FINAL PROJECT WORLD GEOGRAPHY
Your final project is due NO LATER THAN Decenber 1st @ 8:10 a.m for GEOG 101 01. Projects may be turned in as early as November 24th. This is worth 100 points and you must complete it entirely to receive full credit. I will not accept electronic submissions, you must turn in a paper copy to me by the deadline or risk receiving a grade of ZERO on the final project. Anyone submitting the project by one week prior to the final deadline (November 24th) will automatically receive five points extra credit for the project.
Look at each of the following Standards for Geography and reflect back on what you have learned this semester in this class and write at least one or more paragraphs with examples illustrating how this course met that standard. Completely describe in detail how each standard was met and give at a minimum of 2 examples per Standard. For the 10 point questions at the end of the Standards you should write about one-two pages for each question in order to receive the full 10 points. At a bare minimum you will probably be submitting a total of about 10-12 pages to effectively complete this assignment. Using information (i.e. similar references or explanations) from the examples listed at the National Geographic website I've linked for you in class will be considered plagiarism and will be dealt with per information in your course syllabus.
Grading Rubric For Reflection paper on Standards
5 Points = Accurately reflecting on Standard with 2 examples and more than one paragraph
4 Points = Accurately reflecting on Standard with 2 examples and only one paragraph or minimal incorrect statements with more than one paragraph
3 Points = Accurately reflecting on Standard with 1example and more than one paragraph
2 Points = Accurately reflecting on Standard with 1 example and only one paragraph
1 Point = Incorrect statements about Standard or no examples of it
0 Points = Standard is left blank
10 points - After taking this class how has your view of geography and your mental map changed and why do you need to know geography?