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Rubrics final version sept 14

  1. 1. UNIVERSIDAD TECNOLÓGICA DE PEREIRA FACULTAD DE ARTES Y HUMANIDADES LICENCIATURA EN LENGUA INGLESA RUBRIC 1 – STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEMDescription: The objective of this chapter is drawn on three main aspects. A researcher may desire to test orimplementing new or existing methodology and/or strategies in the teaching field, he may also want to contribute tothe existent theory or may have identify a gap in knowledge since there might not be enough theory about thatspecific topic.Tense: present tense Criteria Points Points Comments assigned earned CONTENTThe section contextualizes the reader and 0.5shows the area of interest by describing from ageneral to the local perspective.Citations and references effectively support the 0.5reasons to conduct the study. It also organizestheories and studies that contrast, compare andinform different perspectives around the topicto be studied. Present general and clear viewof theory and research.Section contents enough arguments for 0.5conducting the research and unfolds the gap inthe knowledge or the controversy in theory thatthe study intends to cover. Other studies in thefield (or lack/scarcity of them) are mentioned.Arguments include appropriate support (from 0.5documents, theory, research)The statement presents the contribution of the 0.5study to the field.The statements presented in the section are 0.5subjectivity-free and highlight the significanceof the study to be conducted. Total 3.0 ORGANIZATIONThis section is neat, cohesive, and coherent in 0.5style according to APA guidelines.Paragraphs are well developed and flow 0.5smoothly one to another.Appropriate academic discourse is used. 0.5Written discourse uses correct. Spelling, 0.5punctuation and capitalization; it has aminimum of mayor errors in grammar andword selection. Total 2.0 Grade [Dolly Ramos G
  2. 2. UNIVERSIDAD TECNOLÓGICA DE PEREIRA FACULTAD DE ARTES Y HUMANIDADES LICENCIATURA EN LENGUA INGLESA RUBRIC 2 –THEORETICAL FRAMEWORKDescription: This chapter, besides aiding the researcher in narrowing the study, it provides credibility to the studysince it defines, interprets and articulates the most relevant concepts related to the study. Additionally, it examinesthe most current research conducted in the particular field.Tense: Present simple Criteria Points Points Comments assigned earned CONTENTThe section presents an introductory paragraph 0.25that shows the most relevant concepts that aregoing to be discussed throughout the pages.The section presents at least three well known 0.5authors per concept (concepts need to be up todate unless the study requires early definitions ofconcepts).The section also presents pertinent and updated 5research studies which have been conducted inthe particular field of study. (minimum threestudies)It organizes theories and studies that contrast, 10compare and inform different perspectives aroundthe topic to be studied. Present general and clearview of theory and research.Theories, concepts and studies are organized, 5classified, put in hierarchy and coherent patternsthat frame the work of research.Citations and references effectively support 5theory and related studies sustaining research. Total 30 ORGANIZATIONThis section is neat, cohesive, and coherent in 5style according to APA guidelines.Paragraphs are well developed and flow 5smoothly one to another.Appropriate academic discourse is used. 5Written discourse uses correct. Spelling, 5punctuation and capitalization; it has aminimum of mayor errors in grammar andword selection. Total 20 Grade Comments: _______________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________ [Dolly Ramos G
  3. 3. UNIVERSIDAD TECNOLÓGICA DE PEREIRA FACULTAD DE ARTES Y HUMANIDADES LICENCIATURA EN LENGUA INGLESA RUBRIC 3- METHODOLOGYDescription: The chapter contains relevant information about the design of the study. Therefore, it containsdetailed information about the type of context and setting, the participants, the researchers and the methodsused for the data collection and the ethical considerationsTense: Past simple Criteria Points Points Comments assigned earned Type of StudyThis section clearly defines the type .of research and the methodology. 0.5It cites relevant authors that showthe connection between the current 0.5study and the theory. (citation) Total 1.0 Context(of school)Reader is contextualized from widerto more specific information. 0.25Therefore, relevant informationabout the description of the site(location, type of school, grades,No. of teachers, No. of students,economical status, resources) ispresented. PEI analysis (ifnecessary) Setting (of the participants)Setting clearly describes theconditions and related information 0.25to the study such as: No. of Englishteachers, grades that take Englishcourses, No. of hours per weekstudents are exposed to thelanguage, curriculum or standardsfollowed, and teachers’ academicbackground to establish theparticipants’ profile Total 0.5 ParticipantsThe section states the reason for the 0.25number of participants, how and whythey were selected. It uses theory asreference for sampling (citation)The section shows the main 0.25characteristics of the populationinvolved in the study such as:teachers’ or learners academic level,[Dolly Ramos G
  4. 4. UNIVERSIDAD TECNOLÓGICA DE PEREIRA FACULTAD DE ARTES Y HUMANIDADES LICENCIATURA EN LENGUA INGLESAorigin, gender, age, disciplinary orpersonal profile, or any otherparticular data. Total 0.5 Researcher’s RoleIt cites relevant authors that show the 0.25connection between the theory of theresearchers’ role and the currentstudy. (citation)Roles of each researcher are 0.25specified according to their tasks inthe research study. (citation) Total 0.5 Data analysis and collection (instruments)The section clearly shows the theoryunder which the collected data was 0.5analyzed. (grounded theory- prioritheory)The section presents at least different 0.25three (3) methods that provide avariety of data to develop thetriangulation. Instruments’ definition(authors) should be included tosupport their view about therelationship between author andexpected data. ( in the appendix)Instruments have been previously 0.25piloted in the course to collect datathat is relevant to the study. They areoriented to answering the researchquestions.The section clearly shows the theoryaccording to which the collected datawill be analyzed. It may be eithergrounded theory- priory theory Total 1.0 Instructional Design (if necessary)This section shows the plan designedto collect the data need. It also hasthe number of sections carried out,what was done in each one and how itwas carried out. (one paragraph persection)The researcher must present at least 3lesson plans that include the materialused ( in the appendix) Total[Dolly Ramos G
  5. 5. UNIVERSIDAD TECNOLÓGICA DE PEREIRA FACULTAD DE ARTES Y HUMANIDADES LICENCIATURA EN LENGUA INGLESA Consent forms and ethical considerations Consent forms include the presentation and the description of 0.25 research project (title and objectives). The form briefly explains the reason of the study, selection of the participants the procedure, the potential benefits, participants’ confidentiality and the researchers’ personal information. (in the appendix) The study presents the ethical aspects 0.25 considered in the research. The forms have been written in a language with which the participants feel comfortable (L1). Total 0.5 ORGANIZATION This section is neat, cohesive, and 0.25 coherent in style according to APA guidelines. Paragraphs are well developed and 0.25 flow smoothly one to another. Appropriate academic discourse is 0.25 used. Written discourse uses correct. 0.25 Spelling, punctuation and capitalization; it has a minimum of mayor errors in grammar and word selection. Total 1.0 GradeComments:__________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ [Dolly Ramos G
  6. 6. UNIVERSIDAD TECNOLÓGICA DE PEREIRA FACULTAD DE ARTES Y HUMANIDADES LICENCIATURA EN LENGUA INGLESA RUBRIC 4- FINDINGS AND DISCUSSIONDescription: This chapter presents what the researcher/s have found as the result of the data collection allowingthe researcher to demonstrate with strong and reliable evidence the relevance of this research and its contributionfield.Tense: Past simple Data collection and analysis (instruments)Recommendations before starting the findings  There shouldn’t be less than 5 findings and NO more than 6 findings.  There should be at least 2 data samples per finding (data from different methods)  The data must come from the triangulation of the methods or the participants  The discussion and the findings should be in the same chapter.  The discussion should be up to date and varied (depending on the topic no more than 10 years old).  The presentation (layout) of the findings should be: Title (interpretative), description of the title, the data and its interpretation and the discussion (with one author) Findings and discussionThe results aim at answering the 2.0research questions and sub questionsEach finding has an interpretative title , Stage 1 description of the title, S2 samples of data, S3 interpretation ofdata and S4 discussion (with one author)S 1: The paragraph explains clearly 0.5what the researchers intend to conveywith the titleS 2: The data show strong evidence 0.5of what the researchers intend toillustrateS 3: There is a strong relationship 0.5between the data displayed and theinterpretation given by theresearchers based on the dataS 4: Each finding is accompanied by 0.5a discussion supported by at least onecitation by an authority on the topic,with the purpose of demonstrating aclear connection between them.(Make sure the author has beenincluded in the theoreticalframework) 4.0 ORGANIZATIONThis section is neat, cohesive, and 0.25coherent in style according to APAguidelines.Paragraphs are well developed and 0.25flow smoothly one to another. [Dolly Ramos G
  7. 7. UNIVERSIDAD TECNOLÓGICA DE PEREIRA FACULTAD DE ARTES Y HUMANIDADES LICENCIATURA EN LENGUA INGLESA Appropriate academic discourse is 0.25 used. Written discourse uses correct. 0.25 Spelling, punctuation and capitalization; it has a minimum of mayor errors in grammar and word selection. Total 1.0 Grade RUBRIC 5 – RESEARCH AND PEDAGOGICAL IMPLICATIONSDescription: In this Chapter the researcher mentions how your findings may serve to theory and instructions andwhat areas need further research.Tense: Present simple Criteria Points Points Comments assigned earned CONTENTThe section shows how findings were suitable to 1.0transfer significant implications for teaching and fortriggering further research. In other words, what theylearned as teachers and researches.The section presents some issues that emerged during 0.5the research process or were outside of the scope ofthe study. These should be considered in furtherresearch.The section offers several specific recommendations 0.5concerning to the research process or regardingteaching and learning procedures.The research implications are presented in 1.0hierarchical order according to their relevance. Total 3.0 ORGANIZATIONThis section is neat, cohesive, and coherent in style 0.25according to APA guidelines.Paragraphs are well developed and flow smoothly 0.25one to another.Appropriate academic discourse is used. 0.25Written discourse uses correct. Spelling, punctuation 0.25and capitalization; it has a minimum of mayor errorsin grammar and word selection. Total 1.0 Grade [Dolly Ramos G
  8. 8. UNIVERSIDAD TECNOLÓGICA DE PEREIRA FACULTAD DE ARTES Y HUMANIDADES LICENCIATURA EN LENGUA INGLESA RUBRIC 6– LIMITATIONS OF THE STUDYDescription: This chapter deals with the obstacles or weaknesses that came forward during the research process.Tense: Present simple Criteria Points Points Comments assigned earned CONTENTBriefly explain the problematic issues the 1.5researcher encountered when conducting thestudy: These may be theoretical,methodological and analytical. (Clarify one byone).The limitations show reflection and 1.5researchers critical point views. Total 3.0 ORGANIZATIONThis section is neat, cohesive, and coherent in 5style according to APA guidelines.Paragraphs are well developed and flow 5smoothly one to another.Appropriate academic discourse is used. 5Written discourse uses correct. Spelling, 5punctuation and capitalization; it has aminimum of mayor errors in grammar andword selection. Total 2.0 Grade RUBRIC 7- CONCLUSIONSDescription: This chapter presents important aspects that arise from the analysis and the discussion of theresults provide from the data gathering.Tense: Write using the present tense. Criteria Points Points Comments assigned earned CONTENTThe section includes the purpose of the 1.0study and research questions and the mainfindings. It also includes the mayorpedagogical and research implications.The conclusions are presented in hierarchy 1.0order according the way the findings werepresented. [Dolly Ramos G
  9. 9. UNIVERSIDAD TECNOLÓGICA DE PEREIRA FACULTAD DE ARTES Y HUMANIDADES LICENCIATURA EN LENGUA INGLESAThe section also explains relates the 1.0findings to the research question andsupports your new theories, yourinnovative ideas, your personalcontributions to the world of Englishlearning research and pedagogy. Total 3.0 ORGANIZATIONThis section is neat, cohesive, and coherent 5in style according to APA guidelines.Paragraphs are well developed and flow 5smoothly one to another.Appropriate academic discourse is used. 5Written discourse uses correct. Spelling, 5punctuation and capitalization; it has aminimum of mayor errors in grammar andword selection. Total 20 Grade General Comments: _______________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________ [Dolly Ramos G

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