating the readings ideas specifically and to cite them properly.  Analyze and articulate your own views of nature in writings as well as orally in response to a variety of perspectives across disciplines Grade: __A___ I think I earned an A in this area because I always brought up new ideas and gave my own viewpoints about the weekly topics. I consistently introduced new ideas into the discussions. Incorporating my ideas into the different topics did not cause me any trouble because I was able to adapt my ideas to be able to relate to the other topics.  Relate different ideas of nature to how humans behave towards nature and the consequences of those behaviors. Grade: ___A__ I think I earned an A in this area because I would always relate my ideas back to nature. Usually my ideas would touch back on the topic of man vs nature since it is such an important subject. I predicted the future of man and the future of the natural world within my writing, as well as explained how those outcomes could be avoided with being more conscious of our impacts and educating others. In more detail, I talked about how people disregarding their overall impacts and not being appreciative of nature would ultimately cause great harm. As of now, nature is being greatly impacted by the negative aspects of humans being greedy and uneducated with regards to the natural world. If we continue down this path, nature could quite possibly cease to exist and the damage would be irreversible. Participation: Grade: __A___ I think I earned an A in this area because I participated in every discussion. Although I was late to a few, I introduced new ideas and continued checking my older posts for feedback and answering questions presented by my classmates. I brought up original ideas and backed them up with details about why I thought that way as well.


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