CE436 Timber Design Rubric

Homework No. ______

Student: ___________________________________

 

 

Beginning
 

Developing
 

Accomplished
 

Exemplary
 

Score
 

Problem Statement

Little or no problem statement without diagram; Few or no equations written out in symbolic form

(1 pt)

Abbreviated problem statement with sketched diagram; Some equations written out
 

(5 pts)

Problem statement written in full w/ clean diagram; Equations written in symbolic form
 

(8 pts)

Problem statement written in full with clean, detailed diagram; Equations written out with references

(10 pts)

 

Solution
Procedure and/or

Technical

Content

Solution shows little work, is difficult to follow; Incorrect or predominately incorrect procedure
 

(50 pts)

Solution shows the work for most steps; Does not follow clear path; Procedure started, consistently incorrect numbers

(60 pts)

Solution includes all steps and follows a clear path and is easy to follow; Correct procedure with some minor technical errors

(70 pts)

Solution includes all steps and follows a clear logical path with annotations and references; No technical errors

(80 pts)

 

Neatness

Work is not readable, steps are not clearly defined, answer is not clearly marked.
 
 

(1 pts)

Handwriting and work are decipherable; Answer is not marked but is can b found with little effort.
 

(5 pts)

Handwriting is legible; Work is readable and solution to intermediate steps clearly marked; Answer clearly marked
 

(8 pts)

Handwriting is distinct; Work is readable and solutions to intermediate steps clearly marked; Solution is summarized

(10 pts)

 

SUM

       



Timelines

(% of Sum)

Turned in one week late

(60%)

Turned in up to a day late

(70%)

Turned in by 5pm on the day due

(90%)

Turned in on time; beginning of class

(100%)

 

Total

       

 

 

 

 

Note: Point values listed are the maximum that can be attained for that performance level. For example, if a studentís Problem Statement meets all of the requirements for the "Accomplished" level but none of the requirements for the "Exemplary" performance level, then 8 points is the most he/she could receive. However, if the student did meet some of the requirements of the "Exemplary" level, then he/she could receive up to 10 points.