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Describe the Issue

Below are the Global Leadership Performance Outcomes that you need to display proficiency with to
complete the first part of your capstone project. Each bolded performance outcome is followed by a list
of I can statements to help you understand what it means to display proficiency in that outcome.

Your product will need to be a digitized product so that you can both bring awareness to your issue and
post your product on the website. Ideas for digitizing include, but are not limited to, a webpage, a
YouTube video, a radio-lab type of radio announcement, or a power-point with voiceover and
interactive content.

LEAD11-12.INV1. Identify, describe, and frame questions about an issue, and explain how that issue is
locally, regionally, and/or globally-focused.
I can generate a question about an issue. This means I can ask a question about an issue that has
two or more possible answers or potential solutions.
I can explain how my issue is locally, regionally, and/or globally-focused. This means I can
describe in my own words how my issue relates to a local situation, to a regional situation,
and/or to a global situation.

LEAD11-12.INV2. Use a variety of international and domestic sources to identify and weigh relevant
evidence that addresses a globally-focused question.
I can identify relevant evidence that addresses a globally-focused question. This means I can use
both international and domestic sources to locate diverse pieces of evidence that address a
globally-focused question.
I can weigh relevant evidence that addresses a globally-focused question. This means I can
determine what evidence relates to a globally-focused question and consider how multiple
sources are relevant to the globally-focused question.

LEAD11-12.PERS1. Express personal perspectives on situations, events, issues or phenomena, and
identify influences on that perspective.
I can express my personal perspectives on a situation, event, issue, or thing. This means I can
describe in my own words how I react to a situation, event, issue, or thing.
I can describe influences on my personal perspectives. This means I can describe in my own
words how and why I came to react to specific situations, events, issues, or things.

LEAD11-12.PERS2. Explain the perspectives of other people, groups, or schools of thoughts, and
identify possible influences on those perspectives, including access to information and resources.
I can explain the perspectives of others. This means I can describe in my own words the
perspectives of other people, groups, or ways of thinking.
I can identify possible influences on other peoples perspectives. This means I can describe in my
own words how and why other people, groups, or ways of thinking may have come to react to
situations, events, issues, or appearance. It also means I will consider the access to information
and resources as a factor influencing other peoples perceptions.

LEAD11-12.PERS4. Apply an understanding of multiple perspectives and contexts when interpreting
and communicating information about situations, events, issues, or phenomena.
I can interpret situations, events, issues, or phenomena from different perspectives. This means
I can describe a situation, event, issue, or thing from two or more perspectives.
I can communicate information about a situation, event, issue, or thing to people with different
perspectives. This means I can communicate about a situation, event, etc. to a person and keep
that persons unique perspective in mind, avoiding offending that person or introducing my
perspective or others perspectives inappropriately.

Describe the Issue Grading Rubric

Emerging Developing
Proficient/College
Ready
Advanced/College
Quality
Point Value 1 2 3 4
LEAD11-12.INV1. Identify,
describe, and frame
questions about an issue, and
explain how that issue is
locally, regionally, and/or
globally-focused.
Identifies and describes a
locally, regionally, or globally-
focused issue.
Identifies and describes a
locally, regionally, or globally-
focused issue and explores
relevant questions about it.
Identifies, describes, and
frames questions about an
issue and explains how that
issue is locally, regionally,
and/or globally focused.
Identifies, describes, and
frames original questions
about an issue and
articulates how that issue is
locally, regionally, and
globally focused.
LEAD11-12.INV2. Use a
variety of international and
domestic sources to identify
and weigh relevant evidence
that addresses a globally-
focused question.
Uses few international and
domestic sources to identify
evidence that addresses a
globally focused question.
Uses multiple international
and domestic sources to
identify relevant evidence
that addresses a globally
focused question.
Uses a variety of
international and domestic
sources to identify and weigh
relevant evidence that
addresses a globally-focused
question.
Uses a variety of
international and domestic
sources to analyze, evaluate,
and select evidence that
addresses a globally-focused
question.
LEAD11-12.PERS1. Express
personal perspectives on
situations, events, issues or
phenomena, and identify
influences on that
perspective.
Describes a perspective on
situations, events, issues, or
phenomena.
Describes his/her personal
perspective on situations,
events, issues, or
phenomena.
Expresses his/her personal
perspective on situations,
events, issues, or phenomena
and identifies influences on
that perspective.
Expresses his/her personal
perspective clearly, fully, and
possibly elegantly on
situations, events, issues, or
phenomena and explains in
detail how various influences
affect that perspective.
LEAD11-12.PERS2. Explain
the perspectives of other
people, groups, or schools of
thoughts, and identify
possible influences on those
perspectives, including access
to information and resources.
Identifies the perspectives
of other people, groups, or
schools of thought.
Identifies and describes the
perspectives of other
people, groups, or schools of
thought.
Explains the perspectives of
other people, groups, or
schools of thought and
identifies possible influences
on those perspectives,
including access to
information and resources.
Articulates the perspectives
of other people, groups, or
schools of thought and
explains what affects those
perspectives, including access
to information and resources.
LEAD11-12.PERS4. Apply an
understanding of multiple
perspectives and contexts
when interpreting and
communicating information
about situations, events,
issues, or phenomena.
Uses an understanding of
perspective and/or context
in interpreting and
communicating information
about situations, events,
issues, or phenomena.
Draws on an understanding
of more than one
perspective and/or context
in interpreting and
communicating information
about situations, events,
issues, or phenomena.
Applies an understanding of
multiple perspectives and/or
contexts in interpreting and
communicating information
about situations, events,
issues, or phenomena.
Integrates an understanding
of multiple perspectives and
contexts in interpreting and
communicating information
about situations, events,
issues, or phenomena.