Business law

Business law
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(Excellent – A) Current APA formats were followed. Writer made no errors in grammar or spelling that distracted the reader from the content. All sentences sounded natural and were easy-on-the-ear when read aloud. Each sentence was clear and had an obvious emphasis. The writer used vivid words and phrases that lingered or drew pictures in the reader’s mind, and the choice and placement of the words seemed accurate, natural, and not forced.
20.0 pts
(Satisfactory – B) Writer made 1-10 errors in general APA format that distracted the reader from the content. Writer made 1-5 errors in grammar or spelling that distracted the reader from the content. Almost all sentences sounded natural and were easy-on-the-ear when read aloud, but 1 or 2 were stiff and awkward or difficult to understand. The writer used vivid words and phrases that lingered or drew pictures in the reader’s mind, but occasionally the words were used inaccurately or seemed overdone.
18.0 pts
(Passing – C) Writer made11-20 errors in APA format that distracted the reader from the content. Writer made 6-10 errors in grammar or spelling that distracted the reader from the content. Most sentences sounded natural and were easy-on-the-ear when read aloud, but several were stiff and awkward or were difficult to understand. The writer used words that communicated clearly, but the writing lacked variety, punch or flair.
16.0 pts
(Failing – F) Writer made more than 20 errors in APA format that distracted the reader from the content. Writer made more than 10 errors in grammar or spelling that distracted the reader from the content. The sentences were difficult to read aloud because they sounded awkward, were distractingly repetitive, or difficult to understand. The writer used a limited vocabulary that did not communicate strongly or capture the reader’s interest. Jargon or clichés were present and detracted from the meaning.
14.0 pts
20.0 pts
Topic
(Excellent – A) There was one clear, well-focused topic. The main idea stood out and was supported by detailed information. All supportive facts were reported accurately. Relevant, telling, quality details gave the reader important information that went beyond the obvious or predictable.
20.0 pts
(Satisfactory – B) Main idea was clear but the supporting information was general. Most supportive facts were reported accurately. Supporting details and information were relevant, but one key issue or portion of the storyline was unsupported.
18.0 pts
(Passing – C) Main idea was somewhat clear but there was a need for more supporting information. Some supportive facts were reported accurately. Supporting details and information were relevant, but several key issues or portions of the storyline were unsupported.
16.0 pts
(Failing – F) The main idea was not clear. There was a seemingly random collection of information. NO facts were reported OR most were inaccurately reported. Supporting details and information were typically unclear or not related to the topic.
14.0 pts
20.0 pts
Quality of Information
(Excellent – A) Balanced presentation of relevant and legitimate information that clearly supports a central purpose or argument and shows a thoughtful, in-depth analysis of a significant topic. Reader gains important insights. References are primarily peer reviewed professional journals or other approved sources. The reader is confident that the information and ideas can be trusted.
20.0 pts
(Satisfactory – B) Information provides reasonable support for a central purpose or argument and displays evidence of a basic analysis of a significant topic. Reader gains some insights. Although most of the references are professionally legitimate, a few are questionable (e.g., trade books, Internet sources, popular magazines. The reader is uncertain of the reliability of some of the sources.
18.0 pts
(Passing – C) Information supports a central purpose or argument at times. Analysis is basic or general. Reader gains few insights. Most of the references are from sources that are not peer reviewed and have uncertain reliability. The reader doubts the accuracy of much of the material presented.
16.0 pts
(Failing – F) Central purpose or argument is not clearly identified. Analysis is vague or not evident. Reader is confused or may be misinformed. There are virtually no sources that are professionally reliable. The reader seriously doubts the value of the material and stops reading.
14.0 pts
20.0 pts
Support of Ideas/Critical Analysis
(Excellent – A) Exceptionally critical, relevant, consistent connections among arguments, analysis, subtopics, & thesis/topic; excellent, appropriate conclusions.
20.0 pts
(Satisfactory – B) Consistent connections made among analysis of evidence, subtopics, arguments & thesis/topic; good and generally appropriate conclusions.
18.0 pts
(Passing – C) Some connections made among analysis of evidence, subtopics, arguments & thesis/topic; limited or somewhat inappropriate conclusions.
16.0 pts
(Failing – F) Limited connections made among analysis of evidence, subtopics, counterarguments & thesis/topic; complete lack of or inappropriate conclusions.
14.0 pts
20.0 pts
Conclusions and Recommendation
(Excellent – A) The conclusion(s) reached were correct and supported research. The recommendations were logical from the results of the study. The conclusion was strong and left the reader with a feeling that he/she understood what the writer was “getting at.”
20.0 pts
(Satisfactory – B) The conclusion(s) reached were logical but not fully supported by the research. The recommendations were not clear or only marginally related to the study. The conclusion was recognizable and tied up almost all the loose ends.
17.0 pts
(Passing – C) The conclusion(s) was (were) vague and hard to follow and left many question for the reader. The recommendations were vague and difficult to follow. The conclusion was recognizable, but did not tie up several loose ends.
15.0 pts
(Failing – F) There were no conclusions stated the related to the research. The recommendations were poorly worded or not related to the subject of the study. There was no clear conclusion, the paper just ends.
13.0 pts
20.0

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