Filtration Filters in Xray Production

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-Filtration Definition

-Filtration Material

-Inherent Filtration v. Added Filtration

-Compensation Filtration- Wedge Filter, Trough Filter, Ferlic Filter

-Minimum Total Filtration Levels Recommended

** Required APA Format, Cover Page, 5 Pages Content, Reference Page**

**Please include in text citations**

**Rubric Attached**

Keiser University-Miami Campus – RTE 1401 Radiographic Imaging Name: ___________________________________ Date: ____________________Instructor: ________________________________________ RUBRIC FOR: RTE 1401 Radiographic Imaging – Grading Criteria: Written Section CRITERIA Ratings: Grammar & Spelling Organization & Sequencing Accuracy of Facts Conclusion Sources (Reference Page) High Proficiency Adequate Proficiency Partial Proficiency Limited Proficiency No Proficiency (4) (3) (2) (1) (0) Total points Writer makes no errors in grammar or spelling that distract the reader from the content. Writer makes 1-2 errors in grammar or spelling that distract the reader from the content. Writer makes 3-4 errors in grammar or spelling that distract the reader from the content. Writer makes 5-6 errors in grammar or spelling that distract the reader from the content. Writer makes 7 or more errors in grammar or spelling throughout paper. Details are placed in a logical order and presented effectively; keeping the reader interest. Details are placed in a logical order, but presented in such a way that the reader sometimes loses interest. Some details are not in a logical or expected order, and this distracts the reader. Many details are not in a logical or expected order. There is little sense that the writing is organized. Details are not in a logical order and there is no sense of order in the writing. All supportive facts are reported accurately. Most supportive facts are reported accurately. Few supportive facts are reported accurately. Most facts are reported inaccurately. All facts are reported inaccurately. _____ points The conclusion is strong; leaving the reader with a feeling that they understand what the writer is “getting at”. The conclusion is recognizable and ties up most loose ends. The conclusion is recognizable, but leaves many loose ends. The conclusion is extremely vague. There is no conclusion; the paper ends abruptly. _____ points All sources are scholarly and are used for quotes and facts are credible and cited correctly using APA format. All sources are scholarly and used for quotes and facts are credible and most are cited correctly using APA format. Most sources used for quotes and facts are credible and cited correctly using APA format. Many sources used for quotes and facts are less than credible (suspect) and/or are not cited correctly in APA format. Sources used for quotes and facts are not credible, and not cited correctly in APA format _____ points _____ points _____ points APA Format Sentence Structure Writer includes all of the following: Title Page Proper running heads In text citations APA Proper spacing Proper Fonts Conclusion Reference pages APA 5 complete pages of content Writer is missing or has errors in 1 of the following: Title Page Proper running heads In text citations APA Proper spacing Proper Fonts Conclusion Reference pages APA 5 complete pages of content Writer is missing or has errors in 2 of the following: Title Page Proper running heads In text citations APA Proper spacing Proper Fonts Conclusion Reference pages APA 5 complete pages of content Writer is missing or has errors in 3 of the following: Title Page Proper running heads In text citations APA Proper spacing Proper Fonts Conclusion Reference pages APA 5 complete pages of content Writer is missing or has errors in 4 of the following: Title Page Proper running heads In text citations APA Proper spacing Proper Fonts Conclusion Reference pages APA 5 complete pages of content Writer has no errors in the following: No run on sentences Paragraph transitions Paper flows from topic to the next Comprehension No slang, appropriate terminology Writer has 1-2 errors in the following: No run on sentences Paragraph transitions Paper flows from topic to the next Comprehension No slang, appropriate terminology Writer has 3-4 errors in the following: No run on sentences Paragraph transitions Paper flows from topic to the next Comprehension No slang, appropriate terminology Writer has 4-5 errors in the following: No run on sentences Paragraph transitions Paper flows from topic to the next Comprehension No slang, appropriate terminology Writer has 6-7 errors in the following: No run on sentences Paragraph transitions Paper flows from topic to the next Comprehension No slang, appropriate terminology _____points _____points Total: /28 RUBRIC FOR: RTE 1401 Radiographic Imaging – Grading Criteria: Video Presentation Section Distinguished 4 Content Does the presentation cover required elements thoroughly? Appropriate referral when indicated Content & Organization Is the project organized and well thought out? Creativity & Elements of Design – Is your video interesting? Does your video demonstrate creativity in presenting your information? Is the video of good presentation quality? Video demonstrates sound use of scholarly information in the development of the video. All required elements are covered thoroughly. Accomplished 3 Video demonstrates moderate use of scholarly information in the development of the program. Video addresses all required elements. Some elements are covered with excellent clarity and thoroughness while others could be improved. Video shows a continuous progression of ideas and tells a complete, easily followed story. Fairly well organized. Well organized. Format is easy to follow. Excellent, well thought out explanation shows superior effort. Good explanation shows good effort. Developing 2 Beginning 1 Minimal evidence of use of scholarly information in the development of the Video Little to no use of scholarly information in the development of the video. Video addresses all required elements but lacks thoroughness and clarity Video does not address all the required elements Fairly well organized. Not organized. Format is easy to follow. Difficult to follow. Score/Comments _____points _____points Excellent sense of design. Excellent demonstration of creativity. Video and focus are of good quality. Smooth transitions are appropriate and aid in delivery of the presentation. Good use of graphics and/or other design elements. Good creativity demonstrated. Some transitions are inappropriately placed. Sound quality is OK. Video is clear and in focus. Good explanation shows good effort. Poor quality shows poor effort Minimal use of design elements. Minimal creativity demonstrated. No transitions. Sound is lacking or inappropriate or scratchy. Some pictures or video clips may be out of focus or “shaky”. Use of design elements detracts from video and from content. Little to no creativity demonstrated. Sound quality is poor. Video may be out of focus or “shaky”. _____points Overall presentation – Presentation meets acceptable time frame? Able to respond to the questions by the students and instructor with ease? Speaks clearly and distinctly throughout presentation with no mispronunciation of words. Speaks clearly and distinctly, but mispronounces 1 or more words Does not speak clearly and distinctly throughout presentation and/or mispronounces more than 1 word. Does not speak clearly, distinctly, or loud enough. Mispronounces several words. Excellent project. Falls within assigned 10-12 min time frame. Good project. Falls within 10-12-minute time frame but could have used more or less time to communicate effectively. Fair project. Project does not meet required 10-12-minute time frame. Strong evidence of in-depth research and effort Some evidence of in-depth research and effort Weak evidence of in-depth research and effort Poor project; Project falls more than 5 minutes short of required 10-12-minute time frame. Respond to questions. Some difficulty effectively responding to questions. No evidence of in-depth research and effort. Responded easily to questions. _____points Confusion-unable to respond effectively to questions. Conclusion The conclusion is strong; leaving the The conclusion is recognizable and ties up loose The conclusion is recognizable, but leaves audience with a feeling that they ends. many loose ends. understand what the producer was getting at. The conclusion is not present or is extremely vague. Total Pts _____points /20

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