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by Abrianna Lopez

Submission date: 16-Oct-2017 04:27PM (UT C-0700)


Submission ID: 863834467
File name: progress_report.docx (16.17K)
Word count: 466
Character count: 2310
This is a great start, Abrianna! You
could add some details and
proofread more closely to improve
it, but it's good now. :) To improve
future papers and/or if you decide
to revise this for your portfolio, use
the comments below as a guide.

dates? device? specif ics add

specif ics add milestones?

Proof read

good
Whit e Space
and milestone 4?

redundant

and will you finish on


time?
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GRADEMARK REPORT

FINAL GRADE GENERAL COMMENTS

Instructor

84
PAGE 1
/100

Text Comment. T his is a great start, Abrianna! You could add some details and proof read
more closely to improve it, but it's good now. :) T o improve f uture papers and/or if you decide to
revise this f or your portf olio, use the comments below as a guide.

Text Comment. dates? device?

QM specif ics add


sentences are always helped by specif ic details. replace general terms with specif ics.

QM specif ics add


sentences are always helped by specif ic details. replace general terms with specif ics.

Text Comment. milestones?

QM Proof read
Proof read caref ully to identif y and correct simple errors like those in this sentence.

Text Comment. good

QM White Space
White space is used to set sections apart. Avoid cramming headings and paragraphs together
and f ollow this common rule f or headings:
two white lines bef ore a heading, one white line af ter the heading. When creating columns
(which are vertical), separate them with vertical white space.

PAGE 2
Text Comment. and milestone 4?

QM redundant
somewhere in this sentence, you've used words that are unnecessary because other words in
the same sentence already serve your purpose (as in "f ree gif t").

Text Comment. and will you f inish on time?


RUBRIC: IFIXIT PROGRESS REPORT RUBRIC

CRIT ERIA 1 Advanced


Form & Organization

ABSENT/BELOW Sections organization is absent, illogical, or inconsistent; Headings may be absent or


BASIC do not describe content ef f ectively

DEVELOPING Sections organization isn't always clear or consistent; Headings may not describe
content ef f ectively

PROFICIENT Sections are usually organized logically and consistently; Headings describe content
adequately

ADVANCED Sections are organized logically and consistently; Headings describe content
concisely, specif ically, and accurately

CRIT ERION 2 Prof icient


Content & Persuasiveness

ABSENT/BELOW T he report f ails to describe the group's completed tasks, current work, and f uture
BASIC work; the group seems in danger of not f inishing the project on time.

DEVELOPING Descriptions of the group's completed tasks, current work, and f uture work may be
vague; evidence of the group's ability to complete the project on time isn't quite
convincing.

PROFICIENT Some specif ic details describe the group's completed tasks, current work, and f uture
work adequately; evidence of group's ability to complete the project on time is
convincing.

ADVANCED Specif ic details describe the group's completed tasks, current work, and f uture work
directly and aptly; evidence of group's ability to complete the project on time is
convincing.

CRIT ERION 3 Prof icient


Appearance

ABSENT/BELOW White space, f onts, and design are not used to increase the reader-f riendliness of
BASIC the report.

DEVELOPING White space, f onts, and design may be distracting or inef f ective.

PROFICIENT White space, f onts, and design are ef f ective.

ADVANCED White space, f onts, and design are ef f ective and attractive

CRIT ERION 4 Developing


Language
ABSENT/BELOW Spelling, syntax, diction, or punctuation errors impede readability.
BASIC

DEVELOPING Spelling, syntax, diction, or punctuation errors impede readability or otherwise distract
f rom meaning.

PROFICIENT Spelling, syntax, diction, or punctuation errors are f ew and do not distract f rom
meaning.

ADVANCED Outstanding control of language, including ef f ective diction and sentence variety.