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iRubric: Written Assignment Rubric

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Written Assignment Rubric

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Rubric Code: TX9XXA6
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Keywords: Post-Grad Neonatal Advanced Certificate Written Assignment Rubric
Categories: Subjects: Accounting   Arts and Design   Biology   Business   Chemistry   Communication   Computers   Dance   Engineering   English   Finance   Foreign Languages   Geography   Geology   Health   History   Humanities   Journalism   Law   Math   Medical   Music   Philosophy   Physical Ed., Fitness   Physics   Political Science   Psychology   Science   Social Sciences   Nursing   (General)  
Types: Exam   Homework   Project   Presentation   Assignment   Writing   (Other)  
Grade Levels: Undergraduate

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  Beginning
0 pts
Developing
3 pts
Accomplished
4 pts
Exemplary
5 pts
Focus/thesis
5 pts The focus of your work should be clearly evident.
Beginning

The focus and main point of the work is not defined. Key ideas are not developed. Conclusions are inaccurate and not supported by evidence.<BR>
<BR>
2.5 points
Developing

The focus and main pont of the work is not clearly identified and may be confusing to the reader. Evidence is present, but does not fully support the focus of the paper. Conclusions that are drawn may not flow from the body of the work.<BR>
5 points
Accomplished

The focus and main point of the work is evident in the title, abstract (if present) and opening paragraph. The focus is mostly supported with factual evidence throughout the paper. Accurate conclusions are drawn.<BR>
7.5 points
Exemplary

The focus and main point of the work is clearly evident in the title, abstract (if present), and opening paragraph. The focus is fully supported with factual evidence throughout the paper. Accurate conclusions are drawn.<BR>
10 points
Content/subject knowledge
5 pts Describe your issues. Make sense of what you are trying to discuss.
Beginning

Student does not demonstrate a clear understanding of the subject matter. Minimal or no linkages between course content and practical examples or applications. Paper is not outlined in a logical sequence.<BR>
2.5 points
Developing

Student demonstrates a general understanding of the subject matter. Minimal linkages between course content and practical examples or applications. Sequence of paper is somewhat difficult to follow.<BR>
5 points
Accomplished

Student exhibits and above-average command of the subject matter. Student is able to relate most course content to practical examples and applications. Paper is laid out in logical sequence, with few exceptions.<BR>
7.5 points
Exemplary

Student exhibits proficient command of the subject matter. Student demonstrates ability to relate course content to practical examples and applications. Paper is laid out in logical sequence.<BR>
10 points
Organization & Structure
5 pts Keep the paper flowing. Keep focused but stay on topic.
Beginning

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

- Structure of the paper is not easy to follow. Paragraph transitions need improvement.<BR>
Conclusion is missing, or if provided, does not flow from the body of the paper.<BR>
4 points
Accomplished

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

-Structure of the paper is clear and easy to follow.<BR>
Paragraph transitions are logical and maintain the flow of thought throughout the paper.<BR>
Conclusion is logical and flows from the body of the paper.<BR>
8 points
APA Format
2 pts Follow guidelines given in class and from your APA 6th edition.
Beginning

Student is inconsistent in the correct use of APA format. Several formatting errors. Assignment does not meet all requirements as instructed, including length of assignment.<BR>
1.5 points
Developing

Student is consistent in the correct use of APA format, with a few formatting errors. Assignment may not meet all requirements as instructed, including length of assignment.<BR>
3 points
Accomplished

Student is consistent in correct use of APA format, with few errors. Student follows assignment instructions, including length of assignment.<BR>
<BR>
4.5 points
Exemplary

Student is consistent in correct use of APA fomatting. Formatting is free from errors. Student follows assignment instructions, including length of assignment.<BR>
6 points
Grammar, Punctuation & Spelling
3 pts Check and double check. Look for easy errors. Have someone else proof read your paper.
Beginning

-Paper contains numerous grammatical, punctuation, and spelling errors.<BR>
Language uses jargon or conversational tone.<BR>
<BR>
1.5 points
Developing

Paper contains few grammatical, punctuation and spelling errors.<BR>
Language lacks clarity or includes the use of some jargon or conversational tone.<BR>
3 points
Accomplished

Student demonstrates consistent correct us of the rules of grammar, usage, punctuation and spelling, with a few minor errors.<BR>
<BR>
4.5 points
Exemplary

Student demonstrates consistent correct us of the rules of grammar, usage, punctuation and spelling. Language is clear and precise; sentences display consistently strong, varied structure.<BR>
6 points



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