CSU Graduates will acquire discipline-specific literacy and numeracy skills necessary to understand, interpret, construct, and present information effectively in their academic and professional life. They will employ critical communication and problem-solving skills to successfully navigate and contribute to the creation of a nurturing and functional physical, social, and emotional world responsive to the needs of others.
Demonstrate the literacy and numeracy skills necessary to understand and interpret information and communicate according to context.
|Understand the use and structure of appropriate language in written, oral, visual, mathematical, and multi-modal communication|| Demonstrate the literacy and numeracy skills necessary|
to understand and interpret information and communicate effectively according to the context
|Consider the context, purpose, and audience when gathering, interpreting, constructing, and presenting information|
Assessment of this GLO can be done discretely with a focused criterion, but is better done explicitly within the content criteria as demonstrated in this example of a rubric aligned to a (fabricated) task which asks students to discuss the environmental factors which led to the demise of the dinosaur.
Clear, concise, comprehensive, persuasive, engaging, accurate, and unambiguous analysis and synthesis of the environmental factors that resulted in the demise of
Comprehensive, coherent, logically sequenced, accurate, and concise analysis of the environmental factors that resulted in the demise of the dinosaurs.
Comprehensive and accurate description of the key environmental factors contained in a coherent, if somewhat limited, discussion about the demise of the dinosaurs.
| Identification and limited description of significant environmental factors that resulted in the demise of the dinosaurs.|
Ideas may not be logically sequenced
or linked, and meaning may be difficult to discern at times.
|Does not achieve the standard for a Pass.|