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For Amanda Iglesias by Carolina Mendoza

Criteria

SLO #1: Write formally


and informally, in-class
and out-of-class, for a
variety of audiences and
purposes.

SLO #2: Find, evaluate,


select, synthesize,
organize, ethically cite,
and present information
from a variety of
sources appropriate to
their disciplines.

363 Review Article Rubric, By Leslie Bruce

Absent or Below Basic

Audience's needs are often


not recognized: terms and
ideas either need explanation
or are over explained and
language needs adjustment
for the journal's audience.
Purpose (to familiarize
readers with research
regarding a contemporary
subject of interest) isn't clear
or achieved.

Fails to use MLA- or APA-style


parenthetical citations,
quotation marks, and works
cited list as specified by
journal. Frequently uses
irrelevant or unpersuasive
sources.

Developing

Shows some attention to


audience's needs, sometimes
defining necessary terms and
ideas and using audienceappropriate language. Purpose
(to familiarize readers with
research regarding a
contemporary subject of
interest) may be unclear at
times, and it may not be
achieved convincingly.

Proficient

Advanced

Usually shows attention to


audience's needs, defining
necessary terms and ideas and
using audience-appropriate
language. Purpose (to familiarize
readers with research regarding a
contemporary subject of interest)
may be implied, but it's clear and
achieved.

Shows sophisticated attention to


audience's needs, defining
necessary terms and ideas and
using audience-appropriate
It wasn't clear who the
language. Purpose (to familiarize article is targeting. Since
readers with research regarding a
its a bit techniqcal I am
contemporary subject of interest)
guessing you are aiming
is clear and achieved with style.

A few errors in MLA- or APAstyle parenthetical citations,


quotation marks, and works
cited list. Sometimes uses
irrelevant or unpersuasive
sources.

Almost always uses MLA- or APAstyle parenthetical citations,


quotation marks, and works cited
list as specified by journal. Use of
sources is usually relevant and
persuasive.

Correctly uses MLA- or APA-style


parenthetical citations, quotation
marks, and works cited list as
specified by journal. Use of
sources is always relevant and
persuasive.

for a scientific community

Your citations are great,


you add them in the
correct time

SLO #3: Compare,


contrast, and synthesize
carefully and objectively
the relative merits of
alternative or opposing
arguments,
assumptions, and
cultural values.

Fails to demonstrate
similarities and differences
between research of different
scholars. May be biased in
presentation of research.
Descriptions of research may
be unclear.

Sometimes demonstrates
similarities and differences
between research of different
scholars. Attempts to
synthesize this research
carefully and objectively.
Some descriptions may be
unclear.

Usually demonstrates similarities


and differences between research
of different scholars with clarity.
Synthesizes this research carefully
and objectively. Describes the
research, usually noting
objectively merits of various
procedures.

Demonstrates similarities and


differences between research of
different scholars with clarity and
I really liked the way you
sophistication. Synthesizes this
research carefully and objectively. group similar results in
order to present the
Describes the research, noting
general idea of the field
objectively merits of various
procedures.

SLO #4: Organize ones


thoughts and
communicate them
clearly to address a
rhetorical situation.
Employs IMRAD
structure where
appropriate.

Organizational devices
(statement of purpose,
headings, topic sentences,
transitions) may be absent,
unrelated to the prompt, or
illogically connected. Ps are
usually not unified or
organized.

Organizational devices
(statement of purpose,
headings, topic sentences,
transitions) fit the prompt, but
may be vague, too broad, or
inconsistenly or illogically
linked. Ps may not be unified.

Clear, specific organizational


devices (statement of purpose,
headings, topic sentences,
transitions) fit the prompt and tie
ideas together adequately.

Clear, specific organizational


devices (statement of purpose,
headings, topic sentences,
transitions) fit the prompt and tie
ideas together logically and
seamlessly.

I did not observed the


IMRAD style but you did
divided in sections, so
maybe make your titles
more descriptive

SLO #5: Recognize,


evaluate, and employ
the features and
contexts of language
and design that express
5 and influence meaning
and that demonstrate
sensitivity to gender
and cultural differences.

Tone and/or design usually


suggest/s an absence of
awareness of audience and/or
generic conventions. Spelling,
syntax, diction, or
punctuation errors impede
readability.

Tone and/or design are/is


sometimes inappropriate or
unconventional. Spelling,
syntax, diction, or punctuation
errors impede readability or
otherwise distract from
meaning.

Appropriate tone and design


conform to assigned audience and
genre. Spelling, syntax, diction, or
punctuation errors are few and do
not distract from meaning.

Sophisticated tone and design


engage reader and conform to
assigned audience and genre.
Outstanding control of language,
including effective diction and
sentence variety.

You seemed very well


established in your
research and the topic is
very interesting.