History Of Religion

History Of Religion History of Religion 3 LD Humanities Course Description The student will provide an historical overview of one of the 12 major world’s religions. The 12 acceptable religions are Hinduism, Judaism, Zoroastrianism, Buddhism, Shinto, Confucianism, Jainism, Taoism, Christianity, Islam, Sikhism, and Baha’i. A sect within one of these religions is not acceptable. The following subtopics are to be addressed: Subtopic 1: theoretical perspectives and development of the theology Subtopic 2: mysticism Subtopic 3: organization and sacred literature Subtopic 4: significant events and history Subtopic 5: rites and practices Subtopic 6: persons contributing to contemporary expression of the religion Possible Course Duplication This course may duplicate courses of similar content. Possible Documentation Professional letter, 2 or more personal letters, proof of membership/affiliation with place of worship in selected religion, or certificate of completion for course of similar content Course Title Credit Award General Education

3 Credit Experience Journal Template

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1. Please select a Journal topic from the website to which you have relevant knowledge and experience gained to sufficiently respond to each component of Kolb’s model for each subtopic.

2. Each section of Kolb’s model should be a minimum of 150 words.

3. Students are required to include a biography of at least 500 words describing themselves and their personal and professional experience.

4. Be sure to include your journal supporting documentation that validates your personal/professional experience with the journal topic you are writing.

5. Once the Journal and biography is completed please log into your student website and submit your Journal to PLA

 

Autobiography (500 words minimum)

 

 

 

 

 

When completing your Life Experience Journal in the sections below, use the following descriptions of each of the four elements of Kolb’s model as a guide for what should be included in your responses. These should be written in the first person, so these elements will translate the learning you’ve gained from your experiences into knowledge.

 

Kolb’s Model

The University uses Kolb’s model to from experiences into knowledge. Below is a brief description of each of the four elements of Kolb’s Model. Please make sure you respond to each section for each of the subtopics:

· Description of Concrete Experience: Concrete experience represents your personal participation with the people, places, activities, and events of an experience. You should describe your involvement relative to the experience, demonstrating the opportunity for learning.

· Reflections: Reflections represent a student’s thinking and processing relative to the experience

· Generalizations, Principles and Theories: Generalizations, Principles, and Theories are constructs that organize and guide academic learning. A typical college course is built around several such generalizations, principles, and/or theories

· Testing and Application: Testing and Application represent situations in which the new learning can be used.

 

 

 

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