Rubric for assessment of the text

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Used for Case study assessment in 2010/2011 course

Criteria/levels of fulfillment max points: 10 max points: 5 points: 0 Assessment
Content quality of resources &well-founded argumentation: text shows knowledge, provides real(measurable) information; details go beyond the obvious or predictable; arguments are based on reliable resources found specifically for research; theories or statistical data presented insufficient information; details are more or less predictable; sometimes reliable but some of the argument is biased information is limited,repeated, no specific or original details; the author is just trying to sell an idea or opinion
Context wide context & core of the problem identified: problems understood in their inter-relationships, interlinked with similar themes, specific information fits into the whole picture; hidden causes of described phenomena are understood narrow context: problems not interrelated, random facts presented; specific information out of context
Practical relevance combines general, theoretical knowledge and global features with practical consequences and local context: shows concrete examples and has practical conclusions theoretical/practical knowledge and global/local perspective is not sufficiently balanced from either a purely global or the prevailing local perspective; examples from practice versus generalizations do not work; no practical relevance
Focus strong conclusions: values behind the topic are clear; main problem identified and discussed (analyzed); narrowing of topics -> channeled towards practical conclusions(at the end of the writing process) several topics with +- clear priorities; text is sometimes focused on minor problems and neglects importantones value orientation not certain; numerous topics with noclear priority; weak or totally impractical conclusions
Clarity logical structure of the text: ideas are clear, (every) paragraph declares a separate point; detail adds to the main idea, elements are in the right place ideas & focus of (every)paragraph need to be more specific; details need to be used in proper context(of other elements and main idea) ideas unclear, seem scrambled, jumbled, and disconnected; structure not logical; details do not fit with the main idea
Critical approach balanced text: opposing views presented one-sided ideology promoted
Commitment ethics (writing) &length (text): writing process basedon ethical values; time spent on writing above average ethical principles in writing not satisfactorily respected & time or attention paid to the writing not sufficient
Individual input & risk-taking initiative in researching topic: originality of the theme, independent work with resources some new perspectives, but some are replicated, insufficient initiative description of the problem does not bring any new perspectives; conclusions not original; insufficient resources
Formal features respecting academic genre: proper length of paragraphs, sufficient titles and subtitles, sources properly cited in the text and in the list of references – citation format respected no clear genre and structure, citation +/- OK mixed genre, titles and subtitles insufficient, sources not properly cited in the text, citation format not correct
Reaction on the peer review reviewer’s comments respected fully – or left out those which are not relevant – in which case an explanation is provided in the discussion reviewer’s comments not respected
Total (points) max 100
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