Discussion Board Forum Interactions Grading Rubric Criteria Levels of Achievement Content 70%

Discussion Board Forum Interactions Grading Rubric
Criteria
Levels of Achievement
Content 70%
Advanced
Proficient
Developing
Not present
Content
32 to 35 points
At least 2 substantive responses are posted each module/week.
Responses are not completed on the same day.
Where appropriate, major points are supported by lecture material, Scripture, examples, and/or thoughtful analysis.
Each post is 200–300 words and moves the conversation forward in a meaningful and thoughtful manner.
25 to 31 points
At least 2 substantive responses are posted each module/week.
Responses are not completed on the same day.
Where appropriate, major points are supported by lecture material, Scripture, examples, and/or thoughtful analysis.
Post is less than 200–300 words and somewhat moves the conversation forward in a meaningful and thoughtful manner.
1 to 24 points
Less than 2 substantive responses are posted each module/week.
Responses may have been completed on the same day.
Major points are not supported by lecture material, Scripture, examples, and/or thoughtful analysis.
Post is less than 200–300 words and does not move the conversation forward in a meaningful and thoughtful manner.
0 points
No posts are present
Structure 30%
Advanced
Proficient
Developing
Not present
Writing Style & Mechanics
14 to 15 points
There is a clear and logical flow to the post with main points being clearly stated.
Communication follows the Student Expectations.
The posts are free of glaring errors in spelling, grammar, and punctuation.
11 to 13 points
There is a somewhat clear and logical flow to the post with main points being stated.
Communication follows the Student Expectations.
The posts may contain some glaring errors in spelling, grammar, and punctuation.
1 to 10 points
There is no clear and logical flow to the post with main points being stated.
Communication does not follow the Student Expectations.
The posts contain numerous glaring errors in spelling, grammar, and punctuation.
0 points
No posts are present