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1 PROBLEM STATEMENT ASSESSMENT RUBRIC Abdilhamid Osman G10 42% 50% 42% 47% E

2 Your name here is not the same as in the Registrar's List Good file naming convention Total Errors: 10 Grade: F Good use of formal writing structures Good use of blank space to separate major parts of the letter Conciseness: Revise to remove “of” Use “and” only to connect equal ideas. Separate a new idea into a separate sentence..

3 In three weeks I will create English with 5 photos that shows 3 ways for AIU students(Gail,2013) can follow (Social learning theory,2012)how to set up study rooms(Applegate,2009 )in the campus to study effectively.Gail,2013Social learning theory,2012Applegate,2009 A*ABCPASSFAIL 01. Logic: Easily understood and logically clear meaning A*ABCPASSFAIL 02. Clarity: One complete sentence with no errors A*ABCPASSFAIL 03. Difficulty: A topic that can be at college-level A*ABCPASSFAIL 04. Specific Output: A clear product for grading A*ABCPASSFAIL 05. Viable Output: Doable before deadline A*ABCPASSFAIL 06. Beneficiary: Exactly who will benefit from proposal A*ABCPASSFAIL 07. Urgency: Beneficiary need is convincingly urgent A*ABCPASSFAIL 08. Specific Beneficiary: Beneficiary need is quantified A*ABCPASSFAIL 09. Relevance: What beneficiaries must do to meet needs A*ABCPASSFAIL 10. Objective Concepts: Measurable verbs and nouns A*ABCPASSFAIL 11. Original Input: Use of elements of originality A*ABCPASSFAIL 12. Proof: Use of authoritative support A*ABCPASSFAIL G010Complete Student Name #01 Mr. Osman10-Nov-13 ASSESSMENT RUBRIC : STATEMENT OF THE RESEARCH PROBLEM A* = 90 to 100 A = 80 to 90 B = 70 to 80 C = 60 to 70 D = 50 to 60 F = 0 to 49 [In drafting: PASS or FAIL grade only] 42% The idea “effectively” should be quantified There is no proof of urgency or criticality No measurable required action There is no measurable need The references are not clearly connected to the statement

4 Source : Tennen,G,Hagar,k.G(2013).helping students study. Online available at udying.jsp Theory : Bandura,A(1998). Social learning theory. Online available at al%20Learning%20Theory Urgency: Applegate, R. (2009). The library is for studying: student preferences for study space. The Journal of Academic Librarianship, 35(4), X udying.jsp al%20Learning%20Theory X Many punctuation errors. Title should be Helping Students to Study Effectively Format (Online available at) is incorrect. These yellow boxes indicate why your use of authoritative support is a FAIL grade. Please be guided accordingly. Tenen, G. should be one of the in-text citations in your statement.

5 It’s a long article. State the paragraph or paragraph number of the idea that is connected to your ideas. Write the title correctly Write the author names correctly; follow APA examples Paste a snapshot here to show where you got the date 2013 These yellow boxes indicate why your use of authoritative support is a FAIL grade. Please be guided accordingly.

6 Source : Tennen,G,Hagar,k.G(2013).helping students study. Online available at udying.jsp Theory : Bandura,A(1998). Social learning theory. Online available at al%20Learning%20Theory Urgency: Applegate, R. (2009). The library is for studying: student preferences for study space. The Journal of Academic Librarianship, 35(4), X udying.jsp al%20Learning%20Theory X Many punctuation errors. Title should be Social Learning Theory Format (Online available at) is incorrect. Bandura, A. should be one of the in-text citations in your statement.

7 Write the title correctly Who wrote this article? That’s the author. This article is not written by Bandura. It only quotes Bandura. Paste a snapshot here to show where you got the date 1998 I can’t see a connection. State the sentence or paragraph number of the part of the theory that explains or supports your proposal.

8 Source : Tennen,G,Hagar,k.G(2013).helping students study. Online available at udying.jsp Theory : Bandura,A(1998). Social learning theory. Online available at al%20Learning%20Theory Urgency: Applegate, R. (2009). The library is for studying: student preferences for study space. The Journal of Academic Librarianship, 35(4), X udying.jsp al%20Learning%20Theory X Title punctuation is incorrect The website address should be in the same paragraph, not a separate entry. I cannot see this part of the article on the link you provided.

9 Write the title correctly, including the punctuation See APA rule when the article is one of many in a publication: which title is in italics, and which title is in quote marks? I can’t see a connection. State the sentence or paragraph number of the part of the article that proves the urgency of your proposal. It is usually a bad idea to refer to an abstract; a complete article is best.

10 In three weeks, I will create information poster with 5 photos from the internet in English and Somali showing Somali people(Downing,1989) three ways to set up hospitals(Silveira and Allebeck,2001) for mentally and disability people in Somalia(Benson and Dundis,2003)Downing,1989Silveira and Allebeck,2001Benson and Dundis,2003) A*ABCPASSFAIL 01. Logic: Easily understood and logically clear meaning A*ABCPASSFAIL 02. Clarity: One complete sentence with no errors A*ABCPASSFAIL 03. Difficulty: A topic that can be at college-level A*ABCPASSFAIL 04. Specific Output: A clear product for grading A*ABCPASSFAIL 05. Viable Output: Doable before deadline A*ABCPASSFAIL 06. Beneficiary: Exactly who will benefit from proposal A*ABCPASSFAIL 07. Urgency: Beneficiary need is convincingly urgent A*ABCPASSFAIL 08. Specific Beneficiary: Beneficiary need is quantified A*ABCPASSFAIL 09. Relevance: What beneficiaries must do to meet needs A*ABCPASSFAIL 10. Objective Concepts: Measurable verbs and nouns A*ABCPASSFAIL 11. Original Input: Use of elements of originality A*ABCPASSFAIL 12. Proof: Use of authoritative support A*ABCPASSFAIL G010Complete Student Name #02 Mr.Osman16-Nov-13 ASSESSMENT RUBRIC : STATEMENT OF THE RESEARCH PROBLEM A* = 90 to 100 A = 80 to 90 B = 70 to 80 C = 60 to 70 D = 50 to 60 F = 0 to 49 [In drafting: PASS or FAIL grade only] 42% Beneficiary should do the required action There is no proof of urgency or criticality See the examples provided for you.examples See next few slides.

11 Source: Downing, R. (1989). A tale of two clinics—primary health care in refugee settings: lessons from Sudan and Somalia. Social Science & Medicine, 28(10), Urgency: Silveira, E., & Allebeck, P. (2001). Migration, ageing and mental health: an ethnographic study on perceptions of life satisfaction, anxiety and depression in older Somali men in east London. International Journal of Social Welfare, 10(4), /abstract Theory: Benson, S. G., & Dundis, S. P. (2003). Understanding and motivating health care employees: integrating Maslow's hierarchy of needs, training and technology. Journal of nursing management, 11(5), x/abstract?deniedAccessCustomisedMessage=&use rIsAuthenticated=false /abstract x/abstract?deniedAccessCustomisedMessage=&use rIsAuthenticated=false I cannot see this part of the article on the link you provided. I can’t see a clear connection. For best results, state the sentence or paragraph number of the part of the article that relates to your ideas. It is usually a bad idea to refer to an abstract; a complete article is best. Title punctuation is incorrect The website address should be in the same paragraph, not a separate entry.

12 Write the title correctly, including the punctuation See APA rule when the article is one of many in a publication: which title is in italics, and which title is in quote marks? I can’t see a clear connection. For best results, state the sentence or paragraph number of the part of the article that relates to your ideas. It is usually a bad idea to refer to an abstract; a complete article is best.

13 Source: Downing, R. (1989). A tale of two clinics—primary health care in refugee settings: lessons from Sudan and Somalia. Social Science & Medicine, 28(10), Urgency: Silveira, E., & Allebeck, P. (2001). Migration, ageing and mental health: an ethnographic study on perceptions of life satisfaction, anxiety and depression in older Somali men in east London. International Journal of Social Welfare, 10(4), /abstract Theory: Benson, S. G., & Dundis, S. P. (2003). Understanding and motivating health care employees: integrating Maslow's hierarchy of needs, training and technology. Journal of nursing management, 11(5), x/abstract?deniedAccessCustomisedMessage=&use rIsAuthenticated=false /abstract x/abstract?deniedAccessCustomisedMessage=&use rIsAuthenticated=false I cannot see this part of the article on the link you provided. I can’t see a clear connection. For best results, state the sentence or paragraph number of the part of the article that proves the urgency of your proposal. It is usually a bad idea to refer to an abstract; a complete article is best. Title punctuation is incorrect The website address should be in the same paragraph, not a separate entry.

14 Write the title correctly, including the punctuation See APA rule when the article is one of many in a publication: which title is in italics, and which title is in quote marks? I can’t see a clear connection. For best results, state the sentence or paragraph number of the part of the article that proves the urgency of your proposal It is usually a bad idea to refer to an abstract; a complete article is best.

15 Source: Downing, R. (1989). A tale of two clinics—primary health care in refugee settings: lessons from Sudan and Somalia. Social Science & Medicine, 28(10), Urgency: Silveira, E., & Allebeck, P. (2001). Migration, ageing and mental health: an ethnographic study on perceptions of life satisfaction, anxiety and depression in older Somali men in east London. International Journal of Social Welfare, 10(4), /abstract Theory: Benson, S. G., & Dundis, S. P. (2003). Understanding and motivating health care employees: integrating Maslow's hierarchy of needs, training and technology. Journal of nursing management, 11(5), x/abstract?deniedAccessCustomisedMessage=&u serIsAuthenticated=false /abstract x/abstract?deniedAccessCustomisedMessage=&u serIsAuthenticated=false I cannot see this part of the article on the link you provided. It is usually a bad idea to refer to an abstract; a complete article is best. Title punctuation is incorrect The website address should be in the same paragraph, not a separate entry.

16 Write the title correctly, including the punctuation See APA rule when the article is one of many in a publication: which title is in italics, and which title is in quote marks? I can’t see a clear connection. For best results, state the sentence or paragraph number of the part of the article that shows the theory used in your proposal It is usually a bad idea to refer to an abstract; a complete article is best. Always use the DOI in your reference list.

17 In three weeks, I will create an instruction poster with 5 photos in English and Somali showing for Somali people 5 steps (Kirk, 2001) to follow to plant rice(Mullen, 1989)tree in the country(Maslow, 1943)Kirk, 2001rice(Mullen, 1989Maslow, 1943 A*ABCPASSFAIL 01. Logic: Easily understood and logically clear meaning A*ABCPASSFAIL 02. Clarity: One complete sentence with no errors A*ABCPASSFAIL 03. Difficulty: A topic that can be at college-level A*ABCPASSFAIL 04. Specific Output: A clear product for grading A*ABCPASSFAIL 05. Viable Output: Doable before deadline A*ABCPASSFAIL 06. Beneficiary: Exactly who will benefit from proposal A*ABCPASSFAIL 07. Urgency: Beneficiary need is convincingly urgent A*ABCPASSFAIL 08. Specific Beneficiary: Beneficiary need is quantified A*ABCPASSFAIL 09. Relevance: What beneficiaries must do to meet needs A*ABCPASSFAIL 10. Objective Concepts: Measurable verbs and nouns A*ABCPASSFAIL 11. Original Input: Use of elements of originality A*ABCPASSFAIL 12. Proof (Bonus): Use of authoritative support A*ABCPASSFAIL G010Complete Student Name #03 Mr. Osman16-Nov-13 ASSESSMENT RUBRIC : STATEMENT OF THE RESEARCH PROBLEM A* = 90 to 100 A = 80 to 90 B = 70 to 80 C = 60 to 70 D = 50 to 60 F = 0 to 49 [In drafting: PASS or FAIL grade only] 50% First you said “plant vegetables” but now I see “rice tree”

18 If you exactly follow instructions, checking your work can be much faster.

19 Resource : Kirk, G. J. D. (2001). Plant-mediated processes to acquire nutrients: nitrogen uptake by rice plants. Plant and Soil, 232(1-2), Urgency: Mullen, J. (1989). Training and visit system in Somalia: Contradictions and anomalies. Journal of International Development, 1(1), Theory: Maslow, A. H. (1943). A theory of human motivation. Psychological review, 50(4), One purpose of a list of references to help your reader quickly find the ideas that you borrowed to help explain, support, or add detail to your own ideas. Your reference list does not seem to do this.

20 I can’t see a clear connection. For best results, state the sentence or paragraph number of the part of the article that supports the ideas in your proposal

21 I can’t see a clear connection. For best results, state the sentence or paragraph number of the part of the article that proves the urgency of your proposal

22 The hyperlink in your in-text citation should open the article, not the home page I tried this several times, but this is what I get. Take care that you input the correct information.


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