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Unformatted text preview: Name _______________________________ Rubric for Grading Movie Analysis Assignment SUPERIOR 14-15) Directly addresses the assignment by focusing on the chosen movie, making inferences based on some or all of its specific features using material covered to date. The paper supports an arguable, specific, complex thesis that invokes the movies implicit cultural assumptions. The writer demonstrates sustained argumentation derived from a detailed description and analysis of the movie. The paper is well-organized: paragraphs are logically sequenced and unified around specific topics, and transitions are effective. The language of the paper is exceptionally fluent and clear. Words are used with precision. The paper has been carefully edited and is virtually free of errors in mechanics, usage, grammar, and spelling. In short, a superior paper is uniformly excellent in its analysis, organization, and language. GOOD (11-13) Holds the reader's attention and exceeds the basic demands of the assignment, making inferences about the movie based on some of its features. It may be uniformly above average in all areas, or it may be outstanding in some areas and merely competent in others. It may be uniformly above average in all areas, or it may be outstanding in some areas and merely competent in others....
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This note was uploaded on 04/06/2011 for the course CUL 287 taught by Professor Duffay during the Spring '11 term at Seneca.
- Spring '11