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RUBRIC G201 Theory - G201 THEORY SUMMARY LEARNING ACTIVITY Evaluation Rubric Above all my goal is to encourage and promote your learning Therefore

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G201: THEORY SUMMARY LEARNING ACTIVITY Evaluation Rubric ( continued on next page ) page 1 Above all, my goal is to encourage and promote your learning. Therefore, I have spelled out some specific criteria designed to help you work toward mastery of the course material and achieve the learning outcomes you desire. CRITERIA 4 – EXEMPLARY 3 – SATISFACTORY 2 – DEVELOPMENT NEEDED 1 – NOVICE Theory / article summary Goal: Demonstrate that you worked to understand and learn from the article. Demonstrate ability to identify an argument and major points / premises. Summary is both clear, accurate, and succinct. The author’s thesis and major points are identified. Demonstrates understanding of the article with concise paraphrasing of points that include relevant, short quotes from the article as needed. Summary identifies the thesis and/or most of the main points. Some of the summary may mistakenly identify sub-points or evidence as the author’s primary claims. The summary could be more succinct. The paper appears to include extraneous material that doesn’t relate to the authors key claims. Summary includes long quotes rather than carefully selected phrases and terms that are central to the author’s claim. Summary uses vague language and general descriptors with little to no direct reference to the article. If summary includes quotes, they seem to be disconnected from rather than integrated into the summary. Summary is unclear or unorganized in a way that does not demonstrate understanding of the article. Article summary is vague and unclear suggesting limited understanding of the article. Summary does not identify thesis or main point accurately (if at all). Theory comparison
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This note was uploaded on 10/22/2011 for the course COMM G201 taught by Professor Rossing during the Fall '10 term at IUPUI.

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RUBRIC G201 Theory - G201 THEORY SUMMARY LEARNING ACTIVITY Evaluation Rubric Above all my goal is to encourage and promote your learning Therefore

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