Leading and Managing People/PMAN102/Marking Rubric

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Marking Rubric (100 marks, 100%)

Use the rubric below to give yourself an idea of how well you have completed the assessment. This is the same rubric that will be used to mark your assessment if you choose to be formally assessed for credit.

Part A: Leading versus managing essay (50 marks, 50%)

Criteria Achieved Achieved Not achieved
Purpose and objective(s)
/4 marks
The purpose and objective(s) of the essay are clear, and the essay addresses the objective(s) in a very focused and logical manner
(4 marks)
The purpose and objective(s) of the essay are somewhat clear, and the essay addresses the objective(s) satisfactorily
(2 to 3 marks)
The purpose and objective(s) of the essay are vague, and the essay barely addresses the objective(s)
(0 to 1 mark)
Links to content
/5 marks
The analysis makes explicit mention of the course content and theories therein, and uses these theories and linkages to back up their argument throughout the whole analysis
(4 to 5 marks)
The analysis makes explicit mention of the course content and theories therein, but doesn't make clear links between their argument and the theory
(2 to 3 marks)
The analysis only makes passing mention of the course content and theories discussed therein
(0 to 1 mark)
Definition of manager and leader
/5 marks
The analysis provides a clear definition of both roles and uses sources to back up the definition
(4 to 5 marks)
The analysis provides a clear definition of at least one of the two roles and/or of both, but with no sources to back up the definition
(2 to 3 marks)
The analysis provides a vague definition of the two roles, manager and leader
(0 to 1 mark)
Discussion
/15 marks
Discussion is clearly purpose oriented. It is organised in a considered, relevant manner, and leads the reader logically to the conclusions and recommendations
(10 to 15 marks)
Discussion is purpose oriented and organised but not always to the best effect. The discussion provides justification and explanation leading to conclusions and recommendations, but this is not always clear to the reader
(6 to 10 marks)
Discussion is purpose oriented and organised but not to the best effect. The discussion provides some justification and explanation leading to conclusions and recommendations, but is at times muddled and unclear
(0 to 4 marks)
Formal structure and presentation
/5 marks
All required elements of the essay are present and completed to a high standard. Information effectively and efficiently conveyed; highly focused; easily understood. The document is professionally presented, using informative headings and figures/tables where appropriate
(4 to 5 marks)
All required elements of the essay are present, though some important information is occasionally missed. The essay is reasonably clear and completed to a satisfactory standard. Attention to the presentation is given, but may not be well executed
(2 to 3 marks)
Some of the required elements or key information are missing or at times are muddled or irrelevant. Little attention given to presentation
(0 to 1 mark)
Clarity and conciseness
/4 marks
Information effectively and efficiently conveyed; highly focused; easily understood
(4 marks)
Information reasonably clear; occasionally misses important information
(2 to 3 marks)
Information at times muddled or irrelevant; misses important information
(0 to 1 mark)
Technical writing skills
/4 marks
No spelling errors, correct punctuation and grammar, uses paragraphs and complete sentences
(4 marks)
Occasional lapses in spelling, punctuation, and grammar, but not enough to seriously distract the reader
(2 or 3 marks)
Lapses in spelling, punctuation, and grammar which make it difficult for the reader to follow
(0 to 1 mark)
Vocabulary
/4 marks
Highly appropriate, well-chosen, precise and varied vocabulary. Consistently uses correct word choice and discipline-specific terminology
(4 marks)
Mostly appropriate vocabulary which is not overly repetitive. Mostly uses correct word choice and discipline-specific terminology
(2 or 3 marks)
Some appropriate vocabulary with tendency to be repetitive. Some correct word choice and discipline-specific terminology
(0 or 1 mark)
Referencing
/4 marks
Sources cited with full reference details
(4 marks)
Sources cited with enough detail to locate the source
(2 or 3 marks)
Sources cited with sparse reference details
(0 to 1 mark)


Part B: The happy workforce learning challenge (25 marks 25%)

Crieria Achieved Achieved Not achieved
Argument
/12 marks
All or most responses to assessment questions are clearly stated, on topic, and defensible
(9 to 12 marks)
Only some responses to assessment questions are clearly stated, on topic, and defensible
(5 to 8 marks)
Few responses to assessment questions are clearly stated, on topic, and defensible
(0 to 4 marks)
Application of readings and resources
/9 marks
Course materials are always or mainly used in an appropriate and thoughtful manner
(7 to 9 marks)
Course materials are sometimes used in an appropriate and thoughtful manner
(3 to 6 marks)
Course materials are very seldom used in an appropriate and thoughtful manner
(0 to 2 marks)
Bibliography
/4 marks
All or most sources are correctly cited using appropriate reference style
(4 marks)
Sources generally adhere to the appropriate reference style, but contain a few errors and inconsistencies
(2 to 3 marks)
Sources cited with sparse reference details
(0 to 1 mark)


Part C: The conflict resolution learning challenge (25 marks, 25%)

Crieria Achieved Achieved Not achieved
Argument/explanation
/12 marks
All or most responses to assessment questions are clearly stated, on topic, and defensible, including a clear explanation of the conflict being discussed
(9 to 12 marks)
Only some responses to assessment questions are clearly stated, on topic, and defensible. Explanation of conflict being discussed sometimes clear.
(5 to 8 marks)
Few responses to assessment questions are clearly stated, on topic, and defensible. Explanation of conflict being discussed nopt very clear.
(0 to 4 marks)
Application of readings and resources
/9 marks
Course materials are always or mainly used in an appropriate and thoughtful manner and applied to analyze the conflict-resolution style
(7 to 9 marks)
Course materials are sometimes used in an appropriate and thoughtful manner and/or sometimes applied to analyze the conflict-resolution style
(3 to 6 marks)
Course materials are very seldom used in an appropriate and thoughtful manner and/or seldom applied to analyze the conflict-resolution style
(0 to 2 marks)
Bibliography
/4 marks
All or most sources are correctly cited using appropriate reference style
(4 marks)
Sources generally adhere to the appropriate reference style, but contain a few errors and inconsistencies
(2 to 3 marks)
Sources cited with sparse reference details
(0 to 1 mark)