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Grade Sheet 1 - Information Literacy 9. How well does the...

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English 1001 F ‘10 Grade Sheet: Essay #1 Writer: ________________ G RADING C RITERIA 1 P ROFICIENT 2 A AB C OMPETENT B BC C D EVELOPING CD D F Rhetorical Negotiation of Purpose vis-à-vis Audience 1. How well does the opening of the paper establish its purpose? 2. How well does the paper address the class and teacher as an audience w/in a common conversation about literacy? Organization / Logic 3. How well does the thesis statement present the writer’s strong response about the text being analyzed? 4. How well does the text address the three parts of the assignment: summary, rhetorical analysis, strong response? 5. How well does the text employ a logical sequence of paragraphs? Development 6. How well are paragraphs framed around the writer’s own points, which link to thesis? 7. How well does the text use summary, paraphrase, and quotation as evidence for points? 8. How well does the text employ tactics of exposition to develop paragraphs?
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Unformatted text preview: Information Literacy 9. How well does the text use attributive phrases and internal MLA style parenthetical citations? 10. Does the text present an accurate MLA works cited list? Student Experts Ethos 11. How well does the writer demonstrate comprehensive understanding of the content? 12. How well does the writer demonstrate personal engagement with the content? Readability 13. How free is the text of spelling, grammar, punctuation errors? 14. How effectively do sentences use clear subjects and verbs? 15. How well chosen is the texts vocabulary? English 1001 F 10 Grade Sheet: Essay #1 Writer: ________________ W Grade is determined holistically i.e., in terms of how the above criteria work together to compose a text. 2 See the unit rubric on our D2L site for each categorys definition of proficient, competent, & developing. G ENERAL C OMMENTS SW: 1 2 3 4...
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This note was uploaded on 06/07/2011 for the course ENGL 1001 taught by Professor Proedehl during the Spring '09 term at Marquette.

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