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Student Led Discussions 
Students lead a class discussion on a given topic, reading or other assignment
Rubric Code: B2X5W46
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Subject: Education  
Type: (Other)  
Grade Levels: Undergraduate


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Topic Submission
  5

Choice of article submitted to instructor as required

5 pts

4

4 pts

3

Delay in submission of chosen article

3 pts

2

2 pts

1

No choice submitted

1 pts

Presentation
20 %

Article must be presented to other students in a timely fashion.

5

Presented on date due
4

3

Presented late by one class
2

Presented one week late
1

Presented more than one week late
Student Notes
20 %

Notes are to be submitted to instructor prior to discussion along with "several" critical thinking questions.

5

Notes submitted to instructor at least one week prior to discussion date along with "several" critical thinking questions.
4

Notes submitted to instructor at least one class prior to discussion date along with "several" critical thinking questions.
3

Notes submitted to instructor at least one class prior to discussion date along with "several" critical thinking questions.
2

Notes submitted to instructor at least one class prior to discussion date along with few, if any, critical thinking questions.
1

Notes not submitted to instructor prior to discussion date.
Course Language
20 %

5

Use of course specific vocabulary occurs consistently and comfortably.
4

3

Use of course specific vocabulary occurs but not consistently.
2

1

Course vocabulary &/or academic tone is either misused or inappropriately used
Critical Thinking
20 %

5

Participation consistently shows evidence of critical/reflective thinking &/or ethical reasoning, making connections to course material and relevant course topics.
4

Participation shows critical thinking/reflective thinking &/or ethical reasoning most of the time, makes a few connections to social problems process and relevant course topics.
3

Participation shows minimal critical thinking/reflective thinking &/or ethical reasoning. Leaves out social problems context and/or relevant course topics.
2

Participation lacks evidence of critical thinking/reflective thinking and/or ethical reasoning.Leaves out social problems context and/or relevant course topics.
1

Participation lacks evidence of critical/reflective thinking or ethical reasoning. Leaves out social problems context and/or relevant course topics. Minimal effort evidenced.
Leading Discussion
20 %

5

Leader encourages and motivates involvement of other students without teacher intervention.
4

Leader initiates and responds to other student & instructor comments.
3

Leader occasionally responds to other students &/or instructor.
2

Leader responds to instructor prompts to encourage continued participation.
1

Leader does not encourage others to continued participation in the discussion even with teacher prompts.



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