CTA 1 group - Group #15 CTA #1 1. When discussing Student...

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Group #15 CTA #1 1. When discussing Student A’s response, most of our group gave he/she a 3/12. The reasoning behind this was because he/she presented the facts, but she simply did not talk about them at all. Sarah thought Student A’s response “Perhaps the scientists could just sneak the vaccine into other vaccines that most children get.” Our group was in most agreeance on this matter, as Student A simply did not go back and re-read his/her work. However, Kelsey gave Student A a much higher score of 6. While Kelsey did not believe Student A’s work was excellent by any means, Kelsey did believe Student A included information relevant to the rubric. It was apparent that Student A identified and summarized the problem/question of HPV in her response. However, Student A was unable to assess the conclusion, implications, and consequences. Student A merely finished her response by concluding that her opinion would not be changed in how people approach health issues in communities. When discussing Student B’s response, most of our group gave he/she a 12/12. The reasoning behind this was because she showed multiple perspectives and addressed all areas of the article. Our group was also in agreeance that Student B
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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 group - Group #15 CTA #1 1. When discussing Student...

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