AOD 4111 Reflection Assignment RUBRIC Spring 2011r

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AOD 4111 Reflection Assignment RUBRIC For Journals 1 and 2 (a separate rubric will be available for the Transition Reflection) GREAT! GOOD FAIR POOR Not Included Format (5 pts.) Reflection questions are entered on the top of the sheet and they are followed by the student response. Organized, formatted and stapled. No spelling or grammar errors. Approximately 2 pages in length. Reflection questions are entered and followed by student response. 1 1/2 page response. Organized and formatted and bound in some way. A few spelling or grammar errors. Some reflection questions are entered and followed by student response. 1 page response. Not well organized or presented. Many spelling or grammar errors. Very minimal response. Not well organized or presented. Many spelling or grammar errors. No response Content (5 pts.) All questions are thoughtfully answered. Most questions are answered. Very few questions are answered. Very minimal responses. No response Personal
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Unformatted text preview: Reflection (5 pts.) Excellent, thoughtful, organized, personal responses to the questions that show integration of the questions with personal feelings, experiences and opinions. Good personal responses to the questions that show integration of the questions with personal feelings, experiences and opinions. A few personal responses to the questions that show integration of the questions with personal feelings, experiences and opinions. Little or no personal reflections included. No response Connections with course text and/or discussions (5 pts.) Well articulated and specific connections made with the readings and class discussions. Good use of citations. Specific connections made with the readings and class discussions. Some use of citations. A few connections made with the readings and class discussions. Minimal use of citations. No connections made to course readings or discussions. No use of citations. No Response...
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