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Rubric for Final Project
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4321 or 0
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CriterionExceptionalAcceptableMarginalUnacceptableScore
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IntroductionYou introduce the disorder effectively and clearly and thoroughly discuss its etiology and prevalence.You introduce the disorder and adequately discuss its etiology and prevalence.You introduce the disorder ineffectively and inadequately discuss its etiology and prevalence.You introduce the disorder superficially and do not discuss its etiology and prevalence.
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Current therapy and diagnostic techniquesYou thoroughly describe current therapy and diagnostic techniques for the disorder.You adequately describe current therapy and diagnostic techniques for the disorder.You inadequately describe current therapy and diagnostic techniques for the disorder.You poorly describe, if at all, current therapy and diagnostic techniques for the disorder.
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Roles and responsibilities of PSG technicianYou thoroughly explain your specific roles and responsibilities as a PSG technician with respect to patients with the disorder.You adequately explain your specific roles and responsibilities as a PSG technician with respect to patients with the disorder.You inadequately explain your roles and responsibilities as a PSG technician with respect to patients with the disorder.You poorly explain, if at all, your roles and responsibilities as a PSG technician with respect to patients with the disorder.
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PSG findingsYou thoroughly describe the PSG findings you might expect to see with respect to the disorder.You adequatey describe the PSG findings you might expect to see with respect to the disorder.You inadequately describe the PSG findings you might expect to see with respect to the disorder.You poorly describe, if at all, the PSG findings you might expect to see with respect to the disorder.
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Content and analysisYou include effective supportive examples, provide a balanced presentation of pertinent information, and show a thoughtful, in-depth analysis; reader gains insights.You include adequate supportive examples and provide relevant information along with a basic analysis; reader gains some insights.You include insufficient supportive examples and provide limited information and analysis; reader gains few insightsYou provide little, if any, information and provide a vague analysis at best; reader is confused or may be misinformed.
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Organization and presentationYou arrange ideas clearly and logically and present the information in a clear and concise manner that is easy to follow.You arrange ideas logically and present the information in a manner that is easy to follow.You arrange ideas somewhat logically but present the information in a manner that is difficult to follow.You arrange ideas illogically and present the information in a manner that is difficult to follow.
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Documentation and supportYou demonstrate in-depth research into the disorder and support statements effectively with reliable sources that are clearly attributed.You demonstrate adequate research into the disorder and generally support statements with reliable sources that are clearly attributed.You demonstrate insufficient research into the disorder, use questionable resources at times, and support statements inconsistently.You demonstrate inadequate research, use poorly chosen sources, and do not support statements.
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Writing mechanicsYour writing demonstrates a sophisticated clarity, conciseness, and correctness.Your writing is accomplished in terms of clarity and conciseness and contains only a few errors.Your writing lacks clarity or conciseness and contains numerous errors.Your writing is unfocused, rambling, or contains serious errors.
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APA formatYou use APA format accurately and consistently.You use APA format with minor violations.You demonstrate an incomplete knowledge of APA format.You do not use APA format.
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Note: Criteria are evaluated on a 4-3-2-1-0 basis. Total rubric points are converted first to a letter grade and then to a numerical equivalent based on a 0-100 scale.
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Scale: 33–36 = A (93–100); 32 = A– (90–92); 30–31 = B+ (88–89); 24–29 = B (83–87); 23 = B– (80–82); 21–22 = C+ (78–79); 15–20 = C (73–77); 14 = C– (70–72); 7–13 = D (60–69); 0–6 = F (below 60).
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Rubric for Final Paper