Project #74297 - Myer-Briggs type- short essay and 1 page essay

1.Take the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator assessment. Discuss what your Myers-Briggs Type Indicator is and what style of manager would you be based on your findings? Use the following URL to access the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator: http://www.humanmetrics.com/cgi-win/JTypes2.asp

write a 100 word seperate essay on the results and show them. Now use this for the seperate essay.

2.Based on what you have learned from taking the Myers Briggs, your readings, and your own knowledge about yourself, what kind of leader will you be in the future?

This will be answered as a mini paper. 

Mini-Papers are single page reflections on a question or exercise. The paper is an opportunity for the student to demonstrate their comprehension of the course material and to apply it to the situation presented. The paper is also an opportunity for the student to demonstrate composition skills. Feedback will be provided for both content and composition.

Assignment: In the week that includes the Mini-Paper, a separate assignment will appear in the Discussions section of the classroom. These special Mini-Paper questions are NOT to be answered in the Discussions. The one-page response is to be submitted as a MS WORD document in your Assignment Folder by the due date specified. 

 

Format: One full page, headed with the student's name. Narrative must be double spaced, with1 inch margins, written in #12 font. References from the reading materials must be cited in the narrative (page number). For some Mini-papers, outside sources will be required; to be cited in APA format on a separate page.

 

 

 
Criteria

Composition is on target and completely responsive to the topic

Range = 9.0-10

Composition is generally on target but includes some irrelevant material or misses an small part of the assignment

Range = 8.0-8.9

Composition is somewhat on target but is dominated by a side or sub-topic. Nearly all of the required elements are addressed

Range = 7.0 - 7.9

Composition is not on target and is not responsive to the Project Description

D Range =6.0 - 6.9    F Range =0 - 5.9

Clear evidence of an outline. Composition is well organized with opening or introduction paragraph as well as closing or summary paragraph

Range = 9.0-10

Use of an outline is likely. Content flows in a logical pattern from beginning to end with an even emphasis on each major element

Range = 8.0-8.9

With or without  evidence of an outline, the paper is well balanced and comes to a supported conclusion

 

Range = 7.0 - 7.9

Content is askew in its presentation. Topics are redundant and out of sequence.

D Range =6.0 - 6.9    F Range =0 - 5.9

Appropriate grammatical (third) person, appropriate balance of names and pronouns, appropriate and consistent subject-verb agreement, etc.

Range = 18.0 = 20.0

Occasional transition between persons, or minor over-use of pronouns but content of the paper remains clear

 

Range = 16.0 - 17.9

Paper written in the wrong grammatical person but content of the paper is clear

 

 Range = 14 - 15.9

Frequent transition between grammatical persons, over-use of pronouns caused confusion in the content of the paper

 

D Range=10.0-13.9    F Range =0 - 9.9

Vocabulary is appropriate for a formal collegiate-level paper

Range = 9.0-10

One or two questionable selections in vocabulary or use of terminology

Range = 8.0 - 8.9

Some errors in vocabulary (e.g. contractions, euphemisms, jargon, etc.) that indicate some informality

Range = 7.0 - 7.9

Vocabulary indicated poor understanding  of the requirements of a formal collegiate-level paper

D Range =6.0 - 6.9     F Range =0 - 5.9

Appropriate paragraph transition with each  change in focus, topic or content

Range = 9.0-10

Some extended paragraph but no impact of the readability of the paper

Range = 8.0-8.9

Numerous extended paragraphs, making the paper difficult to read

Range = 7.0 - 7.9

No paragraph transition. Poor structure interferes with understanding of the content of the paper

D Range =6.0 - 6.9    F Range =0 - 5.9

No errors in proper sentence structure

Range 13.5-11.5

Some potential errors…attributed to writing style

Range 12.0-13.4

Minor errors or incomplete or run-on sentences, or punctuation errors.

Range10.5-11.9

Major and numerous errors in sentence structure that interfere with understanding of the content of the paper

D Range =7.5-10.4      F Range = 0 - 10.3

No spelling or punctuation errors

Range 13.5-15

One or two minor spelling or punctuation errors

Range 12.0-13.4

Less than 5 total errors in spelling or punctuation

Range 10.5-11.9

Numerous errors that should have been identified with careful proofreading

D Range =7.5-10.4      F Range = 0 - 10.3

APA format followed without error

Range 5.4 - 6

Minor errors in APA format, or alternate citation format applied

Range 4.8 - 5.3

APA format not use, but source of the material is traceable

Range 4.2 - 4.7

Source not appropriately identified or traceable

D Range =3.6 - 4.1     F Range = 0 - 3.5

APA format followed without error

Range 3.6 - 4

Minor errors in APA format, or alternate citation format applied

Range=  3.2 -3.5

APA format not use, but source of the material is traceable

Range= 2.8 - 3.1

Source not appropriately identified or traceable

D Range =2.4 - 2.7

F Range = 0 - 2.3

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Subject English
Due By (Pacific Time) 06/19/2015 12:00 am
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