The grading of this project will be based on your thoughtfulness and the completeness of your submissions.

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Any kind of small group works whether it is work related or sports etc.
This is for a Communications 101 class so it does not have to be complicated or advanced in any way grammatically
Reflection Paper Grading Criteria

The grading of this project will be based on your thoughtfulness and the completeness of your submissions. This paper is worth 100 points. The breakdown is as follows:
50 points are earned by completing the instructions and by thoughtfully answering the questions as posed. You are expected to show evidence of thoughtful application of the theory/ideas/concepts learned through your reading and the information from Blackboard These questions will be found in Blackboard outlined in the instructions for Reflection Paper 1.

50 points are earned by following the criteria outlined in the Written Online Assignment Criteria :
a. Clarity: focus statements on specific topic and context; give examples; avoid vague generalities or undefined terms; help others to understand without any confusion.
Ask yourself: Have I provided clear information and examples that illustrate what I am saying?
b. Accuracy: give correct information that others can verify; students should acknowledge the limits of their knowledge of their topic.
Ask yourself: Have I included pertinent facts that support what I am saying? Have read the text and read supporting materials provided; including information from these sources in my responses?
c. Precision: provide specific details to support all statements.
Ask yourself: Are the details accurate not just my opinion?
d. Relevance: students should connect comments to the issues currently under discussion by the group and help others to understand those connections.
Ask yourself: Have I provided arguments and facts that relate to the question? Have I stayed on topic?
e. Depth: address the problem in all its complexity; consider the context of the problem, its root causes, and the other issues it brings up.
Ask yourself: Have I answered the questions with deep thought, not just the obvious? Have I attempted to think about the ramifications of the obvious?
f. Breadth: consider the problem from many points of view; think of how others might understand it.
Ask yourself: Have I only considered one person’s point of view or have I looked at the questions/problems from different perspectives?
g. Logic: students should consider how their statements and assumptions work together and communicate them so that others can follow their reasoning.
Ask yourself: Have I provided a logical argument? Is it easy for my reader to understand my thought process and follow my thinking?
h. Significance: focus on the most important elements of a topic or elements that others have overlooked; avoid repeating common knowledge.
Ask yourself: Have I offered a new point of view or a different way of approaching the question/problem or have I just restated the obvious?

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