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Chapter 17 Project

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Rubric Code: LX8AAW3
Scenario #1, Korbin Company Analysis
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Grade Levels: Undergraduate

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  Exceeding
16 pts
Meeting
12 pts
Approaching
8 pts
Beginning
4 pts
Content & Development
Exceeding

- Content is comprehensive, accurate, and persuasive.<BR>
- Major points are stated clearly and are well supported.<BR>
Meeting

- Content is accurate and persuasive.<BR>
- Major points are stated.<BR>
- Content and purpose of the writing are clear.<BR>
Approaching

- Major points are addressed, but not well supported. <BR>
- Responses are inadequate or do not address assignment.
Beginning

- Content is incomplete.<BR>
- Major points are not clear and /or persuasive.
Format Length
Exceeding

- Analysis is at least the appropriate length as described for the assignment and includes references to both statements.
Meeting

- Analysis is the appropriate length as described for the assignment and references at least one statement.
Approaching

- Analysis is either adequate in length or references only one statement.
Beginning

- Analysis is inadequate in length and does not reference each specific statement.
Data Referenced
Exceeding

- Analysis contains st least several points of data and is appropriately referenced to each specific statement.
Meeting

- Analysis contains some of the problem data in an appropriate manner.
Approaching

- Analysis contains limited data from problems and is not appropriately referenced to each statement.
Beginning

- Analysis does not include data from calculated problems or is not referenced to a specific statement.
Organization & Structure
Exceeding

-Structure is clear and easy to follow.<BR>
- Paragraph transitions are logical and maintain the flow of thought throughout the statement.<BR>
- Conclusion is logical and flows from the body of the statement.
Meeting

- Structure is mostly clear and easy to follow.<BR>
- Paragraph transitions are present.<BR>
- Conclusion is logical.
Approaching

- Structure is not easy to follow. <BR>
- Paragraph transitions need improvement.<BR>
- Conclusion is missing.
Beginning

- Organization and structure detract from the message.<BR>
- Paragraphs are disjointed and lack transition of thoughts.



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