ENGL 2111 Assessment Plan

Student Learning Outcomes

1.      Students will be able to recognize the significance of the major authors of world literature.

2.      Students will be able to recognize the significance of the canonical works of world literature.

3.      Students will be able to trace the development of the genres of world literature.

Assessment Plan

1.       Each assessment cycle 1 SLO will be assessed.

2.       Students will submit a writing assignment addressing the SLO.

3.       Samples of the essay will be scored with the common ENGL 2111 Essay Rubric (attached).

a.       1/3 of each class will be randomly selected.

4.       For each SLO assessed, 70% of assessed students will score at least a ďCĒ or higher (11.25 out of 15 possible points).

 


 

 

ENGL 2111 Assessment Rubric for SLO 1

Students will be able to recognize the significance of the major authors of world literature

Evaluative Standards

Superior

(A)

5 points

Good

 (B)

4 points

Acceptable

(C)

3.5 points

Needs Improvement

(D)

3 points

Not Acceptable

(F)

2.5 points

Argument: Thesis and Development

Student writes a contextualized and qualified thesis that develops clearly and reasonably the significance of one or more major authors of world literature.

Exceeds Standards

Meets Standards

Meets Some Standards

Meets A Few Standards

Standards Are Not Met

Support: Evidence, Analysis, Citations

Studentís evidence is pertinent to his argument and deeply engages the significance of his chosen author(s).

Exceeds Standards

Meets Standards

Meets Some Standards

Meets A Few Standards

Standards Are Not Met

Organization: Essay Structure

The studentís essay structure reflects  logical and organic  progression of  his argument. His conclusion synthesizes the argument for the significance of his chosen author(s) to the study of world literature.

Exceeds Standards

Meets Standards

Meets Some Standards

Meets A Few Standards

Standards Are Not Met

 


 

 

ENGL 2111 Assessment Rubric for SLO 2

Students will be able to recognize the significance of the canonical works of world literature

Evaluative Standards

Superior

(A)

5 points

Good

 (B)

4 points

Acceptable

(C)

3.5 points

Needs Improvement

(D)

3 points

Not Acceptable

(F)

2.5 points

Argument: Thesis and Development

Student writes a contextualized and qualified thesis that develops clearly and reasonably the significance of one or more canonical works of world literature.

Exceeds Standards

Meets Standards

Meets Some Standards

Meets A Few Standards

Standards Are Not Met

Support: Evidence, Analysis, Citations

Studentís evidence is pertinent to his argument and deeply engages the significance of his chosen canonical work(s).

Exceeds Standards

Meets Standards

Meets Some Standards

Meets A Few Standards

Standards Are Not Met

Organization: Essay Structure

The studentís essay structure reflects  logical and organic  progression of  his argument. His conclusion synthesizes the argument for the significance of his chosen canonical work(s) to the study of world literature.

Exceeds Standards

Meets Standards

Meets Some Standards

Meets A Few Standards

Standards Are Not Met

 


 

 

ENGL 2111 Assessment Rubric for SLO 3

Students will be able to trace the development of the genres of world literature

Evaluative Standards

Superior

(A)

5 points

Good

 (B)

4 points

Acceptable

(C)

3.5 points

Needs Improvement

(D)

3 points

Not Acceptable

(F)

2.5 points

Argument: Thesis and Development

Student writes a contextualized and qualified thesis that develops clearly and reasonably the development of one or more genres of world literature.

Exceeds Standards

Meets Standards

Meets Some Standards

Meets A Few Standards

Standards Are Not Met

Support: Evidence, Analysis, Citations

Studentís evidence is pertinent to his argument and deeply engages the development of his chosen genre(s).

Exceeds Standards

Meets Standards

Meets Some Standards

Meets A Few Standards

Standards Are Not Met

Organization: Essay Structure

The studentís essay structure reflects  logical and organic  progression of  his argument. His conclusion synthesizes the argument for the significance of his chosen genre(s) to the study of world literature.

Exceeds Standards

Meets Standards

Meets Some Standards

Meets A Few Standards

Standards Are Not Met

 

 

 Grading Rubric Short Form

 

A=5

B=4

C=3.5

D=3

F=2.5

Argument

 

 

 

 

 

Support

 

 

 

 

 

Organization