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FOUN1014 Evaluation of Annotated Bibliography APA/CSE (15)

Generally, an A paper (11.5/15) reflects SUPERIOR QUALITY: uses APA name/year citation
format (with all formatting conventions) to document one scholarly journal article; provides focused summary
(on only material relevant to research question) which demonstrates clear understanding of the language and
substance of the original source (not just isolated sentences); has no occurrence of patchwriting, explains
relevance of source to Research Question, provides an insightful evaluative paragraph; explains/discusses,
with appropriate illustrations/examples from the text, how the audience and context influenced the authors
use of language; uses an appropriate tense consistently and contains virtually no expression errors. Remains
within word limit. [Very High Superior]

A+ Exceptional (13.5-15): consistently demonstrates a superior level of competence in all areas of analysis, content, organisation, style,
mechanics and documentation/exceptional performance and achievement in all aspects of the task [GP 4.3]
A Outstanding (12): consistently demonstrates a superior level of competence in most areas of analysis, content, organisation,
style, mechanics and documentation/superior in most aspects of the task [GP 4.0]
A- Excellent (11.5): consistently demonstrates a very high level of competence in most areas of analysis, content, organisation, style,
mechanics and documentation /very high level in most aspects of the task [GP 3.7]

Generally, a B paper (9-11) reflects GOOD QUALITY in all areas: uses APA name/year citation
format (with only minor errors) to document one scholarly journal article; provides focused summary which
demonstrates clear understanding of the language and substance of the original source (not just isolated
sentences); has no occurrence of patchwriting, explains relevance of source to Research Question, provides an
insightful evaluative paragraph; explains/discusses, with appropriate illustrations/examples from the text, how
the audience and context influenced the authors use of language; uses an appropriate tense consistently and
contains only occasional lapses in grammar/mechanics, may be somewhat wordy, (might exceed the word
limit). [High] B- (9, 9.5), B (10, 10.5) B+ (11)

Generally, a C+ (8, 8.5) paper reflects ADEQUATE QUALITY: uses APA name/year citation format
(with a few errors) to document scholarly journal article; provides a fairly cohesive summary of main
points, explains relevance of source to Research Question AND provides an evaluative paragraph that may
not be insightful; explains/discusses, with appropriate illustrations/examples from the text, how the
audience and context influenced the authors use of language; uses an appropriate tense most of the time
and contains only occasional lapses in grammar/mechanics. [Acceptable]

Generally, a C paper (7.5) reflects MINIMAL QUALITY; attempts to use APA name/year citation
format (with some errors, but demonstrating a clear intent to conform to APA) to document one scholarly
source; provides summary of main points, AND provides an evaluative paragraph that may not be
insightful; attempts to explain/discuss, with illustrations/examples from the text, how the audience and
context influenced the authors use of language; uses an appropriate tense most of the time and contains
occasional lapses in grammar/mechanics. [Marginal]

Generally, an F paper (0 7) fails to meet minimal requirements : has failed to accept the task, ie
is missing one of the three paragraphs, does not a scholarly sources; has excessive errors in citation format-
indicating absence of intent to conform to APA; does not have the required information, evaluation,
organization ; has excessive incidence of patchwriting and/or contains expression errors occurring at an
unacceptable frequency; [Unacceptable] Award-F1(6-7),F2(4.5-5.5), F3(0-4.) etc. depending
on number of areas of failure and or the quality of the failing area. NB: General course rule
re zero for plagiarism applies.

NB: Numbers have been deliberately adjusted to preserve the holistic nature of the assessment and
minimize overlaps.

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Revised for FOUN1014_ MT/October 24, 2013; MN Oct 5, 2017


Revised for FOUN1014_ MT/October 24, 2013; MN Oct 5, 2017