BUSX301_GradingCritera

BUSX301_GradingCritera - Grading Criteria An A text is...

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Grading Criteria An A text is exceptional. A manager would be impressed and would remember the work when a promotion is discussed. In this course, that means work is a pleasure to read, with excellent content, grammar, sentence structure, mechanics, and visual design. In addition, work is thorough, complete, coherent, well-organized, supported sufficiently, and demonstrates a superior understanding of audience, purpose, and rationale. A B text is strong. A manager would be mostly satisfied with the job, but not especially impressed. A manager would most likely not ask you for major changes, if any at all, but a manager may very well make changes himself/herself before the document moves on. This means the document is mostly well written and well produced with few language issues. Work is sufficiently developed, organized, and supported, and demonstrates a solid understanding of audience, purpose, and rationale. A C text is competent.
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This note was uploaded on 09/21/2011 for the course BUSX 301 taught by Professor Case during the Spring '08 term at Towson.

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