Final Project Final Project Criteria Ratings Pts Content view longer description

Place your order now for a similar assignment and have exceptional work written by our team of experts, At affordable ratesFor This or a Similar Paper Click To Order NowFinal ProjectFinal ProjectCriteria Ratings PtsContentview longer description55 ptsExcellentA well thought out response given based on the prompt. The response includes an excellent 1) introduction, 2) description of the chosen group, 3) discussion of the chosen theoretical perspective, 4) application of the chosen theoretical perspective, 5) examination of how the chosen group compares to society as a whole, and 6) a conclusion.45 ptsGoodA well thought out response given based on the prompt. The response includes a good 1) introduction, 2) description of the chosen group, 3) discussion of the chosen theoretical perspective, 4) application of the chosen theoretical perspective, 5) examination of how the chosen group compares to society as a whole, and 6) a conclusion. However, one or two of these required sections may be weak.35 ptsUnsatisfactoryA partially thought out response given based on the prompt. The response includes an 1) introduction, 2) description of the chosen group, 3) discussion of the chosen theoretical perspective, 4) application of the chosen theoretical perspective, 5) examination of how the chosen group compares to society as a whole, and 6) a conclusion. However, three or four of these required sections may be weak.25 ptsNeeds WorkAn insufficient response given based on the prompt. The response includes an 1) introduction, 2) description of the chosen group, 3) discussion of the chosen theoretical perspective, 4) application of the chosen theoretical perspective, 5) examination of how the chosen group compares to society as a whole, and 6) a conclusion. However, all these required sections may be weak or one or two of these sections is missing completely.0 ptsNo Marks/ 55 ptsReputable Sourcesview longer description10 ptsExcellentThe project includes at least 4 reputable sources.8 ptsGoodThe project includes at least 4 sources, but one of them is not from a reputable source.6 ptsUnsatisfactoryThe project includes at least 4 sources, but two of them are not from a reputable source.4 ptsNeeds WorkThe project includes at least 4 sources, but three of them are not from a reputable source.0 ptsNo Marks/ 10 ptsImagesview longer description10 ptsExcellentFor a text submission, 3–5 images are included that highlight concepts/examples in the paper. For a PowerPoint, images are shown to highlight what is being talked about.8 ptsGoodFor a text submission, 3 images are included, but 1 of the images may not be related to the topic. For a PowerPoint, images are shown to highlight what is being talked about, but there are a few instances of too much text on particular slides or too many images not relating to what is being talked about.6 ptsUnsatisfactoryFor a text submission, 3 images are included, but 2 of the images may not be related to the topic. For a PowerPoint, images are shown to highlight what is being talked about, but there are several instances of too much text on particular slides or too many images not relating to what is being talked about.4 ptsNeeds WorkFor a text submission, 3 images are included, but the images do not relate to the topic. For a PowerPoint, images are shown to highlight what is being talked about, but there is too much text on the slides or to many images not relating to what is being talked about.0 ptsNo Marks/ 10 ptsWriting or Presentation Rulesview longer description10 ptsExcellentFor a text submission—The following are met: 1) Writing is clear and free from grammatical and spelling errors. 2) The response uses conventional college writing style with complete sentences and paragraphs. 3) Paper meets expected length. 4) Tone of the paper is respectful and could promote collegial discussion. For a PowerPoint submission—The following are met: (1) The presentation is free from major grammatical errors. 2) The presentation is free of major audio problems that impede the understanding of the speaker. 3) The presentation meets the expected length. 4) The presentation’s tone is respects and could promote collegial discussion.8 ptsGoodFor a text submission, 3 images are included, but 1 of the images may not be related to the topic. For a text submission—Three of the following are met: 1) Writing is clear and free from grammatical and spelling errors. 2) The response uses conventional college writing style with complete sentences and paragraphs. 3) Paper meets expected length. 4) Tone of the paper is respectful and could promote collegial discussion. For a PowerPoint submission—Three of the following are met: (1) The presentation is free from major grammatical errors. 2) The presentation is free of major audio problems that impede the understanding of the speaker. 3) The presentation meets the expected length. 4) The presentation’s tone is respects and could promote collegial discussion.6 ptsUnsatisfactoryFor a text submission—Two of the following are met: 1) Writing is clear and free from grammatical and spelling errors. 2) The response uses conventional college writing style with complete sentences and paragraphs. 3) Paper meets expected length. 4) Tone of the paper is respectful and could promote collegial discussion. For a PowerPoint submission—Two of the following are met: (1) The presentation is free from major grammatical errors. 2) The presentation is free of major audio problems that impede the understanding of the speaker. 3) The presentation meets the expected length. 4) The presentation’s tone is respects and could promote collegial discussion.4 ptsNeeds WorkFor a text submission—One of the following is met: 1) Writing is clear and free from grammatical and spelling errors. 2) The response uses conventional college writing style with complete sentences and paragraphs. 3) Paper meets expected length. 4) Tone of the paper is respectful and could promote collegial discussion. For a PowerPoint submission—One of the following is met: (1) The presentation is free from major grammatical errors. 2) The presentation is free of major audio problems that impede the understanding of the speaker. 3) The presentation meets the expected length. 4) The presentation’s tone is respects and could promote collegial discussion.0 ptsNo Marks/ 10 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeDepth of Reasoningview longer descriptionthreshold: 34 ptsExceeds Mastery3 ptsMastery2 ptsNear Mastery1 ptsBelow Mastery0 ptsNo Evidence/ 4 ptsTotal Points: 0For This or a Similar Paper Click To Order NowRelated