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Chapter 3

SY210 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Association Of Road Racing Statisticians


Department
Sociology
Course Code
SY210
Professor
Michael Carroll
Chapter
3

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SY210 - Rubric for evaluating ARRs
Section
Successful
Not Successful
Part 1 Description
of author’s analytic
goal
Has clearly identified at least one of the author’s
main analytic goals
Understands the difference between the topic
being discussed and what the author wants to
accomplish in discussing that topic
Little or no filler*
Shows some confusion over the difference between the topic being
discussed and what the author wants to accomplish in discussing that
topic
May repeat some of the statements made by the author but it’s not
clear that the relationship between those statements and the author’s
analytic goal(s) is understood
Too much filler*
Part II Answers to
the selected
questions
Answers are concise; paragraphs are coherent;
and there is no doubt but that the student
understands the argument in the assigned article
Student seems to understand the main outlines of
the argument in the assigned article, but answer(s)
would have benefited from more thought
Little or no filler*
Does not provide a response to all the questions asked;
It is not clear that the student understands the argument being made;
and/or the answer provided is mainly filler*; and/or there are too
many spelling or grammatical errors for university-level work; and/or
the paragraphs lack coherence
Part III Peer review
feedback
Provides all the feedback required
Has not missed any obvious problems with the
answer being evaluated
Does not provide all the feedback required
Fails to call attention to some obvious problems in the answer being
evaluated
All sections
Text is legible; sentences are well-formed; word
use is appropriate; paragraphs are coherent
Text is not always legible; some sentences are not well-formed; some
words are not used appropriately; some paragraphs are not coherent
*Filler: material that may be from the assigned reading but that is peripheral to the core argument being advanced and that did not need to be
included in the answer.
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