Argument Essay Rubric Sp10 DRAFT

Argument Essay Rubric Sp10 DRAFT - ARGUMENT RUBRIC 15...

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ARGUMENT RUBRIC 15 points total The problem is local and can realistically be changed. (2) The student clearly defined both the problem and the solution. (2) The student tells the audience why they should care about the argument in at least one paragraph. (1) The student directs his or her argument toward one specific audience, and uses language strategically to get that audience to listen. (2) The student includes a thoughtful introduction paragraph and a concluding paragraph. The student does write a “report” introduction. (1) The student considers the other side and responds to their points in at least one paragraph. (1) The student uses at least one picture in their essay, and cites the picture properly using MLA guidelines. (2) The student uses 1 source from a peer-reviewed academic journal (use the library’s search page). Student uses 3 reliable sources total. (1) The student writes a paper that is longer than 2 full pages, but shorter than 6. (5 = the maximum)
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