Grading Criteria Guide for Lab Experiment Reports (adjust % points for each section as needed) A-Report Format/Form 10%: Report contains items listed below and demonstrates standard application of college level Reading/Writing/Math. 1-Title Page: name of experiment/project, By…. name of student (s), Required Partial Fulfillment for Successful Completion of course name and number, name of Instructor 2-Index Page: contains list of pages and contents 3-Objective of Experiment: Clear, concise purpose(s) for the experiment 4-Theory/Background: Contains theoretical information, formulas, calculations, tables, circuit diagrams, data from external sources (i.e. Textbook, Internet, Library References) 5-Procedure/Data Collection: Contains data collected from the actual in the experiment 6-Circuit Simulation: Contains data generated by Simulation Software (i.e. Multisim) 7-Project Management: Contains information about management of time, budget, task, and final report 9-Summary/Reflection: Contains information about results produced; Compares actual, simulated, and theoretical data calculated; Discusses % error and explains feed-back of the correction s made to system to improve results 10-References/Data Sheets: Contains data sheets, tables, industry used references, and sources used to produce final report B-Data Accuracy 40% to 70% (variable according to grading scheme): Circuit operation, diagram, labels, calculations, and data summary Circuit Operation Diagram Calculations Data Summary Comparison Functional Lab experiment evaluates Data accuracy and correct application of theory 70% Circuit is built according to schematic Circuit functions correctly with appropriate input s and output Circuit Diagrams are correct and complete Schematics are computer generated and labeled Measurement devices connected and used correctly Score 17.5 17.5 Correct formulas are used with appropriate units of measurements Accuracy of data calculation conforms to standard appropriate to lab experiment 17.5 Measured data matches circuit simulation and theory Calculation of error is discussed 17.5 C-Circuit simulation 20% (Circuit simulation is built according to schematic, Circuit simulation functions correctly with appropriate input s and output, Measurement devices connected and used correctly) D-Presentation in class (if used adjust % in other sections to 100 points total) 10% : uses technology to present lab, answers questions in the class, explains concepts clearly E-Answer question for labs (if used adjust % in other sections to 100 points total) 20% F-Team-work for each student (if used adjust % in other sections to 100 points total) 10%-20% (Member participates in building circuits, Member measures operating circuit values, Member collects data for analysis, Members runs simulation software to generate data, Members communicate their thoughts in building circuits and measurement of data, Members agree on results produced by the lab experiment actual, Members produce a lab report).