Compare Two Female Leaders

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Leadership and Teamwork
Assignment # 1: Individual assignments written assignment and presentation 20% Compare and Contrast
10 %: Select two famous female leaders from Africa, Asia or the Middle East. Write 2- 3 pages bibliography on each female leader. After you write their bibliographies you need to compare and contrast their leadership qualities, and style. The female leader selected must be alive and currently in a leadership role. The leader can be from the same continent but NOT the same country. All leaders must be approved by your instructor. If you change the leader 2 weeks before the assignment is due you will lose 10% of your grade. You are required to post the selected leader for this assignment. 10%: Select one of your two leaders and do 8 -10 minutes presentation on her life Story. Rubric:

Comparison and Contrast Paragraph Rubric
Name: ________________ Date: __________________

Points| 3| 2| 1| 0|
Purpose and supporting details| The paragraph compares and contrasts the leaders clearly. The paper points to specific examples to illustrate the comparison. The paragraph includes only the relevant information. | The paragraph compares and contrasts the leaders clearly, but the supporting information is general. The paragraph includes only the information relevant to the comparison.| The paragraph compares and contrasts items clearly, but the supporting information is incomplete. The paragraph may include information that is not relevant.| The paragraph compares or contrasts, but does not include both. There is no supporting information or support is incomplete.| Points| 3| 2| 1| 0|

Organization and structure| The paragraph breaks the information into whole-to-whole, similarities-to differences, or point-by-point structure. It follows a consistent order when discussing the comparison.| The paragraph breaks the information into whole-to-whole, similarities-to differences or point-by-point structure but does not...
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