Brief Grading Rubric

Brief Grading Rubric - Brief Grading Rubric (First Paper)...

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Brief Grading Rubric (First Paper) You can earn an A if: - Your thesis is strong, original, and persuasively articulated. I should explain in a single sentence what you believe the story to be about. - Your thesis is well-argued, using evidence from both the primary text and secondary texts. - Your paper clearly addresses the assignment, but also clearly shows your own opinions, ideas, and research. - Your paper is excellently organized, with a balance between addressing the topic, showing your research, and making your own argument. -Your paper does not simply summarize the story, but uses key details from the text to support your points. - Your sources are incorporated smoothly into your own writing and are used in a way that clearly shows their importance to your topic and argument, and are properly cited in MLA format. - Your paper is well-written, with an engaging and original prose style that reflects the expectations of the class and your audience. - Your paper is, in a word, excellent.
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