Learning Goal: I’m working on a research & summaries question and need support t

Learning Goal: I’m working on a research & summaries question and need support to help me learn.Introductory Maps Instructions PDFPlease take a photo of your map of your town and post it here. You need to upload the photo into Canvas, under Files, then click on the little landscape icon in the tool bar here to find and post your photo. Please make sure you have read the detailed instructions for how to make your map.Instructions to Upload an Image of Your Map PDFPlease tell us a little bit about your map when you post the photo. How does this map represent something about who you are that you want to share with us?In addition to having all of the required features of a map (including legend, point, area and line symbols, etc.), your map should highlight the important places in your neighborhood — places that are important to you. This way, we can learn something about you!Instructions to the map: Grading Rubric for the Introductory Map PDIntroductory Maps Instructions PDFPlease take a photo of your map of your town and post it here. You need to upload the photo into Canvas, under Files, then click on the little landscape icon in the tool bar here to find and post your photo. Please make sure you have read the detailed instructions for how to make your map.Instructions to Upload an Image of Your Map PDFPlease tell us a little bit about your map when you post the photo. How does this map represent something about who you are that you want to share with us?In addition to having all of the required features of a map (including legend, point, area and line symbols, etc.), your map should highlight the important places in your neighborhood — places that are important to you. This way, we can learn something about you!Grading Rubric for the Introductory Map PDFRubric – Grading RUBRIC FOR INTRODUCTORY MAP PROJECT, GEA 2000, 100 points totalOutstanding: Student has created a detailed map of his or her hometown that includes all of the required elements (points of interest, lines, areas, etc.) and a legend. The map clearly conveys aspects of the student’s personality and experience to the class. The project is correctly saved to the Discussion board. Student has added a well-written, clear and interesting summary of the map to the discussion board. Post has minimal grammatical or punctuation errors. (90 to 100 points)Strong: the project meets the requirements as stated above but lacks some detail in explanation of the map and the importance of places, or is weakened by poor writing and grammatical errors. (80 to 89 points)Fair: the project has basic elements but lacks thoroughness, detail or evidence of effort; description is weak and lacking in detailed explanation. Explanation of the purpose and meaning of the map is short and superficial. Grammatical errors may be present. (70 to 79 points)Weak: the project fails to meet the requirement of the assignment; map is sketchy and lacks critical elements;explanation is short, poorly written, lacking in detail. (60 to 69 points)Unacceptable: student has failed to complete the project adequately; missing key elements, explanation, or fails to fulfill the objective of introducing the student to the class. (Less than 59 points)Failure to submit the project earns a zero.
Requirements: 2 pages

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