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b) In case of proven plagiarism in academic work of any nature, the score obtained will be zero (0.0), without any disciplinary measures being derived. To learn how to properly cite all your tasks, see the following: BibMe. (n.d.). APA Citation Guide. Retrieved from - guide/apa/
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4. Evaluation Rubric Evaluation Rubric Task 2 Introduction to CLIL Activity Type: Individual Activity Collaborative Activity Evaluation Moment Initial Intermediate Unit 2 Final Evaluated Items Performance Levels of the Individual Activity Score High Score Average Score Low Score Forum participation The student got interested in developing an excellent work, so he/she actively participated in the forum and checked the partners’ contributions in order to give feedback and improve. The student ’s contributions provided meaningful ideas according to the course content. The student got interested in developing a good work, but he/she partially participated in the forum and did not check the partn ers’ contributions in order to give feedback and improve. The student ’s contributions were built on plain and vague ideas and were no related to the course content and development. No task was done. 50 points (up to 50 points) (up to 25 points) (up to 0 points) Evaluated items Performance Levels of the Collaborative Activity Score High Score Average Score Low Score Concept map The concept map The concept map No task was done. 70 points
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is presented in a style that is organized. It is clear and provides comprehensive insight, understanding, and reflective thought about the CLIL concept. It demonstrates comprehension of the main ideas from the course contents in unit 2. Sentence structure is generally correct. There are minor punctuation and/or spelling mistakes. It includes all the required items in the correct way. is presented in a plain way. It is confusing and does not provide comprehensive insight, understanding, and reflective thought about the CLIL concept. There are some punctuation and/or spelling mistakes. It includes some of the required items. (Up to 70 points) (Up to 35 points) (Up to 0 points) Final Score 120
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