DISCUSSION FORUM GRADING RUBRIC

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Discussion Forum Grading Rubric * Your grades will be awarded in terms of participation relative to that of your classmates. * A— will be reserved for students who have posted the most comments and responses. Comments and responses should be thoughtful and introduce new lines of thought to the discussion. There should be some reference to other sources or materials. (25 to 23 points awarded) * B —will be reserved for students who have posted many comments and responses. These comments and responses should be thoughtful. There should be some reference to other sources or materials. (22-20 points awarded) * C —most students will be awarded a C for participation. Comments and responses should be thoughtful and numerous. (19 to 18 points awarded) * D —will be reserved for students who have failed to actively participate, but have made
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Unformatted text preview: some comments and responses. (17 to 10 points awarded) * E will be reserved for students who have not participated in the weeks Discussion Forum. (0 points awarded) Students who post only a single comment on the Forum will not receive a passing grade for that assignment. *This is a course about government and politics. The very nature of politics assures that there will be differences of opinion. In this class, you are welcome to have any opinion you choose; youre just not welcome to your own facts. Your political opinions will not affect your grade in this class. Especially on our Discussion Forums, opinions will differ; sometimes, the forums will address extremely controversial and political topics. Again, let me assure youyour opinions will not affect your grade in this class....
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This note was uploaded on 07/12/2011 for the course POL SCI 100 taught by Professor Day during the Spring '10 term at Elizabethtown.

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