Public Dialogue and Deliberation CMN702

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Program Issues Guide Assignment
Public Dialogue and Deliberation CMN702
Professor Renee Heath
 
You are to write and design a Program Issues Guide for our event. The program issues guide should be loosely modeled after the National Issues Forums model. The difference is, we may or may not be preparing people to vote on an outcome. Therefore you will have to consider how this guide prepares people to engage in a meaningful conversation. Instead of preparing “options” to vote on, end your major sections with one or two questions that could prompt a meaningful discussion. You may draw on any of the practitioner packets available on the course website that can help you design the content and questions for the program. You will also have to do research on your topic that provides international (if appropriate), national, local, and university frameworks for considering the issue.   You may work alone or in pairs (and in rare occasions I will approve a group of three if you make a good argument for workload). You will receive a score of 0 – does not meet expectation to 3 – exceeds expectations.
 

  • Program is 4-8 pages in length. Program is graphically pleasing (white space, font, visuals, color). Visuals are necessary not superfluous. They add value to the program.
  • Program discusses relevant international contexts (including international, national, local, and university. Balances time in the areas that would be most important for participants.
  • Program presents major issues/arguments, and assumptions involved on the topic (informed by excellent research on the topic) These topics are likely include: DACA, sanctuary cities/campuses, chain migration, priorities for some countries and some occupations, rules for emigrating, historical changes, crime, economic benefits and costs
  • Program does not advocate for a particular way of thinking, represents the issue fairly, does not use evaluative or flamatory language, is sensitive to language such as names groups use to refer to themselves.
  • Program references statistics and other factual information from credible sources Program provides a reference page (using endnotes with numbers, Chicago, not APA)
  • Program could be used in the Public Dialogue (is not too long, or hard to read, is applicable to course topic).
  • Major sections are concluded with one or two questions to ponder regarding the presented material. (This could be done at the end too). Questions are aimed at moving us to ponder perspectives.
  • Program is written with excellent grammar, punctuation, and spelling

 
 
One way you might organize your program would be to consider understanding immigration through different perspective frames, such as economic frame, human rights/ethic frame, historical frame, how it impacts college students, international students, etc.
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Public Dialogue and Deliberation CMN702

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Program Issues Guide Assignment
Public Dialogue and Deliberation CMN702
Professor Renee Heath
 
You are to write and design a Program Issues Guide for our event. The program issues guide should be loosely modeled after the National Issues Forums model. The difference is, we may or may not be preparing people to vote on an outcome. Therefore you will have to consider how this guide prepares people to engage in a meaningful conversation. Instead of preparing “options” to vote on, end your major sections with one or two questions that could prompt a meaningful discussion. You may draw on any of the practitioner packets available on the course website that can help you design the content and questions for the program. You will also have to do research on your topic that provides international (if appropriate), national, local, and university frameworks for considering the issue.   You may work alone or in pairs (and in rare occasions I will approve a group of three if you make a good argument for workload). You will receive a score of 0 – does not meet expectation to 3 – exceeds expectations.
 

  • Program is 4-8 pages in length. Program is graphically pleasing (white space, font, visuals, color). Visuals are necessary not superfluous. They add value to the program.
  • Program discusses relevant international contexts (including international, national, local, and university. Balances time in the areas that would be most important for participants.
  • Program presents major issues/arguments, and assumptions involved on the topic (informed by excellent research on the topic) These topics are likely include: DACA, sanctuary cities/campuses, chain migration, priorities for some countries and some occupations, rules for emigrating, historical changes, crime, economic benefits and costs
  • Program does not advocate for a particular way of thinking, represents the issue fairly, does not use evaluative or flamatory language, is sensitive to language such as names groups use to refer to themselves.
  • Program references statistics and other factual information from credible sources Program provides a reference page (using endnotes with numbers, Chicago, not APA)
  • Program could be used in the Public Dialogue (is not too long, or hard to read, is applicable to course topic).
  • Major sections are concluded with one or two questions to ponder regarding the presented material. (This could be done at the end too). Questions are aimed at moving us to ponder perspectives.
  • Program is written with excellent grammar, punctuation, and spelling

 
 
One way you might organize your program would be to consider understanding immigration through different perspective frames, such as economic frame, human rights/ethic frame, historical frame, how it impacts college students, international students, etc.
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