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UE: HTY 110HA: Immigration: The Changing Face of America: Instructors Only: Grading Rubric Examples

This is University Exploration that explores the history of immigration process in America

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Power Point Grading Rubric

Power Point Presentation Rubric

Scoring: 5 = Exceptional, 4 = Good, 3 = Satisfactory, 2 = Needs Improvement, 1 = Unsatisfactory

“A” range:  21-25 total points      “C” range:  11-15 total points

“B” range:  16-20 total points      “D” range:    9-10 total points               “F” range:       0-8 total points

 

Criteria

Numeric 

Score

Constructive   Written Comments &/or Suggestions for Improvement

A.      Presentation   provides all required information

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

B.      Information   is reliable and appropriately documented.

 

 

 

 

 

 

C.      Evidence   of critical thinking is present

 

 

 

 

 

 

D.        Slides are designed in an organized and   engaging fashion (colorful, images included, not cluttered with too much   detailed information, evidence of effort)

 

 

 

 

E.        Student   communicates the information in a clear, concise and effective manner without   reading content.

 

 

 

 

 

 

F.        TOTAL

 

 

 

Grading Rubric for Cricical Thinking Assignment

Rubric for Critical Thinking Essay

Levels correspond roughly to letter grades

4 = A

3 = B

2 = C or high D

1 = Low D or F

 

Level

Criteria

4

      
  • Sophisticated        thought process – Excellent evidence of critical thinking skills.
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  • Persuasive        analysis of the topic, addressing all parts of the topic; analysis        demonstrates thorough understanding of all sides of a question.
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  • Outstanding        grasp of general historical issues raised by topic.
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  • Numerous,        effective, relevant, and specific examples.
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  • Extremely well        organized.
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  • Well written        in appropriate standard English; few grammatical errors or        colloquialisms.

3

      
  • Good thought        process – some evidence of critical thinking skills
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  • Good analysis        of the topic, addressing most parts of the topic; analysis demonstrates        understanding of all sides of a question, though may be unevenly        developed.
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  • Good grasp of        general historical issues raised by topic.
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  • Several        specific examples.
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  • Well organized.
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  • Clearly        written in appropriate standard English; some grammatical errors or        colloquialisms.

2

      
  • Thought        process not entirely clear – little evidence of critical thinking skills
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  • Analysis of        the topic, addressing most parts of the topic; analysis adequate but        unevenly developed.
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  • Some grasp of        general historical issues raised by topic, though some significant        issues may be omitted.
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  • Some specific        examples but some clearly relevant examples omitted.
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  • organization        may be somewhat unclear.
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  • Understandable,        but contains several grammatical errors or colloquialisms.

1

      
  • No discernible        thought process or serious misunderstanding of the topic – no evidence        of critical thinking skills.
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  • Descriptive        rather than analytical; marginally related to the topic; significant        logical gaps.
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  • Little grasp        of general historical issues raised by topic.
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  • Few and/or irrelevant        specific examples.
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  • Poorly        organized.
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  • Consistent pattern        of grammatical errors and/or inappropriate colloquialisms.