Causation

 

 

Causation explains and demonstrates the relationship between causes and effects. The three assessable components are the following:

 

    1. Selects significant items to relate.
    2. Specifies accurate categories of relationships.
    3. Expresses the significance of the relationship.

 

  1. Selects significant items to relate.
    1. Selects items that are very suitable for addressing the objectives of the relationship.
    1. Selects items that provide a way to successfully addressing the relationship.
    1. Selects items that meet the basic requirements, but do not suggest a good way to draw conclusions.
    1. Selects items that are inappropriate to the basic objective of the assignment.

 

  1. Specifies accurate categories of relationships.
    1. Distinguishes accurately among sufficient, necessary, and contributory relationships when explaining the significance of cause and effect relationships.
    1. Distinguishes with less precision among sufficient, necessary and contributory relationship when explaining the significance of cause and effect relationships.

 

    1. Confuses the categories when explaining relationship.
    1. Pays no attention to categories.

 

c. Expresses the significance of the relationship.

    1. Expresses accurately and thoughtfully the meanings of the relationships in an organized way.
    1. Expresses with less accuracy and thoughtfulness the meanings of the relationships.
    2. Express some of the meanings of relationship but with little attention to categories and organization.

1. Has difficulty organizing a clear explanation of the significance of relationships.