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In paragraph form (3-5 pages), the case analysis should include the following sections:
•Clearly and succinctly, describe the problem or issue that is the subject of the case. Use names to identify key actors in the case (not all actors).
•Identify and evaluate 2-3 relevant potential courses of action. Describe each and state their strengths and weaknesses.
•Choose the alternative that you believe is most appropriate and justify your choice. Apply concepts primarily from Module 5, but Module 6 could apply as well.
•Use the discussion questions provided at the end of the case to help guide your analysis. While you are not answering these questions directly, they can provide guidance for the write-up.
•Write a concluding paragraph.
Formatting & Organization
Followed formatting according to the syllabus. Very well organized.
Generally followed formatting instructions, minimal errors. Fairly well organized.
Major errors in formatting. Poorly organized, difficult to follow.
Few errors in spelling and punctuation, succinct written with clear message.
Some errors in spelling and punctuation. Mostly understandable.
Numerous errors in spelling and punctuation. Difficult to understand the points the student is trying to make.
Concise yet complete. Good insight for the reader. Identifies most to all key actors.
Some points are unclear. Identifies actors, but may not be all key actors. Adequate insight to the reader.
Unclear. Reader is unlikely to understand the case from the description. Does not identify key actors.
Recognizes viable policy alternatives and justifies chosen alternative. Supports position with valid arguments.
Recognizes one viable alternative or tries to support a position but arguments are not valid.
Fails to consider alternatives or inaccurately identifies alternatives. Does not articulate a position.
Description of criterion
Clearly identifies theory or concept from the readings that is appropriate for the case and clearly linked.
Mentions a theory or concept that is somewhat applicable. May not be clearly connected to the case.
No theory or concept from class identified or theory chosen is not appropriate for the case.