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Introduction - Writing Rubric for Grading Part Two of the...

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Writing Rubric for Grading Part Two of the Midterm The numbers that correspond to the four categories represent the score of your essay. The total of the paper will based on a 25 point total. For an “A” paper, you must clearly demonstrate your mastery of these four categories. Issue Selection and Development (the main thesis and its development) Organization (the internal structure) Writing (includes tone, sentence flow, word choice, phrasing, and adherence to conventions of grammar, punctuation, paragraph, structure, etc. Argumentation (the support) Make your own argument and state the argument made by the other argument. Say why, at the end, your argument is better. 5. Issues are clearly stated and in the proper format. Thoughts are clear and focused. Trivia and irrelevancies aren’t found. 5. The organization is compelling and moves reader through the text. The paper moves from 1-4 as stated in the assignment. 5. The essay is lively, expressive,
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