(B) Concept Analysis
Concept Analyses  are posted to Assignments on Canvas.
Each class day that we deal with the (21) course concepts, you will post a (roughly) 900 word analysis to CANVAS Assignments.
When you type your contribution: DO NOT ATTACH a DOCX on Canvas; DO NOT LINK TO A FILE. Type or copy/paste your contribution into the Canvas assignment text box. You cannot see others' concept analysis work until after you post your contribution.
One analysis per concept as assigned. Concept assignments are due by 11:59pm the night of the class day on the syllabus schedule. Concept analysis submitted later than 11:59am on the day after the due day receive no more than 1/2 credit and will NOT be graded if I have completed grading of the assignment and notified the class to that effect.
A word of advice: Many students report watching the concept videos at 2X speed or multitasking while watching/listening. It's really easy to miss key points/information that way. I DO NOT RECOMMEND 2X viewing.
1) Summarize the concept.
For example, in Concept One, you are expected to summarize/describe:
In writing, mark each of the three steps and separate them by line spaces. Your answer should have three discreet parts. Please label each part:
1) Concept X summary.
2) Summary of (title if there's a choice) the article.
3) What does the article tell/show us about the concept?
Do not expect me to "know what you mean" if you only write "about it" rather than specifying what "it" is.
You cannot see concept application notes until after you post your work. Always keep a copy for your records.
Analyses will receive a 1 (completed) or 0 (not completed). I will explain "the issues" with an "0" score. Students will then have 24 hours to revise an analysis receiving an 0; the 24 hours begins when you get my explanation for the 0.
Always keep a copy, with machine-generated date/time, for your records.