Module 7 Rubric: Persuasive Essay: Final Draft v1.5

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Criteria Achievement Level Unsatisfactory (0%) Less Than Satisfactory (65%) Satisfactory (75%) Good (85%) Excellent (100%) Identifies and Summarizes Topic 0 points Does not identify and summarize the problem, is confused or identifies a different or inappropriate topic. No outside sources are used. 1.46 points Identifies the topic; presents a vague argument relative to the topic and presents no evidence to support the argument. No outside sources are used. 1.69 points Identifies the topic; presents an argument relative to the topic and presents minimal evidence to support the argument. Not all evidence is relevant to the argument. At least one outside source is used. 1.91 points Identifies the topic; presents an argument relative to the topic and presents key evidence to support the argument. At least one outside source is used. 2.25 points Identifies the topic; presents an argument relative to the topic and presents key evidence to support the argument. Identifies not only the main issues, but also the embedded, implicit, or unspoken aspects of the topic. At least one outside source is used. Identifies and Reflects upon Assumptions 0 points Fails to identify assumptions about the topic. 1.46 points Identifies some common assumptions about the topic. 1.69 points
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This note was uploaded on 04/01/2012 for the course PHI 105 taught by Professor Larson during the Spring '12 term at Grand Canyon.

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