Project Rubric (Demonstration)

Consistent naming scheme Compact and effective codes 20.00 None of these elements are present in the code Only 1 element present in the code Only 2 el...

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Project Rubric (Demonstration) Group Name: Group Members and ID:

Program Code: Group: Date: Lecturer:

1. 2. 3.

EE242 / EE241

Project Title: Marks (M)

Weighted Marks Obtained (WMO)

Assessment Criteria

Marks Allocated

Introduction and materials

10.00

Lack of formal introduction to the project was given. Did not use any presentation materials.

Introduction has clear statement. Use of simple presentation materials.

Good attention-getting introduction with good presentation materials

10.00

Demonstration stays within the proposed outline; technical understanding and organizing theme was sufficiently demonstrated

Demonstration is well organized with a beginning, middle, and end. There is a strong technical understanding and organizing theme, with clear main ideas and transitions

(=M X 2)

Demonstration shows little organization, unclear purpose, and/or unclear relationships or transitions.

20.00

Content and examples are less evident where distinguished category or resources are present but less than adequate for assignment. The program output is also shown properly but partly complies with the project instructions.

Contents and examples are complete and accurate. Unmistakable evidence of work is present. The program output is also shown properly and complies with the project instructions.

(=M X 4)

Contents and Output

Contents and examples are lacking or not well chosen for the topic or audience. The program output is also not shown properly and does not comply with the project instructions.

40.00

Project demonstrated analyzes an insufficient amount of technical information in the development of a few feasible solutions to meet the project objective.

Project demonstrated analyzes a diverse and significant amount of pertinent technical information in the development of feasible solutions to meet the project objective.

Project demonstrated achieves a level of artful engineering mastery marked by truly innovative, authentic, and provocative ideas, solutions, and designs

(=M X 8)

Knowledge Mastery

Professionalism

10.00

Does not take demonstration seriously. Very careless. Lacks attitude toward assignment. Shows no signs of practice or preparation.

Very few moments of a careless attitude. Majority of the time conducts themselves in a respectable manner. Shows practice and preparation.

Respectable at all times. Shows extensive practice and preparation.

Question and Answer

10.00

Cannot answer questions that were asked or giving wrong answers.

Some of the answers to the questions are partly correct/acceptable

The answers given to questions that were asked were correct/satisfactory

Max. Marks

100.00

Organization

1-2

3-4

4-5

(=M X 2)

(=M X 2)

Total Evaluated Marks (TEM)

 Total WMO.TPP (10%) i.e TEM x 0.10

(=M X 2)

Project Rubric (Report) Group Name: Group Members and ID:

Program Code: Group: Date: Lecturer:

1. 2. 3.

EE242 / EE241

Project Title:

Marks Allocated

Marks (M)

Assessment Criteria

Project Flowchart or Pseudocode

Weighted Marks Obtained (WMO)

0

1

2

3

4

5

15.00

No flowchart or pseudocode

Flowchart or pseudocode is not clear and not correct

Flowchart or pseudocode is clear but not correct

Flowchart or pseudocode is partially correct but not clear

Flowchart or pseudocode is partially correct but clear

Flowchart or pseudocode is clear and correct

(=M X 3)

40.00

Program is incomplete and does not fulfill the project instructions given.

No class or structure is used and only 1 other elements used correctly

Class and structure is used but only 2 other elements used correctly

Class and structure is used but only 3 other elements used correctly

Class and structure is used but only 4 other elements used correctly

Class and structure is used and 5 other elements used correctly

(=M X 8)

20.00

None of these elements are present in the code

Only 1 element present in the code

Only 2 elements present in the code

Only 3 elements present in the code

Only 4 elements present in the code

All elements present in the code

(=M X 4)

C++ Code Contents The program must be complete and these project-required elements must be used in the code:       

Class or Structure (compulsory) Functions Pointers or Alias Arrays Control Flow Repetition Files

C++ Coding Style Good coding practices must be demonstrated in the code which includes:  Comments on important line of codes  Nicely written codes with consistent indentation  Organized and readable (code grouping)  Consistent naming scheme  Compact and effective codes

Program Debugging and Output The program must comply with these requirements:     

Free from syntax error Free from any serious warning Contains proper prompts for user input Gives correct/desired output Multiple of correct output samples are provided in report

Max. Marks

25.00

100

All elements are non-compliant

4 elements are non-compliant

3 elements are non-compliant

2 elements are non-compliant

1 element are non-compliant

0 element are non-compliant

Total Evaluated Marks (TEM)  Total WMO.TPE (30%) i.e TEM x 0.30

(=M X 5)