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Journal Review Grading Rubric ­ Dr. Schaeffer

Excellent 6 Points Is characterized by paraphrasing of the main idea (s) showing great consideration of topic under review. Summary of main idea(s) in article is complete. No evidence of copying of key phrases. Discussion may reveal discrepancies in article with scientific facts. Discussion includes all of the following: relates article to relevant content in textbook, cites additional sources to back up ideas, discussion of main points of article, implications for future studies. Adequate 4 Points Is characterized by paraphrasing of the main idea (s) showing good consideration of topic under review. Summary of main idea(s) in article is mainly complete. Some copying of key phrases is evident. Discussion may reveal discrepancies in article with scientific facts. Discussion lacking one of the following: relates article to relevant content in textbook, additional sources to back up ideas, discussion of main points of article, implications for future studies. Work written in proper English. Work effectively communicates ideas. Contains few, if any, errors in grammar, punctuation, capitalization & spelling. Thoughtful critique with specific examples of supporting evidence/reasons for students' conclusions. Article deals with a pertinent topic in healthcare from a reliable source. Needs Attention 2 Points Is characterized by paraphrasing of the main idea (s) showing fair consideration of topic under review. Summary of main idea(s) in article is incomplete. Substantial copying of key phrases is evident. Discussion may reveal discrepancies in article with scientific facts. Discussion lacking two of the following: relates article to relevant content in textbook, additional sources to back up ideas, discussion of main points of article, implications for future studies. Work written mostly in proper English. Work somewhat effectively communicates ideas. Contains minor errors in grammar, punctuation, capitalization & spelling. Critique is acceptable but lacks supporting evidence/reasons for students' conclusions. Article deals with a pertinent topic in healthcare but from a questionable source. Insufficient 0 Points Work shows little or no application of subject knowledge. Summary of main ideas in article is missing.

Summary Detail (6 points)

Discussion Content (6 points)

Discussion may reveal discrepancies in article with scientific facts. Discussion lacking three or more of the following: relates article to relevant content in textbook, additional sources to back up ideas, discussion of main points of article, implications for future studies. Work poorly written. Work does not communicate ideas clearly. Contains numerous grammar, punctuation, capitalization & spelling errors. Appears critique was written with little thought or purpose. Article is not on a pertinent topic in healthcare and is from an unreliable source.

Use of Grammar (4 points) N/A

Student Critique/ Source Reliability N/A (4 points)

Final Score

20

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