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 Literature Review: Outline Assignment; see attachment Criteria Ratings Points Content – Outline Elements 35 to >32 pts Advanced All areas

 Literature Review: Outline Assignment; see attachment

Criteria Ratings Points

Content –
Outline
Elements

35 to >32 pts

Advanced

All areas below are
addressed throughout
the entire document:
1. Each research
question has been
included as provided
�2�.� �S�u�b �� �h�e�a�d�i�n�g�s� �f�o�r
each research
question are
descriptive
3. Sub-headings help
the reader understand
what will be addressed
in the section.
4. Each sub-heading
is followed by a one or
two sentence
description of what will
be included in each
section
5. Appropriate
citations are included
for all factual
assertions.
6. Reference section
includes all sources
used for citations.

32 to >29 pts

Proficient

Most of the areas
below are addressed
throughout most of the
document:
1. Each research
question has been
included as provided
�2�.� �S�u�b �� �h�e�a�d�i�n�g�s� �f�o�r
each research
question are
descriptive
3. Sub-headings help
the reader understand
what will be addressed
in the section.
4. Each sub-heading
is followed by a one or
two sentence
description of what will
be included in each
section
5. Appropriate
citations are included
for all factual
assertions.
6. Reference section
includes all sources
used for citations.

29 to >0 pts

Developing

Many of the areas
below are addressed
throughout some of
the document:
1. Each research
question has been
included as provided
�2�.� �S�u�b �� �h�e�a�d�i�n�g�s� �f�o�r
each research
question are
descriptive
3. Sub-headings help
the reader understand
what will be addressed
in the section.
4. Each sub-heading
is followed by a one or
two sentence
description of what will
be included in each
section
5. Appropriate
citations are included
for all factual
assertions.
6. Reference section
includes all sources
used for citations.

0 pts

Not Present

Few or None of the
areas below are
addressed throughout
the document:
1. Each research
question has been
included as provided
�2�.� �S�u�b �� �h�e�a�d�i�n�g�s� �f�o�r
each research
question are
descriptive
3. Sub-headings help
the reader understand
what will be addressed
in the section.
4. Each sub-heading
is followed by a one or
two sentence
description of what will
be included in each
section
5. Appropriate
citations are included
for all factual
assertions.
6. Reference section
includes all sources
used for citations.

35 pts

Literature Review: Outline Grading Rubric | BUSI770_B04_202430

Criteria Ratings Points

Structure

Headings

15 to >13 pts

Advanced

All areas below are
addressed throughout
the entire document:
1. Outline includes a
heading for an
introduction,
conclusion, and
references.
2. Outline includes at
least two
sub-headings for each
Research Question
3. Outline includes a
summary sub-heading
below each Research
Question.
4. Outline clearly
shows levels with
indentation.

13 to >12 pts

Proficient

Most of the areas
below are addressed
throughout most of the
document:
1. Outline includes a
heading for an
introduction,
conclusion, and
references.
2. Outline includes at
least two
sub-headings for each
Research Question
3. Outline includes a
summary sub-heading
below each Research
Question.
4. Outline clearly
shows levels with
indentation.

12 to >0 pts

Developing

Many of the areas
below are addressed
throughout some of
the document:
1. Outline includes a
heading for an
introduction,
conclusion, and
references.
2. Outline includes at
least two
sub-headings for each
Research Question
3. Outline includes a
summary sub-heading
below each Research
Question.
4. Outline clearly
shows levels with
indentation.

0 pts

Not Present

Few or None of the
areas below are
addressed throughout
the document:
1. Outline includes a
heading for an
introduction,
conclusion, and
references.
2. Outline includes at
least two
sub-headings for each
Research Question
3. Outline includes a
summary sub-heading
below each Research
Question.
4. Outline clearly
shows levels with
indentation.

15 pts

Total Points: 50

Literature Review: Outline Grading Rubric | BUSI770_B04_202430

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