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Grading Multiple Choice (x/40 points) True/False (x/30 points) Short Answer / Fill-in-the-Blank (x/18 points) Matching (x/6 points) Essay (x/6 points) Total: 100 points Multiple Choice - 8 points per Question (5 Questions) Possible Points Earned Pts. Question is well written, from the chapter, and makes sense. 3 (points) x 5 (questions) = 15 Three (3) answer choices are provided. 2 (points) x 5 (questions) = 10 Answer key is provided. 2 (points) x 5 (questions) = 10 Location of where to find question /answers in the etext or Unit 2 Guidebook is identified. 1 (point) x 5 (questions) = 5 Total 40 possible points True / False - 6 points per Question (5 Questions) Possible Points Question is a well written statement, from the chapter, and makes sense. 3(points) x 5 (questions) = 15 Answer key is provided. 2 (points) x 5 (questions) = 10 Location of where to find question /answers in the etext or Unit 2 Guidebook is identified. 1 (point) x 5(questions) = 5 Total 30 possible points Short Answer / Fill-in-the-Blank - 6 points per Question (3 Questions) Possible Points Question is well written, from the chapter, and makes sense. 3 (points) x 3 (questions) = 9
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Answer key is provided. 2 (points) x 3 (questions) = 6 Location of where to find question /answers in the etext or Unit 2 Guidebook is identified. 1 (point) x 3 (questions) = 3 Total 18 possible points Matching - 6 points per Question (1 Question/3 Terms) Possible Points Vocabulary words are from the chapter. 3 (points) x 1 (question) = 3 Matching definitions are provided. 2 (points) x 1 (question) = 2 Location of where to find question /answers in the etext or Unit 2 Guidebook is identified. 1 (point) x 1 (question) = 1 Total 6 possible points Essay - 6 points per Question (1 Essay Prompt) Possible Points Essay prompt is well written, from the chapter, and makes sense. 5 (points) x 1 (question) = 5 Location of where to find question /answers in the etext or Unit 2 Guidebook is identified. 1 (point) x 1 (question) = 1 Total 6 possible points
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