Template:Project Rubric

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Use of a project rubric is

Usage

A rubric for project assessment should be created by copying the template below into the blank article and then filling in the sections.


Blank template with basic parameters

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| '''Research''' ||   ||   ||   ||   ||  
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| ''Statement of problem - context, purpose and terms'' || Shows clear context and purpose for project.  Includes comprehensive list of terms.  Clearly states research questions and hypothesis. || Shows clear context and purpose for project.  Includes a developing list of terms.  Clearly states research questions.  States developing hypothesis. || Most elements of context and purpose stated clearly.  Includes a developing list of terms.  States developing research questions.  States developing hypothesis. || Some elements of context and purpose stated clearly.  Includes a beginning list of terms.  Research questions and hypothesis unclear. || Context and purpose not stated.  No list of terms.  No research questions and hypothesis.
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| ''Literature review'' || Thorough review of relevant resources - includes seminal works.  Clearly links information gathered to thesis - with excellent explanation. || Good review of relevant resources.  Clearly links information gathered to thesis - with some explanation. || Good review of relevant resources.  Clearly links information gathered to thesis - no explanation. || Developing review of relevant resources.  Identifies some links to thesis - no explanation. || No review oof resources, or resources irrelevant.  Identifies no links to thesis.  
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| ''Method - research design, materials, procedure'' || Clear and descriptive statement of research design.  Identifies all materials to be used - includes how they will be accessed.  Provides a step-by-step description of how the project will be completed - includes method for modifications. || Clear statement of research design - some description.  Identifies all materials to be used.  Provides a step-by-step description of how the project will be completed - no method for modifications. || Clear statement of research design - no description.  Identifies most materials to be used.  Some elements of step-by-step description of how project will be completed missing. || Partial statement of research design - with or without description.  Identifies some materials to be used.  Some elements of step-by-step description of how project will be completed missing. || No statement of research design.  Identifies no materials to be used. Only some elements of step-by-step description of how project will be completed are included.
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| '''Content''' ||   ||   ||   ||   || 
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| ''Introduction'' || Highlights main points, without providing details. || Highlights main points, with some details. || Some overview of main points. || Some overview of main points. || Main points not presented.
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| ''Fact base'' || Facts provide effective support.  Consistently detailed.  Excellent variety of sources. || Facts provide substantial support.  Detailed.  Good variety of sources. || Facts provide some support.  Lacking details.  Some variety of sources. || Few facts provided.  Lacking details.  Limited variety of sources. || Few or no facts provided.  No details.  No variety of sources. 
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| ''Depth/Analysis'' || Facts consistently linked to thesis - explanations are effective.  Critical thinking obvious.  Full understanding of topic demonstrated. || Facts generally linked to thesis - explanations are effective.  Needs additional analysis in some places.  Solid understanding of topic demonstrated. || Facts not always linked to thesis.  Need more analysis and explanation.  Developing understanding of topic demonstrated. || Facts rarely linked to thesis.  Needs more analysis and explanation.  Beginning understanding of topic demonstrated. || Facts not linked to thesis.  Lacks analysis and explanation.  No understanding of topic demonstrated.
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| ''Conclusion'' || Properly restates thesis.  Summarises main points, with no new data.  Identifies varied and interesting future applications of knowledge. || Restates thesis.  Summarises main points, with no new data.  Identifies varied applications of knowledge. || Restates thesis, poorly worded.  Unclear summary of main points. Identifies limited applications of knowledge. || Restates thesis, poorly worded.  Unclear summary of main points.  Identifies only one application of knowledge. || Thesis not restated.  No summary of main points.  Identifies no applications of knowledge.
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| '''Referencing''' ||   ||   ||   ||   ||  
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| ''In-text citation|| Demonstrates attention to detail - all aspects of formatting are correct every time.  Uses notes to further explain use of source. || Demonstrates attention to detail - all aspects of formatting are correct most times.  Uses some notes to explain use of sources. || Demonstrates developing attention to detail - all aspects of formatting are correct. || Demonstrates beginning attention to detail - some aspects of formatting are correct. || Demonstrates no attention to detail - formatting is consistently incorrect.
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| ''Full citations/Reference list'' || Demonstrates attention to detail - all aspects of formatting are correct every time.  Uses notes to further explain use of source. || Demonstrates attention to detail - all aspects of formatting are correct most times.  Uses some notes to explain use of sources. || Demonstrates developing attention to detail - all aspects of formatting are correct. || Demonstrates beginning attention to detail - some aspects of formatting are correct. || Demonstrates no attention to detail - formatting is consistently incorrect.
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--Beth Kicinski 14:01, 4 June 2012 (EST)

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