The final weekly argument summary paper will not summarize the readings for the last week of class. Instead, the final weekly argument summary paper will reflect on the student’s own process of writing the history of interpretation paper. Students should defend the various decisions they made in writing this paper using a critical thinking and values-based model. Instead of summarizing the arguments you read, summarize the argument you made in your history of interpretation paper and discuss how you came to decide on the particular verse and the analysis you offered. In addition to counting for regular course credit, this paper will be assessed according to the full QEP rubric and data from this assessment will be shared with the QEP administrators. Students should reflect on the entire process of writing their papers from choosing the passage to committing to a research plan and then writing and editing the paper.
***attached is the history of interpretation paper.