write a reflection to the case study

Essay Format: Your essay should be typed, double-spaced on standard-sized paper (8.5″ x 11″) with 1″ margins on all sides. You should use a clear font that is highly readable. Per APA style, it is recommended to use 12 pt. Times New Roman font. For further APA style guidelines, please visit Purdue OWL (Links to an external site.).

Essay Directions: Please read the following case study by reading the attached document.. Then answer, the following questions:

Case Study Questions:

Discuss the importance of feedback as it relates to employee morale.

Discuss a time when you received feedback at work or school. What was the feedback? How did you improve your behavior?

If you were in a management position, discuss how you would provide your employee’s feedback.

Rubrics:

Criteria Ratings Pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeContent

40.0 pts

Excellent

The essay illustrates exemplary understanding of the course material by thoroughly and correctly: (1) addressing the relevant content; (2) identifying and explaining all of the key concepts/ideas; (3) using correct terminology; (4) explaining the reasoning behind key points/claims; and (5) (where necessary or useful) substantiating points with several accurate and original examples.

35.0 pts

Good

The essay illustrates solid understanding of the course material by correctly: (1) addressing most of the relevant content; (2) identifying and explaining most of the key concepts/ideas; (3) using correct terminology; (4) explaining the reasoning behind most of the key points/claims; and (5) (where necessary or useful) substantiating some points with accurate examples.

30.0 pts

Acceptable

The essay illustrates rudimentary understanding of the course material by: (1) mentioning, but not fully explaining, the relevant content; (2) identifying some of the key concepts/ideas (though failing to fully or accurately explain many of them); (3) using terminology, though sometimes inaccurately or inappropriately; and (4) incorporating some key claims/points, but failing to explain the reasoning behind them (or doing so inaccurately).

20.0 pts

Unacceptable

The essay illustrates poor understanding of the course material by (1) failing to address or relevant content; (2) failing to identify or inaccurately explaining/defining key concepts/ideas; (3) ignoring or incorrectly explaining key points/claims and the reasoning behind them; and (4) incorrectly or inappropriately using terminology.

40.0 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeReasoning

40.0 pts

Excellent

The essay reflects expert reasoning by: (1) synthesizing material; (2) making connections between relevant ideas/claims/points; (3) presenting an insightful and thorough evaluation of the relevant issue or problem; (4) identifying and discussing important nuances in the relevant material; and (5) identifying and discussing key assumptions and/or implications.

35.0 pts

Good

The essay reflects fairly strong reasoning by: (1) synthesizing material, (2) making appropriate connections between some of the key ideas/claims/points; (3) accurately evaluating the issue/problem; and (4) identifying ad discussing key assumptions and/or implications.

30.0 pts

Acceptable

The essay reflects basic reasoning by: (1) synthesizing some of the material, though remains vague and undeveloped; (2) making a few connections between ideas/claims/points, but ignoring or inaccurately connecting others; (3) evaluating the issue/problem at a very basic/superficial level; and (4) ignoring assumptions and implications.

20.0 pts

Unacceptable

The essay reflects substandard or poor reasoning by: (1) failing to synthesize the material or doing so inaccurately; (2) failing to make connections between ideas/claims/points or doing so inaccurately; and (3) failing to evaluate the issue or problem.

40.0 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeWriting, Grammar, and Mechanics

20.0 pts

Excellent

The essay is clear, and concise as a result of: (1) appropriate and precise use of terminology; (2) absence of tangents and coherence of thoughts; and (3) logical organization of ideas and thoughts; (4) complete sentences, free of spelling errors and uses correct grammar, (5) follows correct formatting style, (6) falls between the minimum and maximum page requirement.

15.0 pts

Good

The essay is mostly clear as a result of: (1) appropriate use of terminology and minimal vagueness; (2) minimal number of tangents and lack of repetition; and (3) fairly good organization; (4) complete sentences, few spelling errors and grammar mistakes, (5) follows correct formatting style with minimal mistakes, (6) falls between the minimum and maximum page requirement.

10.0 pts

Acceptable

The essay is often unclear and difficult to follow due to: (1) some inappropriate terminology and/or vague language; (2) ideas sometimes being fragmented, wondering and/or repetitive; and (3) poor organization; (4) incomplete sentences, has spelling errors and uses acceptable grammar, (5) barely follows correct formatting style, (6) does not fall between the minimum and maximum page requirement.

5.0 pts

Unacceptable

The essay does not communicate ideas/points clearly due to: (1) inappropriate use of terminology and vague language; (2) reliance on disjointed and incomprehensible thoughts and clauses; and (3) lack of recognizable organization; (4) no sentence structure, many spelling errors and unacceptable grammar, (5) does not follow correct formatting style, (6) does not fall between the minimum and maximum page requirement.

20.0 pts

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