This course is a genre-based introduction to prose fiction in English. Presenting important English-language literary texts, the course explores a range of novels and short stories so as to illuminate the different forms and techniques found within these principal generic categories. The course also provides a short introduction to diverse literary and scholarly approaches to the study of texts.

 


Use any screen recorder software to create a 15 minutes tutorial video on how to use MOODLE LMS to :

  • Install a few plugins to enhance the VLE performance
  • Manage the security settings on the VLE
  • Add/Remove users’ accounts to the VLE 
  • Remove users’ accounts to the VLE 
  • Authenticate users’ accounts to gain access to the VLE
  • Describe the process to add/remove categories and courses in the VLE 
  • Create/Remove categories and course(s)

About 2 minutes from the end of the video explain the importance of processing and managing users’ accounts within the VLE; you can show graphics

                                                                                                                                  [ 35mks]

Rubrics

Top of Form

nstructional Video

 Criteria

Excellent

4 pts

Good

3 pts

Fair

2 pts

Poor

1 pts

Presentation



Excellent


Extremely enthusiastic, motivating, obvious interest in activity presented, clear, audible voice

Good


Some enthusiasm, and interest in activity presented,
projected voice,
audible

Fair


Showed little enthusiasm, little interest in activities being presented,
somewhat audible

Poor


No enthusiasm, no interest in activities being presented, barely audible

 Criteria

Excellent

15 pts

Good

 12 pts

Fair

6 pts

Poor

2 pts

Content



Excellent


Firm grasp on knowledge and understanding of the topic being presented, showed complete knowledge, covered all important facts.

Good


Basic knowledge and understanding of the topic being presented

Fair


Some knowledge and understanding of the topic presented
missing a few important facts

Poor


Demonstrated little knowledge or understanding of the topic being presented.

 

 Criteria

Excellent

4 pts

Good

3 pts

Fair

2 pts

Poor

1 pts

 

Organization



Excellent


Intstructed in easy-to-follow sequence, organized, well planned out

Good


somewhat organized, easy to follow

Fair


sometimes hard to follow, not well planned out

Poor


unorganized, confusing, hard to follow, not planned out

Video Quality



Excellent


Proper equipment, excellent location, perfect lighting, clear audio and visual, overall excellent quality

Good


Good location and equipment, lighting and visuals clear, good audio

Fair


Acceptable location and equipment, audio and visual unclear at times

Poor


Poor location, poor equipment, poor lighting,<BR>
low visual and audio quality

Creativity & Design



Excellent


Excellent sense of design. Effective camera techniques used for the video and pictures. Smooth transitions are appropriate and aid in delivery of the presentation.

Good


Good use of graphics and/or other design elements. Some transitions are inappropriately placed.

Fair


Minimal use of design elements. No transitions.

Poor


Use of elements detracts from video. Too many or too gaudy graphics; transitions, too many clips, backgrounds and/or sounds detract from content.

Conventions



Excellent


Grammar, spelling, punctuation, capitalization are correct; sources are documented correctly and copyright law has been followed.

Good


Includes 2 – 3 grammatical errors, misspellings, punctuation errors; sources are documented and correctly and copyright law has been followed.

Fair


Includes 3 – 4 grammatical errors, misspellings, punctuation errors; some sources are documented but not correctly.

Poor


Includes five or more grammatical errors, misspellings, punctuation errors; sources are not documented.

Total

35

 


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