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iRubric: Introduce Yourself Assignment rubric

iRubric: Introduce Yourself Assignment rubric

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Introduce Yourself Assignment

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Rubric Code: V234X8
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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   (General)  
Types: Exam   Homework   Project   Presentation   Assignment   Writing   (Other)  
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  Poor
3 pts
Fair-Good
6 pts
Good to Very Good
9 pts
Excellent
12 pts
Content & Development
Poor

- Content is incomplete or does not address the question.
- Supporting details or examples are missing or lack direct relevance.
Fair-Good

- Content addresses the question but is not comprehensive or contains significant tangents or redundancy.
- Some points need further elaboration or illustration.
Good to Very Good

- Content includes most significant points and is accurate, with appropriate supporting details.
- Major points are stated, supported and address the question.
Excellent

- Content is comprehensive, accurate and well and appropriately detailed.
- Major points are stated clearly and are well supported.
Organization & Structure
Poor

- The paper is not organized or easy to follow.
- The paper lacks clear introduction and conclusion.
Fair-Good

- The paper has an incomplete organization.
- The introduction and conclusion require further development.
Good to Very Good

- The paper is deliberately organized and generally easy to follow.
-The introduction and conclusion are complete and deliberate.
Excellent

- The paper is deliberately and effectively organized.
- The introduction and conclusion effectively invite the reader into the essay and leave the reader with a good sense of the writer's overall claim.
Criterion
  Poor
2 pts
Fair to Good
4 pts
Good to Very Good
6 pts
Excellent
8 pts
Writing
Poor

- Writer does not use varied sentence structures.
- Writing is repetitive and lacks clarity.
- The paper lacks transitions.
- Numerous diction errors.
Fair to Good

-Writer uses some varied sentence structures and generally avoids repetition.
- Some sentences may lack clarity.
- Incomplete or ineffective use of transitions.
- Some diction errors.
Good to Very Good

- Sentence structure is generally varied and interesting.
- Sentences are generally concise and clear.
- Generally effective use of transitions.
- Occasional diction errors.
Excellent

- Sentence structure is varied and interesting and serves to engage the reader. - Sentences are concise and clear.
- Effective use of transitions.
-Very few or no diction errors.
Criterion
  Poor
1 pts
Fair to Good
2 pts
Good to Very Good
3 pts
Excellent
4 pts
Punctuation and Spelling
Poor

-Frequent errors of multiple types in spelling or punctuation.
Fair to Good

Some errors in spelling or punctuation, particularly a few errors repeated multiple times.
Good to Very Good

-Occasional faults in spelling or punctuation.
Excellent

-Very few or no faults with spelling or punctuation.



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