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Marygrove College - Capstone C Project Katie Kneisel Spring 2014

Component/Rubric Score Outstanding 4 16 claims of growth through the MAT program are made for each section of the grid. 16 explanation paragraphs are included for each of the 16 boxes. The paragraphs make clear connections to coursework topics and clearly explain the products used to support the claim. 16 pieces of evidence are provided for each claim and demonstrate clear growth and application to teachers practice. Introduction is posted. References at least 10 different sources. References link to material appropriately. References clearly enhance support of claim. Average 3 10-15 claims of growth through the MAT program are made. 10-15 explanation paragraphs are included. The paragraphs make connections to coursework topics and explain the products used to support the claim. 10-15 pieces of evidence are provided for each claim and demonstrate growth and application to teachers practice. Needs Improvement 2 5-9 claims of growth through the MAT program are made. 5-9 explanation paragraphs are included. The paragraphs make little connections to coursework topics and somewhat explain the products used to support the claim. 5-10 pieces of evidence are provided for each claim. The evidence demonstrates little growth and application to teachers practice. Unacceptable 1 4-0 claims of growth through the MAT program are made. Explanation paragraphs are not included. It is difficult to see the connection between coursework topics and the products because of the lack of paragraphs. 0-5 pieces of evidence are provided for each claim. The evidence does not demonstrate growth or application to teachers practice. Score Weight Total

Claims of Growth

/4

X3

Support to Claim Paragraphs

/4

X6

Evidence of Growth

/4

X3

Introduction

/4 References 7-8 different sources. References link to material. References enhance support of claim. References 4-5 different sources. References sometimes link to material. References rarely enhance support of claim.

X1

Reference to Research

References 0-1 different sources; little support of claims.

/4

X3

Conventions, grammar, sentence structure, scholarly language Total Score

Well organized and includes fewer than three errors; errors do not impede meaning; only scholarly language is used.

Fairly well organized and includes fewer than five errors; errors do not impede meaning; scholarly language is mostly used.

Somewhat disorganized and includes more than five errors; errors do not confound meaning; lacks scholarly language.

Lacks organization and includes many errors that confound meaning; language not at a collegiate level.

/4

X2

/24

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