Research_Paper_Criteria

Research_Paper_Criteria - Holistic Criteria for Evaluating...

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Holistic Criteria for Evaluating ENSC 100/101 Research Papers F (0-50%) Entire phrases or sentences copied from another source. D (51-55%) No consistent argument detectible. Essay contains collection of unrelated and unsupported facts and assertions. No conclusion. No references. C- (56-60%) Some structure to the essay, but organization is poor. No attempt to assess reliability of sources used. No attempt to distinguish between knowledge and speculation. Few or inaccurate references. C (61-65%) Some structure to the essay, but the essay does not set out to convince the reader of any conclusion. Essay is informative rather than persuasive. Few references used, and almost all of them are to websites. C+ (66-70%) Difficult to tell when the author is summarizing other people's ideas and when he/she is presenting an original point of view. Topic is too broad or ill- defined. B- (71-75%) Essay attempts to be persuasive, but argument is inconsistent or poorly developed. Many relevant facts and prior arguments are missing. Reference
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