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To help you write?Assignment 4: The Organism Profile?you will first submit an outline to organize your thoughts and main points.?Your outline?should be formatted a?specific way (described below) and must contain the following parts as described.? To prepare for this assignment I recommend that you do the following:

  • ? ? Read these directions carefully.
  • ? ? Review the sample outline provided to you. (See attached at the end and top of these directions)
  • ? ? Read the rubric. (See attached at the end and top of these directions). The rubric is a very detailed template that I will use to assess your performance.? It also will help you understand what is expected from you as you prepare your assignment.
  • ? ? Message me with any questions!
  • ? ? ?PLEASE: be sure to cite internal to the outline. ?Failure to properly cite references can be construed as academic dishonesty and can result in points lost to no credit on an assignment. ?Multiple instances of academic dishonesty may result in disciplinary action. ?PLEASE review the materials from Assignment 1 or ask me if you have any questions on how to cite.

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The outline format: ?your outline must be formatted as described and exemplified in the example attached.? Please note that this format will be assessed in your grade:

  • Use an alphanumeric sequence
  • Sections should be indented and aligned.?
  • Follow the suggested order of the required elements.
  • Use?brief but?detailed and descriptive phrases.? This will allow you to more easily flush these points out into complete sentences when it comes time to write the paper.

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The required elements: Your outline should contain the following elements in this order:

I.?????????????The Introduction: this section must contain

???? A.?? The scientific name of your organism. Please see this link to help if needed:?How to Write Latin Names of Species?

???? B.?? The common name of your organism.? What do most people know it as? ?Are there other names?

???? C.?? The area of residence in which you and your organism are (country/state/city).

???? D.?? The specific biome of where your organism lives.? Please see here for more details on?biomes.?

II.???????????The Body: this section should contain

???? A.???Background: include a general physical description of your organism.

???? B.???Life Cycle: describe the life cycle of your organism.? The life cycle refers to the series of changes that happens from the beginning of life as your organism develops and grows into a mature organism.? Please see here for some hints on the?Life Cycle. ?Note that some organisms (like plants) have a more complex life cycle than an animal does. ?If you have any questions on this please ask!

???? C.???Structure and Function: please select one organ system of your organism that you find to be particularly interesting and describe both the anatomy and physiology of that system.?

a.??? If your organism is an animal, here are a list of the?general animal organ systems

b.??? If your organism is a plant, here are a list of the?general plant organ systems

c.??? If you have selected a bacteria or a fungus the concept can be more complex.? Please contact me directly for more help if needed.

???? D.???
Assignment 2: Organism Profile Outline Rubric

 

Evaluation Criteria

 

Outline Format

 

(4 points)

 


 


 


 


 


 


 

These are the required

 

format criteria:

 

Alphanumeric

 

sequence

 

Sections indented and

 

aligned

 

Logical order of

 

sections

 

Brief phrases used

 

Introduction Section

 

(15 points)

 


 

These are the minimum

 

required subsections:

 

Common and

 

scientific names

 

Geographic range

 

Specific location

 

(country, state, city)

 

Specific location

 

biome

 


 

Excellent

 


 

Good

 


 

4 points

 


 

3 points

 


 

Outline is

 

formatted with all

 

required criteria.

 


 

Outline is formatted with three

 

required criteria

 


 

Fair

 


 

.

 


 

Poor

 


 

Points

 

Earned

 


 

< 3 points

 

Outline is formatted

 

with two or less

 

required criteria.

 

-

 


 

Or -

 


 

Outline is not

 

formatted.

 


 

15 points

 


 

14 - 12 points

 


 

11 - 9 points

 


 

< 9 points

 


 

Introduction section

 

contains all four

 

required

 

subsections at

 

minimum.

 


 

Introduction section contains

 

three of required subsections; or

 

the scientific name is not written

 

properly

 


 

Introduction section contains

 

two of the required subsections.

 


 

Introduction section

 

contains one of the

 

required subsections.

 


 

Factual and specific

 

information about

 

each subsection is

 

present.

 


 

Some factual and specific

 

information about each

 

subsection is present, but more

 

is needed to adequately discuss.

 


 

Factual and specific information

 

about each subsection is not

 

present.

 


 

-

 


 

or

 


 

-

 


 

Introduction section is

 

absent.

 


 

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Content Sections

 

(50 points)

 

These are the required

 

minimum content

 

sections:

 


 


 


 


 


 


 

Background

 

Life cycle

 

Structure & Function

 

Evolution

 

Additional Interests

 


 

**Each section should

 

have a minimum of two

 

subsections

 

Conclusion Section

 

(15 points)

 

These are the required

 

minimum content

 

sections:

 

Four to six bullet points

 

are present

 


 

Reference Citation

 

Page (6 points)

 

These are the required

 

minimum content

 

sections:

 


 

50 - 45 points

 


 

44 - 40 points

 


 

39 - 30 points

 


 

< 29 points

 


 

Outline contains all

 

five main sections.

 


 

Outline contains at least three of

 

the five main sections at

 

minimum.

 


 

Outline contains at least two of

 

five main sections.

 


 

Outline contains one

 

of the five main

 

sections.

 


 

Each section

 

contains two

 

subsections at

 

minimum.

 


 

Two or less sections contain two

 

subsections.

 

Information about each

 

subsection is somewhat specific.

 


 

Subsections lacking

 

in number or

 

substance.

 

Information about

 

each subsection is

 

not specific.

 


 

15 points

 


 

<12 points

 


 

< 10 points

 


 

Conclusion section

 

is present in the

 

outline with this

 

section with four to

 

six bullet points

 

that sum up the

 

main points from

 

the outline.

 


 

Conclusion section is present in

 

the outline with less than three

 

bullet points that sum up the

 

main points from the outline.

 


 

Conclusion section

 

not present in the

 

outline.

 


 

Factual, detailed

 

and specific

 

information about

 

each subsection is

 

present.

 


 

Most sections contain two

 

subsections at minimum.

 

Information about each

 

subsection is somewhat specific.

 


 

Conclusion sections are present

 

in the outline with multiple

 

errors.

 


 

6 points

 


 

5 points

 


 

<5 points

 


 

Five references

 

properly formatted

 


 

Four references properly

 

formatted

 


 

Three or less

 

references properly

 


 

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Five references listed on

 

the citation page,

 

properly formatted.

 

Writing: Spelling,

 

Grammar, Punctuation

 

(10 points)

 


 

formatted

 


 

10 points

 


 

9 - 8 points

 


 

7 - 6 points

 


 

< 5 points

 


 

Writing errors are

 

not present.

 


 

Some grammar/spelling errors

 

but they do not take away from

 

outline content and clarity.

 


 

Spelling, punctuation, and

 

grammar errors impair

 

readability/ comprehension.

 


 

Numerous writing

 

errors are present.

 

Spelling, punctuation,

 

and grammar errors

 

severely impair

 

readability/

 

comprehension.

 


 

Note on citations

 

internal to the outline:

 

Failure to properly

 

reference facts, figures

 

and other information can

 

result in up to no credit

 

for this assignment and a

 

teachable moment about

 

plagiarism/academic

 

dishonesty. A second

 

instance may lead to a

 

notice sent to the

 

registrar for academic

 

dishonesty.

 


 

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