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Hajissa - Rubric - Digital Literacy Narrative Essay - 11 (1)

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Shermak COM 101 Digital Literacy Memoir Rubric Name: Hajissa Criteria 5 4 3 2 1 Add.Comments Total Command How well does the essay “flow”? Does the essay move clearly and logically from start to finish, remaining on topic? The writer is in command of the essay’s ideas; details to illuminate or support those ideas are specific, relevant and carefully crafted or presented. The writer is in consistent control of the ideas of the essay; details to illuminate or support those ideas are specific and relevant. The writer seems initially in control of the ideas of the essay, but is unable to maintain it; details to illuminate or support the essay’s ideas are typically relevant and/or specific. The writer maintains a false sense of control over the essay’s ideas;details meant to illuminate or support the essay’s ideas are often generic and/or irrelevant. Details are severely lacking or missing altogether. The organization is incoherent or illogical, with no transitions between ideas, creating a total lack of unity. Nice setup in the beginning and carries through to the end 5 Organization How well are ideas linked together to form a cohesive message? The work is tightly unified, and ideas are arranged logically with creative transitions.
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