Metacognition Reflection #1

Metacognition Reflection #1 - CL MR#1 RUBRIC | Quality of...

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CL MR #1 RUBRIC ||| Quality of Analysis + Quality of Language = Total Score Criteria | Value 50 35 20 Quality of Analysis Detailed, insightful commentary that addresses multiple aspects detailed in assignment prompt with specificity. Pedestrian, predictable commentary that addresses multiple aspects detailed in prompt with some degree of specificity. Commentary that addresses one aspect detailed in prompt with generality. Quality of Language Implementation of multiple higher-level vocabulary words within sentences of varied lengths that have been proofread for errors. Employment of some higher-level vocabulary words within sentences that still require some editing for effective comprehension. Language is lacking higher-level vocabulary within commentary that is too brief with noticeable errors in mechanics. *Self Analysis at the bottom “The differences within duality expresses the two total opposites of the spectrum in this phrase "dark yet dawn". When this painted within the paragraph, the irony is shown since the dark hour is Meursault's execution and dawn is the last bit of light he is beginning to see. This reiterates the different feelings of life, how Meursault is pessimistic, yet he is seeing light as if it's the most beautiful thing on earth.” Smells of night, earth, and salt air were cooling my temples. The wondrous peace of that sleeping summer flowed through me like a tide. “Camus boosts this phrase by adding alliteration to further the serene state of mind felt by Meursault. To create the mood adjacent to this phrase, the alliteration confirms the tranquil feelings of the main character's last raw emotions until his death.” For the first time in a long time I thought about Maman. I felt as if I understood why at the end of her life she had taken a “fiance,” why she had that played at the beginning again.
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