Grading_criteria_-_Deepening

Grading_criteria_D - Essay#1 DEEPENING THIS GRADING CRITERIA HANDOUT SERVES AS A CHECKLIST AS YOU REVISE FREQUENTLY REFER BACK TO THE ASSIGNMENT

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Essay #1: DEEPENING THIS GRADING CRITERIA HANDOUT SERVES AS A CHECKLIST. AS YOU REVISE, FREQUENTLY REFER BACK TO THE ASSIGNMENT PROMPT. Grading Criteria~ Content Issues Evidence and Original Thinking: Be sure you’ve chosen appropriate pieces of evidence, as well as illustrated interesting connections between evidences. Every piece of evidence must clearly develop your idea. You are required to use a minimum of two texts as evidence in Essay #1. You must dig deeply for a thorough understanding of your chosen text. When representing texts, be selective, be economical, be accurate, think, and rethink. You must engage with those ideas, then deepen your understanding and ours using your own original thinking. Interact with evidence. Get far beyond a cursory reading. Clichés and truisms are not new ideas and should only be touched upon briefly as a bridge to get somewhere more interesting. (TRUISM – A statement that is obviously true; something we all already know, and do not, therefore need to be convinced of – ie, The advancement of technology has pros and cons. ) Your line of inquiry cannot be a truism, it must be more specific and nuanced than that. Movement:
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This note was uploaded on 10/07/2010 for the course WRITING 1 taught by Professor Sam during the Fall '10 term at New York Medical College.

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Grading_criteria_D - Essay#1 DEEPENING THIS GRADING CRITERIA HANDOUT SERVES AS A CHECKLIST AS YOU REVISE FREQUENTLY REFER BACK TO THE ASSIGNMENT

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