Students who require accommodations should contact Holly Kilby Director of

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provides a variety of services for students with physical and learning disabilities. Students who require accommodations should contact Holly Kilby, Director of Academic Support, at 434-791-5788 or toll free at 1- 800-283-7388 or by e-mail [email protected] . Ms. Kilby’s office is located in the Galesi Family Student Success Center in Danville, VA. All information is confidential. Students with special medical concerns or needs should inform the instructor. Please let your instructor know how to best assist you in case of emergency. All information is confidential. Revised 10/13
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AVERETT UNIVERSITY Business and Gen Ed Syllabus Effective written communication demonstrates mechanical correctness, readable style, logical organization, and development of ideas as judged by criteria in this rubric. Excellent—Superior analysis of issue in mechanically correct standard English Competent— Adequate analysis of issue in reasonably correct standard English Needs Improvement— Vague/incomplete analysis of issue with numerous errors in mechanics Unsatisfactory—Seriously limited analysis of issue with numerous errors obscuring meaning Mechanics Main Idea/Purpose Main idea or purpose is clearly stated Main idea or purpose is reasonably clear Main idea or purpose is unclear or difficult to determine No main idea or purpose is stated Sentence correctness Sentences are free of errors in punctuation and capitalization, and do not include fragments, run-ons, dangling modifiers, or shifts in verb tense Sentences are generally free of errors in punctuation and capitalization, and may include fragments, run-ons, dangling modifiers, or shifts in verb tense Sentences contain errors in punctuation and capitalization, and include numerous fragments, run-ons, dangling modifiers, or shifts in verb tense Sentences contain pervasive errors in punctuation and capitalization, and excessive fragments, run-ons, dangling modifiers, or shifts in verb tense Agreement Sentences are free of subject-verb and pronoun-antecedent errors Sentences have few errors in subject-verb and pronoun- antecedent errors Sentences have frequent subject-verb and pronoun- antecedent errors Multiple subject-verb and pronoun-antecedent errors compromise meaning Spelling All words are spelled correctly Most words are spelled correctly Some words are misspelled, causing distraction Many words are misspelled, resulting in loss of meaning Word Choice and Usage Appropriate words are used correctly and in context Words are usually appropriate and are used correctly and in context Many words are inappropriate and are often used incorrectly Words are frequently inappropriate and incorrectly used Voice Appropriate use of voice (active or passive) and person (third person*) Occasional inappropriate use of voice (active or passive) and person (third person*) Many inappropriate uses of voice (active or passive) and person (third person*) Frequent inappropriate uses of voice (active or passive) and person (third person*) APA Citations and references are correct and consistent with APA format Citations and references include few errors or inconsistencies with APA format Citations and references reflect
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