Video instructions: Open-book final exam

NBC online Global Evangelism / Communicating the Gospel in a Pluralistic World

Simplified grading rubric for the final exam. Use it as a checklist prior to submitting your work to Scribe.

  1. Was the final exam submitted on time? (by Sunday evening of Week 6)
  2. Does the submission meet the minimum length requirement?
  3. Are parts A and B both done?
  4. Does the submission for part A clearly deal with course material on a week-by-week basis?
  5. Does it refer to a variety of class activities such as the special assignments and the back-and-forth discussions as well as to the weekly readings?
  6. Is the question chosen for the essay in Part B clearly repeated in the exam?
  7. Is the writing in both parts of the exam submission at a college level in terms of expression and reflection?
  8. Is the final exam submission relatively free of grammar, spelling, punctuation and word usage mistakes?
  9. In terms of achieving assignment goals, would this final exam submision be considered:

Note: The official course web pages on the Nazarene Bible College site will contain expanded written instructions for this final exam.

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"Welcome to course" video
Calculating grades     Reading reflections     Response posts     End-of-Weekreflections     "All posts read" affirmation     Sermon ideas     Sermon illustration     NMI mission book     My local church's global involvement     Face-to-face mobilization     Missionary interview

Lectures   1. Biblical foundations   2. History   3. Culture    4. Strategy, part I   5. Strategy, part II   6. Nazarene missions

Course home page     FAQs page     Attendance policy    Applying for an "Incomplete" or I grade     Internet access problems?     Good learning habits    Time requirements     Writing good response posts

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