CTA 1 - Samantha Zid MBI 131 CTA #1, Individual Response 1....

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Samantha Zid MBI 131 CTA #1, Individual Response 1. What are your general impressions of these two writing samples? What was the total score for each student? What scores did you award for each critical thinking skill for students A and B? Explain why you choose each of those scores. Student A: I would give student A 3/12 from the critical thinking rubric. I thought the best part of her response was the way the student identified and summarized the problem. The student identified a problem, but didn’t go any further than that so I gave her 1 point. When explaining different points of view she did recognize that they were present but she didn’t distinguish between the two and didn’t analyze them so I gave her 1 point. In identifying the information the student merely repeated the information and didn’t try to interpret it, but she did state her opinion and try to give a solution, even though it was a terrible one so I gave her 1 point. There wasn’t really any conclusion so she didn’t receive any points for it Student B: Besides the spelling errors and inappropriate personal information I thought that this student wrote an extremely strong paper. Her critical thinking level was very high, she received a 11/12 from me. She provided evidence of deep thinking and reflection in the paper. She looked at the
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This note was uploaded on 01/27/2012 for the course MBI 131 taught by Professor Deborahphillips during the Spring '07 term at Miami University.

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CTA 1 - Samantha Zid MBI 131 CTA #1, Individual Response 1....

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