Assignment 2 Essays

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Pages: 9

Laidlaw College
Te Wananga Amorangi

Assignment Coversheet
Course: 910.515 – Relational Psychology A

Assignment Details

Assignment-2:

Essay

Date Due:

Auckland: Nov 2
Christchurch: Nov 9

Word count:

1500

% of total grade:

40%

Expected time:

30 hours

Lecturer

(Student to complete)

Student Details

Name:

Sambhui Lal

Date Submitted:

2/11/14

ID No.:

1140160

Word Count:

1497 ex. references

Disclaimer of Plagiarism and Collusion
I declare that, to the best of my knowledge, no part of this assignment for the above course has been copied from any other student's work or from any other source except where due acknowledgement is made in the text; and that I have not previously submitted this assignment or major components thereof for assessment at Laidlaw College or any other tertiary institution.
I declare that no part of this assignment has been written for me by another person except where such collaboration has been authorised by the lecturer concerned. By submitting this assignment electronically I accept that I am doing so on these terms.

DM/MN Jan 10

Signature:

SAMBHU LAL
CRITERIA MET
Human sexuality and gender are considered in the light of Grenz (1990) understanding of reflecting God’s image Little or no theological reflection

Adequate theological reflection

Implications assessed for healthy human relating in light of a relational image of God

Little or no implications identified

Examples of personal experience of community given

Little or no examples identified

Quality of written expression

Not up to tertiary standard (- D -+)

(- C -+)

Accuracy in referencing (APA) and reference list

Inadequate referencing and/or no reference list

Many inaccuracies in referencing an reference list

(- D -+)

(- C -+)
Adequate
assessment of implications (- D -+)

(- C -+)
Some examples identified (- D -+)

Good and pertinent theological reflection (- B -+)
Able to assess the implications (- B -+)
Pertinent
examples identified DM/MN Jan 10

(- A -+)

(- B -+)

(- A -+)

High standard but further work needed in; paragraph structure, writing style and editing,

Very high standard structure, written expression, editing, spelling and style,

(- B -+)
Most referencing accurate (- C -+)
NO

(- B -+)

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Formatted: Highlight

Pertinent examples discussed

(- C -+)

(- D -+)
YES

(- A -+)
Well able to assess the implications Good structure but many errors throughout. Plagiarism detected Submitted to Turnitin

Excellent theological reflection

(- A -+)

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Formatted: Highlight

All referencing and reference list accurate and consistent (- A -+)

Formatted: Highlight

Letter Grade

B+

A+

9-10

Exceptional

A

8.5

Excellent

A-

8

Superior

B+

7.5

Very good

B

7

Good

B-

6.5

Competent

C+

6

Satisfactory

C

5.5

Acceptable

C-

5

Marginal

D

4

Unsatisfactory

E

1-3

Poor

Overall feedback
Hi Sambhu, Thank you for your thoughtful essay on sexually. I appreciate reading it.
Kind regards,
Watiri

DM/MN Jan 10

When we do not talk about Sexuality in our churches, we let the world rather than God’s world set the agenda for how we understand and practice our sexuality. When we do not preach it or preach only against sex outside marriage and not sex within marriage, we let the world mock us as pleasure hunters and spoilsport. By not practicing sexuality as God intends within the lifelong relationship between a husband and a wife, we fail to show the world what a blessing sexuality is and how it contributes to human flourishing.

Comment [WM1]: What a beautiful sentence. Well said.

Sexuality embraces the words sex and gender (Hancock, 2003, p. 14). It encompasses the part in us in relation to what it is to be human in relation to having being created distinctively as male and female.
The concept of sexuality is biologically based and socially enacted. In other words, it is about people being grounded in God’s original creational intent of making humankind male…