Rubric: Country Case Selection: Chose two countries from the same region with di

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Rubric:
Country Case Selection:
Chose two countries from the same region with different global freedom score classifications (one free, one partially free, or not free).
(Students show that they can follow directions)
Core Concepts: Defines and discuss each of the listed core concepts- democratic backsliding, democratization, Democracy’s third wave, Polarization, democratic institutions, democratic consolidation,
(Students show that they know the basics we’ve spent the semester on)
Compare & Contrast:
Compares the democratic institutions of two country cases
(Students show that they can apply course content to real-world case studies)
Research & Reporting:
Incorporates and accurately reports data from listed sources. It also provides evidence of external research.
(Students show that they have learned how to conduct basic scholarly research and can use data to support their arguments)
Key Term Definitions:
Defines key terms
(Students show that they know what we mean by things like ‘democratic consolidation,’ ‘backsliding,’ ‘institutions,’ and other core concepts)
Evidence of Engagement with Required Readings:
Identify and discuss at least one required reading from a related module
(Students show that they did the required readings and can connect them to core concepts and real-world case studies)
Answers the Question:
What makes for a strong democracy?
(Students show that they learned something from this course and can now evaluate democratic institutions & processes)
Final Draft Format:
An essay is free of typos and grammatical errors. Sources are appropriately cited (MLA or APA format).
(Students show that they reviewed their work before submission)

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