What were some of the “hidden design histories” raised in “Design for Different Futures” and “Designing Motherhood”?

New Directions /Contemporary Design

· What is the purpose of “speculative” design? What it is?

· What were some of the key themes for the exhibition “Design for Different Futures: Contemporary Design Now”?

· What were some of the “hidden design histories” raised in “Design for Different Futures” and “Designing Motherhood”?

HIS 100 Theme 3: Learning Block 5-3 Historical Context Chart Rubric Prompt: For this assignment, you will find three secondary sources from your selected topic. The secondary resources will review three historical events that impacted your research topic. For this assignment, download and complete the Historical Context Chart.

1. Choose three secondary sources that discuss three historical events that influence your research topic 2. Next, explain in the chart how the event impacted the historical context of your research topic. 3. Lastly, describe whether the events support your thesis statement

Guidelines for Submission: Fill out the Historical Context Chart and submit the completed chart to Brightspace for instructor grading and feedback.

Critical Elements Proficient (100%) Needs Improvement (75%) Not Evident (0%) Value

Secondary Sources Includes the full citation of all chosen articles in the chart

Includes the citation of all chosen articles in the chart, but citation is incomplete or contains errors

Does not include the citation of all chosen articles in the chart

20

Historical Context Explains how the event impacted the historical context of the research topic

Explains how the event impacted historical context of the research topic but explanation lacks detail or contains inaccuracies

Does not explain how the event impacted historical context of the research topic

30

Thesis Statement Describes whether the event supports the thesis statement from their research

Describes whether the event supports the thesis statement but description is vague or lacks detail

Does not describes whether the event supports the thesis statement from their research

30

Communicates Clearly Clearly communicates key ideas and thoughts in a short answer response

Analysis needs clarification in order to support understanding of key ideas and thoughts

Analysis is not legible and key ideas or thoughts are not understandable.

20

Total 100%

 

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