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For each category, the student: Demonstrates thorough understanding of the core value as expressed in the learning outcomes And the student: Successfully integrates portfolio papers to reveal the degree to which the learning outcomes have been achieved Explanation of Evaluative Criteria Core Values When we value something, we allow that value to guide our actions and our thinking, and in the process of thinking and acting in ways guided by the value, we inevitably produce outcomes, or results, that indicate what we value.
Learning Outcomes Because Writing Arts faculty have designed assignments guided by the core values, your attempts to fulfill the objectives of each assignment will have led you to produce, to varying degrees, the learning outcomes that express a given core value.
A learning outcome, then, is a result, or set of results you produce in response to an assignment, which can be linked back directly to a specific core value that guided your performance, even if you were not aware of the value guiding your performance at the time.
In other words, you need to make the words meaningful beyond simple dictionary definitions to demonstrate a thorough understanding. Integrating Portfolio Assignments Successfully Essential to demonstrating a through understanding of the core values and their learning outcomes is to use specific textual evidence from your five portfolio pieces.
If you discuss the core value without drawing from specific examples of your own writing, or if you merely paraphrase, or re-present your work without revealing how you achieved or failed to achieve the learning outcomes of the core value in question, then you will have failed to integrate the portfolio piece.
Here you leave your reader with a sense that you have a complete understanding, and that this understanding is grounded in specific textual evidence drawn from your portfolio pieces. Keep in mind that a thorough understanding of the core value is possible for you to demonstrate even if the outcomes you produced represented in your assignments included in the portfolio are deficient in any way.
Impact of peer-review on the overall grade Peer review is required, that is, failing to participate fully in peer review will lower the final grade you receive from your advisor:RUBRIC! Getting Started—Writing a Good Hypothesis. Do a little digging, do a little thinking, read over your “three minute essay” assignment from earlier in the semester.
2.) c. find old LIFE Magazine article on Hemingway’s popularity from News Article Rubric for Middle or High School Students. written by: Trent Lorcher • edited by: SForsyth • updated: 5/2/ End the grading hassle with this easy-to-use news article rubric.
Students may also find this article helpful in coming up with ideas and perfecting the news-writing style. slide 2 of 5 "A" Article. iRubric S8CA This rubric is to be used to assess a student's attempt at writing a Magazine article.. Free rubric builder and assessment tools.
Writer uses words that communicate clearly, but the writing lacks variety, punch or flair. Writer uses a limited vocabulary that does not communicate strongly or capture the reader's interest. Lead The lead is inviting and draws the reader into the article. Refer to the Rubric for Writing the Newspaper Article (see associated file) and tell students the final draft may be handwritten with sketches or composed on computer with a picture and/or graphic.
7. To get an "A" on this or any assignment, the most important strategy is to structure it by writing one paragraph about each concept from the assignment instructions. Students have to complete interview assignments for a psychology, English, social studies, anthropology -- the list goes on and on.