UArizona Global Should the Government Subsidize Public Transportation Discussion

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  answer the following question:
Should the government subsidize public transportation? Why or why not?
 
 

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Research Paper
Graduate Level Rubric: (Weeks 1-7)
APUS
Assignment
Graduate Level
Rubric
500-600
FOCUS AND
THESIS
20 points
EXEMPLARY
LEVEL
ACCOMPLISHED
LEVEL
DEVELOPING
LEVEL
BEGINNNIG
LEVEL
Student exhibits a
defined and clear
understanding of the
assignment. Thesis is
clearly defined and well
constructed to help
guide the reader
throughout the
assignment. Student
builds upon the thesis of
the assignment with
well-documented and
exceptional supporting
facts, figures, and/or
statements.
Establishes a good
comprehension of
topic and in the
building of the thesis.
Student demonstrates
an effective
presentation of thesis,
with most support
statements helping to
support the key focus
of assignment.
Student exhibits a
basic understanding
of the intended
assignment, but the
thesis is not fully
supported throughout
the assignment.
While thesis helps to
guide the
development of the
assignment, the
reader may have
some difficulty in
seeing linkages
between thoughts.
While student has
included a few
supporting facts and
statements, this has
limited the quality of
the assignment.
Exhibits a limited
understanding of the
assignment. Reader
is unable to follow
the logic used for the
thesis and
development of key
themes. Introduction
of thesis is not clearly
evident, and reader
must look deeper to
discover the focus of
the writer. Student’s
writing is weak in the
inclusion of
supporting facts or
statements.
CONTENT AND
SUBJECT
KNOWLEDGE
25 points
Student demonstrates
proficient command of
the subject matter in the
assignment.
Assignment shows an
impressive level of
depth of student’s
ability to relate course
content to practical
examples and
applications. Student
provides comprehensive
analysis of details,
facts, and concepts in a
logical sequence.
Student exhibits
above average usage
of subject matter in
assignment. Student
provides above
average ability in
relating course
content in examples
given. Details and
facts presented
provide an adequate
presentation of
student’s current
level of subject
matter knowledge.
The assignment
reveals that the
student has a general,
fundamental
understanding of the
course material.
Whereas, there are
areas of some
concerning in the
linkages provided
between facts and
supporting
statements. Student
generally explains
concepts, but only
meets the minimum
requirements in this
area.
Student tries to
explain some
concepts, but
overlooks critical
details. Assignment
appears vague or
incomplete in various
segments. Student
presents concepts in
isolation, and does
not perceive to have a
logical sequencing of
ideas.
CRITICAL
THINKING
SKILLS
20 points
Student demonstrates a
higher-level of critical
thinking necessary for
500-600 level work.
Learner provides a
strategic approach in
presenting examples of
problem solving or
critical thinking, while
drawing logical
conclusions which are
not immediately
Student exhibits a
good command of
critical thinking skills
in the presentation of
material and
supporting
statements.
Assignment
demonstrates the
student’s above
average use of
relating concepts by
Student takes a
common,
conventional
approach in guiding
the reader through
various linkages and
connections
presented in
assignment.
However, student
presents a limited
perspective on key
Student demonstrates
beginning
understanding of key
concepts, but
overlooks critical
details. Learner is
unable to apply
information in a
problem-solving
fashion. Student
presents confusing
statements and facts
TOTAL
POINTS
obvious. Student
provides well-supported
ideas and reflection
with a variety of current
and/or world views in
the assignment. Student
presents a genuine
intellectual
development of ideas
throughout assignment.
using a variety of
factors. Overall,
student provides
adequate conclusions,
with 2 or fewer
errors.
concepts throughout
assignment. Student
appears to have
problems applying
information in a
problem-solving
manner.
in assignment. No
evidence or little
semblance of critical
thinking skills.
ORGANIZATIO
N OF IDEAS
AND FORMAT
20 points
Student thoroughly
understands and excels
in explaining all major
points. An original,
unique, and/or
imaginative approach to
overall ideas, concepts,
and findings is
presented. Overall
format of assignment
includes an appropriate
introduction (or
abstract), welldeveloped paragraphs,
and conclusion.
Finished assignment
demonstrates student’s
ability to plan and
organize research in a
logical sequence.
Student uses at least of
5 references in
assignment.
Student explains the
majority of points
and concepts in the
assignment. Learner
demonstrates a good
skill level in
formatting and
organizing material
in assignment.
Student presents an
above average level
of preparedness, with
a few formatting
errors. Assignment
contains less then 3
resources.
Learner applies some
points and concepts
incorrectly. Student
uses a variety of
formatting styles,
with some
inconsistencies
throughout the paper.
Assignment does not
have a continuous
pattern of logical
sequencing. Student
uses less than 2
sources or references.
Assignment reveals
formatting errors and
a lack of
organization.
Student presents an
incomplete attempt to
provide linkages or
explanation of key
terms. The lack of
appropriate
references or source
materials
demonstrates the
student’s need for
additional help or
training in this area.
Student needs to
review and revise the
assignment.
WRITING
CONVENTIONS
(GRAMMAR &
MECHANICS)
15 points
Student demonstrates an
excellent command of
grammar, as well as
presents research in a
clear and concise
writing style. Presents
a thorough, extensive
understanding of word
usage. Student excels
in the selection and
development of a wellplanned research
assignment.
Assignment is error-free
and reflects student’s
ability to prepare a
high-quality academic
assignment.
Student provides an
effective display of
good writing and
grammar.
Assignment reflects
student’s ability to
select appropriate
word usage and
present an above
average presentation
of a given topic or
issue. Assignment
appears to be well
written with no more
than 3-5 errors.
Student provides a
final written product
that covers the
above-minimal
requirements.
Assignment reflects
basic writing and
grammar, but more
than 5 errors. Key
terms and concepts
are somewhat vague
and not completely
explained by student.
Student uses a basic
vocabulary in
assignment.
Student’s writing
ability is average, but
demonstrates a basic
understanding of the
subject matter.
Topics, concepts, and
ideas are not
coherently discussed
or expressed in
assignments.
Student’s writing
style is weak and
needs improvement,
along with numerous
proofreading errors.
Assignment lacks
clarity, consistency,
and correctness.
Student needs to
review and revise
assignment.
Total Points

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