Name _________________________________________________ Period _______ Date _______ Raw Score _______ Class Grade ________ WL Comparison Timed Writing English A1 HL Written Paper Two, Essay, Assessment Chart A: Knowledge and Understanding of Works How well does the candidate know the works studied? How much understanding has the candid-ate shown of the works studied in relation to the question answered? How detailed and/or appropriate are the candidate’s references to the works stud-ied? B: Response to the Question How well has the candidate understood the specific demands of the question? To what extent has the candidate respon-ded to these demands? How well has the candidate illustrated claims? To what extent has the candidate ex-pressed a relevant personal response? C: Appreciation of Literary Features To what extent is the candidate aware of the presence of literary features in the text, such as diction, imagery, tone, struc-ture, style and technique? To what extent does the candidate appre-ciate the effects of the literary features? How well has the candidate supported claims about the effects of literary fea-tures? D: Presentation How well has the candidate organized the commentary? How effectively have the candidate’s ideas been presented? To what extent are sup-porting examples integrated into the body of the commentary? E: Formal Use of Language How accurate, clear and precise is the language used by the candidate? How ap-propriate is the candidate’s choice of re-gister and style, for this task? (Register refers, in this context, to the candidate’s sensitivity to elements such as the vocabu-lary, tone, sentence structure and idiom appropriate to the task.)0 The candidate has not reached level 1.0 The candidate has not reached level 1.0 The candidate has not reached level 1.
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This note was uploaded on 05/16/2011 for the course WRT 111 taught by Professor Colombo during the Spring '10 term at Grand Valley State University.