Briefly, what was your reaction to the Brandon Teena Video? How was his victimization consistent with what we know about victimization risk factors, types of crimes, and motives for crimes exacted aga

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Briefly, what was your reaction to the Brandon Teena Video?

How was his victimization consistent with what we know about victimization risk factors, types of crimes, and motives for crimes exacted against LGBTQIA victims?

Most hate victims don’t report crimes, Brandon did. Briefly, how did the CJS and community response to his report reinforce the reasons people do NOT report their hate crimes?

Briefly, what was your reaction to the Brandon Teena Video? How was his victimization consistent with what we know about victimization risk factors, types of crimes, and motives for crimes exacted aga
8/29/2021 Two Decades After Brandon T eena’s Murder, a Look Back at Falls City – The Atlantic https://www.theatlantic.com/national/archive/2013/12/two-decades-after-brandon-teenas-murder-a-look-back-at-falls-city/282738/ 1/12 U.S . T w o D ec a d es A ft e r B ra n don T een a’s M urd er, a L ook B ack a t F alls Ci ty E ag er to co me to term s w it h h is d ep artm ent ‘s t ra g ic m is h and li ng of t he r ap e t hat l ed to th e m urd er o n N ew Y ea r’s E ve i n 1993, a sm all – to w n s heri se ns it ivity training. B y S te ph anie Fair y ing to n DEC EMBER 31, 20 13 Brandon Teena, left, with Lana Tisdel in an undated photo (As sociated Press) T w enty yea rs a go in a lit tle N ebra sk an t ow n ca ll e d F all s C it y , a hand so m e 21- yea r-o ld t r a ns man w it h big blue e yes w as br uta ll y be ate n, r ap ed a nd m urd ere d in o ne of t he m ost h eino us h ate crim es in A merica n h is to ry . H is na me w as B ra nd on T eena . Sub sc rib e S HA RE 8/29/2021 Two Decades After Brandon T eena’s Murder, a Look Back at Falls City – The Atlantic https://www.theatlantic.com/national/archive/2013/12/two-decades-after-brandon-teenas-murder-a-look-back-at-falls-city/282738/ 2/12 dra m atiz a tio n B oys D on’t C ry in 1999 th at m ad e B ra nd on’s s to ry f am ili a r t o m illi o ns o f A merica ns —a nd won H ila ry S wank an O sca r f or h er m oving portr a y al o f h im . Bra nd on l eft h is h om eto w n o f L inco ln, N ebr ask a, f or F all s C it y a t t he a ge o f 20, h oping to sta rt a ne w lif e in a comm uni ty w here no one kne w h im . H e s ta rte d d ating L ana Tis d el, a nd fou nd a fam ily o f s orts i n h er i nne r ci rcl e o f f rie nd s, i ncl uding Joh n L otte r a nd M arvin “ Tom ” N is se n. B ut u pon d is co vering Bra nd on w as a bi olo gica l fe m ale , L otte r a nd Nis se n beca me o bs esse d w it h p ro ving his a na to m y t o L ana , fo rcibl y d is r o bing h im in a bath ro om on C hris tm as E ve, a nd hou rs l ate r, r ap ing him . O n N ew Y ea rs E ve, to prev ent h im fro m ever p re ssing ch arg es, t hey k ille d h im and tw o b ysta nd ers. B ra n don f aced a d em ea n in g a nd d eh um an iz in g l in e of q uestio n in g f ro m the R ic h ard so n C ou n ty S heri w hen r ep ortin g h is a tt a ck ers. T od ay, L otte r r em ains on d ea th r ow at T ecu mse h S ta te C orre ct io na l I ns tit u tio n, h aving been co nvicted of th e kil li ng s w it h N is se n ’s t estim ony . N is se n i s s erv ing thre e li f e s ente nce s a t th e L inco ln C orre ct io na l C ent er. I n 2007, h e r eca nte d h is o rig ina l te stim ony and no w adm it s h e m urd ere d t he t hre e v ict im s w it h L otte r a s h is a cco mplice . But a no th er O n D ece mbe r 25, m ere h ou rs a ft e r be ing sex u all y a ssa u lt e d , B ra nd on f ace d a dem ea ning a nd deh um aniz ing lin e o f q uestio ni ng fro m the R ich ard so n C ou nt y Sh eri L .A . o C: [ A]ft e r he pulle d y ou r p an ts d ow n a nd s een y ou w as a gir l, w hat d id he do? D id he fo n dle y ou a ny? B : N o. C : H e d id n ‘t f on dle y ou a ny, hu h. Di dn ‘t t ha t k in d o f a m aze y ou ?…D oesn ‘t t ha t k in d o f, a h, get you r a tte n tio n s om eho w t hat he wou ld ‘v e p ut hi s ha nds i n y ou r p an ts a nd p la y wi th y ou a lit tle b it ? … 8/29/2021 Two Decades After Brandon T eena’s Murder, a Look Back at Falls City – The Atlantic https://www.theatlantic.com/national/archive/2013/12/two-decades-after-brandon-teenas-murder-a-look-back-at-falls-city/282738/ 3/12 C: [ Y]o u w ere a ll ha lf – a ss d ru n k…. I c an ‘t b eli e v e t ha t i f he pulle d y ou r p an ts d ow n a nd yo u a re a fem ale t ha t he did n ‘t s tic k hi s ha nd i n y ou o r hi s B : W ell, he did n ‘t . C : I can ‘t b eli e v e he did n ‘t . … C :…Di d he ha ve a ha rd o n when he g ot b ack t he re o r w ha t? B : I don ‘t k now . I did n ‘t l ook . C : Y ou d id n ‘t l ook . Di d he tak e a lit tle t im e w ork in g i t u p, o r w ha t? D id y ou w ork i t u p fo r hi m? B: N o, I did n ‘t . C : Y ou d id n ‘t wo rk i t u p f or hi m? B: N o. C : B: I gu ess s o, I don ‘t k now . C : Y ou d on ‘t k now …Di d, when he got i n t he back s ea t y ou w ere a lr e a d y s pre a d o ut b ack the re r ea d y f or hi m, wa it in g o n hi m. B: N o, I wa s s it tin g u p when he got b ack t he re . …. C : A nd y ou ha d n ev er ha d s ex b efo re ? B : N o. C : H ow o ld a re y ou ? B : 21. C : A nd i f y ou ‘r e 21, y ou t hi nk y ou ‘d ha ve, y ou ‘d ha ve, t ro u ble g ettin g i t i n? …. C : W hy do y ou r un a ro u n d wi th gi rls i nst e a d o f, a h, g uys b ein g y ou a re a gir l y ou rse lf ? B : W hy do I wha t? C : W hy do y ou r un a ro u n d wi th gi rls i nst e a d o f g uys b ein g y ou ‘r e a gir l y ou rse lf ? 8/29/2021 Two Decades After Brandon T eena’s Murder, a Look Back at Falls City – The Atlantic https://www.theatlantic.com/national/archive/2013/12/two-decades-after-brandon-teenas-murder-a-look-back-at-falls-city/282738/ 4/12 B: I ha ven ‘t t he sli g ht est i dea . C : Y ou ha ven ‘t t he sli g ht est i dea ? Y ou g o a ro u n d k issi n g o the r g ir ls ?….[ T]he gir ls t ha t d on ‘t k n ow a bou t y ou , t hinks [ si c ] y ou a re a guy. D o y ou k iss t he m? …. B: …I have a sex u al i den tit y c risi s. C : A wha t? B : I ha ve a sex u al i den tit y c risi s. C : Y ou wa nt t o e xp la in t ha t? B : I don ‘t k now i f I can e ven t alk a bou t i t…. I r ece ntl y r e-w atch ed S usa n M usk a a nd Gre ta O la fs d ottir ‘s E mmy-no mina te d 1998 docu menta ry , w hich une arth ed th is e xcr ucia tin g e xch ang e. into an a partm ent in F alls C it y to atte nd all t he t ria ls a nd sent enci ngs. W it h ou t t heir e x ce lle nt inv estig ativ e j ou rna li s m w e w ou ld h av e ne ver l ea rne d o f t he e xtr e m e mis co nd uct a nd inh um anity Bra nd on s u it s o m eth ing pa rticu la rly pe rv erse a bo ut a m an e ntru ste d w it h t he d uty t o p ro te ct ch oosing ins te a d to hurt a nd hum ili a te . P eir ce , w ho a ls o s pe nt m ore th an h alf a d eca de r ese a rch ing and m ak ing her to u nd ersco re th e d is tu rbing a nd partici pato ry na tu re o f L au x’s q uestio ns abo ut t he crim e b y pl ay ing out th e ra pe sce ne in grille d b y L au x.  Wh en I rece ntl y s poke w it h P eir ce , s he no te d “ a l ev el o f p ro vo ca tio n and plea su re [ th at L au x d eriv ed ] o ut o f m ak ing Bra nd on r eli v e h is o w n t ortu re .” D espite am ple e vid ence , Lau x negl ect ed t o a pp re h end and ch arg e L otte r a nd Nis se n, g iving th em th e o ppo rtu nity to plan a nd execu te B ra nd on’ s m urd er t w ent y y ea rs a go to d ay o n D ece mbe r 31, 1993. J oA nn B ra nd on, B ra nd on’s m oth er, w as e vent ually a w ard ed $5000 f or w ro ng fu l d ea th , $7000 f or i nt ent io na l i n d is tr e ss, $80,000 f or “ m enta l s u I w ond ere d if th e s ta in o f L au x’s l eg acy still l ing ere d in F all s C it y ‘s S h eri if th ey ‘d m ad e pr oce du ra l e A ft e r a ll, t r a ns gend er rig hts a nd vis ibil it y h av e incr ea se d s ig ni s ince 1993. To O 8/29/2021 Two Decades After Brandon T eena’s Murder, a Look Back at Falls City – The Atlantic https://www.theatlantic.com/national/archive/2013/12/two-decades-after-brandon-teenas-murder-a-look-back-at-falls-city/282738/ 5/12 Omah a. I wheth er h e h as a ny reg re t a bo ut th e w ay h e h and le d t hing s. e n tr u ste d w it h t he d uty t o p ro te c t c hoosin g in ste a d to h urt a nd h um ili a te . “I’m pr etty s ure h e w ill no t s pe ak w it h y ou ,” H ou se r w ro te i n a n email. H e enco ura g ed m e, h ow ev er, to giv e i t a try . W hen m y l ette r r eq u esting an i nterv ie w w ent u nanswere d , I ca lle d L au x’ s h om e i n D aw so n. “ Yo u k no w, y ou p eo p le a re a p ain in th e a ss!” h e y elle d , u pon h ea rin g w hy I w as ca ll i ng , and hung up. “ h e’s bl am ele ss. I ‘m sure it’ s a d efe ns e m ech ani sm .” H ou se r u pd ate d m e o n L au x’s l if e s ince 1993. J ust a few y ea rs a ft e r t he t ra g ed y, h e w as v ote d co mmis sio ne r o f Rich ard so n C ou nty . W hen h is te rm end ed , h e t ook a job a s a co rre ct io ns o Nebra ska Sta te P enite ntia ry , w here L otte r s it s o n d ea th r ow . A s r ece nt ly a s 2010, h e ev en s erv ed o n h is co mmunity ‘s V illa g e B oard . N ow retir e d , h e d riv es a sch ool bu s. s ch ool—s urpris ed m e. “ Well,” H ou se r l au gh ed , “ th ese a re n’ t e xact ly o re w ard !” H e j oke d th at F alls C it y “ is a few m ile s f ro m the e nd s o f t he e arth ,” bu t a ssu re d m e th at h e a nd his co mpa tr io ts “ are a lot m ore e vo lv ed t han y ou m ig h t e xp ect .” M any law enf orce ment o se rie s o f ba d d ecis io ns w ere m ad e b y t he g uy a t t he t op a nd that w on’ t be me i f so m eth ing like th is h appe ns again. T od ay, po li ce veh icl es a re e qu ippe d w it h in- car v id eo s a nd o wir e le ss m icr oph one s s o th ey a re m oni to re d a nd held a cco unt abl e f or t heir a ct io ns . Als o , ba sic l aw -e nf orce ment tra in ing is a n i ntens e 16 w eek s a t t he N ebr ask a L aw E nf orce ment T ra ining Center in G ra nd Isla nd , w here t he cu rricu lu m incl udes a vie wing and dis cu ssio n o f th e a nd sta g ed s exu al- a ssa u lt a nd dom estic- vio le nce sce na rio s be tw een s tr a ig h t a nd gay co uple s. N ot to ju stif y h is w ro ng doing , bu t t o p artia ll y e xp la in L au x’s i gno ra nce , Hou se r t old m e th at L au x’ s tra ining w as f ar in fe rio r t o w hat o h is th ir d 4- yea r te rm as s heri 8/29/2021 Two Decades After Brandon T eena’s Murder, a Look Back at Falls City – The Atlantic https://www.theatlantic.com/national/archive/2013/12/two-decades-after-brandon-teenas-murder-a-look-back-at-falls-city/282738/ 6/12 tr a ining experience wa s pr oba bly i n t he l ate 70′ s o r e arly 80′ s, w hen i t l aste d a ll o f s ix w eeks .” T od ay, B ra nd on T eena ’s e xpe rie nc e w ou ld be di Cou nty now h as a cce ss to service s f ro m Pro je ct R esp ons e, a support a dvo ca cy gro u p ba se d o ut o f O mah a a nd Linco ln t hat a ssis ts w it h d om estic v io le nce and sex u al a ssa u lt ca se s. “ If th ere w as s tr o ng evid enc e o f w it ne ss i nt im id atio n o r r ep ris a l a s t here w as i n th is ca se ,” H ou se r e xpl aine d, “ we w ou ld link up w it h P ro je ct R esp ons e a nd that pe rso n w ou ld be pu t in a safe h ou se , g iv en a cell p hone that ca n o nly d ia l 911 a nd th eir pe rso na l ph one wou ld be taken a way f ro m them so t heir p erp etr a to rs ca n’t t ra ck th em dow n. ” “A ra pe,” h e co ntinu ed , “ espe cia lly o ne inv olv ing kid na pp ing , p hysica l a ssa u lt a nd dea th th re a ts w as a s ra re th en a s it i s t od ay. o rd er vio la tio ns , D UIs , d riving u nder s usp ens io n a nd dom estic v io le nce . [A ca se l ik e B ra nd on’ s] w ou ld be an e merg ency , a dro p -e v ery th ing sit u atio n—a nd it w ou ld pr oba bly be hand ed o ver to sta te p atr o l i nv estig ato rs, w ho h av e m ore r eso u rce s.” H ou se r l iv es w it h h is w if e o f 33 y ea rs, J uli e , e ig h t bl ock s f ro m the co urth ou se . I n mod ern- day F alls C it y —po pula tio n 4,300—co nserv atis m co mes i n t he f orm of “m ind you r o wn bu sine ss, l iv e y ou r o wn l if e ,” h e t old m e. W hile h e’s s ure t here a re s o m e g ay s in to wn, “ th ey ‘r e no t o vert a bo ut i t. R ECO M MEN DED R EA D IN G I co uld n’ t q uit e te ll if he m ea nt it app ro ving ly —a s i f g ay s s hou ld a vo id p ubl ic d is p la y s o f a t r a ining is clea r: H e r efe rre d to Bra nd on a s “ sh e,” ca lle d be ing tra ns gend er a A Bo y’s L if e Wh en t he R efu ge es L an ded E LA INE G ODFREY D AV ID FR UM 8/29/2021 Two Decades After Brandon T eena’s Murder, a Look Back at Falls City – The Atlantic https://www.theatlantic.com/national/archive/2013/12/two-decades-after-brandon-teenas-murder-a-look-back-at-falls-city/282738/ 7/12 “li f e sty le ,” a nd suggeste d d is crim ina tio n t ow ard s g ay p eo p le w as no n-ex is te nt in F alls C it y . I a ske d, h ypo th etica lly , if he’d be w illi ng to d o a L GBT-s e ns it iv it y t ra ini ng sessio n w it h P FL A G , a queer a dvo ca cy gro u p f ou nd ed in 1972 t hat h as d one sig ni enf orce ment o utr e a ch in th e pa st, a s a w ay t o a ck no wle d ge t he m is h and li ng of Bra nd on’ s ca se a nd “O h a bs olu te ly !” h e r espo nd ed . “ P FL A G w as h appy to help o ut w hen I exp la ine d t he i d ea . L iz O wen, t he co mmunica tio ns dir e cto r o f P FL A G N atio na l i n W ash ing to n D .C., a rra ng ed f or E lle n Ja m es o f th e O mah a ch apte r to train H ou se r a nd his s ta “ W e h av e a tra ining s essio n s ched u le d o n J an 18t h,” H ou se r w ro te t o m e t w o w eek s la te r. “ I a ls o invited our l oca l po li ce dep artm ent and ne ig h bo ring Sheri Ja m es, a law yer w it h a tra nsgend er d au gh te r, w ill be covering a lot o f g ro u nd , acco rd ing to O wen: “ Basic e du ca tio n a bout t he L GBT co mmuni ty —d e expl aining th e d i orie nta tio n. S he w ill a ls o co ver th e t erm ino lo gy i n t he t ra ns gend er co mmuni ty ; f act s abo ut h om ele ss y ou th a nd rese a rc h o n f am ily a cce pta nce ; and be st p ra ct ice s f or o “I w as d is cu ssing th e u pco ming pr ese nt atio n w it h o ne of m y d ep u tie s,” H ou se r w ro te to m e in o ne of o ur l ast e m ail e xch ang es, “ and he a sk ed : ‘ W hat i s t he d e tr a ns gend er pe rso n? ‘ I str u ggle d to de th at a tra nsgend er pe rso n is whate v er t hey s ay t hey a re .” I t’s a sim ple co nce pt—h ono ring how ev er p eo p le w ant to d e re q u ir e s a lea p o f im ag ina tio n L otte r, N is se n a nd Lau x co uld n’ t m ak e—a nd it w ou ld h av e m ad e a ll th e d i M OST P OPU LA R Vaccin e R efu se rs D on’t G et t o D ic ta te T erm s A nym ore J UL IETTE KAYYEM S te ph anie Fair y ing to n is a jou rna li s t in N YC . Twitter 8/29/2021 Two Decades After Brandon T eena’s Murder, a Look Back at Falls City – The Atlantic https://www.theatlantic.com/national/archive/2013/12/two-decades-after-brandon-teenas-murder-a-look-back-at-falls-city/282738/ 8/12 The R em ote W ork – F ertili t y C on nec tio n STE PHANI E H. MU RRAY T he P an dem ic B ro ke a F un dam en ta l P rin cip le o f T ea ch in g ABB Y FRE IREICH AN D B RI AN PL ATZER W hat I L ea rn ed W hile E av esd ro p pin g o n t h e T ali b an IAN FRIT Z W hat I L ea rn ed W hen I R en te d M y P are n ts’ F orm er H om e a s a n A ir b n b THA D RUS SELL A m eric a n s A re L osin g S ig h t o f t h e P an dem ic E ndgam e CÉL INE R . GOUND ER T ru m pis m H as E nte re d I ts F in al F orm P ET ER WE HNER A S h if t i n A m eric a n F am ily V alu es I s F ueli n g E str a n gem en t JOS HUA C OLEMAN T he S an ctio n in g o f T ru m p’s L aw yers I s E xactly W hat I s S u ppose d to H ap pen B RA DLEY P. MOSS AN D J OA NNE M OLINARO T he P an dem ic ’s W ro n gest M an DER EK TH OMPSON M ake y o ur i n b ox m ore i n te re stin g . 8/29/2021 Two Decades After Brandon T eena’s Murder, a Look Back at Falls City – The Atlantic https://www.theatlantic.com/national/archive/2013/12/two-decades-after-brandon-teenas-murder-a-look-back-at-falls-city/282738/ 9/12 Id eas t h at m atte r. S in ce 1 8 57. Sub sc rib e a n d s u p port o ve r 1 6 0 y e ars o f in d ep en d en t jo urn alis m . SU BSC RIB E A BO UT C O NTA C T PO DC ASTS S U BSC RIP TIO N FO LLO W Priv a c y P o lic y D o N ot S ell M y P e rs o nal I n fo rm atio n A dve rtis in g G uid elin es Te rm s C ond it io ns R esp onsib le D is c lo su re S it e M ap T h eA tla n tic .c o m C op yrig ht ( c ) 2 0 21 b y T h e A tla n tic M onth ly G ro up . A ll R ig hts R ese rv e d . E ac h w eekd ay e ve n in g , g et a n o ve rv ie w o f t h e d ay ’s b ig gest n ew s, a lo ng w it h f a sc in atin g id eas, im ag es, a n d p eo p le . S ee m ore n ew sle tte rs E n te r y o ur e m ail S ub m it 8/29/2021 Two Decades After Brandon T eena’s Murder, a Look Back at Falls City – The Atlantic https://www.theatlantic.com/national/archive/2013/12/two-decades-after-brandon-teenas-murder-a-look-back-at-falls-city/282738/ 10/12 8/29/2021 Two Decades After Brandon T eena’s Murder, a Look Back at Falls City – The Atlantic https://www.theatlantic.com/national/archive/2013/12/two-decades-after-brandon-teenas-murder-a-look-back-at-falls-city/282738/ 11/12 8/29/2021 Two Decades After Brandon T eena’s Murder, a Look Back at Falls City – The Atlantic https://www.theatlantic.com/national/archive/2013/12/two-decades-after-brandon-teenas-murder-a-look-back-at-falls-city/282738/ 12/12
Briefly, what was your reaction to the Brandon Teena Video? How was his victimization consistent with what we know about victimization risk factors, types of crimes, and motives for crimes exacted aga
Discussion Forum -Directions and Rubric CRJU 388 Goal : We will use the online discussion board s to demonstrate your understanding of the topics , and to interact by sha ring your ideas , learning , and diverse perspectives with each other . Please read the instructions, expectations , and grading rubrics below so that you know what to do , and how to do it. Original Thread P osts : You will answer an online discussion question posted in a discussion forum labeled by week (Discussion week 1, 2 etc .). Discussions for the week will open on Sunday. Cl ick to open the discussion and then create your own thread to post your response to the question by Wednesday . You will not see other s thread responses before posting your own . You may only create ONE thre ad per question . Be sure to read each question carefully and post your thread response (answer) to the question by the due date on the syllabus. Your answer must be no less than 300 and not more than 5 00 words . You must use support in each post that prove s that you are reading and viewing all of the weekly material s. This means that you clearly document where your information c ame from to answer the question based on the use of several specific weekly reading s, lecture s, and video s. Support is required consistently through the post using the format of in -text author attribution in parenthesis . For example (Lecture , week 2), (Author name , article abbreviated name ), (War on Drugs video , week 4 ). DO NOT USE QUOTES ! I will deduct points for this. Instead, paraphrase in your own words , provide the reference source per my examples above, and state an educated understanding and not unsupported opinion . Thread posts are graded on a 1 -10 scale per the rubric below. G rammar, spelling, clarity and thoroughness of posts all count so proof your work before posting . I suggest that you ty pe your response in a word processing program , save, edit, spell check and then copy and paste it into the post using the Ctrl C and Ctrl V function s. Once submitted, your post can not be edited, and it is now viewable by all member s of the class who have already posted. Y ou can now see others post s to respond to. Pl ease, don’t just re ply to a peer on the day you post , wait until a majority of replies are in to pick one that is most salient to you. Peer re ply posts are a direct reply to one of your classmate’s thread s and are due by Friday . Read through the threads, select the one you’d like to respond to , and click reply to their thread . Try to find someone who has yet to receive a response for equity . Start with t he peer’s name, ‘Hi John ’, and then reflect , react, and show an understanding of their ideas . You can ask critical question s and add to their knowledge by us ing required support from readings, lectures , videos , and your own experiences . Remember to reply with respect, to invite more dialogue then sign your name at the end . After Friday all discussions close! Peer replies should be at minimum 5 sentences in length , not to exceed 300 words. Replies are graded on a 0 -5 scale and spelling, grammar, clarity and editing apply per the rubric below. Exampl e of poor post s-“Great job, I agree, keep on keeping on! ”. “I never use Tic Toc so I have no idea what stuff is posted there ”. “We saw in one lecture (I forget which) how this happens for sure! ” Example of a good reply post – You raise good points John . As we learned from our lecture and reading s this week, we have to consider why people feel the need to use Hate Speech and how fast it spreads online ? What do you think? It’s clear that bias plays a larger factor online since it allows for anonymity , most post things they would never say face to face (J. Smith, Internet hate speech ). Add to this that the US Sup reme Court has a problem with restricting hate speech as free speech . (Lecture, week 2) and yet I think it should be restricted much more strongly that it is. People should be ‘free ’ from encountering such offensive statements online . Discussion and Pe er Re ply Grading Rubric Remember to use support of reading and viewing of videos and lecture in you r answers . You can save your posts as a draft to review before submission. Grading is based on a combination of requirements below. Each original post is 10 points and each peer response is 5 points . Discussion Grading Rubric – Original Thread Post /Answer to Questions Points Requirement combinations 10 Answer was relevant to the question posed . The answer was clear and offered excellent critical thought or novel insights into the topics . The answer contained strong support from all of the course materials (100%) . The answer generated interest and discussion. Post was clear, concise, and appropriate with no grammatical errors. The post was 300 -500 words in length and on time . 8-9 The answer was relevant to the question posed . The answer was clear and showed a good understanding of the topics . The answer contained good support from all of the course materials (80 -100 %) and good critical thought. The answer generated thought and discussion. Post was clear, concise and appropriate with no grammatical errors. The post was 300 -500 words in length and on time . 6-7 The answer was relevant to the question but may have been difficult to understand in areas. The answer showed a moderate understanding of topics and moderate support from the assigned material (60 -80%) with moderate critical thought. Writing was unclear or contained some grammatical errors. The post was 300 -500 words in length and no later than one day late . 4-5 The answer did not clearly address the questio n, or it did not demonstrate a n understanding of the topic . The answer contained minimal support of the assigned materials (40% -60%) and/ or minimal critical thought about the topi c, contained multiple errors or was less than 300 words or was two days late . 2-3 The answer did not address the question, or it did not demonst rate an understanding of the topic. There little support of course materials (less than 40%) and/ or no critical thought. There were many grammatical errors. The post was less than 300 words or two days late . 0-1 There was no post. Peer Re ply Grading Rubric Points Requirement combination 4-5 The peer reply was clear, concise and appropriate. The reply clearly addressed the peer by name and pointed out content in the peer’s post to discuss. The reply showed understanding of their peer’s written ideas , engaged the directed peer in the discussion and provided new insights into the topic. The reply was 5 or more sentences in length and did not exceed 3 00 words . Post was signed. 2-3 The peer reply was clear and appropriate. The re ply clearly addressed the peer by name and showed understanding of their peer’s written ideas but did not point to specific content in the post and /or did not provide new insights , or/or did not engage the peer . The re ply was too brief or exceeded 300 words . Post was not signed 0-1 There was no reply , or t he reply was unclear, inappropriate or contained errors. It was too brief or exceeded 300 words. The reply did not generate further thought or understanding of the peers’ writings . No names were used.

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