CIS1015 Grading Rubric Week 1.docx

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Rubric for CIS 1015 A1_Introductions Forum (10 points) This rubric will be used to grade your response to the forum topic: “Log onto our Moodle course. Click the A1_Introductions Discussion Board link under Course Orientation. Click "Add a New Discussion Topic." Enter your name as the subject. In your message, tell about yourself (major, career goals, hobbies/interests, current job/family/responsibilities/etc, reason for taking the course, etc). Always "sign" your discussion board posts (good manners, you know). Read and greet 1-2 classmates, finding and acknowledging at least one person you find something in common with.” Criteria Poor Average Above Average Follows Instructions Post does not address 3 or more expected points covered in the instructions. (0 points) Post addresses most points covered in the instruction, but misses 1-2 details. (4 points) Each point in instructions are fully addressed in response (Name entered as subject, provides 3-4 sentence introduction that gives adequate information for other students to find commonality, signs post, greets 1- 2 classmates) (8 points) Proper User of Netiquette/Grammar Post(s) do not include proper netiquette and/or proper use of grammar/spelling/punctuation (0 points) Post(s) have one or more grammatical/netiquette issues and/or two or more spelling errors (1 points) Proper grammar and netiquette used throughout posts (2 points) Grading Rubrics
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Rubric for CIS 1015 A2 Email (10 points) This rubric will be used to grade your submission to the assignment:
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