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Australian Studies (AUST40001) ASSESSMENT 3 Grading Criteria Recorded Group Presentation and Information Handout

GROUP GRADE (70%)

GROUP

HD

D

C

P

F

Content - slides & handout

Content demonstrates critical thinking and deep understanding of topic.

Content demonstrates critical thinking and good understanding of the topic.

Content is relevant and demonstrates generally good understanding of the topic.

Content is mostly relevant and demonstrates some understanding of the topic.

Content is irrelevant or may not demonstrate understanding of the topic. There may be some plagiarism.

(35%)

Research &

An excellent range of appropriate resources with sophisticated integration. Accurate citations and reference list.

A good range of appropriate resources with appropriate integration. Minor errors in citations and/or reference list.

An adequate range of appropriate resources. Good attempt at Harvard referencing, some errors.

Most resources are appropriate but not all. Harvard style referencing attempted but major errors.

Limited appropriate resources. Harvard style referencing has not been attempted.

referencing

(15%)

Grammar & vocabulary - slides & handout

Language is engaging and mostly accurate. No spelling errors.

Language is clear and appropriate. Errors do not interfere with meaning. No spelling errors.

Language is mostly appropriate, clear and accurate. Spelling errors are rare.

Language is generally clear, but there are some errors which create confusion. Some spelling errors.

Frequent language errors create confusion. Frequent spelling errors. There is some plagiarism.

(10%)

Design & layout, sound recording & submission

Design is persuasive and very engaging. Recording is professional. Assessment submitted correctly.

Design is clear and engaging. Recording is clear, with no disruptions. Assessment submitted correctly.

Design is clear, communicates message. Recording is generally clear. Assessment submitted correctly.

Design sometimes interferes with communication. Recording is not always clear. Assessment submitted correctly, minor errors.

Design creates some confusion. Recording is often unclear. Assessment not submitted correctly.

(10%)

A. Forsyth June 2015

Australian Studies (AUST40001) ASSESSMENT 3 Grading Criteria Recorded Group Presentation and Information Handout

INDIVIDUAL GRADE (30%)

INDIVIDUAL

HD

D

C

P

F

Grammar &

Spoken language is appropriate and mostly accurate.

Spoken language is clear and appropriate. Errors do not interfere with meaning.

Spoken language is mostly clear and appropriate. There are some errors.

Spoken language is generally clear and appropriate, but there are some errors which cause confusion.

Spoken language contains frequent errors which cause confusion. There is some plagiarism.

vocabulary -

presentation

(10%)

Delivery (voice)

Presentation is persuasive and engaging. Delivery techniques are used professionally. Presentation is spoken not read.

Presentation is engaging. Some delivery techniques are used to create interest. Presentation is spoken not read.

Presentation is generally engaging. Delivery techniques are attempted. Presentation is mostly spoken not read.

Presentation is sometimes engaging. Some awkwardness. Some delivery techniques are attempted. There may be some reading.

Presentation is awkward or stilted. Delivery techniques are not attempted. Presentation is often read.

(10%)

Participation &

Every effort is made to support the team. Written reflection is clear, insightful and genuine.

Good effort has been made to support the team. Written reflection is clear and genuine.

Effort has generally been made to support the team. Written reflection is mostly clear and usually genuine.

Some effort has been made to support the team. Written reflection is submitted, but may not be clear or genuine.

Limited or no effort to support the team. Written reflection is not submitted, or may be completely unclear or plagiarised.

contribution

(10%)

(peer

reflections plus

teacher

observations)

A. Forsyth June 2015