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If two teams in a section are using similar ideas, the leader should make sure your professor approves the second team’s work as distinct from the ﬁrst team’s idea. 31 Increasing Competency GRADING RUBRIC FOR PROJECT 3 Team # Topic Written Report (30 pts) Score Description (1–3) Purpose/Objective clearly stated (1–3) Evaluation/Grading detailed (1–3) Appendix containing proposed handout (1–5) Solution included (1–3) ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ Compliance (1 each) 3 pages (without Appendix) Double spaced 12 font and 1v margins ________ ________ ________ Grammar (10) Note: 1 point per mistake ________ Presentation (30 pts) E-mail subject correct (1) Presentation checklist compliance (22) Slide 1 ¼ Topic and Group members (1) Slide 2 ¼ Overview (1) Slide 3 ¼ Motivation (1) Last Slide ¼ Conclusion (or Biblio) (1) Bullet points – not sentences (2) Graphics/animation (1) ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ PowerPoint (10 pts) 6 slides to a page on printout (2) Grammar (8) Note: 1 point per mistake ________ ________ ________ Creativity (30 pts) ________ Total Score ________ Notes RESUME AS A BALANCED SCORECARD: TEACHING THE BALANCED SCORECARD USING ANALOGY M.
As part of their preparation for Project 3, students individually present an article from a practitioner journal during the semester. These short presentations allow students to practice their oral communication skills and beneﬁt the rest of the class by describing current issues related to the course or accounting careers. Students select an article from a list we provide of short, non-technical articles in journals such as Strategic Finance or CFO. We intentionally choose articles with content that students will be more comfortable presenting and that students can describe within a three- to ﬁveminute time limit.