To ensure that you can measure your success throughout this course, and that you are understanding the legal concepts being expressed, you are to keep a weekly journal that explains the key points in each lesson. Your journal can only be read by yourself and the instructor.The main part of the exercise is to succinctly explain the key learning points of each lesson (text and online) while adding in your own insight and experiences. In addition, in some of the modules, an additional journal topic is assigned in the Learning Activities. You may also elaborate on points raised in the discussion forums, questions raised in the textbook, and your experience with some of the assigned activities (e.g., completing an e-learning module on a government website). Course Learning Requirements and/or Essential Employability Skills This assignment is related to the following course learning requirements and/or essential employability skills: · Communicate clearly, concisely and correctly in the written, spoken and visual form that fulfills the purpose and meets the needs of the audience; and· Analyze, evaluate and apply relevant information from a variety of sources.RubricThe scoring rubric for this assignment is attached.FormatThe approximate length of each journal entry should be an average of 1000 words (roughly 4 double spaced pages) in proper paragraph form. Headings and sub-headings can be used.You will be given access to the journal function for this course on Blackboard. Please see Blackboard Help for instructions on how to use it.CitationsReferences should be cited using APA format.Grading This assignment is worth 30% of your final grade.