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HIS120: WORLD HISTORY I M5A3: Learning Reflections The reflective prompt below is intended to help you reflect on your own learning for this module

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HIS120: WORLD HISTORY I

M5A3: Learning Reflections

The reflective prompt below is intended to help you reflect on your own learning for this module. Your participation and learning process are the important concepts, not simply the "correct" answers. Your answers can be used to help scaffold and guide your own learning, and to create a pathway through this course that meets your individual needs.

Your response should be no more than 5 sentences. You must use full sentences and should refer to the concepts from the week, but do not need to worry about using proper APA citations, references, or formatting.

  • What is one important concept or idea you learned this week and why does it matter to you?

Evaluation:

This reflection activity will be graded using the Learning Reflections Rubric

.  Please review this rubric prior to beginning your work. All reflection activities combined are worth 5% of your overall grade.

 

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Module 5: Overview & Outcomes

Organized religion is still an important part of the world today, and those beliefs can vary greatly! The ancient world was no different. Thus far, we have been seeing how different peoples in different areas understood the world through their (mostly) localized religious beliefs. This week, however, we will be exploring how more universalized religious beliefs began to take shape over larger geographical areas, engaging more diverse groups of people.

For more information about what you will learn, watch this week’s Module Presentation!

 

Course Outcomes (CO)

The course outcomes that will be addressed in this module are:

  • CO 1: Examine significant people, places, societies, and cultural interactions to determine their influence on world history.
  • CO 2: Assess the impact of various belief systems and political structures on the development of world cultures.
  • CO 3: Analyze historical source evidence for content and context to effectively support an historical argument.
  • CO 4: Explain how social, political, economic, or cultural forces shape relations between individuals and groups around the world (Gen. Ed. Career Competency 5.1).
  • CO 5: Interpret the past in context, showing an understanding of diverse cultures and perspectives. (History Program Outcome 2).

 

Module Outcomes (MO)

By the end of this module, you will be able to:

  • MO 1: Articulate factual knowledge about the growth of universalized religions (CO1).
  • MO 2: Explore Christianity, Buddhism, or Hinduism as a universalizing force through analysis of primary sources (CO2, CO3, CO5).
  • MO 3: Compare Christianity, Buddhism, and Hinduism to determine their similarities and differences (CO2).
  • MO 4: Defend the importance of a selected person, society, event, or idea in world history (CO1, CO4).

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