This essay focuses on ideas and thoughts in graphic organizer.Provides a response to parts a, b, and c in the graphic organizer Provides a response to parts a, b, or c
Prompt: Complete and submit the provided Marriage Graphic Organizer. Critical Elements Proficient (100%) Needs Improvement (75%) Not Evident (0%) Value Engagement of Response Provides a response to parts a, b, and c in the graphic organizer Provides a response to parts a, b, or c but not to all three Does not provide a response to any parts of the organizer 30 Topical Response Provides responses that relate to personal biases, advantages, and drawbacks of the three types of marriages presented Responses are only partially related to personal biases, advantages, and drawbacks.
of the three types of marriages presented Responses are not provided 30 Question Develops a question that social scientists might ask to further the investigation of marriage Develops a question, but the question is not relevant to content provided A question is not provided 30 Communicates Clearly Clearly communicates ideas and thoughts in graphic organizer Responses in graphic organizer needs clarification in order to support ideas presented Responses in graphic organizer are not legible and key ideas are not understandable 10 T.
A marriage may be registered under this Act if it is celebrated details;
(2) A Christian, Hindu or civil marriage is monogamous.
(3) A marriage celebrated under customary law or Islamic law is presumed to be polygamous or potentially polygamous.
The legal age of marriage is 18 years.
Any person who marries a person who is below the minimum age commits an offence and shall on conviction be liable to imprisonment for a term not exceeding five years or a fine not exceeding one million shillings or to both.
Different kinds of marriages have various requirements. We encourage you to familiarize yourself with the Marriage Act and to seek further information from the office of the Marriage Registrar closest to you.