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Final paper grading rubric: 90-100 These are extremely well-thought out and well-expressed final papers. The introductory paragraph and three supporting paragraphs are very well- organized and thoroughly explained. Although there may be a few (three or fewer) grammar or spelling errors, the author demonstrates a superior control of language and sentence structure. The author uses examples, action words and terms that highly relate to the field of PR. 80-89 These are well-thought out and well-expressed final papers. The introductory paragraph and three supporting paragraphs are somewhat thoroughly organized and explained. Although there may be errors of grammar and spelling, the author demonstrates an adequate control of language and sentence structure. The author’s writing style is less mature and less concise. The author uses broad examples, action words and terms that relate to the PR field. 70-79 These are mediocre, but adequate, final papers.
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Unformatted text preview: • The introductory paragraph and three supporting paragraphs are addressed, but the information may not be quite clear, well-developed or organized. • There are several errors in grammar and spelling, and sentence structure is poor. • The author oversimplifies and overgeneralizes the PR issues. 60-69 • These are poorly written final papers. • Although the assignment issue is addressed, the explanation is not clear and is disorganized. • The final papers are too brief or too lengthy. • There are many errors in grammar and spelling, and sentence structure is elementary. • The author does not connect final paper content to PR topics. F level • The author does not address or explain the assignment requirements. • The papers lack clarity, do not relate to PR topics, and contain consistent grammar and spelling errors. • The papers are unacceptably brief or off-topic....
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This note was uploaded on 02/22/2012 for the course CSR 309 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '08 term at Purdue.

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