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iRubric: Research Paper in Dance History/Criticism  Dance 500 rubric

iRubric: Research Paper in Dance History/Criticism Dance 500 rubric

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Research Paper in Dance History/Criticism Dance 500 built by shapiros

Rubric Code: X45XWA
Students complete a thesis-level research paper that exhibits concise writing skills and in-depth and thorough research skills using primary and secondary sources
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Categories: Subjects: Dance  
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Powered by iRubric GradResearch paper in Dance History
  outstanding (A+)
6 pts
effective (A)
5 pts
competent/fair (B)
4 pts
Borderline (C)
3 pts
Inadequate (C-)
2 pts
fundamentally lacking/failing (D)
1 pts
No paper turned in
0 pts
general criteria
outstanding (A+)

Demonstrating clear and consistent mastery although it may have a few errors
effective (A)

Demonstrating reasonably consistent mastery, although it will have occasional errors or lapses in quality
competent/fair (B)

Demonstrating adequate mastery, although it will have lapses in quality
Borderline (C)

Inadequate but demonstrates developing mastery and is marked by one or more of the following weaknesses
Inadequate (C-)

Seriously limited, demonstrating little mastery and is flawed by one or more of the following weaknesses
fundamentally lacking/failing (D)

Fundamentally lacking demonstrating very little or no mastery, and is severely flawed by the following weaknesses
No paper turned in


point of view
outstanding (A+)

-effectively and insightfully develops a point of view on an issue or question and demonstrates outstanding critical thinking and research skills, using clearly appropriate examples, citations, reasons and other evidence to support its position
effective (A)

-effectively develops a point of view and demonstrates strong critical thinking and research skills generally using appropriate examples, citations, reasons and other evidence to support its position
competent/fair (B)

-develops a point of view on the issue and demonstrates competent critical thinking and research skills using adequate examples, reasons,citations and other evidence to support its position
Borderline (C)

-develops a point of view on the issue and demonstrates some critical thinking and research skills but may do so inconsistently or uses inadequate examples, reasons, citations and other evidence to support its position
Inadequate (C-)

-develops a point of view on the issue that is vague or seriously limited, demonstrating weak critical thinking and poor research skills, providing inappropriate or insufficient examples, citations, reasons or other evidence to support its position
fundamentally lacking/failing (D)

-develops no viable point of view on the issue, or provides little or no evidence to support its position
No paper turned in


organization
outstanding (A+)

-is well organized and clearly focused, demonstrating clear coherence and smooth progression of ideas
effective (A)

-is well organized and focused, demonstrating coherence and progression of ideas
competent/fair (B)

-is generally organized and focused, demonstrating some coherence and progression of ideas
Borderline (C)

-is limited in organization or focus, demonstrating lapses in coherence or progression of ideas
Inadequate (C-)

-is poorly organized and/or focused, or demonstrates serious problems with coherence or progression of ideas
fundamentally lacking/failing (D)

-is disorganized or unfocused, resulting in a disjointed or incoherent essay
No paper turned in


language/grammar
outstanding (A+)

-exhibits skillful use of language, using a varied, accurate, and apt vocabulary
-demonstrates meaningful variety of sentence structure
-is free of most errors in grammar, usage and mechanics that clearly articulate meaning
effective (A)

-exhibits facility in the use of language, using appropriate vocabulary
-is generally free of most errors in grammar, usage and mechanics that strongly support meaning
competent/fair (B)

-exhibits adequate but inconsistent facility in the use of language
-has a number of errors in grammar, usage and mechanics that support meaning
Borderline (C)

-displays a developing facility in the use of language, but uses weak vocabulary or incorrect word choice
-contains an accumulation of errors in grammar, usage and mechanics that interfere with meaning
Inadequate (C-)

-displays very little facility in the use of language, using very limited vocabulary or incorrect word choice that persistently interfere with meaning
fundamentally lacking/failing (D)

-displays fundamental errors in vocabulary
-demonstrates severe flaws in sentence structure
-contains pervasive errors in grammar, usage or mechanics that persistently interfere with meaning
No paper turned in





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