Journal Entry Rubric - due to proper word choice and...

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Objective/Criteria Performance Indicators No Entry Posted Needs Improvement Meets Expectations Exceeds Expectations Spelling, Grammar, & Clarity (0 points) Assignme nt not posted by the deadline. (1 points) Frequent spelling, grammar, punctuation, and capitalization errors. Sentences without a clear meaning. The writer's argument is not organized logically. (2 points) Occasional but infrequent spelling, grammar, punctuation, and capitalization errors. Some sentences have convoluted structure that is difficult for the reader to follow. Confusing pronoun references are present. The writer's argument is confusing or incomplete due to illogical organization of statements. (3 points) Very few or no spelling, grammar, punctuation, and capitalization errors. The meaning of sentences is clear
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Unformatted text preview: due to proper word choice and streamlined sentence structure. The argument is clear because the writer's ideas are organized logically. Content (0 points) Assignme nt not posted by the deadline. (5 points) Writer identifies areas of particular interest or possible misunderstanding without elaborating. (6 points) Writer identifies areas of particular interest or possible misunderstanding and explains why/how the interest and misunderstanding arose. (7 points) Writer meets all the criteria mentioned in the "meets expectations" category while asking new questions based on the reading, and/or writer draws connections between topics within the reading or between subjects, like engineering and chemistry, that are not made explicit in the reading....
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