Course:LFS350/Quizzes

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Learning Objectives

Upon completion of the on-line quizzes, successful students will be able to:

1. Critically analyze connections between food, health, and the environment within a community food security discourse.

  • Evaluate the contributions of different food-related academic disciplines to addressing community food security issues
  • Integrate disciplinary and systems approaches to understanding community food security issues
  • Articulate the principles of Asset-Based Community Development and Food Justice
  • Assess the quality of reasoning about a problem, issue or situation

You will be required to complete 3 quizzes through Connect. These quizzes will be based on material from lectures, readings and on-line resources. The quizzes are worth 10% of the overall course grade. Questions will help you analyze the logic of lectures, readings, videos, podcasts, and other resources used in the course by focusing on the following:

  • Articulating purpose and key questions
  • Identifying Information and evidence used to support conclusions
  • Definitions of key concepts and theories
  • Interrogating assumptions and beliefs of authors
  • Reflecting on consequences and implications of specific lines of reason