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General Discussion Rubric

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Rubric

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Prompt: Student responds thoroughly to the prompt, answering all elements of the question. The response uses elements from the reading and knowledge form the course to provide intelligent response. The response will have correct spelling and correct usage of grammatical conventions.
Prompt: Student responds to the prompt, answering all elements of the question. The response uses some elements from the reading and knowledge form the course to provide intelligent response. The response attempts to have correct spelling and correct usage of grammatical conventions.
Prompt: Student responds to the prompt, answering some of the elements of the question. The response uses only personal opinion The response has some errors in correct spelling and correct usage of grammatical conventions.
Prompt: Student responds to the prompt, answering a few of the elements of the question. The response uses only personal opinion. The response has many errors in correct spelling and correct usage of grammatical conventions.
Prompt: Student did not respond to the prompt, but entered a comment that is not entirely relevant. The response uses only personal opinion. The response does not appear to be edited.
Responding to peers: Comments on peer responses are positive, even when critiquing and do not make personal attacks. Students will use information from the course or the reading to support the opinion. Students responded to at least 3 of their peers per discussion. The more you respond to others the better your score will be. Responding to peers: Comments on peer responses are positive, even when critiquing and do not make personal attacks. Students will use some information from the course or the reading to support the opinion. Students responded to at least 2 of their peers per discussion. The more you respond to others the better your score will be. Responding to peers: Comments on peer responses are positive and do not make personal attacks. Students only respond with personal opinion. Students responded to at least 2 of their peers per discussion. The more you respond to others the better your score will be.

Responding to peers:

Comments on peer responses are positive and do not make personal attacks. Students only respond with personal opinion. Students responded to only 1 of their peers per discussion.

Responding to peers:

If you make a negative comment on a peers comment (this is different from disagreeing with them) that attacks them personally, you will automatically receive a failing grade for the discussion. 

Language: Students do not use any inappropriate language, such as slang, text lingo, or curses. Diction choices are appropriate to the topic and help to support the overall response.  
Language: Students do not use any inappropriate language, such as slang, text lingo, or curses. Diction choices are not always a perfect fit to the topic but it helps to support the overall response.  
Language: Students do not use any inappropriate language, such curses but there are the occasional slips while using slang or text lingo. Words could be chosen more precisely.
Language: Students do not use any inappropriate language, such curses but there are the some slips while using slang or text lingo. Words should be chosen more precisely.
Language: If you choose inappropriate language such as curses, slang, or offensive language students will automatically receive a failing grade. 

 

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