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Writing--In-The-Disciplines Workshop:

Creating Writing-In-The-Disciplines Websites

June 12-June 16, 2000


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Grading and Assessment Rubrics


HI 107
Evaluation Rubric
Spring Term 1999
Prof. T. Kuroda

1. Responds fully to assignment

Excellent

Very Good

Average

Fair

Poor

2. Expresses its hypothesis, question, or problem clearly.

Excellent

Very Good

Average

Fair

Poor

3. Begins and ends effectively

Excellent

Very Good

Average

Fair

Poor

4. The content is based on accurate information.

Excellent

Very Good

Average

Fair

Poor

5. Provides adequate supportingarguments, evidence, examples, and details.

Excellent

Very Good

Average

Fair

Poor

6. Is well organized and unified.

Excellent

Very Good

Average

Fair

Poor

7. Analyzes the data well.

Excellent

Very Good

Average

Fair

Poor

8 Uses appropriate, direct language for the defined audience.

Excellent

Very Good

Average

Fair

Poor

9. Uses adequate. sources.

Excellent

Very Good

Average

Fair

Poor

10. Correctly acknowledges and documents sources.

Excellent

Very Good

Average

Fair

Poor

11. Is free of errors in grammar, punctuation, word choice, spelling, and format.

Excellent

Very Good

Average

Fair

Poor

12. Shows originality and creativity in realizing 1-9.

Excellent

Very Good

Average

Fair

Poor

13. Has a sense of history

Excellent

Very Good

Average

Fair

Poor

OVERALL EVALUATION

Excellent

Very Good

Average

Fair

Poor

For Information on this Workshop please contact Michael Marx, Director of Writing-Across-The-Curriculum (mmarx@skidmore.edu).