3. Annotated Bibliography and Cover Letter Rubric Revised.docx.pdf

3. Annotated Bibliography and Cover Letter Rubric Revised.docx.pdf

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Annotated Bibliography Rubric Make sure that you have followed all assignment instructions and have turned in all stages of the writing process (proposal, draft, peer review, final draft). Student Name: Exceeds Expectations Meets Expectation s Needs Improvement Unsatisfactory Cover Letter (setting up the topic and conversation) Summary (understanding your sources) Source Selection and Evaluation (researching your topic) Citation Format (meeting audience expectations) Writing Style and Mechanics (writing with clarity and consistency) Overall Comments:
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If you have questions or would like clarification after looking over this rubric and receiving your instructor’s feedback, you are more than welcome (and encouraged) to meet with them during office hours. Cover Letter (setting up the topic and conversation) EE: The cover letter clearly states the essay’s tentative argument. It clearly links the research process with the bibliography, giving the reader a sense of what the writer has done and where their work will go from here. The letter enriches our sense of what the bibliography offers while also being clearly connected to what the bibliography contains. ME: The cover letter gives some sense of essay’s tentative argument. It attempts to link the research process with the bibliography, giving the reader some sense of what the writer has done and where their work will go from here. The letter enriches our sense of what the bibliography offers while also being
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  • Fall '16
  • Nicole Foubister
  • Writing, Writer, tentative argument

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