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Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University College of Aeronautics Undergraduate Studies Discussion Grading Rubric Criteria Average (C) Below Average (D)...

Describe one incident, including the background circumstances, of an exemplary attribute of aviation professionalism to which you were witness. Explain how this incident provided you with an insight into aviation professionalism and why this attribute impressed you. Relate this attribute of aviation professionalism to another aviation career field other than the career field in which it occurred. 250 word min. plz see attached file for rubric
Page 1 of 2 – CoA_Discussion_UG_Rubric_v1 Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University College of Aeronautics Undergraduate Studies Discussion Grading Rubric Criteria Superior (A) Above Average (B) Average (C) Below Average (D) Failure (F) Analysis/ Interpretation / Application 37 to 40 points The discussion demonstrates analysis, interpretation, and/or application of the resource material. In addition, it demonstrates that the student has gained new understanding of the topic. 34 to 37 points The discussion demonstrates limited analysis; interpretation and/or application of the resource material. This might be either because the analysis was not done well, or because it was not attempted (that is, was simply opinion and not based on the readings). 31 to 34 points Messages generally show little evidence the learner has done the required reading and analysis, consisting instead of opinion and feelings and impressions. 28 to 31 points Posts demonstrate a lack of understanding and no attempt to incorporate concepts are included in posts. 0 to 28 points Fails to show any relation to or does not address the focus of the readings. Demonstrates an inadequate understanding of the topic(s) and issue(s). Scholarly Dialogue 27 to 30 points All sources are cited. Argumentation is from evidence and/or experience. 24 to 27 points Citations are sometimes missing or incorrect. There is limited supporting evidence for discussion. 21 to 24 points Messages regularly lack any sort of citation. Arguments are from opinion, not from evidence. 18 to 21 points Presents incomplete analysis of the issues identified. Makes little or no connection between the issues identified in the readings. 0 to 18 points Posts demonstrate a total lack of relevance to questions posed. Flip answers or there is none at all. Writing Skill 17 to 20 points Sentences are clear and wording is unambiguous. Correct word choice, correct spelling, and correct grammar. Writing style can still be conversational rather than formal. 15 to 17 points Good writing skills are present. Lapses are regular and patterned, but do not undermine the communication or the persuasiveness of the argument. 13 to 15 points Grammar, spelling, and/or word choice errors are frequent enough that the sense of the message is lost. 11 to 13 points Writing is unfocused, rambling, or contains errors; poorly organized. Lack of any sort of citation; grammar, spelling, and/or word choice errors are frequent enough that the communication is muddled. 0 to 11 points Too many errors; Non cohesive wording detract significantly. Participation 9 to 10 points Messages contribute to ongoing conversations, as replies to questions or comments, or as new questions or comments. 7 to 8 points Some messages contribute to ongoing conversations, but others are disconnected. Student tries to further the class discussion but is not successful a significant number of times. Or, student 5 to 6 points Messages are unconnected with what others are saying, as if there is very little conversation. No replies to other messages are present. Student never answers someone else's question. 3 to 4 points Some messages contribute to ongoing conversations, but others are disconnected. Student tries to further the class discussion but is not successful a significant 0 to 2 points No attempt to post initial responses. No replies to colleagues.
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Page 2 of 2 – CoA_Discussion_UG_Rubric_v1 Criteria Superior (A) Above Average (B) Average (C) Below Average (D) Failure (F) posts a significant (though still a minority) number of messages that are off-the-cuff and do not contribute substantively. When student asks a question, there is no acknowledgment to any responses. number of times. Or, student posts a significant (though still a minority) number of messages that are off-the-cuff and do not contribute substantively.
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