Grade Charts

Grades for the Objective Exam

Number of points for each correct answer on an objective exam.

 

Grades for the Introductory Comparison

Where do the numbers come from that are written for the grade written next to the rubric?

This Excel spreadsheet states the scores from A to F for the 4 Criteria used in grading

Reading, Writing, Directions, and Mechanics For the 20 Point Comparison

 

It shows the scores from A to F for these4 Criteria:

Reading FOR Evidence (60% of the Comparisonís value)

Writing WITH Evidence (30% of the Comparisonís value)

Following Directions for Evidence (5% of the Comparisonís value)

Mechanics (5% of the Comparisonís value)

 

I handwrite the scores for each criteria to the right of the rubric and then add them. I enter them after you reply to the feedback. Why do I do it? By using an Excel spreadsheet to determine the points for grades within a letter grade (such as breaking apart a C-, two mid-point Cs, and a C+) I can give a few more points in individual cases than I can with the Turnitin rubric.