MAKE A DECISION: Do you recommend that James and Maria move in together?
- Yes, they should move in together.
- James and Maria should move in together only after James works on XYZ.
- They should move in together only after Maria works on XYZ.
- No, they should not move in together.
Why? Give reasons for why you chose the way you did. Consider the following factors in your reasons:
- James and Maria’s respective family backgrounds
- James and Maria’s respective expectations of the relationship
- James and Maria’s respective values and beliefs
- Financial factors
PSY 1821 Case Development Rubric 2.1PSY 1821 Case Development Rubric 2.1CriteriaRatingsPtsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeContent20.0 to >15.0 ptsAdvancedAll key components of the Case Development questions are addressed. Proper terminology to describe concepts in the vignette are used (3 or more terms).15.0 to >10.0 ptsProficientMost key components of the Case Development questions are addressed. Proper terminology to describe concepts in the vignette are used (2 terms).10.0 to >5.0 ptsDevelopingSome key components of the Case Development questions are addressed. Proper terminology to describe concepts in the vignette are used (1 term).5.0 to >0.0 ptsPoorFew or no key components of the Case Development questions are addressed. Proper terminology to describe concepts in the vignette are not used.0.0 ptsNot Present20.0 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeFocus10.0 to >9.0 ptsAdvancedWriting remains focused on the topic assigned throughout, bringing each paragraph back to the thesis and making connections to sources. Paper also meets all length requirements (250 words or more).9.0 to >8.0 ptsProficientWriting mostly focuses on the topic assigned but misses some connections between sources and thesis. Paper meets at least 80 percent of the length requirement.8.0 to >7.0 ptsDevelopingWriting focuses on topic throughout but loses focus or digresses in individual paragraphs. Paper meets at least 70 percent of the length requirement.7.0 to >1.0 ptsPoorWriting struggles to focus on the topic in individual paragraphs and in the paper as a whole. Paper meets at least 65 percent of the length requirement.1.0 to >0 ptsNot PresentWriting was not submitted, is about a topic other than the one assigned, or meets less than 65 percent of the length requirement.10.0 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeAPA Style10.0 to >9.0 ptsAdvancedAssignment correctly follows APA formatting, including a title page, abstract, header, page numbers, and reference page. Sources are cited correctly in the document.9.0 to >8.0 ptsProficientAssignment is mostly correctly formatted and/or sources are cited, but there are a few errors in the format.8.0 to >7.0 ptsDevelopingAssignment exhibits many errors in APA formatting and/or sources are cited, but there are several errors in the format.7.0 to >0.0 ptsPoorAPA formatting is attempted, but several elements are missing or incorrect, an/or some of the sources are not cited and/or the format is incorrect.0.0 ptsNot PresentSources are not cited at all/format is not correct and/or APA is not attempted.10.0 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeSpelling and Grammar10.0 to >5.0 ptsAdvancedSpelling and grammar are correct. Sentences are complete, clear, and concise. Paragraphs contain appropriately varied sentence structures.5.0 to >3.0 ptsProficientThere are some spelling and grammar errors. Some sentence level errors are present as well. Paragraphs contain some varied sentence structures.3.0 to >2.0 ptsDevelopingSpelling and grammar errors distract from meaning. Paragraphs are poorly formed.2.0 to >0.0 ptsPoorMultiple spelling and grammar errors. Sentences are incomplete or unclear.0.0 ptsNot Present10.0 pts