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1. Describe a major you are interested in:
· Title of major
· Requirements for admission to the program and whether you meet them or not
· At least 2 associated extracurricular activities (student organizations, professional associations, etc.)
· At least 5 classes that are required
Challenges you may face (not enjoying some classes, pre-requisites, etc.)

2. Describe a career you are interested in:
· What the job does
· Education and certification/licensure requirements. How does the major you chose to research relate to this career?
· Job outlook and salary
Other notable aspects or challenges of the career


3. Answer the questions
· Why are you interested in this major and career you are describing in this paper?
· How did your assessments and what you have learned in the class help to increase your interest in this major/career?
What other experiences have influenced your interest in this major and career?

Students will write an essay or create a presentation based on an assigned (see below) chapter from  The Silk Roads.  The essay/presentation will include:
1.  A brief overview of the chapter (equivalent of 1 written paragraph).
2.  Definitions or descriptions of 5-7 important terms or items from the chapter (equivalent of 1 sentence per definition).
3.  A description of 3-5 important developments from the chapter (equivalent of 2-3 sentences per development).
4.  An explanation of how the information in the chapter  corroborates, qualifies, modifies, extends or refutes that from the textbook -- Worlds Together, Worlds Apart (equivalent of 1 paragraph).
5. An explanation of how the information from your assigned chapter extends from or is connected to the previous chapter. of Silk Roads.   (Equivalent of 1 paragraph). 
6. An explanation of how the information from your assigned chapter extends from or is connected to the  following chapter of Silk Roads.  (Equivalent of 1 paragraph).
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1. Describe a major you are interested in:
· Title of major
· Requirements for admission to the program and whether you meet them or not
· At least 2 associated extracurricular activities (student organizations, professional associations, etc.)
· At least 5 classes that are required
Challenges you may face (not enjoying some classes, pre-requisites, etc.)

2. Describe a career you are interested in:
· What the job does
· Education and certification/licensure requirements. How does the major you chose to research relate to this career?
· Job outlook and salary
Other notable aspects or challenges of the career


3. Answer the questions
· Why are you interested in this major and career you are describing in this paper?
· How did your assessments and what you have learned in the class help to increase your interest in this major/career?
What other experiences have influenced your interest in this major and career?

Students will write an essay or create a presentation based on an assigned (see below) chapter from  The Silk Roads.  The essay/presentation will include:
1.  A brief overview of the chapter (equivalent of 1 written paragraph).
2.  Definitions or descriptions of 5-7 important terms or items from the chapter (equivalent of 1 sentence per definition).
3.  A description of 3-5 important developments from the chapter (equivalent of 2-3 sentences per development).
4.  An explanation of how the information in the chapter  corroborates, qualifies, modifies, extends or refutes that from the textbook -- Worlds Together, Worlds Apart (equivalent of 1 paragraph).
5. An explanation of how the information from your assigned chapter extends from or is connected to the previous chapter. of Silk Roads.   (Equivalent of 1 paragraph). 
6. An explanation of how the information from your assigned chapter extends from or is connected to the  following chapter of Silk Roads.  (Equivalent of 1 paragraph).
.

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  1. 1. 1. Describe a major you are interested in: · Title of major · Requirements for admission to the program and whether you meet them or not · At least 2 associated extracurricular activities (student organizations, professional associations, etc.) · At least 5 classes that are required Challenges you may face (not enjoying some classes, pre- requisites, etc.) 2. Describe a career you are interested in: · What the job does · Education and certification/licensure requirements. How does the major you chose to research relate to this career? · Job outlook and salary Other notable aspects or challenges of the career 3. Answer the questions · Why are you interested in this major and career you are describing in this paper? · How did your assessments and what you have learned in the class help to increase your interest in this major/career? What other experiences have influenced your interest in this major and career? Students will write an essay or create a presentation based on an assigned (see below) chapter from The Silk Roads. The essay/presentation will include: 1. A brief overview of the chapter (equivalent of 1 written paragraph). 2. Definitions or descriptions of 5-7 important terms or items from the chapter (equivalent of 1 sentence per definition). 3. A description of 3-5 important developments from the
  2. 2. chapter (equivalent of 2-3 sentences per development). 4. An explanation of how the information in the chapter corroborates, qualifies, modifies, extends or refutes that from the textbook -- Worlds Together, Worlds Apart (equivalent of 1 paragraph). 5. An explanation of how the information from your assigned chapter extends from or is connected to the previous chapter. of Silk Roads. (Equivalent of 1 paragraph). 6. An explanation of how the information from your assigned chapter extends from or is connected to the following chapter of Silk Roads. (Equivalent of 1 paragraph).

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