evaluation criteria for Pre-Exam Papers

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Evaluation Criteria for Pre-Exam Paper #1 For this assignment you were to consider the three most important things discussed over the past few weeks, either in class, videos, or the assigned readings in the textbook, and briefly identify and describe each topic you selected. You were also asked to write a justification of your choices (what is the historical significance of this topic, why is it important?). Your paper is due on Wed. Sept. 23 for sections 9 and 12, and Tue Sept. 22 for Sec. 18. Your paper should be 1 and 1/2 -2 pages, and you were asked to use 12 point font, double spacing and 1” margins. You did not need to create a single essay from your three most important things with an introduction, body, and conclusion. You could write about each topic separately without transitions between them. This assignment was worth 25 pts. You received 1 point just for putting your name on your paper. An accurate
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Unformatted text preview: identification and description (who/what, when, and where) of each topic was worth 5 points, and identification of its historical significance (why it is important) was valued at 3 points. Thus each of your three most important things was worth up to 8 points (5 points for identification and description, and 3 points for historical significance). Each misspelled word, word used in a grammatically incorrect context (i.e. there vs. their, to vs. too, its vs. it’s), or flagrant punctuation error, cost you 1 point. Topic #1 Identification and Description _____/5 Historical Significance _____/3 Topic #2 Identification and Description _____/5 Historical Significance _____/3 Topic #3 Identification and Description _____/5 Historical Significance _____/3 + 1 Free Point Spelling, Grammar, Punctuation Errors _______ Total _____/25 Please staple this piece of paper to the back of your assignment when you turn it in....
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This note was uploaded on 09/14/2009 for the course GENED 110 taught by Professor Chan during the Spring '06 term at Washington State University .

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