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Interview Reflection Paper 
Rubric Code: G22XCX7
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Subject: Education  
Type: Writing  
Grade Levels: Undergraduate


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  Excellent

5 pts

Good

4 pts

Fair

3 pts

Below Expectations

2 pts

Poor

1 pts

Content
5 pts

Excellent

Answers all of the questions asked in the assignment.
Good

Answers most of the questions asked in the assignment.
Fair

Answers some of the questions asked in the assignment.
Below Expectations

Answers only 1-2 questions asked in the assignment.
Poor

Does not answer the questions.<BR>
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Content is not related in any way.
Organization
5 pts

Excellent

Includes an inviting opening.<BR>
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Sequence is logical and effective.<BR>
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Has strong, embedded transitions.<BR>
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Conveys a satisfying conclusion.
Good

Includes recognizable opening.<BR>
<BR>
Sequence is logical.<BR>
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Has strong, natural transitions that extend beyond a bland "First...Next... Finally" Structure.<BR>
<BR>
Conveys a predictable conclusion.
Fair

Attempts an opening.<BR>
<BR>
Sequence is brief or limited.<BR>
<BR>
Attempts transitions, but most utilize bland or unimaginative structure.<BR>
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Attempts a conclusion.
Below Expectations

Begins abruptly, or has no opening.<BR>
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Reflects no attempt to establish order.<BR>
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Reflects no attempt at making transitions.<BR>
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Ends abruptly or has no conclusion.
Poor

Organization causes confusion.
Details/Support
5 pts

Excellent

Uses specific examples from class or from personal experiences to highlight claim/s<BR>
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Uses interesting, varied and ample detail, which engages the reader.
Good

Uses specific examples from class or from personal experiences to highlight claim/s<BR>
<BR>
Uses a great deal of interesting, varied and ample detail, but does not paint a full picture
Fair

Uses specific examples from class or from personal experiences to highlight claim/s<BR>
<BR>
Uses a moderate amount of detail, but still leaves the reader with a cloudy image and more questions
Below Expectations

Uses general examples from class or from personal experiences to highlight claim/s<BR>
<BR>
Uses general examples to convey experience or personal assessment but not specific enough.
Poor

Missing specific examples or details.
Professional Writing
5 pts

Excellent

Contains sentences that vary in beginning, structure and length.<BR>
<BR>
Has cadence and flows.<BR>
<BR>
Writing is professional.
Good

Contains some sentences that vary in beginning, structure and length.<BR>
<BR>
Is fluent.<BR>
<BR>
Writing is solid but could be more professional.
Fair

Contains limited sentences that vary in beginning structure and length.<BR>
<BR>
Is somewhat fluent.<BR>
<BR>
Writing is good but uses colloquial terms.
Below Expectations

Contains simple, repetitive sentence beginnings, structure and length.<BR>
<BR>
Has short, choppy sentences.<BR>
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Writing is too casual
Poor

No sentence structure.<BR>
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Writing is unclear and too casual.
Technical Writing Skills
5 pts

Excellent

Uses correct capitalization.<BR>
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Uses a variety of end and internal punctuation correctly (ex. apostrophes, question marks, commas)<BR>
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Writes with correct grammar and usage (subject/verb agreement, irregular noun forms, verb forms).<BR>
<BR>
Uses correct spelling even of more difficult words.
Good

Uses correct capitalization most of the time.<BR>
<BR>
Uses correct end punctuation<BR>
<BR>
Attempts to write with correct grammar and usage; occasional errors do not distort meaning.<BR>
<BR>
Uses spelling that is usually correct, especailly on common words.
Fair

Uses inconsistent capitalization.<BR>
<BR>
Uses end punctuation inconsistently.<BR>
<BR>
Makes errors in grammar and usage that may interfere with meaning.<BR>
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Misspells common words.
Below Expectations

Uses incorrect capitalization. <BR>
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Uses incorrect end punctuation; or omits punctuation<BR>
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Makes frequent errors in grammar and usage that affect meaning.<BR>
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Makes frequent spelling errors that significantly impair readability.
Poor

Errors make it difficult to understand.





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