CELL BIOLOGY

CELL BIOLOGY

You have to write a two pages essay about the article that I’ve attached. Also make sure to FOLLOW the rules that the insructor wants, it will also be attached.

after writing the two pages, write a two paragraph summary of the article.

ONCE AGAIN : MAKE SURE TO READ THE RULES OF HOW THE INSRUCTOR WANTS THE ESSAY. DO NOT COPY FROM GOOGLE WITHOUT SHOWING THE REFRENCES

File Compatibility: • Microsoft Word ® or PDF File Format: • Length: 1 ½ – 2 pages (not including the Works Cited Page) • Spacing: 1 ½ • Font: Arial or Times, 10 or

11 Basics: • Read the article (multiple times and taking notes if necessary) to be able to demonstrate that you indeed did read the assigned article. • Submit early

or on time. • Grammar: Avoid the use of spelling and grammar errors. • Authentic: Work is original. o The plagiarism report is less than 10%. o Less than three words

in sequence are in quotes. • In-text references: All resources are cited in text using the APA format. o Refer to the source material in your text paragraphs by citing

author surname and year, in parentheses, e.g. (Smith and Jones, 1996). For references with more than two authors, use et al., e.g. (Brown et al., 1997). • Works Cited:

o All resources are listed alphabetically on a separate Works Cited page. o Resources may include the assigned article, course textbook, scholarly websites, or

additional scholarly articles. o A good tutorial on how to quickly compile referencences: https://youtu.be/_LWwcl01uUE o Citation Examples: o Article in a periodical:

Chavrier, P & Goud, B. (1999). The role of ARF and rab GTPases in membrane transport. Curr.Opin. Cell Biol. 11, 466–475. o An entire book: Cowan, WM, Jessell, TM, and

Zipursky, SL. (1997). Molecular and Cellular Approaches to Neural Development (New York: Oxford University Press). o Article on a scholarly webpage: Ross, J. M.

(2016). HHMI BioInteractive. Retrieved 1 12, 2017, from Howard Hughes Medical Institute: https://www.hhmi.org/biointeractive/dna Create an original reflective summary

• Summary: A two (2)-paragraph summary of the article is included. • Interesting: Address in great detail what was most interesting to you about the article o A

paragraph in length. o Specific examples included. • Difficult: Address in great detail what was most difficult to you about the article. o A paragraph in length. o

Specific examples included. • Connection Made: Address in great detail how the article is connected with the current learning unit material. o 1 – 2 paragraphs in

length. o Specific examples included. o Detailed explanation of cellular events included.
PROF. L. W. MAY Journal Article Summary Criteria BIOL 2103, Cell Biology

Journal Article Dropbox Grading Rubric – Updated 3/29/2016
Compatibility
Compatible 5 points
Not Compatible 0 points
Compatibility
The file was created with a compatible word processing program (such as MS Word).
Work was not submitted in the drop box or the file was created with a program that is not compatible with the D2L drop box.
Format Met 10 points
Needs Improvement 5 points
Unacceptable 0 points
Format
The summary format is: Length: 1 ½ – 2 pages Spacing: 1 ½ Font: Arial 10 or 11
The summary format is:
Length: Less than 1 ½ or more than 2.5 pages
Spacing: 1 ½ or larger
Font: Larger or Smaller than Arial 10 or 11
Work was not submitted in the drop box
Basics
Excellent 5 points
Good 3 points
Needs Improvement 2 points
Unacceptable 0 points
Read the Article (multiple times and taking notes if necessary)
The student was able to clearly demonstrate that he / she indeed did read the assigned article.
The student was able to demonstrate that he / she indeed did read the assigned article.
The student was unable to demonstrate that he / she read the assigned article.
Work was not submitted in the drop box or it is not evident that the student read the assigned article.
Submit on time
An original summary was submitted in the D2L drop box folder on time.
An original summary was submitted in the D2L drop box folder one day late.
An original summary was submitted in the D2L drop box folder two to five days late.
Work was not submitted in the drop box or was submitted more than five days late.
Grammar There are no detectable spelling or grammar errors.
There are less than five spelling or grammar errors. There are multiple spelling and / or grammar errors.
Work was not submitted in the drop box or the summary contains excessive spelling and grammar errors.
Journal Article Dropbox Grading Rubric – Updated 3/29/2016
Authenticity
Work appears original.
The plagiarism report is less than 10%.
Less than three words in sequence are quoted.
Work appears primarily original.
The plagiarism report is 10-30%.
Three to ten words in sequence are quoted.
Work is significantly unoriginal. The plagiarism report is 30 – 50%.
Sentences include excessive use of direct quotes.
Work was not submitted in the drop box or the submitted work is unoriginal such that the plagiarism report is greater than 50%.
Works Cited
All resources are cited in text (resources are referenced in the text of the summary).
All resources are listed alphabetically or numerically on a separate Works Cited page. Resources may include the assigned article, course textbook, scholarly websites,

or additional scholarly articles.
Some, but not all, of the resources are cited in text (resources are referenced in the text of the summary).
Most, but not all, resources are listed alphabetically or numerically in a separate Works Cited page. This includes the assigned article, course textbook, scholarly

websites, or additional scholarly articles.
Most of the resources are not cited in text (resources are referenced in the text of the summary).
Resources are not included in a separate Works Cited page.
Resources include websites which are not considered to be scholarly (such as Yahoo answers, Wikipedia, ASK, etc.).
Work was not submitted in the drop box or none of the resources are cited in text (resources are referenced in the text of the summary).
Resources are not included in a separate Works Cited page.
Resources are exclusively websites which are not considered to be scholarly (such as Yahoo answers, Wikipedia, ASK, etc.).
Create an original reflective summary
Excellent 15 points
Good 10 points
Needs Improvement 5 points
Unacceptable 0 points
Summarize the Article
A two (2) paragraph summary of the article is included.
A one (1) paragraph summary of the article is included.
A summary of the article is included, but is only a couple of sentences.
Work was not submitted in the drop box or a summary of the article is not included.
Most interesting
The student’s reflective summary addressed in great detail what was most interesting to him / her about the article, within a paragraph.
Specific examples are included.
The summary briefly mentioned any points of interest from the article within a sentence or two.
Examples are not included.
A summary was written, but it did not include what the student found interesting about the article.
It may include one sentence that states that the Journal Article is interesting, but any
Work was not submitted in the drop box or what was most interesting about the article is not included.
Journal Article Dropbox Grading Rubric – Updated 3/29/2016
substantive evidence (such as examples, explanation, etc.) is absent.
Most difficult
The student’s reflective summary addressed in great detail what was most difficult to him / her about the article.
Specific examples are included.
The summary briefly mentioned points of difficulty about the article.
Examples are not included.
A summary was written, but it did not include what the student found difficult about the article.
It may include one sentence that states that the Journal Article is difficult, but any substantive evidence (such as examples, explanation, etc.) is absent.
Work was not submitted in the drop box or what was most difficult about the article is not included.
Connection made
The student’s reflective summary addressed in great detail how the article is connected with the current learning unit material.
Specific examples with detailed explanation of cellular events are included.
The summary briefly made a connection with the journal article and current learning unit material.
Only two or three sentences which state that a connection is found, but no specific examples or explanations are made.
A summary was written, but it did not include a connection with the journal article and current learning unit material.
It may include one sentence that states that the Journal Article is related to the course material, but any substantive evidence (such as examples, explanation, etc.)

is absent.
Work was not submitted in the drop box or a connection between the article and unit material is not included.

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