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Progress Report

by Jose Ramirez

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TIME SUBMITTED

09-OCT-2014 08:32AM

WORD COUNT

295

SUBMISSION ID

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CHARACTER COUNT

1500

good:
concise,
specific.

clever

for replacing the . . .?

add conclusion

Progress Report
GRADEMARK REPORT
FINAL GRADE

GENERAL COMMENTS

92

Instructor

/100

Great start! You should add a conclusion though. The


prompt, for example, says that progress reports
"discuss problems encountered and solutions found by
the team, and they forecast the teams ability to complete
the project according to their proposals original
schedule." A conclusion would be a good place to put
the forecasting.

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Text Comment.
QM

good: concise, specific.

Design prob |

Criterion 3

Can you apply more effective design principles?


Additional Comment are these paragraphs, sentences, bullets?

Text Comment.

clever

Text Comment.

for replacing the . . .?

Text Comment.

add conclusion

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RUBRIC: IFIXIT PROGRESS REPORT RUBRIC

CRITERIA 1

Advanced

Form & Organization


ABSENT/BELOW
BASIC

Sections organization is absent, illogical, or inconsistent; Headings may be absent or do


not describe content effectively

DEVELOPING

Sections organization isn't always clear or consistent; Headings may not describe content
effectively

PROFICIENT

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

ADVANCED

Sections are organized logically and consistently; Headings describe content concisely,
specifically, and accurately

CRITERION 2

Proficient

Content & Persuasiveness


ABSENT/BELOW
BASIC

The report fails to describe the group's completed tasks, current work, and future work; the
group seems in danger of not finishing the project on time.

DEVELOPING

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

PROFICIENT

Some specific details describe the group's completed tasks, current work, and future work
adequately; evidence of group's ability to complete the project on time is convincing.

ADVANCED

Specific details describe the group's completed tasks, current work, and future work directly
and aptly; evidence of group's ability to complete the project on time is convincing.

CRITERION 3

Proficient

Appearance
ABSENT/BELOW
BASIC

White space, fonts, and design are not used to increase the reader-friendliness of the
report.

DEVELOPING

White space, fonts, and design may be distracting or ineffective.

PROFICIENT

White space, fonts, and design are effective.

ADVANCED

White space, fonts, and design are effective and attractive

CRITERION 4

Advanced

Language
ABSENT/BELOW
BASIC

Spelling, syntax, diction, or punctuation errors impede readability.

DEVELOPING

Spelling, syntax, diction, or punctuation errors impede readability or otherwise distract from
meaning.

PROFICIENT

Spelling, syntax, diction, or punctuation errors are few and do not distract from meaning.

ADVANCED

Outstanding control of language, including effective diction and sentence variety.