Rubric for Interview



Criterion

4

A-level qualities
(90100)

3

B-level qualities
(8089)

2

C-level qualities
(7079)

1 or 0

D- or F-level qualities
(6069 or below 60)



Score

Completeness

Addresses all aspects of the assignment

Addresses most aspects of the assignment

Addresses select aspects of the assignment

Addresses few, if any, aspects of the assignment

 

Preparation

Report demonstrates clear evidence of meticulous preparation by writer; interview was conducted in a sophisticated manner

Report demonstrates evidence of preparation by writer; interview was conducted in an effective manner

Report demonstrates a lack of preparation by writer; interview was conducted in a less than professional manner

Report demonstrates little or no preparation by the writer; report is so vague as to cast doubt on the interview process

 

Analysis

Report makes many perceptive and enlightening comments concerning resource management

Report makes some valuable comments concerning resource management

Report makes few valuable comments concerning resource management

Report makes no valuable comments concerning resource management or does not address the topic

 

Connection to course concepts

Report makes outstanding connections between course concepts and the interview

Report makes effective connections between course concepts and the interview

Report attempts to make connections between course concepts and the interview

Report makes no connections between course concepts and the interview

 

Overall presentation (format, style, and writing mechanics)

Report is well-written and insightful; includes thorough details and relevant data and information; is extremely well-organized

Report is well-written and includes sufficient details and relevant data and information; is well-organized.

Report is carelessly written and gives insufficient detail and relevant information; lacks organization.

Report is poorly written and lacks detail and relevant information; is poorly organized.

 

Total:

 

Note: Criteria are evaluated on a 4-3-2-1-0 basis. Total rubric points are converted first to a letter grade and then to a numerical equivalent based on a 0100 scale: 1920 = A (93100); 18 = A (9092); 17 = B+ (8889); 1416 = B (8387); 13 = B (8082); 12 = C+ (7879); 911 = C (7377); 8 = C (7072); 47 = D (6069); 03 = F (below 60).