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Marking and feedback template for the topic development exercise for the motivation and emotion unit. Designed to be transcluded on a chapter talk page.

Simple example

Simple example

See also detailed example

<!-- Official topic development feedback -->
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<!-- User page -->
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<!-- Social contribution -->
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<!-- Headings -->
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<!-- Key points-->
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<!-- Figure -->
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<!-- References -->
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<!-- Resources -->
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gives


Topic development feedback

The topic development has been reviewed according to the marking criteria. Written feedback is provided below, plus there is a general feedback page. Please also check the chapter's page history to check for editing changes made whilst reviewing the chapter plan. Responses to this feedback can be made by starting a new section below and/or contacting the reviewer. Topic development marks are available via UCLearn. Note that marks are based on what was available before the due date, whereas the comments may also be based on all material available at time of providing this feedback.

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Title

User page

Social contribution

Headings

Key points

Figure

References

Resources

-- Jtneill - Talk - c 04:42, 17 July 2021 (UTC)

Detailed example

Example use of the template which includes some commonly provided feedback comments:

<!-- Official topic development feedback -->
{{METF/2021
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<!-- Title -->
# The title is correctly worded and formatted
# The sub-title is correctly worded and formatted
# Wording and capitalisation of the title has been corrected to be consistent with the [[Motivation and emotion/Book/2021|book table of contents]]
# Wording and capitalisation of the sub-title has been corrected to be consistent with the [[Motivation and emotion/Book/2021|book table of contents]]
# Author details removed - authorship is as per the page's editing history
|2=
<!-- User page -->
# Excellent - used effectively
# Created - minimal, but sufficient
# Not created
# Description about self provided
# Very brief description about self provided - consider expanding
# Add description about self
# Link(s) provided to professional profile(s)
# Consider linking to your [https://portfolio.canberra.edu.au/ eportfolio] page and/or any other professional online profile or resume such as [https://www.linkedin.com/ LinkedIn]. This is not required, but it can be useful to interlink your professional networks.
# Link provided to book chapter
# Add link to book chapter
|3=
<!-- Social contribution -->
# Excellent - summarised with direct link(s) to evidence
# Summarised with indirect link(s) to evidence
# If adding the second or subsequent link to a page, create a direct link like / Add direct links to evidence. To do this: View the page history, select the version of the page before and after your contributions, click "compare selected revisions", and then use this website address as a direct link to evidence for listing on your user page. For more info, see [[Motivation and emotion/Assessment/Chapter#Making and summarising social contributions|Making and summarising social contributions]].
# Great to see you on Twitter!
# Use a numbered list
# Add a brief summary of each contribution
# Add your [[Wikiversity:Signature|signature]] to comments on talk/discussion pages
# None summarised with direct link(s) to evidence
|4=
<!-- Headings -->
# See earlier comment about [[#heading casing|Heading casing]]
# Excellent
# Well developed 2-level heading structure, with meaningful headings that directly relate to the core topic
# Promising 2-level heading structure - could benefit from further development by expanding the structure
# It makes logical sense to use the sub-title questions as top-level headings. Consider further development of sub-headings in those sections.
# Basic, 2-level heading structure - could benefit from further development to limit the focus on background information and expand the focus on the target topic
# Basic, 1-level heading structure - could benefit from further development, perhaps using a 2-level structure
# Under-developed, 1-level heading structure - develop further, perhaps using a 2-level structure for the largest section(s)
# Overly complicated 3-level structure - consider simplifying
# Aim for 3 to 6 top-level headings between the Overview and Conclusion, with up to a similar number of sub-headings for large sections
# The Overview and Conclusion should not have sub-headings
# Use default heading formatting (e.g., avoid bold, italics, underline etc.)
# Avoid having sections with 1 sub-heading - use 0 or 2+ sub-headings
|5=
<!-- Key points-->
# Key points are well developed for each section, with relevant citations
# Promising development of key points for each section, with relevant citations
# Basic development of key points for each section, with relevant citations
# Use bullet points (see [[Motivation and emotion/Tutorials/Topic selection#Using Wikiversity|Tutorial 1 - Using Wikiversity]])
# For sections which include sub-sections include key points for an overview paragraph prior to  branching into the sub-headings
# Overview - Consider adding:
## an evocative description of the problem and what will be covered
## focus questions
## an image
## an example or case study
# Avoid providing too much background information. Briefly summarise general concepts and provide internal wiki links to other book chapters and/or Wikipedia pages for further information. Then focus most of the content of this chapter on ''directly answering the core question(s)'' posed by the chapter sub-title.
# Good balance of theory and research
# There seems to be reasonably good coverage of theory; strive to balance with review of relevant research
# Strive for an integrated balance of theory and research
# Excellent use of in-text [[m:Help:Interwiki linking|interwiki links]] for the first mention of key terms to relevant Wikipedia articles and/or to other relevant book chapters
# Include in-text [[m:Help:Interwiki linking|interwiki links]] for the first mention of key terms to relevant Wikipedia articles and/or to other relevant book chapters.
# Excellent use of examples/case studies
# Consider including more examples/case studies
# Cite each reference at least once in the main text.
# Use APA style 7th edition for citations with three or more authors (i.e., FirstAuthor et al., year)
# Direct quotes need page numbers (APA style) - even better, write in your own words
# Avoid overcapitalisation (APA style) - [https://polishedpaper.com/blog/capitalization-apa-style more info]
# Write the chapter using [https://www.aresearchguide.com/write-in-third-person.html 3rd person perspective], although a case study or feature box could use 1st or 2nd person perspective
# Use British/Australian spelling (e.g., analyze -> analyse; behavior -> behaviour)
# Move references into the References section. Keep citations in the main body.
# Conclusion (the most important section):
## well developed
## underway
## under developed
## hasn't been developed
## what might the take-home, practical messages be?
## in a nutshell, what are the answer(s) to the question(s) in the sub-title and/or focus questions?
# This is generally well-written, but I recommend using the Studiosity service to help improve the quality of written expression because there are a lot of grammar and spelling errors.
|6=
<!-- Figure -->
# Excellent
# Well done on creating and uploading your own image! {{smile}}
# A figure is presented
# A figure is not presented
# Caption uses APA style
# Caption should include ''Figure X''. ...
# Caption explains how the image connects to key points being made in the main text
# Caption could better explain how the image connects to key points being made in the main text
# Figure(s) are cited at least once in the main text
# Cite each figure at least once in the main text
# Consider increasing image size from to make it easier to view
|7=
<!-- References -->
# Excellent
# Very good
# Good
# OK
# For [https://apastyle.apa.org/instructional-aids/reference-guide.pdf APA referencing style], check and correct:
## alphabetical order
## capitalisation
## italicisation
## [https://apastyle.apa.org/instructional-aids/reference-guide.pdf doi formatting]
## separate page numbers by an en-dash (–) rather than a hyphen (-)
# None
# Remember that the goal is to identify and use the best academic theory and research about this topic.
|8=
<!-- Resources -->
# See also
## Excellent
## Very good
## Use bullet-points
## Rename links so that they are more user friendly
## Include source in brackets after link
## Also link to relevant book chapters
## Also link to relevant Wikipedia pages
# External links
## Excellent
## Very good
## Use bullet-points
## Rename links so that they are more user friendly
## Include source in brackets after link
## Target an international audience; Australians only represent 0.33% of the world population
}}
~~~~

gives


Topic development feedback

The topic development has been reviewed according to the marking criteria. Written feedback is provided below, plus there is a general feedback page. Please also check the chapter's page history to check for editing changes made whilst reviewing the chapter plan. Responses to this feedback can be made by starting a new section below and/or contacting the reviewer. Topic development marks are available via UCLearn. Note that marks are based on what was available before the due date, whereas the comments may also be based on all material available at time of providing this feedback.

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Title

  1. The title is correctly worded and formatted
  2. The sub-title is correctly worded and formatted
  3. Wording and capitalisation of the title has been corrected to be consistent with the book table of contents
  4. Wording and capitalisation of the sub-title has been corrected to be consistent with the book table of contents
  5. Author details removed - authorship is as per the page's editing history

User page

  1. Excellent - used effectively
  2. Created - minimal, but sufficient
  3. Not created
  4. Description about self provided
  5. Very brief description about self provided - consider expanding
  6. Add description about self
  7. Link(s) provided to professional profile(s)
  8. Consider linking to your eportfolio page and/or any other professional online profile or resume such as LinkedIn. This is not required, but it can be useful to interlink your professional networks.
  9. Link provided to book chapter
  10. Add link to book chapter

Social contribution

  1. Excellent - summarised with direct link(s) to evidence
  2. Summarised with indirect link(s) to evidence
  3. If adding the second or subsequent link to a page, create a direct link like / Add direct links to evidence. To do this: View the page history, select the version of the page before and after your contributions, click "compare selected revisions", and then use this website address as a direct link to evidence for listing on your user page. For more info, see Making and summarising social contributions.
  4. Great to see you on Twitter!
  5. Use a numbered list
  6. Add a brief summary of each contribution
  7. Add your signature to comments on talk/discussion pages
  8. None summarised with direct link(s) to evidence

Headings

  1. See earlier comment about Heading casing
  2. Excellent
  3. Well developed 2-level heading structure, with meaningful headings that directly relate to the core topic
  4. Promising 2-level heading structure - could benefit from further development by expanding the structure
  5. It makes logical sense to use the sub-title questions as top-level headings. Consider further development of sub-headings in those sections.
  6. Basic, 2-level heading structure - could benefit from further development to limit the focus on background information and expand the focus on the target topic
  7. Basic, 1-level heading structure - could benefit from further development, perhaps using a 2-level structure
  8. Under-developed, 1-level heading structure - develop further, perhaps using a 2-level structure for the largest section(s)
  9. Overly complicated 3-level structure - consider simplifying
  10. Aim for 3 to 6 top-level headings between the Overview and Conclusion, with up to a similar number of sub-headings for large sections
  11. The Overview and Conclusion should not have sub-headings
  12. Use default heading formatting (e.g., avoid bold, italics, underline etc.)
  13. Avoid having sections with 1 sub-heading - use 0 or 2+ sub-headings

Key points

  1. Key points are well developed for each section, with relevant citations
  2. Promising development of key points for each section, with relevant citations
  3. Basic development of key points for each section, with relevant citations
  4. Use bullet points (see Tutorial 1 - Using Wikiversity)
  5. For sections which include sub-sections include key points for an overview paragraph prior to branching into the sub-headings
  6. Overview - Consider adding:
    1. an evocative description of the problem and what will be covered
    2. focus questions
    3. an image
    4. an example or case study
  7. Avoid providing too much background information. Briefly summarise general concepts and provide internal wiki links to other book chapters and/or Wikipedia pages for further information. Then focus most of the content of this chapter on directly answering the core question(s) posed by the chapter sub-title.
  8. Good balance of theory and research
  9. There seems to be reasonably good coverage of theory; strive to balance with review of relevant research
  10. Strive for an integrated balance of theory and research
  11. Excellent use of in-text interwiki links for the first mention of key terms to relevant Wikipedia articles and/or to other relevant book chapters
  12. Include in-text interwiki links for the first mention of key terms to relevant Wikipedia articles and/or to other relevant book chapters.
  13. Excellent use of examples/case studies
  14. Consider including more examples/case studies
  15. Cite each reference at least once in the main text.
  16. Use APA style 7th edition for citations with three or more authors (i.e., FirstAuthor et al., year)
  17. Direct quotes need page numbers (APA style) - even better, write in your own words
  18. Avoid overcapitalisation (APA style) - more info
  19. Write the chapter using 3rd person perspective, although a case study or feature box could use 1st or 2nd person perspective
  20. Use British/Australian spelling (e.g., analyze -> analyse; behavior -> behaviour)
  21. Move references into the References section. Keep citations in the main body.
  22. Conclusion (the most important section):
    1. well developed
    2. underway
    3. under developed
    4. hasn't been developed
    5. what might the take-home, practical messages be?
    6. in a nutshell, what are the answer(s) to the question(s) in the sub-title and/or focus questions?
  23. This is generally well-written, but I recommend using the Studiosity service to help improve the quality of written expression because there are a lot of grammar and spelling errors.

Figure

  1. Excellent
  2. Well done on creating and uploading your own image! Smiley.svg
  3. A figure is presented
  4. A figure is not presented
  5. Caption uses APA style
  6. Caption should include Figure X. ...
  7. Caption explains how the image connects to key points being made in the main text
  8. Caption could better explain how the image connects to key points being made in the main text
  9. Figure(s) are cited at least once in the main text
  10. Cite each figure at least once in the main text
  11. Consider increasing image size to make it easier to view

References

  1. Excellent
  2. Very good
  3. Good
  4. OK
  5. For APA referencing style, check and correct:
    1. alphabetical order
    2. capitalisation
    3. italicisation
    4. doi formatting
    5. separate page numbers by an en-dash (–) rather than a hyphen (-)
  6. None
  7. Remember that the goal is to identify and use the best academic theory and research about this topic.

Resources

  1. See also
    1. Excellent
    2. Very good
    3. Use bullet-points
    4. Rename links so that they are more user friendly
    5. Include source in brackets after link
    6. Also link to relevant book chapters
    7. Also link to relevant Wikipedia pages
  2. External links
    1. Excellent
    2. Very good
    3. Use bullet-points
    4. Rename links so that they are more user friendly
    5. Include source in brackets after link
    6. Target an international audience; Australians only represent 0.33% of the world population

See also