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Project Final Paper Rubric
 

Description/outline of the data

0
No real description of the data at all.

1
Minimal description of the data, or the lack of clarity in the description impedes the reader’s understanding of the data.

2
The description of the data is discussed but several important details are missing.

3
The description of the data is discussed but some important details are missing.

4
The description/outline of the data for the most part provides enough information to understand rest of the proposal, with some minor areas of improvement.

5
The description/outline of the data provides enough information to understand the paper (e.g., it answers: who are the speakers, what is the context, is there other relevant background information we need to know to understand the interaction, etc.).

 
Additional comments:

Transcription

0
No transcription provided.

1–2
Insufficient amount of transcription necessary to understand the analysis of any of the concepts.

3–4
The transcript does not provide sufficient detail to understand the analysis of one or two of the concepts.

5
The transcript provides sufficient detail to understand the analysis of the concepts (i.e., the transcription conventions were followed and were used accurately and where relevant).

 
Additional comments:

Concept #1

0
No course concepts are discussed.

2.5
The first concept is not relevant to the interaction, and therefore the discussion cannot make a clear link to the literature on language and gender or provide an accurate analysis of the interaction according to the chosen concept.

5
The first concept is relevant to the interaction, but discussion does not make a clear link to the literature on language and gender or provide an insightful or accurate analysis of the interaction according to the chosen concept.

7.5
The first concept is relevant to the interaction. The discussion of the first concept makes reference to the relevant parts of the transcript. However, the discussion of the first  concept could have made a stronger link to the literature on language and gender (or the analysis is lacking in some way).

10
The first concept is clearly relevant to the interaction. The discussion of the first concept makes clear reference to the relevant parts of the transcript. The discussion of the first concept makes a clear link to the literature on language and gender and provides an insightful, accurate, and interesting analysis of the interaction according to the chosen concept.

 
Additional comments:

Concept #2

0
Only one concept is discussed.

2.5
The second concept is not relevant to the interaction and therefore the discussion cannot make a clear link to the literature on language and gender or provide an accurate analysis  of the interaction according to the chosen concept.

5
The second concept is relevant to the interaction but discussion does not make a clear link to the literature on language and gender or provide an insightful or accurate analysis of  the interaction according to the chosen concept.

7.5
The second concept is relevant to the interaction. The discussion of the second concept makes reference to the relevant parts of the transcript. However, the discussion of the  second concept could have made a stronger link to the literature on language and gender (or the analysis is lacking in some way).

JAL355 Language and Gender                                                                                                                                       2
 

10
The second concept is clearly relevant to the interaction. The discussion of the second concept makes clear reference to the relevant parts of the transcript. The discussion of the second concept makes a clear link to the literature on language and gender and provides an insightful, accurate, and interesting analysis of the interaction according to the chosen concept.

 
Additional comments:

Concept #3

0
Only one or two concepts are discussed.

2.5
The third concept is not relevant to the interaction, and therefore the discussion cannot make a clear link to the literature on language and gender or provide an accurate analysis of the interaction according to the chosen concept.

5
The third concept is relevant to the interaction, but discussion does not make a clear link to the literature on language and gender or provide an insightful or accurate analysis of  the interaction according to the chosen concept.

7.5
The third concept is relevant to the interaction. The discussion of the third concept makes reference to the relevant parts of the transcript. However, the discussion of the third concept could have made a stronger link to the literature on language and gender (or the analysis is lacking in some way).

10
The third concept is clearly relevant to the interaction. The discussion of the third concept makes clear reference to the relevant parts of the transcript. The discussion of the third concept makes a clear link to the literature on language and gender and provides an insightful, accurate, and interesting analysis of the interaction according to the chosen concept.

 
Additional comments:

Academic sources and reference list

0
No academic literature cited and/or no reference list.

1–2
Academic literature is cited but it is either not relevant or not understood well. Reference list included. Embedded citations included.

3–4
Resources that are cited are appropriate and contribute well to the paper and the student’s analysis of the interaction. Reference list included. Embedded citations included.

 
Additional comments:

Writing, grammar, style

0
Grammatical and stylistic issues completely impede the reader’s understanding.

1
Grammatical and stylistic issues substantially impede the reader’s understanding.

2
There are major grammatical and stylistic issues that affect the reader’s understanding in some areas.

3
There are minor grammatical and stylistic issues that affect the reader’s understanding in some areas.

4
The proposal is grammatically and stylistically appropriate. Minor errors do not affect understanding.

5
The proposal is grammatically and stylistically appropriate and was truly enjoyable to read.

 
Additional comments:

Incorporation of feedback on proposal

0
Proposal feedback was completely disregarded.

1–2
Minimal effort was made to incorporate feedback.

3–4
Clear effort was made to incorporate feedback, and the student visited the TA or the instructor to discuss their topic.

5
Feedback was used to make the paper much stronger.

 
Additional comments:

TOTAL /54
Overall comments:

 
 
Remember that all of your sources should pass the CRAAP test we talked about last week.

Currency § Relevance § Authority § Accuracy § Purpose

Remember that all of the concepts you talked about should be elaborated in your final paper – even the first one! Make sure your discussion reflects the length of the paper.

The final paper should be structured like any other paper, meaning it should have at least three parts:
an introduction
a body (including any relevant background information, your data and methods as well as the results and discussion)
a conclusion

 
Choice of interaction:
choice of interaction in which participants discuss gender, but do not use language related to concepts of gender o lack of connection of “course concepts” to the course on language and gender o e.g., student states they will discuss interruptions, and while the interaction does contain interruptions, there’s no evidence that their use is connected to issues of gender.
lack of specificity in naming course concepts:
(e.g., student states they will discuss politeness/turn-taking/conversational structure/overlapping speech, but not which type is observed in the interaction/how it is linked to language and gender) (e.g., there are several types of overlapping speech (interruptions, minimal responses, etc.) so students must state which can clearly be seen in the interaction and how it is indexing gender)
misunderstanding course concepts:
 uptalk is when a statement is produced with rising intonation. Questions, and tag questions can not be considered uptalk because they already having rising intonation o verbal hygiene is policing the speech of others, telling them how they should speak. Verbal hygiene is not something one does to their own speech o approaches (dominance, deficit, etc.) are the analytical lenses researchers use when investigating language and gender. You can’t look for these approaches in an interaction
format of an academic paper with introduction and conclusion : typos, punctuation errors, and formatting errors are not acceptable at this level. Start early and edit often.  proposal should be a preview of the data, there needs to be more discussion and analysis in the final project, make sure you’re discussing the in-depth concept in eve

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