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Simplified Grading Criteria for Expository Writing 101 For the complete criteria, see http://wp.rutgers.edu/ THESIS WORK WITH ASSIGNED TEXT ORGANIZATION PRESENTATION NP No thesis in evidence Thesis buried in summary Little or no relation between the texts and thesis A paper may not pass if it does not show significant revision from the rough draft to the final draft Poor reading comprehension or misinterpretation Lacks meaningful connection between texts or with the student’s own position Privileges student’s ideas Weak use of textual evidence Over-generalizes about the text Little coherence from paragraph to paragraph Lacks organizational structure Weak use of paragraphs, with few or no clear topic sentences Sentence-level errors impede meaning Patterns of error Failure to proofread Serious errors in citation conventions C Thesis emerges at the end of the paper from discussion of the text Takes clear position at least once
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This note was uploaded on 02/21/2012 for the course ENGLISH 101 taught by Professor Smith during the Spring '07 term at Rutgers.

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