Gathering facts



-gathers all relevant facts

-states all of the assumptions

-Correctly defines ethical issues

-seeks out and applies information from reliable web sources

-gathers all relevant facts

-states all of the assumptions

-correctly defines ethical issues

-does not incorporate additional research

-does not identify all relevant facts

-does not state all assumptions

-does not incorporate additional research


Analyzing case



-correctly and identifies all affected parties

-identifies consequences related to each issue

-identifies obligations related to each issue

-considers thoroughly the character and integrity related to each issue

-illustrates expert understanding of the case and the issues

-does not identify all of affected parties, consequences, OR obligations (but correctly identifies most of them)

-analyses of the character and integrity of each issue is weak

-illustrates moderate understanding of the case

-does not identify many of the affected parties, consequences, AND obligations

-does not illustrate thorough understanding of the case or issues



Proposing solutions



-proposes a creative and exhaustive list of potential actions or solutions

-develops competing viewpoints or arguments supporting each solution

-visits with peers

-tests potential solutions

-decides on action and argues it convincingly

-list of solutions is not exhaustive

-argues decision well, but did not thoroughly explore competing viewpoints

-proposes few potential solutions

-does not argue the decision well and lacks comparative viewpoints


Organizing report




-written in logical order

-clear, concise

-report was well done but lacking in either organization or clear writing.

-report not well constructed

-poorly written (language, grammar, etc)