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Grading Rubric - Written assignments, individual or group presentations are graded using the below rubric. If you miss an in class assignment where this rubric is to be used, the grade is 0.
1. DEVELOPING- 1 to 3-1/2 Grade (Explanation: Student needs assistance with written or oral communications of their expressions of thought, no specific point of view is identified in presentation and expression of content is limited.)
2. EMERGING- 4 to 6-1/2 Grade (Explanation: Student provides a written or oral communications point, his/her point of view is identified, changes direction in thoughts, has limited expressions on content.)
3. ADVANCED- 7 to 10 Grade (Explanation: Student has a strong written or oral communications point of view, a convincing position and provides presentation elements with clarity of expression.)
AJ001 Court Simulation- (Usually the second month of class)
Students "must" take part in the class court simulation. This simulation is designed to have "ALL" students in class participate. Failing to participate in this simulation will result in a full grade reduction for this course. Students who start and not finish the presentation, or get up and walk out of class during any part of the simulation, will also receive a full grade reduction for this course.
Remember, showing for class break out groups and participating in any preparation for your group is graded. So, you must show for all of your group work to understand the content. Students have clever excuses and different ways to miss class. This is simple, not attending the Court Simulation, will result in a full grade reduction.
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