Grading RubricsSite:Georgia Military CollegeCourse:20F1CMP American History I (HIS-121-20DE1)Book:Grading RubricsPrinted by:Idara IbangaDate:Tuesday, July 28, 2020, 6:36 PM
Table of contents1. Discussion Forum Rubric2. Critical Thinking Exercise3. Primary Source Assignment4. Topic Selection/Listing of Sources Guidelines5. American Revolution Assignment6. Thesis Statement and Outline7. WPA American Slave Narratives Assignment8. PowerPoint Civil War Presentation9. Final Paper Rubric
1. Discussion Forum RubricParticipation in discussion forums is critical to the successful completion of this course. Please keep in mind the following guidelines to help youdevelop and formulate sound, thought-provoking responses and earn the maximum grade available.General GuidelinesTake the time to organize your thoughts prior to formulating your response.Use proper citations and formatting when stating examples or quoting sources.Carefully proofread your response before submitting it to the forum.Provide peer feedback using polite and courteous language.Post substantive contributions. Posts such as "I agree" or "Good job" will not be awarded any credit in the discussion forums.Rubric GuidelinesEngagement / Interactioncounts the number of peers you interact with. To earn full credit, you must engage in a dialog with at least four or morepeers. The content of your posts must be meaningful and relevant and should encourage further discussion.Participationcounts the number of days you were active in each of the discussion forums in a module. To earn full credit, you must contribute tothe forum over the course of three or more days for EACH forum where there are more than one in a module, not collectively. For example, if youhave a course that has two discussion forums, you must participate and engage the required number of days and times for EACH forum. They do notcount together. They are graded separately.Content / Topic Relevancemeasures your maintaining focus on the topic being discussed. To earn full credit, all your discussion forumcontributions need to address the main topic.Timelinessmeasures when you first post your response to the discussion forum question. To earn full credit, you must post your response to themain topic before the first post due date for each forum.Global Online Learning College (OLC)The due dates for posting your first posts in the discussion forums can be found on the course calendar, course schedule, the News andAnnouncement forums, or in the actual discussion forum post directions themselves. If you have any questions, contact your instructor at theappropriate email address found in the syllabus.Please note that discussion forums are graded as separate assignments. For courses that have more than one discussion forum, guidelines andrequirements are for EACH forum, not collectively.