[Will be evaluated using 302 Remembering Understanding rubric]
Objective: After completing this preparatory assignment, you will be able to identify and explain the parts of a proposal.
Rationale: Proposals are commonplace. They “argue for work that needs to be done; they offer a method to find information, evaluate something new, solve a problem, or implement a change” (Locker and Kienzler 552). This assignment is meant to help you remember and understand the required elements of a proposal.
Directions: For this assignment, you will need to identify and explain the parts of a proposal for a class project. Note that although you can use the textbook’s terminology, you should not quote the textbook’s explanations for those terms.
302 Remembering and Understanding
302 Remembering and Understanding
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeLevel of EffortLevel of Effort. Puts forth honest effort to remembering and understanding the relevant course content. Creates thoughtful responses to assignment’s prompts.
Responds to assignment’s prompts in own words; connects content to previous or current experiences or knowledge so thoroughly that instructor couldn’t ask for better; uses complete sentences and paragraphing.
Responds to assignment’s prompts in own words; clearly connects content to previous or current experiences or knowledge; uses complete sentences and paragraphing.
Responds to assignment’s prompts in own words; makes attempt to connect content to previous or current experiences or knowledge but ideas need further development to be completely clear; uses complete sentences and paragraphing.
Responds by quoting from other sources; does not make an effort to create a response in own words; uses complete sentences and paragraphing
Provides few words of response; incomplete sentences.
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeAccuracy of ContentAccuracy of Content. Exhibits understanding of learned materials by using concepts and terminology from the course content. Demonstrates understanding of relevant course content by organizing, comparing, translating, interpreting, providing examples, and stating main ideas.
Responds to the prompts so completely and accurately that the instructor couldn’t ask for better.
Fully addresses the questions; shows clear understanding of the course material; clearly organizes, compares, translates, interprets, provides examples, or contextualizes the content.
Addresses the assignment’s prompts; has minimal misunderstanding of the course material; attempts to organize, compare, translate, interpret, provide examples, or contextualize the content but ideas need further development to be completely clear.
Minimally addresses the assignment’s prompts; has some misunderstanding of the course material; does not organize, compare, translate, interpret, provide examples, or contextualize the content.
Does not respond directly to the assignment’s prompts; misrepresents or misunderstands the relevant concepts.
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