92. Reaction Paper
Rhode, D.L. (2016). Moral Leadership: The Theory and Practice of Power, Judgment, and Policy. Jossey-Bass. ISBN 978-0787982829
Remember, this is not a book summary or book report. It is like having an engaging conversation with the author. See the reaction outline that was uploaded and the table of contents. ASSIGNMENT: Write a 2 page reaction for each chapter including the introduction through chapter 13. I do not have the book, but it may be at the library or available as an ebook. I managed to get a copy of the index of the book. Also, use six other sources to support the position of the paper. The paper must be in APA 6th edition format: Headers, runners, please do not use I, me, or my or other related terms. Proper reference citations are needed. Direct quotes must have the proper citation with page number(s), indirect quotes or paraphased information need proper citations, reference the APA guide for further instruction. Also, please do not use slang or improper English. Read through all instructions carefully. A good resource for the format is Owl Purdue https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/560/01/
Other attachment to assist with the structure of the paper will be attached and also uploaded.
(50%) The writer does not demonstrate cursory understanding of subject matter, and the purpose of the paper is not stated. The objective, therefore, is not addressed and supporting materials are not correctly referenced.
FEWER THAN 20 POINTS The writer demonstrates limited understanding of the subject matter in that theories are not well connected to a practical experience or appropriate examples, though the attempt to research the topic is evident, and materials are correctly referenced.
20 to 40 POINTS The writer demonstrates an understanding of the subject matter by clearly stating the objective of the paper and links theories to practical experience. The paper includes relevant material that is correctly referenced, and this material fulfills the objective of the paper.
41 to 50 POINTS
(20%) Paragraphs do not focus around a central point, and concepts are disjointedly introduced or poorly defended (i.e., stream of consciousness).
FEWER THAN 8 POINTS Topics/content could be organized in a more logical manner. Transitions from one idea to the next are often disconnected and uneven.
8 to 16 POINTS The writer focuses on ideas and concepts within paragraphs, and sentences are well-connected and meaningful. Each topic logically follows the objective. The introduction clearly states the objective or ideas leading to the purpose of the paper, and a conclusion draws the ideas together.
17 to 20 POINTS
(10%) The paper does not conform to APA style.
FEWER THAN 4 POINTS The paper does not conform completely to APA style (e.g., margins, spacing, pagination, headings, headers, citations, references, according to the APA Manual).
4 to 8 POINTS The paper is correctly formatted to APA style (e.g., margins, spacing pagination, headings, headers, citations, references, according to the APA Manual).
9 to 10 POINTS
SPELLING, GRAMMAR, & PUNCTUATION
(10%) The writer demonstrates limited understanding of formal written language use; writing is colloquial (i.e., conforms to spoken language). Grammar and punctuation are consistently incorrect. Spelling errors are numerous.
FEWER THAN 4 POINTS The writer occasionally uses awkward sentence construction or overuses and/or inappropriately uses complex sentence structure. Problems with word usage (e.g., evidence of incorrect use of Thesaurus) and punctuation persist, often causing difficulties with grammar.
4 to 8 POINTS The writer demonstrates correct usage of formal English language in sentence construction. Variation in sentence structure and word usage promotes readability. There are no spelling, punctuation, or word usage errors.
9 to 10 POINTS
CLARITY & STYLE
(10 %) The writer struggles with limited vocabulary and has difficulty conveying meaning such that only the broadest, most general messages are presented.
FEWER THAN 4 POINTS Some words, transitional phrases, and conjunctions are overused. Ideas may be overstated, and sentences with limited contribution to the subject are included.
4 to 8 POINTS The reading audience is correctly identified, demonstrated by appropriate language usage (i.e., avoiding jargon and simplifying complex concepts appropriately). Writing is concise, in active voice, and avoids awkward transitions and overuse of conjunctions.