1) Look at the student’s work.

The Hawaiian monarch, King Kalakua desired close ties between the 
2) Mark an X in the 1st column if you can answer any
of these questions about this student’s work.


Did the student read and
write the facts accurately? Can you prove it? 


Did the student write in
his own words? Or did the student do what The
Bedford Handbook calls “unacceptable borrowing” or plagiarism? Can you
prove it? 


Did the student use facts
not in the common source—or rely on memory or perhaps make up something? Can
you prove it? 


Did the student seem to
understand the facts? Can you prove it? 
3) Now click on the link to the right of this one.
Using that link, compare the student’s work with the source that the student used.
If your answer to a question above is different, mark an X in the 2^{nd} column.
Part of the presentation Hidden Barriers to Critical Thinking: Assessment and Solutions
A & M Assessment Conference, February 2010
Available at http://assessment.tamu.edu/resources/conference_2010.html
History – Dr. Bibus 

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