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3 rt rubric_2013

  1. 1. 3 Rivers TESOL will use the following criteria, which have been adapted from TESOL’s Proposal Rating Rubric Evaluation Criteria Excellent 5 Good 4 Satisfactory 3 Fair 2 Poor 1 1. Proposal Title and Objective The title succinctly describes the session and the objective of the session is very clearly specified. The title clearly describes the session and the objective is clearly specified. The title generally describes what the session will be about and the objective is fairly specified. The title cursorily indicates what the session will be about and the objective is general. The title indicates little about what the session might entail and the objective is incomplete. 2. Timeliness and Appropriateness of Topic The proposal represents issues of immediate relevance and importance to the conference theme. The proposal is timely and appropriate to the theme. The proposal focuses on issues appropriate to the field over the last decade. The proposal focuses on out-of-date materials and/or practice. The proposal’s focus is irrelevant and of no importance to the field. 3. Significance of Content The proposal is solidly based on current research, knowledge, and/or practice (praxis) in the field. The proposal is based on current research and practice in the field. The proposal alludes to current research and practice in the field. The proposal refers only to historically established and/or extraneous issues or practices in the field. The proposal refers to some research and practices or contributions in the field. 4. Clarity of Abstract The abstract is succinctly written and provides a precise description of the session. It is no more than 50 words. The proposal is succinctly written and provides an explicit statement of participant outcomes and how they will be achieved. It is no more than 200 words plus a bibliography. The abstract is clearly written and provides a clear description of the session. It is no more than 50 words. The proposal is clearly written and provides a clear statement of participant outcomes and how they will be achieved. The abstract is adequately written and provides a general description of the session. It is no more than 50 words. The abstract needs some additional work. The abstract needs significant work. The proposal is adequately written and includes a statement of participant outcomes. The proposal needs some additional work. The proposal clearly needs significant work. The session will make significant, memorable contributions to the conference and effective educational The session will Positively contribute to the conference and to effective educational The session will offer minimal contribution to the conference and to effective educational Convention attendees may question the validity of the inclusion of this session. Convention attendees will most likely regret their decision to attend this session. 5. Clarity of Proposal 6. Contribution to the Convention and/or to the Field

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