程序代写案例-ENGE817 CMS
ENGE817 CMS RUBRIC FOR MARKING
• LO1 Critically evaluate a range of contextual and theoretical frameworks, and research methods, across disciplines
• LO2 Critically appraise and reflect upon ethical issues arising within the research process
• LO3 Critically review literature in a STEM topic
• LO4 Select and justify an appropriate research design
• LO5 Design and develop a clearly structured and feasible research proposal
Criteria A range
79.5-100
B
64.5-79.5
C
50-64.5
D
<50
Structure and
presentation
(10%)

LO5
The report is well structured and may include the following
sections as they suit research topic:
• Meaningful Title
• Abstract
• Introduction
• Literature review
• Research Question(s)
• Research Design/Methods
• Evaluation of Research methods (could use multiple sub
sections as required depending on topic)
• Conclusion
• References
All sections are of appropriate length and content (consistent with
a report of this type and scope)

Referencing style (e.g., APA 7 or IEEE) is used consistently and
accurately throughout.

Writing is of appropriate style for an academic research proposal
(clear and coherent academic English throughout).
The report is well structured with suitable
sections.

Overall, each section contains relevant
content. Some sections may appear a little
drawn out or short.

Referencing is clear, though there may be
occasional errors.

Overall, writing is of acceptable standard for
an academic research proposal. May be
unclear or inappropriately informal in places.
The report contains most of
the expected sections.

Some sections may be of
disproportionate length; and/or
there is some divergence from
the content expected in each
section.

Referencing may not always
be consistent. There could be
messy referencing.

Writing may not always be in
clear or accurate academic
English, but is coherent.

The report is incomplete/
missing sections.

Content is of insufficient
length or depth; or
diverges from content
expected in that section
of such a report.


Referencing is
inconsistent and/or
absent.

The report may be
difficult to comprehend
due to writing errors, or
written in very informal
English.
Introduction
(10%)

LO4, LO5
Clearly establishes the context, background and/or importance of
the topic.

Provides a brief overview of the relevant academic literature to
highlight the problem clearly.

The problem at the centre of the proposed research is clearly
stated and defined.

Highlights the knowledge gap in the field of study that defines the
problem. Why the problem needs to be investigated (further) is
explained clearly.

The purpose and potential significance of the proposed study is
clearly justified.

Provides a synopsis of the research design and method(s)

Defines certain key terms and operational definitions that are
relevant to this topic.

Provides an overview of the report structure, and what it will cover.

Satisfactory explanation of the context,
background and/or importance of the topic

Presents some literature related to the
problem.

Problem is identified for research but there is
little detail on controversy or a knowledge
gap in the field of study.

Provides a synopsis of the research design
and method(s)

Explains the significance or value of the
study

Defines few terms

Provides an overview of the report structure
The research problem at the
centre of the proposed
research is stated but unclear.

Limited background
information is provided, and
there is an indication of why
the research is needed.

Overall, the introduction lacks
details necessary to clearly
communicate the problem
identified; or the
potential/significance of the
research.
Doesn’t satisfy the
expected criteria. Lacks
definition of problem
clearly.

Motivation for research
and/or the core purpose
of the study is unclear or
confusing.
Literature review
(20%)

LO1, LO3, LO4,
LO5

The review covers: what is known about the topic area; research
methods, and challenges and difficulties.

The review is organised and has a good sequence of presentation.

Literature review is comprehensive with clear evidence of analysis,
synthesis and critique.

A range of existing solutions related to the problem are critically
evaluated.

Knowledge of the study’s problem area is well summarised and
explained.

Relevant gap(s) in the literature are clearly stated.

The review covers what is known about the
topic area.

The review is organised but the sequence of
presentation can be improved.

Literature review is completed with some
evidence of analysis, synthesis and critique.

Few solutions related to the problem are
presented and evaluated.

Knowledge of the problem area is
summarised.

Gap(s) in the literature are presented.


Information is gathered from a
sufficient range of sources.

Literature review starts to
synthesise and critique.

The literature discussion is
lacking connections to relevant
scientific theories.

Literature review may not be
well-organised; may not be
logically sequenced.

Review is summarised from
the evidence above but may
lack accuracy.

A gap in the literature has
been identified but lacks
clarity.
Doesn’t satisfy the
expected criteria.

Literature review isn’t a
good fit to the topic.

No critique or synthesis.

Gap analysis from the
literature is missing.

Research
questions and
Scoping
(15%) LO4
A highly relevant research question(s) (or hypotheses, if
applicable) is articulated linking to the problem introduced in the
introduction and the gap identified in the literature review)

Scope of the study is defined clearly – including details on what is
excluded and/or covered by other research.

Clearly states the aim(s) of the research and what contributions
this study can achieve.
























A relevant problem is defined, and
hypotheses if applicable clearly stated.

Appropriate research question(s) are formed
and clearly stated.

Scope of the study is explained, may not
include details on what is excluded and/or
covered by other research.

States the aim(s) of the research and the
research questions or hypotheses. Potential
contribution may not be clear.

A research question (or
hypothesis, if applicable) is
given but may lack relevance,
or the research question is
unclear.

Scope seems unclear,
confusing, vague or vast.

Touches on aims of research
questions
Doesn’t satisfy the
expected criteria.

Research questions and
or scope is unclear or
confusing.
Research
Design/Methods
(20%)
LO4
The research plan (the activities and steps) is clearly outlined and
clearly linked to the research question.

The selected modelling/experimental/ research/analytical
techniques are appropriate, and how they are to be applied is
described in sufficient detail.

Strength and/or weaknesses of the research method have been
explained. Describes previously used research methods.

Various research methods from various disciplines are considered
and evaluated. An appropriate research method is selected,
justified.

Reasons why a method was adopted or rejected are given, with
indication of methodological problems or limitations.

Any relevant ethics issues are identified, and their potential impact
evaluated, if relevant.

Describes the research process, for example - questionnaire
design, statistical procedures, algorithms, or any relevant
techniques.

Regular contact with supervisor to integrate and iterate their
feedback on the research methodology.

The research plan (the activities and steps)
is outlined to answer the research question.

The selected modelling/experimental/
research/analytical techniques are
appropriate, and how they are to be applied
is described in sufficient detail.

Strength and/or weaknesses of the research
method have been explained.

An appropriate research method is selected,
justified.

Any relevant ethics issues are identified, and
their potential impact evaluated, if relevant.

Describes the research process for example
- questionnaire design, statistical
procedures, algorithms, or any relevant
techniques.

May not have maintained contact with
supervisor in order to incorporate their
feedback on the research method
Covered some research
techniques but little evidence
of evaluation.


Selected an appropriate
research design

Minor justification on why the
research design is suitable
Doesn’t satisfy the
expected criteria. The
research design
proposed is unclear or
confusing.
Application of
research
method
(5%)

LO1
Evidence of applying the research method effectively to a pilot
study, proof of concept, simulation, design and / or other goals.

Analysis links with the research problem, and may present:

• Significant findings using data, table or charts, or other
data visualisation as appropriate.

• Positive, negative results or reactions. Highlights
interesting or surprising results.

• Response rates and data characteristics where
applicable including reporting themes, views, including
excerpts, etc.

Evidence of applying the research method
and conducting some analysis.

Analysis links with the research problem

Evidence of applying the
research method.

Analysis may not link clearly to
the research problem.


No application of
research method.
Evaluation of
research
method
(20%)

LO1

Clearly evaluates the effectiveness of the research method to the
topic/problem investigated.

Validates and reflects on the research process from problem,
related literature and chosen method of analysis.

Refers back to the research aims or procedures
Recognises the limitations of the current research approach.

Acknowledges limitation(s) whilst stating a finding or contribution
Makes recommendations for further research work or modification
of research process/method for this topic. Recommendations are
clearly drawn from the findings of the report.
Satisfactory evaluation of the effectiveness
of the research method to the topic/problem
investigated.

Limited reflection on the research process
from problem, related literature and chosen
method of analysis.

Recognises the limitations of the current
research approach.

Makes recommendations for further
research work.
Satisfactory evaluation of the
effectiveness of the research
method

No evaluation or
reflection on the
suitability of research
method.


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