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This is the question(Read Chapter 2 in Space Flight Dynamics and the readings in this Week’s Lesson Module, then respond to the following: Describe Newton’s 3 Laws of Motion in simple terms and give an example of each.) Also you have to respond to 2 students.Firefox
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Discussion Guidelines
There is the expectation that everyone will actively participate in the discussions each
Week; the more you participate the more you will take away from the class. Scientific
discussion is an important part of our course, and the discussions are how we achieve
that in an online setting. Discussions will be graded according to the guidelines below:
General Instructions: Your initial response should be at least 250 Words, posted
directly to the text editor for the discussion (Please do not respond only with an
attached document), and should be submitted no later than Thursday, 11:55 p.m., ET
of the Week assigned. In addition, you should respond substantively (See details
below) to the initial response of at least 2 of your classmates. Be sure to use APA-style
in-text citations and accompanying references in your initial response (at least 1-2)
and as applicable in your in your responses to your classmates. Be sure to respond to
any questions posed to your initial response by me and/or your classmates as well.
Discussion Due Dates: Each discussion should be completed during its assigned
Week. Initial posts are due no later than Thursday, midnight and substantive
interaction will be accepted until Sunday, midnight. Initial Posts submitted after
Thursday will incur a 10% grade penalty per day (8 points/day). No credit will be given
for discussion board postings after the end of the associated Week.
Initial Post Due: Thursday, by 11:55 p.m., ET
Responses Due: Sunday, by 11:55 p.m., ET
Discussion Board Grading Criteria
Discussion Board grading is Subjective (to the subjectivity of the instructor).
Objective grading has a clear correct or incorrect answer (multiple choice, math
problems (still some subjectivity there, but it is always in the favor of the student).
Discussion board grading is a culmination of how well you respond to the discussion
topic (did you answer the question or fully explore the topic), how you interact with
your classmates in your response to their initial post and responses to responses
(remember, our discussion boards are the only “participating” available here), and
when you post your initial response and your responses to your classmates
(continually posting initial responses Thursday night and responding to classmates
Sunday night will result in lower grades than posting/responding earlier to allow time
for interaction).
As a student, you are still a “learner,” working toward becoming the master of your
specialty. In as such, it is highly unlikely that you will score 100% on a discussion
board, as this would indicate that you have reached the pinnacle of your educational
career, fully mastering the topic. Even I do not feel I have reached that point yet, even
with my educational background!
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Initial Post: Your Initial Post to the discussion should fully explore the question or
topic posed and must include In-Text Citation(s) within the post and List the
Reference(s) below the post. Generally speaking, initial responses should contain at
least 250 to 350 Words (or as noted in the discussion instructions), but longer as
necessary to fully explore the topic.
Interaction with Classmates: At a minimum, you should Respond Substantively to
the initial post of at least 2 of your classmates (see definition of a substantive
response below). To further improve “interaction” within the forum, be sure to respond
to the comments and/or questions posed to your initial response. Have a professional
conversation about the similarities or differences of opinion you share on the topic
and/or answer any questions posed to your initial post.
Substantive Responses: A substantive response is one that adds additional thought
to the initial post by sharing a personal experience, asking for clarification, presenting
a question, or otherwise furthering the ideas of that initial post. Substantive
responses, at a minimum, should be expressed using 100+ Words in a 3-6 sentence
paragraph, and include in-text citations and references as applicable.
Unless otherwise stated, your Initial Discussion Post represents up to 80% of your
Discussion grade and your Interaction with your Classmates represents up to 20% of
your Discussion grade. Review the Discussion Board Grading Rubric below for specific
details on the grading criteria.
Discussion Board Grading Rubric:
Initial Discussion Post (80%):
Exploration of Topic: 40 Points
Writing Quality: 6 Points
References/Citations: 10 Points
On Time (NLT Thursday): 24 Points
Interaction with Classmates (20%):
At Least 2 Substantive Responses: 16 Points
Additional Interaction: 2 Points
Varied Response Days: 2 Points
Penalties: Late Submission of your initial post: −8 Points per Day (10%)
Failing to use Citations/References in initial post: Minimum of −10 Points
Deadline Responding to your classmates’ initial responses (Sunday-night
responses): −1 to −2 Points.
A “Really Good” Initial Post will earn 78 to 79 Points.
– Earning 80 Points is rare, but not impossible.
Two “Really Good” AND Substantive Responses to initial posts will earn 17-18 Points.
– Extra interaction (responding to responses) and posting throughout the Week will
easily push this to 20 Points.
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Deadline Responding (Sunday night) is not conducive to good participation as it does
not offer your classmates the opportunity to enter a dialogue with you based on your
response to their initial post.
Summary: a grade of 95 to 98 on a Discussion is Exceptionally Good.
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