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Mitch Parsell Rubric

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Rubric Code: QX86W35
This is the example rubric used by Mitch Parsell in the podcast "Instructional Rubrics" at http://www.mq.edu.au/ltc/resources/podcasts/parsell2.htm
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Keywords: podcast example rubric composition philosophy
Categories: Subjects: Philosophy  
Types: Presentation   Writing   (Other)  
Grade Levels: Undergraduate

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  Poor
1 pts
Unsatisfactory
2 pts
Good
3 pts
Excellent
4 pts
Focus
Poor

No central
thesis or
argument.
Unsatisfactory

Mostly irrelevant
material, but
contains some
discussion of
thesis/argument.
Good

Most material adds to
central thesis, but
occasionally strays
from argument.
Excellent

All material
develops central
thesis to form a
single coherent
argument.
Argument
Poor

No central
thesis or
argument.
Unsatisfactory

Little cogent
argument, but does
contain a central
thesis.
Good

Cogently argued
central thesis, but
some
inferences/premises
inadequately
supported.
Excellent

Cogently argued
central thesis with
each
inference/premise
supported in
sufficient detail.
Analysis
Poor

No discussion
of target.
Unsatisfactory

Superficial
analysis, but target
position stated.
Good

Clear and concise
statement of target
with some critique,
but criticism
inadequately
supported.
Excellent

Clear and concise
statement of target
position, with
original critique of
position.



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