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***ESSAY Option A***In class on Wednesday, we watched Tammy’s Story:Tammy’s Story – People Like Us episode #4 (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. Minimize VideoAs you watch this segment, I want you to think carefully about the following two questions:What characteristics mark people as belonging to one class or another?How does growing up in a particular social class affect one’s self image and expectations in life?For this week’s essay, please write up your responses to those two questions while using evidence and examples from the video “Tammy’s Story”On the document header, please clearly indicate that you are responding to “Essay A” or “Essay B” and make sure the file you submit is .doc, .docx, or .pdf.Your response must be between 500-600 words. Submit your finished responses to Canvas before 9am, Friday, May 17th.***Essay Option B***In class on Friday, we watched All You Need is Cash:All You Need Is Cash – People Like Us episode #7 (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site.As you watch this segment, I want you to think carefully about the following two questions:What characteristics mark people as belonging to one class or another?How does growing up in a particular social class affect one’s self image and expectations in life?For this week’s essay, please write up your responses to those two questions while using evidence and examples from the video “All You Need is Cash”On the document header, please clearly indicate that you are responding to “Essay A” or “Essay B” and make sure the file you submit is .doc, .docx, or .pdf.Your response must be between 500-600 words. Essay Rubric (1)Essay Rubric (1)CriteriaRatingsPtsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeCritical Thinking(analysis/argumentation)40.0 ptsADemonstrates excellent critical thinking with excellent observation and original thought.32.0 ptsBDemonstrates good critical thinking with good observations but lacks supporting details or balance.28.0 ptsCDemonstrates some critical thinking with weak observations.24.0 ptsDDemonstrates weak critical thinking with few to no observations20.0 ptsFDid not demonstrate any critical thinking.40.0 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeSociological Development(incorporate at least one source from lecture, articles, or discussion)40.0 ptsADraws solid conclusions from observations and demonstrates strong understanding of material.32.0 ptsBDraws decent conclusions from observations and demonstrates a good understanding of source material.28.0 ptsCDraws an incomprehensive conclusion and demonstrates some understanding of source material.24.0 ptsDSeverely lacks development in conclusion and demonstrates weak understanding of source material.20.0 ptsFDoes not draw any conclusions and/or does not incorporate source material.40.0 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeOrganization & Clarity20.0 ptsAVery well organized with no errors in grammar/spelling and consistently conveys arguments clearly.16.0 ptsBWell organized with few errors in grammar/spelling and usually conveys arguments clearly.14.0 ptsCSomewhat organized with errors sometimes detracting from readability and arguments.12.0 ptsDSeverely lacks organization. Numerous errors in grammar/spelling frequently detract from readability.8.0 ptsFDoes not have organization and is not readable.20.0 ptsTotal Points: 100.0.

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