wra 1004 January_24_Rubric_ExampleWritingHistory

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January 24, 2011 WRA 1004-004 Class Notes
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Activity #1 Introduce General Rubric Guidelines Rubric Inquiry Writing Activity Activity #2 Deconstruct Essay Example #1using the Rubric Assign Homework
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Purpose of a rubric A rubric is designed as a communication document rather than  to only be a grading document. It helps you understand the  specifics of your performance for a project and indicates areas  in which you can improve your writing. Categories for this course Descriptions of categories
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On a blank sheet of paper, Tell me about the parts of the rubric you feel like you are best  prepared to follow. Why? Then, tell me about the parts of the rubric you think will be  more difficult to follow. Why? After that, let me know if there are any parts of the rubric that  are confusing or seem unfair. Explain your thoughts. Rubric Inquiry
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