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Exploring Microsoft Access 2010 Chapter 2: Relational Databases and Queries You may use the following rubrics as a guide to evaluate the student work, but, of course, you may impose any additional grading criteria you choose.

Employee Performance Review Performance Elements Edit data

Level 3 Exceeds Expectations Creates new records in Employee table.

Creating query

Displays job title, not title code.

File management

Changes made to copied file, not original.

Level 2 Meets Expectations Edits “Your Name” record in Employee table. Query contains all required fields and contains criteria as described. Sorts query by last name, then by first name. Copies and renames files as instructed.

Level 1 Below Expectation Does not edit record. Does not add all required fields to report.

Does not copy file as described.

Database Administrator Position Performance Elements Table design

Enter data

Creating query

Level 3 Exceeds Expectations Interviews table contains validation on rank field name, to prevent user from entering a value less than 1 or greater than 5. Interviews table contains lookup fields on foreign keys. Enters more than the required minimum number of records in tables. Query uses JobOpeningID as criteria field, but displays Job Name.

Level 2 Meets Expectations Creates three tables as described. Creates relationships between tables.

Level 1 Below Expectation Does not create all three tables or tables do not contain needed fields.

Enters ten records in the Candidates table, eight records in the Interviews table, and five records in the JobOpenings table. Enters criteria as described, query sorted by last name, then first name.

Does not enter data as described.

Does not create query or define criteria.

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May Beverage Sales Performance Elements Editing May 2012 Beverages and Confections query

Editing 2012 Beverage Sales By Country

File management

Level 3 Exceeds Expectations Uses “OR” keyword in CategoryName field and “BETWEEN” keyword in ShippedDate field to put all criteria on a single criteria row. Sorts orders by country

Changes made to copied file, not original.

Level 2 Meets Expectations Corrects ShippedDate criteria to include only dates between 5/1/2012 and 5/31/2012

Level 1 Below Expectation Does not correct ShippedDate criteria.

Changes ShippedDate criteria to include all dates in 2012. Corrects spelling error in “beverages”.. Copies and renames files as instructed.

Does not correct errors in query criteria.

Does not copy file as described.

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