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You?need?to?explain?how?Calculus?can?be?used?in?determining?the?trajectory?of?shrapnel?of?an?explosion.?Please

look?at?the?rubric?in?the?files?to?determine?how?to?exactly?write?it.?There?needs?to?be?a?minimum?of?5?academic

sources?from?journal?articles?or?books.?Please?write?it?professionally?because?it?is?20%?of?my?final?grade.

SWU Calculus Research Paper

Research Project 10%

Each student will research and write on a calculus topic of your choosing. The paper will include a minimum of 5 pages of double-spaced text and will explore an application of calculus chosen from the topics list already provided. Sources may include the textbook but must also include a minimum of 5 journal articles and/or books. Diagrams, graphics and tables are encouraged, but do not count toward the 5 page requirement. Projects will be graded according to the grading rubric below.

Grading Rubric

90-100% A (Outstanding Work)

? Introductory Paragraph

o Introductory sentence engages the reader

o Thesis states the author?s position on the topic

o Thesis is easily identifiable and clearly stated in one sentence

o Thesis is focused and specific, rather than general or vague

? Body

o Flawlessly supports the thesis provided in Introductory Paragraph

o Expression of Mathematical Ideas

? Provides flawless organization of mathematical thinking and use of the language of mathematics to express ideas precisely

o Interconnectedness of Mathematical Ideas

? Demonstrates flawlessly the interconnectedness of mathematical ideas and how they build on one another

o Understanding of Mathematical Practice

? Thoroughly explains the application of mathematical ideas in actual practice, to include, but not limited to problem solving, reasoning, communicating, connecting, and representing

? Concluding Paragraph

o Thesis is restated in a way that reflects the information included in the essay

o The closing statement provides adequate closure

o No new information in introduced

? Fluency

o Word choice, syntax, and grammar are above average

o Sentence structure is advanced and varied

o Language usage errors are very few and minor and do not detract from the reader?s understanding of the essay?s topic.

o Author?s voice is engaging and constantly maintained

o Quotations are inserted following the ICE method.

? Formatting

o MLA formatting is followed consistently and correctly

o Proper citations are included

? Evidence of Research

o Only academic sources are used

o All sources are academic mathematical sources

o Requirement for minimum number of sources is met

o Non-quoted source material is used to support the thesis and is appropriately summarized or paraphrased.

80-89% B (Above Average Work)

? Introductory Paragraph

o Introductory sentence attempts to engage the reader but may not be well focused on the topic

o Thesis states the author?s position on the topic

o Thesis is identifiable and clearly stated in one sentence

o Thesis is less focused and may be rather unspecific

? Body

o Proficiently supports the thesis provided in Introductory Paragraph

o Expression of Mathematical Ideas

? Provides proficient organization of mathematical thinking and use of the language of mathematics to express ideas precisely

o Interconnectedness of Mathematical Ideas

? Demonstrates proficiently the interconnectedness of mathematical ideas and how they build on one another

o Understanding of Mathematical Practice

? Proficiently explains the application of mathematical ideas in actual practice, to include, but not limited to problem solving, reasoning, communicating, connecting, and representing

? Concluding Paragraph

o Thesis is restated in a way that reflects the information included in the essay

o The closing statement provides closure but may not be smooth

o No new information in introduced

? Coherency

o Word choice, syntax, and grammar are above average

o Sentence structure is varied but may not be advanced

o Language usage errors are minor and do not detract from the reader?s understanding of the paper?s topic.

o Author?s voice is constantly maintained but may not be particularly engaging

o Quotations are inserted following the ICE method.

? Formatting

o MLA formatting is followed consistently and correctly

o Proper citations are included

? Evidence of Research

o All sources are academic mathematical sources

o Requirement for minimum number of sources is met

o Non-quoted source material is used to support the thesis and is appropriately summarized or paraphrased.

70-79% C (Average Work)

? Introductory Paragraph

o Introductory sentence is on topic but does not attempt to engage the reader

o Thesis states the author?s position on the topic

o Thesis is not easily identifiable and may not be clearly stated in one sentence

o Thesis is less focused and may be rather unspecific

? Body

o Basic support of the thesis provided in Introductory Paragraph

o Expression of Mathematical Ideas

? Provides basic organization of mathematical thinking and use of the language of mathematics to express ideas precisely

o Interconnectedness of Mathematical Ideas

? Demonstrates basic interconnectedness of mathematical ideas and how they build on one another

o Understanding of Mathematical Practice

? Explains the basic application of mathematical ideas in actual practice, to include, but not limited to problem solving, reasoning, communicating, connecting, and representing

? Concluding Paragraph

o Thesis is not smoothly restated in a way that reflects the information included in the essay

o The closing statement provides closure but may not be smooth

o New information may be introduced

? Fluency

o Word choice, syntax, and grammar are at a minimum level required by this course

o Sentence structure is either unvaried or simplistic

o Language usage errors are significant and detract somewhat from the reader?s understanding of the paper?s topic.

o Author?s voice is not consistently maintained and/or may not be engaging

o An attempt is made to insert quotations following the ICE method, but some quotations may not be sufficiently introduced or explained.

? Formatting

o MLA formatting is attempted but is incorrect; corrections may need to be made in order to achieve this grade

o Proper citations are attempted but are incorrect; corrections may need to be made in order to achieve this grade

? Evidence of Research

o Some sources are academic mathematical sources

o Some non-academic sources are used

o Requirement for minimum number of sources is met

o Non-quoted source material is used to support the thesis and is appropriately summarized or paraphrased.

60-69% D (Below Average Work)

? Introductory Paragraph

o Introductory sentence is on topic but does not attempt to engage the reader

o Thesis relates to the topic but failed to state a position

o Thesis is not easily identifiable and may not be clearly stated in one sentence

o Thesis is not focused and may be unspecific

? Body

o Inadequate support of the thesis provided in Introductory Paragraph

o Expression of Mathematical Ideas

? Provides inadequate organization of mathematical thinking and use of the language of mathematics to express ideas precisely

o Interconnectedness of Mathematical Ideas

? Inadequate demonstration of interconnectedness of mathematical ideas and how they build on one another

o Understanding of Mathematical Practice

? Inadequate explanation of the application of mathematical ideas in actual practice, to include, but not limited to problem solving, reasoning, communicating, connecting, and representing

? Concluding Paragraph

o Thesis is not smoothly restated in a way that reflects the information included in the essay

o The closing statement does not provide closure

o New information may be introduced

? Fluency

o Word choice, syntax, and grammar are below a minimum level required by this course

o Sentence structure is both unvaried and simplistic

o Language usage errors are significant and detract from the reader?s understanding of the paper?s topic.

o Author?s voice is not consistently maintained and/or may not be engaging

o No attempt is made to insert quotations following the ICE method.

? Formatting

o MLA formatting is only minimally attempted but is incorrect; corrections may need to be made in order to achieve this grade

o Proper citations are only minimally attempted but are incorrect; corrections may need to be made in order to achieve this grade

? Evidence of Research

o Non-academic sources are used

o No mathematical sources were used

o Requirement for minimum number of sources is not met

o Non-quoted source material is used but does not support thesis; Summaries or paraphrases may not be succinctly written.

0% F – No Credit

? Assignment is grossly incomplete or not submitted

? No attempt at MLA formatting and/or citing was made (Student may be given an opportunity to re-submit the assignment for a passing grade. The highest possible grade earned upon re-submission will be 69%.)

? The paper was plagiarized

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Description

You?need?to?explain?how?Calculus?can?be?used?in?determining?the?trajectory?of?shrapnel?of?an?explosion.?Please

look?at?the?rubric?in?the?files?to?determine?how?to?exactly?write?it.?There?needs?to?be?a?minimum?of?5?academic

sources?from?journal?articles?or?books.?Please?write?it?professionally?because?it?is?20%?of?my?final?grade.

SWU Calculus Research Paper

Research Project 10%

Each student will research and write on a calculus topic of your choosing. The paper will include a minimum of 5 pages of double-spaced text and will explore an application of calculus chosen from the topics list already provided. Sources may include the textbook but must also include a minimum of 5 journal articles and/or books. Diagrams, graphics and tables are encouraged, but do not count toward the 5 page requirement. Projects will be graded according to the grading rubric below.

Grading Rubric

90-100% A (Outstanding Work)

? Introductory Paragraph

o Introductory sentence engages the reader

o Thesis states the author?s position on the topic

o Thesis is easily identifiable and clearly stated in one sentence

o Thesis is focused and specific, rather than general or vague

? Body

o Flawlessly supports the thesis provided in Introductory Paragraph

o Expression of Mathematical Ideas

? Provides flawless organization of mathematical thinking and use of the language of mathematics to express ideas precisely

o Interconnectedness of Mathematical Ideas

? Demonstrates flawlessly the interconnectedness of mathematical ideas and how they build on one another

o Understanding of Mathematical Practice

? Thoroughly explains the application of mathematical ideas in actual practice, to include, but not limited to problem solving, reasoning, communicating, connecting, and representing

? Concluding Paragraph

o Thesis is restated in a way that reflects the information included in the essay

o The closing statement provides adequate closure

o No new information in introduced

? Fluency

o Word choice, syntax, and grammar are above average

o Sentence structure is advanced and varied

o Language usage errors are very few and minor and do not detract from the reader?s understanding of the essay?s topic.

o Author?s voice is engaging and constantly maintained

o Quotations are inserted following the ICE method.

? Formatting

o MLA formatting is followed consistently and correctly

o Proper citations are included

? Evidence of Research

o Only academic sources are used

o All sources are academic mathematical sources

o Requirement for minimum number of sources is met

o Non-quoted source material is used to support the thesis and is appropriately summarized or paraphrased.

80-89% B (Above Average Work)

? Introductory Paragraph

o Introductory sentence attempts to engage the reader but may not be well focused on the topic

o Thesis states the author?s position on the topic

o Thesis is identifiable and clearly stated in one sentence

o Thesis is less focused and may be rather unspecific

? Body

o Proficiently supports the thesis provided in Introductory Paragraph

o Expression of Mathematical Ideas

? Provides proficient organization of mathematical thinking and use of the language of mathematics to express ideas precisely

o Interconnectedness of Mathematical Ideas

? Demonstrates proficiently the interconnectedness of mathematical ideas and how they build on one another

o Understanding of Mathematical Practice

? Proficiently explains the application of mathematical ideas in actual practice, to include, but not limited to problem solving, reasoning, communicating, connecting, and representing

? Concluding Paragraph

o Thesis is restated in a way that reflects the information included in the essay

o The closing statement provides closure but may not be smooth

o No new information in introduced

? Coherency

o Word choice, syntax, and grammar are above average

o Sentence structure is varied but may not be advanced

o Language usage errors are minor and do not detract from the reader?s understanding of the paper?s topic.

o Author?s voice is constantly maintained but may not be particularly engaging

o Quotations are inserted following the ICE method.

? Formatting

o MLA formatting is followed consistently and correctly

o Proper citations are included

? Evidence of Research

o All sources are academic mathematical sources

o Requirement for minimum number of sources is met

o Non-quoted source material is used to support the thesis and is appropriately summarized or paraphrased.

70-79% C (Average Work)

? Introductory Paragraph

o Introductory sentence is on topic but does not attempt to engage the reader

o Thesis states the author?s position on the topic

o Thesis is not easily identifiable and may not be clearly stated in one sentence

o Thesis is less focused and may be rather unspecific

? Body

o Basic support of the thesis provided in Introductory Paragraph

o Expression of Mathematical Ideas

? Provides basic organization of mathematical thinking and use of the language of mathematics to express ideas precisely

o Interconnectedness of Mathematical Ideas

? Demonstrates basic interconnectedness of mathematical ideas and how they build on one another

o Understanding of Mathematical Practice

? Explains the basic application of mathematical ideas in actual practice, to include, but not limited to problem solving, reasoning, communicating, connecting, and representing

? Concluding Paragraph

o Thesis is not smoothly restated in a way that reflects the information included in the essay

o The closing statement provides closure but may not be smooth

o New information may be introduced

? Fluency

o Word choice, syntax, and grammar are at a minimum level required by this course

o Sentence structure is either unvaried or simplistic

o Language usage errors are significant and detract somewhat from the reader?s understanding of the paper?s topic.

o Author?s voice is not consistently maintained and/or may not be engaging

o An attempt is made to insert quotations following the ICE method, but some quotations may not be sufficiently introduced or explained.

? Formatting

o MLA formatting is attempted but is incorrect; corrections may need to be made in order to achieve this grade

o Proper citations are attempted but are incorrect; corrections may need to be made in order to achieve this grade

? Evidence of Research

o Some sources are academic mathematical sources

o Some non-academic sources are used

o Requirement for minimum number of sources is met

o Non-quoted source material is used to support the thesis and is appropriately summarized or paraphrased.

60-69% D (Below Average Work)

? Introductory Paragraph

o Introductory sentence is on topic but does not attempt to engage the reader

o Thesis relates to the topic but failed to state a position

o Thesis is not easily identifiable and may not be clearly stated in one sentence

o Thesis is not focused and may be unspecific

? Body

o Inadequate support of the thesis provided in Introductory Paragraph

o Expression of Mathematical Ideas

? Provides inadequate organization of mathematical thinking and use of the language of mathematics to express ideas precisely

o Interconnectedness of Mathematical Ideas

? Inadequate demonstration of interconnectedness of mathematical ideas and how they build on one another

o Understanding of Mathematical Practice

? Inadequate explanation of the application of mathematical ideas in actual practice, to include, but not limited to problem solving, reasoning, communicating, connecting, and representing

? Concluding Paragraph

o Thesis is not smoothly restated in a way that reflects the information included in the essay

o The closing statement does not provide closure

o New information may be introduced

? Fluency

o Word choice, syntax, and grammar are below a minimum level required by this course

o Sentence structure is both unvaried and simplistic

o Language usage errors are significant and detract from the reader?s understanding of the paper?s topic.

o Author?s voice is not consistently maintained and/or may not be engaging

o No attempt is made to insert quotations following the ICE method.

? Formatting

o MLA formatting is only minimally attempted but is incorrect; corrections may need to be made in order to achieve this grade

o Proper citations are only minimally attempted but are incorrect; corrections may need to be made in order to achieve this grade

? Evidence of Research

o Non-academic sources are used

o No mathematical sources were used

o Requirement for minimum number of sources is not met

o Non-quoted source material is used but does not support thesis; Summaries or paraphrases may not be succinctly written.

0% F – No Credit

? Assignment is grossly incomplete or not submitted

? No attempt at MLA formatting and/or citing was made (Student may be given an opportunity to re-submit the assignment for a passing grade. The highest possible grade earned upon re-submission will be 69%.)

? The paper was plagiarized