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University of San Carlos

Department of Chemical Engineering



CHE 431 Industry Immersion (OJT)
OJT Report Rubric
Student Name: ____________________________ Faculty Assessor: ______________________________
Does Not Meet Expectations
(1-5 pts)
Meets Expectations
(6-8 pts)
Exceeds Expectations
(9-10 pts)
Score
Writing Criteria
Structure
(5%)
Paragraphs are poorly organized; use
of sections is illogical and hinders
document navigation
Paragraphs are usually well-
organized; use of sections is logical
and generally allows easy navigation
of the document
All paragraphs are well-organized;
use of sections is logical and allows
easy navigation through the document

Mechanics
(5%)
Sentences are poorly written; there
are numerous incorrect word choices
and errors in grammar, punctuation
and spelling
Sentences are generally well-written;
there are few incorrect word choices
and errors in grammar, punctuation
and spelling
Sentences are well-written; there are
no incorrect word choices and the text
is free of errors in grammar,
punctuation and spelling.

Graphs and Figures
(5%)
Graphs and figures are of poor quality
and fail to support the text.
Graphs and figures are of good
quality and adequately support the
text.
All graphs and figures are creative,
professional and strongly support the
text.

Content Criteria
On-the-Job Training
Activities
(15%)
Fails to provide an overview and
definition of the scope of the OJT
program; specific activities are not
adequately described.
Provides an adequate overview and
general explanation on the scope of
the OJT program; specific activities
are adequately described.
Provides a thorough overview and
definition of the scope of the OJT
program; descriptions of specific
activities are well-detailed.

Learning Narrative
(50%)
Fails to relate OJT experiences to
learning acquired in the BSChE
program; narrative lacks insight.
Adequately relates OJT experiences
to learning acquired in the BSChE
program; narrative contains average
insights.
Thoroughly relates OJT experiences
to learning acquired in the BSChE
program; narrative is highly original
and communicates creative insights.

Recommendations
(20%)

Recommendations are trivial and/or
do not have concrete bases.
Recommendations are with clear
bases and address important areas of
improvement; specific and realistic.
Recommendations are insightful,
have clear bases and addresses critical
issues; specific and realistic.