Biology Assessment Questions
Please answer the following questions:
1-Please write 5 differences between T lymphocyte cell and B lymphocyte cell.
2-What is the action of the Ciliary Escalator System?
3-What are the main important activities of interferons?
4-Please define Ghon Complex in Tuberculosis?
5-What is the general prognosis for Hepatitis D?
6-Why Clostridium difficile represents a great health problem in our country? How do you explain this situation?
7-Please explain the pathogenesis of Bordetella pertussis infection?
8-What are the serological markers for Acute Hepatitis B virus in a benign evolution?
9-What is the morbidity and mortality of Pneumonia secondary to Streptococcus pneumoniae in our country?
10-Is it possible to prevent Human Papilloma virus infection? How do you explain this prevention to your patients?
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Grading Rubric for Writing Assignment
Your professor may use a slightly different rubric, but the standard rubric at AUR will assess your writing according to the following standards:
|A (4)||B (3)||C (2)||D/F (1/0)|
|Focus: Purpose||Purpose is clear||Shows awareness of purpose||Shows limited awareness of purpose||No awareness|
|Main idea||Clearly presents a||There is a main idea||Vague sense of a||No main idea|
|main idea and||supported throughout||main idea, weakly|
|supports it||most of the paper.||supported|
|throughout the||throughout the|
|Organization:||Well-planned and||Good overall||There is a sense of||No sense of|
|Overall||well-thought out.||organization, includes||organization,||organization|
|Includes title,||the main||although some of the|
|introduction,||organizational tools.||organizational tools|
|statement of main||are used weakly or|
|idea, transitions and||Missing|
|Organization:||All paragraphs have||Most paragraphs have||Some paragraphs||Para. lack clear ideas|
|Paragraphs||clear ideas, are||clear ideas, are||have clear ideas,|
|supported with||supported with some||support from|
|examples and have||examples and have||examples may be|
|smooth transitions.||transitions.||missing and|
|transitions are weak.|
|Content||Exceptionally well-||Well-presented and||Content is sound and||Content is not sound|
|presented and||argued; ideas are||solid; ideas are|
|argued; ideas are||detailed, developed||present but not|
|detailed, well-||and supported with||particularly|
|developed,||evidence and details,||developed or|
|supported with||mostly specific.||supported; some|
|specific evidence &||evidence, but|
|facts, as well as||usually of a|
|examples and||generalized nature.|
|Research (if||Sources are||Sources are well||Sources support||The paper does not|
|assignment||exceptionally well-||integrated and||some claims made in||use adequate|
|includes a||integrated and they||support the paper’s||the paper, but might||research or if it does,|
|research||support claims||claims. There may be||not be integrated||the sources are not|
|component)||argued in the paper||occasional errors, but||well within the||integrated well.|
|very effectively.||the sources and||paper’s argument.||They are not cited|
|Quotations and||Works Cited conform||There may be a few||correctly according|
|Works Cited||to MLA style sheet.||errors in MLA||to MLA style, nor|
|conform to MLA||style..||listed correctly on|
|style sheet.||the Works Cited|
|Style: Sentence||Sentences are clear||Sentences are clear||Sentences are||Sentences aren’t|
|structure||and varied in||but may lack||generally clear but||clear|
|pattern, from simple||variation; a few may||may have awkward|
|to complex, with||be awkward and there||structure or unclear|
|excellent use of||may be a few||content; there may|
|punctuation.||punctuation errors.||be patterns of|
|Style: Word||There is clear use of||There is an attempt at||There is little||No attempt at style|
|choice, Tone||a personal and||a personal style but||attempt at style;|
|unique style of||style of writing may||reads as flat and|
|writing, suited to||be awkward or||perhaps|
|audience and||unsuited to audience||uninteresting in|
|purpose; the paper||and purpose; the||content, which is|
|holds the reader’s||reader may lose||usually generalized|
|interest with ease.||interest in some||and clichéd.|
|sections of the paper.|
|Style: Details||Large amounts of||Some use of specific||Little use of specific||No use of examples|
|and Examples||specific examples||examples and||examples and|
|and detailed||detailed descriptions.||details; mostly|
|descriptions.||May have extended||generalized|
|examples that go on||examples and little|
|for too long.||description.|
|Grammar &||Excellent grammar,||A few errors in||Shows a pattern of||Continuous errors|
|Mechanics||spelling, syntax and||grammar, spelling,||errors in spelling,|
|punctuation.||syntax and||grammar, syntax|
|punctuation, but not||and/or punctuation.|
|many.||Could also be a sign|
|of lack of proof-|
Biology Assessment Questions