Journals should be focused on answering the prompt. While the content of journal entries is not graded, journal entries are not diary entries for recording whatever is on your mind. Stay on point and use proper English. Turning in a journal that is poorly

Journals should be focused on answering the prompt. While the content of journal entries is not graded, journal entries are not diary entries for recording whatever is on your mind. Stay on point and use proper English. Turning in a journal that is poorly written or off topic is the same as turning in no journal at all. Journals should be at least 350 words, but no more than 600. This unit you have two options for your journal entry. Note that these are graded “Credit” or “No Credit” – you will not be marked down or up for the content of your reflections. So, go ahead and reflect critically on these prompts. Journal Options Articulate your faith and then explain how your anticipated work relates to it. Articulate your worldview (see syllabus for a definition) and then explain how your anticipated work relates to it.

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