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Caitlin Stern BioNB 2210. Introduction to Behavior 7 September 2009 Grading summary for Assignment 1 The following is the metric I used in grading your assignments this week (I will use similar metrics for future assignments). This should help you understand why you got the grade you did, and guide you in preparing future assignments. Grade (out of 10 points): 8-10 Student provides at least one well-thought-out reason to study behavior, and provides one or more specific examples to support his/her argument. Examples are apt, are cited correctly, and have a clear supporting relationship to the argument. Vague, general, “filler” language is absent. Writing mistakes are minor and do not interfere with effective communication of ideas. Grade: 5-7 Student provides at least one well-thought-out reason to study behavior, and provides one or more specific examples to support his/her argument. Examples may not clearly support the point for which the student has deployed them. Vague, general, “filler” language is minimal. Writing
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This note was uploaded on 05/24/2011 for the course NS 3410 taught by Professor Obrien/swanson during the Spring '08 term at Cornell University (Engineering School).

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