Discussion_Rubric - One or more major lapses in the logical...

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Maximum for INITIAL Post 30 20 10 5 NS/0 Maximum for EACH of TWO required posts 10 7 5 2 NS/0 FOCUS Topic/subject is clear, though it may/may not be explicitly stated. Maintains focus throughout the response. Topic/subject is generally clear though it may not be explicitly stated. Maintains focus through the majority of the response. Topic/subject may be vague. Maintains the focus through a portion of the response, but moves off focus for major portions of the response. Topic/subject is unclear or confusing. No clear focus is identified. This code may be used for compositions that are entirely illegible or otherwise unscorable: blank responses, responses written in a foreign language, restatements of the prompt, responses that are off-topic or incoherent. ORGANIZATION Organization is a logical progression of ideas/events and is unified and complete. There is a logical progression of ideas/events and is reasonably complete, although minor lapses may be present.
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Unformatted text preview: One or more major lapses in the logical progression of ideas/events is evident. Ideas/events are presented in a random fashion. This code may be used for compositions that are entirely illegible or otherwise unscorable: blank responses, responses written in a foreign language, restatements of the prompt, responses that are off-topic or incoherent. SUPPORT Support information is related to and supportive of the topic/subject. Support information has minor weaknesses in relatedness to and/or support of the topic/subject. Support information has major weaknesses in relatedness to and/or support of the topic/subject. An attempt has been made to add support information, but it was unrelated or confusing. This code may be used for compositions that are entirely illegible or otherwise unscorable: blank responses, responses written in a foreign language, restatements of the prompt, responses that are off-topic or incoherent....
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This note was uploaded on 01/11/2011 for the course CHEM 106 taught by Professor Geldart during the Fall '10 term at Ivy Tech Community College.

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