Public Administration

| September 16, 2020

You will discuss assigned questions for the Module/Week. 
· Answers to questions must be supported with research and citations. It is not unusual, for instance, to have 3–4 citations per paragraph in doctoral-level research. 
· Remember also that writing a research paper, especially at the doctoral-level, requires you to weave in ideas from numerous sources and then in turn synthesizing those ideas to create fresh insights and knowledge.
Specifics:
· 10-12 pages of content, double-spaced
· Must include citations from all readings and presentations for the assigned module (including the Fischer presentations and readings) and at least 15 scholarly sources
· Must include Biblical integration (the Fischer sources will help to that end)
· Current APA format
Module/Week 5 Essay
Discuss the following:
· Define governance. 
· What are some of the connotations of the term governance as well? 
· What is meant by “good” governance?
· Provide a Biblical perspective on governance in the public administration context.
Essay Paper Grading Rubric
Criteria
Levels of Achievement
Content 
(70%)
Advanced 
94-100%
Proficient 
88-93%
Developing 
1-87%
Not present
Total
Content
42.5 to 45 points:
·  Thoroughly answers each assigned question.
·  Provides a well-reasoned synthesis of key ideas.
39.5 to 42 points:
·  Answers each assigned question.
·  Provides some synthesis of key ideas.
1 to 39 points:
·  Fails to answer one or more questions.
·  Largely fails to provide a meaningful synthesis of key ideas.
0 points
Not present
Research & Support
42.5 to 45 points:
·  Goes beyond required reading to provide an in-depth, researched discussion of the assigned questions.
·  Supports assertions with research and numerous citations from all required reading, presentations, and scholarly source material.
39.5 to 42 points:
·  For the most part, goes beyond required reading to provide a discussion of the assigned questions.
·  For the most part, supports assertions with research and citations.
1 to 39 points:
·  Largely fails to go beyond the required reading to answer questions.
·  Limited use of research and citations to support assertions.
0 points
Not present
Biblical Integration
30.5 to 32.5 points:
Provides a nuanced discussion of Biblical concepts as related to the content and assigned questions.
28.5 to 30 points:
For the most part, provides a discussion of Biblical concepts as related to the content and assigned questions.
1 to 28 points:
Provides only a limited discussion of Biblical concepts as related to the content and assigned questions.
0 points
Not present
Structure (30%)
Advanced 
94-100%
Proficient 
88-93%
Developing 
1-87%
Not present
Total
Sources & Citations
19 to 20 points:
· All required readings and presentations from the current and prior modules must be cited.
· At least 15 scholarly sources are used.
17.5 to 18.5 points:
· Most of the required readings and presentations from Modules are cited.
· 13-14 scholarly sources are used.
1 to 17 points:
· Few of the required readings and presentations from the Modules are cited.
· Less than 13 scholarly sources are used. 
0 points
Not present
Grammar & APA
16.5 to 17.5 points:
Limited to no errors in grammar, spelling, APA, etc.
15.5 to 16 points:
Some errors in grammar, spelling, APA, etc.
1 to 15 points:
Numerous errors in grammar, spelling, APA, etc.
0 points
Not present
Page Length
14.25 to 15 points:
12-14 pages of content in length (not counting the title page or references); double-spaced.
13.25 to 14 points:
1 page more or less than the required length range (not counting the title page or references); double-spaced.
1 to 13 points:
More than 1 page more or less than the required length range (not counting the title page or references); double-spaced.
0 points
Not present
Instructor’s Comments:
Total:
/175

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