Deductive Reasoning Rubric

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Deductive Reasoning Rubric Criteria Unacceptable (1) Acceptable (2) Superior (3) 1. Generalizatio n Student exhibits inability to identify a generalization when presented with a specific situation. Student exhibits ability to identify a generalization when presented with a specific situation, but requires assistance. Student exhibits ability to identify a generalization easily when presented with a specific situation. 2. Conditions Student exhibits inability to identify conditions that relate to a specific generalization. Student exhibits ability to identify one or more conditions that relate to a specific generalization. Student exhibits ability to identify many conditions easily that relate to a specific generalization and to recognize potential contradictions. 3. Data Student exhibits inability to identify data that support a generalization. Student exhibits ability to identify
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Unformatted text preview: data that support a generalization. Student exhibits ability to identify a variety of data that support the generalization and to assess their relative value. 4. Conclusions Student exhibits inability to make valid conclusions. Student exhibits ability to make valid conclusions, but requires assistance. Student exhibits ability to make valid conclusions without difficulty. 5. Error Student exhibits inability to identify errors in reasoning. Student exhibits ability to identify errors in reasoning with difficulty. Student exhibits ability to identify errors in reasoning without difficulty. Sources 1. http://www.adifferentplace.org/deductivereasoning.htm (This site states that their source is the Effective Practices for Gifted Education in Kansas , which will be available in October, 2008 from the Kansas State Department of Education www.kansped.org )...
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This note was uploaded on 04/09/2012 for the course BA 3301 taught by Professor Stanb during the Spring '09 term at University of Houston - Downtown.

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