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Automotive Electrical Diagnosis: Establishing a Process

Assessment

The rubric used by the instructor for assessing the student worksheet follows:

 

Schematic and Email Posting

0 POINTS

1 POINT

2 POINTS

Neither schematic nor email posting attached to worksheet or incorrect schematic is attached.

Correct schematic of circuit and email posting are attached over the cover page.

Correct schematic of circuit and email posting are attached under the cover page.

 

Steps Taken in Diagnosis

0 POINTS

1 3 POINTS

4 6 POINTS

7 9 POINTS

10 POINTS

No steps are outlined.

Steps are written and no rationale given for steps.

Steps are written and rationales based on incorrect electrical assumptions for entire process.

Steps are clearly written and rationales based on incorrect electrical assumptions at times through process.

Steps are clearly written and logical electrical rationales given for all steps.

 

Voltmeter Knowledge

0 POINTS

1 4 POINTS

5 7 POINTS

8 POINTS

No voltmeter readings are provided.

Voltmeter readings with valid values, expressed with accompanying circuit conditions, at appropriate places in circuit, and with correct placement of leads present in less than half of the readings taken. 

Voltmeter readings with valid values, expressed with accompanying circuit conditions, at appropriate places in circuit, and with correct placement of leads present in more than half of the readings taken. 

All voltmeter readings are valid values, expressed with accompanying circuit conditions, at appropriate places in circuit, and with correct placement of leads.