SECOND TRIMESTER

REFLECTION

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The total number of points you can earn is 32 if the last category is required.

 CATEGORY 4 3 2 1
 What I learnedTopic is clearly explained in the author's own words and addressing all major concepts.
Attribution is given when quoting from a source.
Topic is clearly explained in the author's own words and addressing most concepts.
Attribution is missing when quoting from a source.
Topic is poorly explained and some concepts are missing.Topic is explained at a superficial level missing important concepts.
 DifficultiesIdentifies a specific area of concern and explains the difficulty in detail.Identifies a specific area of concern and offers an explanation of the difficulty.

 Explains general difficulties superficially.Identifies general difficulties.
Problem
Solving
Reflects in depth on own work addressing strengths and weaknesses and provides an example. Reflects well on work addressing strengths and/or weaknesses. An example is provided.Reflects on work superficially. Either strengths or weaknesses are missing. An example is provided.Reflects on work without providing a concrete example.
 Posting Deadline

The posting was made by the deadline.  The posting was made one day after deadline. The posting was made 2 days after deadline. The posting was made 3 days after deadline.
Comments Deadline The comments were made by the deadline.The comments were made within one day after deadlineThe comments were made 2 days after deadline. The comments were made 3 days after deadline.
 Writing Comments

Comments are constructive and lead to improvement of posting and/or recognition of specific items is made.Comments are constructive but offer no specific recognition or ideas for improvement.Comments are somehow constructive. Comments are superficial.
Response to CommentsAuthor responds to opinions and/or suggestions made in comments within one day of reading comments.
Author responds to opinions and/or suggestions made in comments one day after reading comments. Author responds to opinions but does not address suggestions. Author does not address comments.
 ApplicationThe example indicates an ability to relate concepts to everyday situations in depth.The example indicates an ability to somehow relate concepts to everyday situations.
 The example makes minimal reference to concepts.The example does not make reference to concepts.

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Dolores Gende,
Jan 12, 2010, 9:40 AM
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