INCLUDE THE DISCUSSION RUBRIC CRITERIA FOR A PERFECT SCORE Below is a

INCLUDE THE DISCUSSION RUBRIC CRITERIA FOR A PERFECT SCORE
Below is a discussion response that earned a perfect score by including the rubric criteria in their response. The rubric criteria is color coded so that you can see how the criteria is included in the response. While you may not use colored text in your response, following the format illustrated below will ensure you include all the rubric criteria in your response and earn a perfect score on your discussion.
Rubric Criteria for “Your Response” by the Colors:
The textbook author’s thoughts, views, or perspectives on the impact of “Self-Talk” on goal setting.
A quote from the textbook that reflects the author’s thoughts.
Your position or opinion on the author’s thoughts in comparison to the Ted Talk.
Complete sentences, appropriate grammar and punctuation that adheres to APA or MLA writing conventions.
In chapter 2 Lisa J Amos talks about how strong your mentality can be. If you go into something with a negative attitude, more than likely we are going to fail. If we approach it with a positive mentality more than likely we are going to come out successful. Lisa J Amos quoted “We are what we think”. Hindu Prince Siddhartha Gautama, a.k.a. Buddha, founder of the philosophy and religion of Buddhism.
In comparison with Ted Talk as Timothy Ihrig says ‘What can we do to die well”, it is the way you approach your sickness if you go with a positive mentality it makes it One Hundred percent better. It’s our values and what we have sacred in our lives that has an impact on how we approach any situation we are in.
Rubric Criteria for “Peer Response” by the Colors:
Respectfully share a thought or explore a difference of opinion related to a peer’s response.
Share a quote from the textbook or video that supports or is in conflict with your thought or opinion.
Use complete sentences, appropriate grammar and punctuation that adheres to APA or MLA writing conventions.
I agree with you on failing and instead of using it as setback use it as a learning experience. Also like you said it, use it to better yourself, “don’t make the same mistake. It’s not the problem you face, but how you face the problem (Amos, n.d.). I also agree with you on the “Self talk” it starts with little steps such as changing to a positive attitude to face whats coming your way.
NOTE: This is an example of including the discussion rubric criteria in your response to discussions and to peer posts. While the criteria for each discussion will be different, the concept of including the criteria in your response is the same. Include the criteria for a perfect score.