ANTH_115_Delta_Project_Paper_xResearchx_Rubric_2009_01_28

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San Jose State University Department of Anthropology ANTH 115 Dr. Reckmeyer Emerging Global Culture Spring 2009 Delta Project Research Paper - Evaluation Form - Student Topic Grade Evaluation Criteria Score Content (75 %) [1] Issue & Country (15 %) [2] Geographic Demography(15 %) [3] Political Economy (15 %) [4] Cultural Factors (15 %) [5] Efforts in Progress (15 %) Sources (5 %) Presentation (5 %) Overall Impact (15 %) Total (100 %) NOTE : Papers must be submitted in proper academic format for the field of anthropology as specified in the AAA Style Guide and as exemplified in the associated template for this paper. Papers that do not comply with all of the required editorial standards for the major formatting elements (title pages, margins, page numbers, citations, and bibliography) will be returned unread and considered late. Papers will be penalized 10% each week they are late, as specified in the greensheet for this course.
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Delta Project Research Paper - Evaluation Rubric- Content (Max = 75 %: 5 sections @ 0-15 % per section) Outstanding (14-15) Very Good (12-13) Adequate (10-11) Below Average (8-9) Unacceptable (0-7) The section addresses all of the key points in a very coherent, balanced, and rigorous way. The section addresses most of the key points in a fairly clear, balanced, and rigorous way. The section addresses some of the key points in a moderately clear, balanced, & rigorous way. The section addresses a few key points, but in an inadequate way. The section fails to address any of the key points in a clear way. [1] Issue & Country . This section briefly reviews the general topic, describes the specific issue and country being covered, and clarifies why they are the focus of the paper. Sources
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