Best reflections synthesize the weekly material. This means not only being able to efficiently summarize the main arguments of each piece, but more importantly, bringing together the readings and the documentary around one or two central themes or questions to compare, contrast, and draw conclusions from. Also include explicit and meaningful mention of all the weekly material.
English Composition 131B Ã¢â‚¬â€ Hitchner
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1. Does the section begin at a logical point in the story of this conflict? Would it be
clearer if it began at a different point in the timeline, or with a different event?
2. Does the section give us a good sense of the companyÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s reputation and performance at
the time the crisis occurred? Are there any gaps you would like to see filled in?
3. Does the section give us a relevant sense of conditions that may have contributed to the
crisis later, such as important personnel, company philosophy or culture, or working
conditions such as morale, communication, etc.?
1. Is the narrative aspect of the problem clear and compelling? Do you feel you
understand the sequence of events and are interested in reading on?
2. Does the section adequately explain the problem, including any technical or contextual
details? Are there aspects you feel you donÃ¢â‚¬â„¢t understand?
3. Does the section address the initial reaction to the problem both from inside and
outside the company?
1. Does the section address what happened next for the company in a comprehensive
way? For instance, does it cover changes at the company, in its branding, in its
2. Does the section cover the aftermath for the industry as a whole, such as changed
policies and protocols, better performance for rivals, new regulations, etc.? Does it get
into the legacy of the problem in the larger culture, if any?
3. Does the author address remaining problems or vulnerabilities that may exist at this
company or at similar companies? If not, can you think of any that should be addressed?
IV. Lessons Learned
1. Does the section make reference to specific parts of the problem (or background,
aftermath, etc.) and use them to support its lessons? Are there any parts of the problem
that should be included in this section?
2. Do the lessons given seem broadly applicable and useful to other organizations and
3. Would any of the lessons be stronger if backed up by evidence from outside the
problem? What kind of evidence would be helpful?
GS 10 Weekly Reflections Grading Rubric
Best reflections synthesize the weekly material. This means not only being able to efficiently
summarize the main arguments of each piece, but more importantly, bringing together the
readings and the documentary around one or two central themes or questions to compare,
contrast, and draw conclusions from. Also include explicit and meaningful mention of all the
Adequate reflections include an efficient summary of the main arguments of the weekly
readings and the documentary and explicitly and meaningfully mention them, but do not
integrate the different pieces together around a significant theme or question.
Inadequate reflections do not include explicit and meaningful mention of weekly readings and
the documentary, do not effectively summarize their main arguments, and do not synthesize
(You do not need to attach a bibliography, just use the authorÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s name and/or reading title in the
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