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Grading Templates

  • Grading Items for Class Participation
    Author: Rajah Vellan Komaran, Associate Professor of Strategic Management, Lee Kong Chian School of Business.
    He includes these details in his course outline to inform students how he grades class participation in MGMT003 (Business, Government and Society).
  • Grading Guidelines for Class Participation
    Author: Chang Pao Li, Associate Professor of Economics and Davin Chor, Assistant Professor of Economic, School of Economics.
    Prof Chor communicates how class participation is graded in his ECON203 (International Economics) course outline, which is adapted from the outline Prof Chang created for the course.
  • Class Participation Rubric
    Author: Christine Ho, Assistant Professor of Economics, School of Economics.
    She uses this rubric to grade class participation in ECON211 (Public Sector Economics).
  • Grading Form for Negotiation Analysis
    Author: Don Ferrin, Professor of Organisational Behaviour and Human Resources, Lee Kong Chian School of Business.
    He uses this form for grading students’ Negotiation Analysis papers for his course, Negotiation Skills for Business.
  • Marking Scheme for Assignment
    Author: Kyriakos Mouratidis, Associate Professor of Information Systems, School of Information Systems.
    He uses this information sheet to communicate the requirements and marking scheme for group assignment in IS401 (Advanced Data Management).
  • Grading Expectations
    Author: Tom Estad, Senior Lecturer of Corporate Communication, Lee Kong Chian School of Business.
    He uses this rubric in MGMT105 (Management Communication) and COMM101 (Current Issues in Business, Culture, and Society) to communicate his expectations for each letter grade.
  • Grading Criteria for Individual Essay
    Author: Hoon Chang Yau, Assistant Professor of Asian Studies, School of Social Sciences.
    He uses this rubric for grading individual essays in ASIA001 (Introduction to Asian Modern History, Politics and Economics).
  • Marking Rubric for Journal
    Author: Timothy K. Hsi, Adjunct, Lee Kong Chian School of Business; Centre Director, Mrs Wong Kwok Leong Student Wellness Centre.
    He uses these criteria for grading journal reflections in MGMT336 (Peer Mentoring and Facilitation).
  • Grading Criteria for Presentation
    Author: Hanoi Lok, Adjunct, Lee Kong Chian School of Business.
    She uses these criteria for grading presentations in her leadership courses, OBHR001 (Leadership and Team Building) and OBHR103 (Leadership Through Mentoring).
  • Grading Expectations for Individual Project Proposal
    Author: Mei Lin, Assistant Professor of Information Systems, School of Information Systems.
    She communicates these expectations for the IS101 (Seiminar on IS Management) mid-term assignment, which forms a part of students’ individual project.
  • Grading Rubric for Short Essays
    Author: Ijlal Naqvi, Assistant Professor of Sociology, School of Social Sciences.
    He uses these criteria for grading short essays in SOCG109 (Contemporary South Asian Societies).
  • Grading Criteria for Group Project Presentation
    Author: Mark Chong, Associate Professor of Corporate Communication, Lee Kong Chian School of Business.
    He uses these criteria to assess group project presentations in COMM216 (The Communication and Digital Media Industries) and MGMT321 (Business Study Mission).
  • Grading Form for Group Project
    Author: Tan Hwee Hoon, Associate Professor of Organisational Behaviour, Lee Kong Chian School of Business.
    She uses this form for grading her students’ group projects in a variety of courses she teaches that has this assessment component.
  • Grading Rubrics for Project Work
    Author: Chang Pao Li, Associate Professor of Economics and Davin Chor, Assistant Professor of Economics, School of Economics.
    Prof Chor communicates how class participation is graded in his ECON203 (International Economics) course outline, which is adapted from the outline Prof Chang created for the course.

      Last updated on 01 May 2017 .