evaluation criteria for EXAM # 1

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Evaluation Criteria for Exam #1 This exam was worth 80 points. Each of the four identifications you wrote on were valued at 10 points, 6 points for who/what, when, and where and 4 points for historical significance (the why it is important aspect). Identification #1 Who/What, When, and Where _____/6 Historical Significance (Why) _____/4 Identification #2 Who/What, When, and Where _____/6 Historical Significance (Why) _____/4 Identification #3 Who/What, When, and Where _____/6 Historical Significance (Why) _____/4 Identification #4 Who/What, When, and Where _____/6 Historical Significance (Why) _____/4 Your essay question was worth 40 points. About 25 points was based on
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Unformatted text preview: how well you answered all aspects of the question , about 10 points for use of concrete examples to support your essay (data) , and about 5 points for clarity of writing (how well did you express your ideas ) and organization (introduction, body, and conclusion). Grammar, spelling and, punctuation did not count against you unless it adversely affected the clarity of your writing. How well did you answer all aspects of the question? _____/25 Use of concrete examples (data) to support your essay_____/10 Clarity of writing and organization_____/5 TOTAL ________/80 pts....
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