CMNS 101 GREATS Rubric 2016 (1)

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GREAT Rubric: CMNS 101 – 2016 General Education Competency Related Assignment Element 4 Exemplary: Exceeds Expectations 3 Accomplished: Meets Expectations 2 Developing: Approaches Expectations 1 Beginning: Falls Below Expectations Written and Oral Communication Develops the central idea with relevant and concrete evidence and details. Organizes information in a logical sequence. Few (less than 3) errors that do not distract or impede understanding. Presents a unified central idea and supports each point with evidence. Organizes information in a logical sequence. Some errors (e.g., 3-6) that do not distract or impede understanding. Presents unified central idea; supports central idea with minimal evidence or detail in the body of the essay. And/or Has lapses in organization. And/or Minor errors (3.g., 6-9) that do not distract or impede reader’s understanding. Lacks unified central idea; lacks support for central idea. And/or Shows no clear organization. And/or Writing style or number of errors impedes reader’s understanding (10+ errors.) Critical Analysis and Reasoning What aspects of the speaker’s delivery were effective? Ineffective? Why? -Verbal delivery (e.g.,figurative language, transitions, language choice, etc.) -Nonverbal delivery (e.g., eye contact, body movement, gestures, volume, enunciation etc.) Describe the effectiveness of the types of support
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