Grading Rubric for Literature Review

Grading Rubric for - PSC141/HDE101 Paper Grading Rubric Low Introducing the idea Neither implicit nor explicit Problem statement reference is made

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Unformatted text preview: PSC141/HDE101 Paper Grading Rubric Low Introducing the idea: Neither implicit nor explicit Problem statement reference is made to the topic or purpose of the article. Body: The summary appears to have Flow of the review no direction, with subtopics appearing disjointed. Coverage of content Middle Readers are aware of the overall problem, challenge, or topic of the article There is a basic flow from one section to the next, but not all sections or paragraphs follow in a natural or logical order. Major sections of pertinent All major sections of the content have been omitted or pertinent content are included, greatly run‐on. The topic is of but not covered in as much little significance to the course. depth, or as explicit, as expected. Significance to the course is evident. Writing is generally clear, but unnecessary words are occasionally used. Meaning is sometimes hidden. Paragraph or sentence structure is too repetitive. Few (3) spelling, grammar, or punctuation errors are made. The author provides concluding remarks that show an analysis and synthesis of ideas occurred. Some of the conclusions, however, were not supported in the body of the report. The application to library media center program is stated. Citation for the article did follow APA format; however; a few (2) errors in essential information were evident. High The topic is introduced, and groundwork is laid as to the direction of the article. The summary goes from general ideas to specific conclusions. Transitions tie sections together, as well as adjacent paragraphs. The appropriate content in consideration is covered in depth without being redundant. Sources are cited when specific statements are made. Significance to the course is unquestionable. Writing is crisp, clear, and succinct. The writer incorporates the active voice when appropriate and supports ideas with examples. No spelling, grammar, or punctuation errors are made. The author was able to make succinct and precise conclusions based on the review. Insights into the problem are appropriate. Conclusions and the application to library media center program are strongly supported in the review. Citation for the article did follow APA format. Essential information was accurate and complete. Clarity of writing and It is hard to know what the writing technique writer is trying to express. Writing is convoluted. Misspelled words, incorrect grammar, and improper punctuation are evident. Conclusion: A synthesis of ideas and application to library media center program There is no indication the author tried to synthesize the information or make a conclusion based on the literature under review. No application to library media center program is provided. Citations/References: Citation for the article did not Proper APA format follow APA format and was missing essential information. ...
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