6-1 Presentation: International Accounting Standards

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Overall Feedback

Yvonne, see the rubric for specific comments.

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Criteria

Exemplary

Proficient

Needs Improvement

Not Evident

Criterion Score

Content: Rules-Based Versus Principles-Based Accounting

10 points

Meets “Proficient” criteria and provides in-depth analysis contrasting rules-based versus principles-based accounting based on peer-reviewed sources

9 points

Delivers concise summary of rules-based versus principles-based accounting highlighting the differences between the two

7 points

Summary is incomplete or fails to effectively contrast the two types of accounting

0 points

No summary or contrast of rules-based versus principles-based accounting

Score of Content: Rules-Based Versus Principles-Based Accounting,7 / 10

Criterion Feedback

Yvonne, you have some slides in which you state the differences between rules and principles-based accounting. There are some inaccuracies that detract from the clarity and substance of this section.

Bullet points #2 and #3 sounds as though you have reversed or confused rules and principles-based accounting.

Content: GAAP and IFRS Scenario

10 points

Meets “Proficient” criteria and scenarios are from a peer-reviewed source

9 points

Provides at least two scenarios published within the last 5 years and a concise, detailed summary of how each of the situations would have been handled under the GAAP principles and how the same scenario would have been handled under the IFRS principles

7 points

Summary is lacking focus and/or a summary of how details of situation would be handled. Scenarios are more than 5 years old

0 points

Fewer than 2 scenarios; no attempt made at summarizing the differences in handling chosen scenario

Score of Content: GAAP and IFRS Scenario,0 / 10

Criterion Feedback

Yvonne, as explained in the week’s course announcement (see the examples provided), if you discuss at least two published accounting scenarios and describe how GAAP and IFRS would treat a particular reporting issue, the rubric awards up to 10 points here for that.

Content: Global Corporate Governance

10 points

Meets “Proficient” criteria and provides peer-reviewed sources to support explanation

9 points

Presents a logical, concise explanation of the difficulty in maintaining global corporate governance

7 points

Explanation is lacking focus and/or details of potential difficulties in global corporate governance

0 points

No explanation provided; explanation does not relate to the difficulties of global corporate governance

Score of Content: Global Corporate Governance,7 / 10

Criterion Feedback

Yvonne, you have some points that are relevant here in terms of differing laws. On slide #9, bullet points 2 & 3 I have questions about the substance and accuracy of your statements: that the size of the board necessarily corresponds to the size of the company and each country requiring its own leadership. Yes, there will be local management for all companies who will report to a headquarters unit, executive management, a board of directors. See this resource: https://www.coso.org/documents/COSO%20McNallyTransition%20Article-Final%20COSO%20Version%20Proof_5-31-13.pdf. In particular see Table 2 on page 6.

Content: GAAP or IFRS Personal Conclusion

10 points

Meets “Proficient” criteria and provides peer-reviewed sources to support stance

9 points

Position clearly stated and supported by at least 3 concise points for or against the change from GAAP to IFRS

7 points

Position on switching from GAAP to IFRS is ambiguous and unsupported or under-supported

0 points

No position stated; position not supported by any points

Score of Content: GAAP or IFRS Personal Conclusion,9 / 10

Criterion Feedback

Yvonne, good job of stating your personal conclusions.

Organization

20 points

Slides are organized in a logical way that complements the central theme; transitions are well-paced to create a natural and engaging flow

18 points

Slides are organized in a logical way, and transitions are paced so that the material is easily accessible

14 points

Slides are organized mostly in a logical way, and transitions are paced so that the material can be understood with focus and effort

0 points

Slides are organized in a way that is illogical OR transitions are paced so that the material cannot be understood

Score of Organization,14 / 20

Criterion Feedback

Yvonne, a couple of aspects that would enhance the flow of information for your presentation would be detail in your speaker’s notes to complement the slide content and art and imagery to capture and retain your audience’s attention.

Visual Appeal

25 points

There is a consistent visual theme that helps enhance understanding of the ideas; includes multiple types of media

22.5 points

Original images are created using proper size and resolution that enhance the content; includes more than one type of media

17.5 points

Visually depicts topic and assists audience; images are of proper size and resolution

0 points

Graphics are unrelated to content and cross over each other; distracting, busy, and detract from presentation

Score of Visual Appeal,17.5 / 25

Criterion Feedback

Yvonne, good job of integrating a colored background for your presentation. If you incorporate multiple media types, the rubric awards additional points here for that.

Narration (Research/Speaker Notes)

15 points

Mechanics and style ensure clarity; incorporates multiple properly cited scholarly resources

13.5 points

Mechanics and style promote clarity; incorporates some properly cited scholarly resources

10.5 points

Mechanics and style make narration intelligible; incorporates very few properly cited scholarly resources

0 points

Several mechanical errors OR does not incorporate scholarly resources

Score of Narration (Research/Speaker Notes),10.5 / 15

Criterion Feedback

Yvonne, your speaker’s notes are especially brief and have less content and detail than the slides. There is an opportunity to continue development to incorporate substantive detail from your research to illustrate what detailed content you would present to your audience.

Rubric Total Score

Total

65 / 100

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