Journal Points 10This is the religion class journal. We studied 7 religions and New Religion Movements in class. They are: Hinduism, Buddhism, Daoism and Confucianism, Judaism, Christianity, Islam, New Religious Movements. Write 4 pages by including abstract page and write detail in grammatically. A) Give two reasons why you believe it’s important to study religion?B) What surprised you the most this semester in your study of religions of the world?C) We continue to see an increase in New Religious Movements’s throughout the world, why do think this so?D) What are the appealing features of cults?These are New Religious Movements sources which will help you in this assignment and read/watch these before you write. Types of New Religious MovementsPreparing for the End- Apocalyptic ( 7th day Adventist)Faith and Spirit- Healing and Awareness (Scientology)Reviving the Church- Christian Renewal (Unification Church)Nature and Spirit- Earth based Ecology (Wicca)Liberation and Enlightenment- Asian Roots (Hare Krishnas)Afro Caribbean- African American (Rastafarian)Native American- Native American Church (Peyote Religion)Focus on Human & Natural- Secular (Satanism)Quest for Unity- Universalist (Bahai’i)____________________________________________________Video overview on NRMS-New Religious Movements (Links to an external site.)http://www.religioustolerance.org/cults.htm (Links to an external site.)Jonestown Mass Suicide: Revisiting The Cult That Ended With The Deaths Of 900 | TODAY (Links to an external site.)What Happened at the Waco Siege? | History (Links to an external site.)
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plagiarism. Writing assignments will be graded according to criteria of accuracy, clarity, original
thought, style and correctness.
Writing Rubric
On a written assignment, the student will demonstrate the ability to generate relevant and sufficient
content; organize his or her thoughts coherently; adhere to the conventions of correct mechanics and
sentence structure; and use correct terminology and vocabulary.
Four-Point Rubric
4 = High level excellence in evidence of writing ability
3 = Demonstrable, competent, expected evidence of writing ability and performance
2 = Minimally acceptable, inconsistent evidence of writing ability and performance
1 = Poor, unacceptable evidence of critical thinking ability and performance
Content
4. Maintains clear and obvious purposes; focuses clearly on one significant main
idea or topic throughout; work meets or exceeds length requirements;
demonstrates superior knowledge of resource documentation if required.
3. Contains purpose but not consistently clear or obvious; presents one main
idea or topic but the significance is less clear; work meets length requirements;
documents resources but may not be error free.
2. Presents a purpose that is confused, general, or vague; presents main idea
but does not state it precisely or clearly; work comes close but does not meet
length requirements; uses incorrect documentation (when required).
1. Does not present a unified purpose; presents main idea but does not state it
precisely or clearly; work does not meet length requirements; uses incorrect
documentation (when required) or no documentation.
Organization
4. Maintains clear and obvious organization; demonstrates effective
paragraphing using appropriate transitions with emphasis upon conveying the
relationship between ideas.
3. Uses a suitable organizational plan; contains adequate paragraphing with
some transitions that attempt to convey relationships between ideas.
2. Inadequate paragraphing with few transitions; unclear or jumbled
paragraphs; unclear or jumbled sentences; paragraphs are sometimes not
balanced in amount of development and support.
1. Uses no organizational plan; paragraphs are unclear and contain no
transitions; unclear or jumbled sentences; paragraphs not balanced in amount of
development and support.
Grammar and Mechanics
4. Uses correct, varied sentences with few, if any, errors in mechanics, grammar,
syntax, or spelling.
3. Uses sentences that are usually correct but sometimes awkward; some errors
in mechanics, grammar, syntax, or spelling that does not affect reader
understanding.
2. Writing that exhibits some difficulties with: fragments, person shifts, comma
splices, in-text citation punctuation, subject-verb agreement, works cited
punctuation, spelling errors, other distracting features in usage.
1. Writing that exhibits multiple difficulties with: fragments, person shifts,
comma splices, in-text citation punctuation, subject-verb agreement, works cited
punctuation, spelling errors, other distracting features in usage.
Language
4. Uses language effectively (applies terms correctly), with a consistent and
appropriate tone for the intended audience.
3. Uses language that is adequate but occasionally unclear; incorporates tone
that may be uneven or inconsistent for the intended audience.
2. Uses language that is sometimes inadequate and unclear; vocabulary is often
unclear and repetitious; passive voice is used; diction is often nonstandard;
inconsistent voice or tone; terminology is often difficult to understand or is
misused.
1. Uses language that is inadequate and unclear; vocabulary is unclear and
repetitious; passive voice is used; diction is nonstandard; inconsistent voice or
tone; terminology is difficult to understand or is misused.

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