Conflict Paragraph Rubric

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Conflict Paragraph Rubric for Final Exam Essay Question Advanced (A) Proficient (B) Partially Proficient (C) Needs Work (D) Organization Your paragraph: Begins with your thesis statement. Identifies the protagonist, antagonist, type of conflict, and resolution of the conflict in a logical order. Supports your thesis with at least 3 quotes. Connects all main points to your thesis statement. Introduces each quote clearly by providing the context BEFORE the quote. Integrates the quote with your own ideas in a fluent sentence. Clearly explains each quote AFTER the quote. Ends with a clincher sentence that sums up your ideas clearly. Your paragraph: Begins with your thesis statement. Identifies the protagonist, antagonist, type of conflict, and resolution. Supports your thesis with quotes. Introduces each quote clearly by providing the context. Clearly explains each quote. Ends with a clincher sentence that sums up your ideas. Your paragraph: Has a thesis statement. Identifies some elements of the conflict. Includes quotes or examples that attempt to support your ideas. It may have one or two of the following
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This note was uploaded on 04/27/2011 for the course LIT 113 taught by Professor Howard during the Fall '09 term at Grand Valley State University.

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