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Zerwin, SLCC, Fairview High School Summary/Response rubric for __________________________ 50 points (check = got it, minus no points; check + circle = work on it, minus 1 point; circle = need it, minus 2 points) Organization Intro delivers the summary of the article and ends with the thesis statement Body paragraphs follow, one for each point you want to make about that author’s ONE key idea. There is a conclusion that Emphasizes the most important idea you want the reader to remember about your essay. Academic Summary Summarize key ideas as opposed to specific events. State the name of the author and the title of his/her article/book, etc., early in your summary. Use author tags throughout to clearly establish that you are referring to the author’s ideas (as opposed to advancing your own ideas). Example: “McCarthy suggests that…” or “Botstein argues that…” or “According to Ehrenreich,…” Remain objective throughout your summary. Put the summary into your own words, except when you… (see the next check
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This note was uploaded on 05/16/2011 for the course LIT 337 taught by Professor Jackson during the Winter '10 term at Grand Valley State University.

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