Motivational interviewing

Motivational interviewing

Appendix A: Assessment 1 – Written Assignment 1 – Marking Rubric
Criteria High Distinction
(100%-85%) Distinction (84%-75%) Credit (74%-65%) Pass (64%-50%) Fail (49%-1%) Fail (0%) Mark
Criterion 1: (5 marks)
An overview of the
psychosocial intervention that
provides a clear and succinct
definition and description of
the intervention and its
application.
Outstanding overview of the
psychosocial intervention with
definitions and applications
clearly outlined.
Excellent and detailed
overview of the psychosocial
intervention with definitions
and applications outlined.
Relevant and informed
overview of the psychosocial
intervention including
definitions and applications.
Satisfactory overview of
the psychosocial
intervention, definitions
and applications.
Inadequate overview of
the psychosocial
intervention Definitions
and/or applications not
provided.
Did not
attempt
/5
Criterion 2: (10 marks)
Synopsis of the intervention
including its history,
development, applications
and current evidence base
including a critique and
analyse of your intervention
using the relevant literature.
Outstanding and comprehensive
synopsis of the intervention
including its history,
development, applications and
current evidence base, and
includes an extensive critique
and analysis of the intervention
using the relevant literature.
Excellent and detailed
synopsis of the intervention
including its history,
development, applications and
current evidence base, and
includes a critique and
analysis of the intervention
using the relevant literature.
Relevant and appropriately
informed synopsis of the
intervention including its
history, development,
applications and current
evidence base, and includes a
critique and analysis of the
intervention using the relevant
literature.
Satisfactory synopsis of
the intervention including
its history, development,
applications and current
evidence base, and
includes a critique and
analysis of the intervention
using the relevant
literature.
Inadequate synopsis of
the intervention and has
not adequately addressed
the history, development,
applications or current
evidence base. Critique
and analysis of the
intervention using the
relevant literature is
unsatisfactory.
Did not
attempt
/10
Criterion 3: (5 marks)
Consideration of the
psychosocial intervention
from a nursing perspective
including literature that
discusses its use by nurses
specifically.
Outstanding and comprehensive
consideration of the psychosocial
intervention from a nursing
perspective including highly
relevant literature that discusses
its use by nurses specifically.
Excellent and detailed
consideration of the
psychosocial intervention from
a nursing perspective
including literature that
discusses its use by nurses
specifically.
Relevant and appropriately
informed consideration of the
psychosocial intervention from
a nursing perspective
including literature that
discusses its use by nurses
specifically.
Satisfactory consideration
of the psychosocial
intervention from a nursing
perspective including
literature that discusses its
use by nurses specifically.
Inadequate consideration
of the psychosocial
intervention from a nursing
perspective and doesnt
include literature that
discusses its use by
nurses specifically.
Did not
attempt
/5
Criterion 4: Expression and
Academic Writing (5 marks)
Writing is authentic and
clearly expresses ideas and
sound reasoning.
Uses correct spelling and
paragraph structure
throughout.
Structured as per
requirements in Course
outline.
Exemplary writing with very high
levels of authenticity and
independent thought. Ideas and
reasoning are clearly expressed.
Introductory sentence used at the
start of paragraphs. Main subject
matter is developed within each
paragraph. Concluding sentence
used at the end of paragraphs.
Exemplary spelling, grammar
and syntax with no errors. Meets
all style requirements.
Evidence of superior academic
writing skills. Authentic and
original writing that clearly
synthesises the key points of
the assignment. Expression of
ideas and reasoning is clear.
Correct use of paragraphs.
Discussion in each paragraph
provides sufficient depth to
demonstrate understanding.
Superior spelling, grammar
and syntax < 5 minor errors. Meets all style requirements. Evidence of sound academic writing. Authentic and original writing that clearly addresses the key points of the assignment. Expression of ideas and reasoning is satisfactory. Paragraphs are 5-7 sentences in length and sentences are clear and concise. Minor errors only in syntax, spelling and grammar. Meets all style requirements. Authentic writing that attempts to show independent thought. May struggle with expression of ideas and reasoning. Attempts to use paragraphs. Some sentences may be too long/short. Meets almost all style requirements including spacing, page numbers, font, headings. Lacks authenticity. Language hinders the effective flow of ideas and meaning. Sentences lack structure and are consistently too short or too long. Multiple errors in spelling, grammar and style. Not structured as per requirements in Course Outline. N/A /5 Criterion 5: Literature sources and referencing (5 marks) Wide range of contemporary and relevant sources are used in text and listed in reference list. Uses APA 7 style. Sources are appropriate, contemporary and from a range of journals and databases. Complies with all the referencing style requirements. There are no errors in referencing throughout Sources are appropriate, contemporary and from a range of journals and databases. APA 7 referencing style is consistently accurate. Less than 5 minor referencing errors. Sources are appropriate, mostly contemporary and from a narrow range of journals and databases. Complies with referencing style requirements. Some referencing errors in in-text and/or referencing list (5-7). Sources are mostly relevant however there are too few to demonstrate wide reading. style. Some errors in intext and/or referencing list (8-10). Sources are inappropriate and/or absent. In-text referencing and/or reference list contains maj

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