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Grade Rubric - ENGL 106 Composition Prof Mohring Criteria...

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ENGL 106 – Composition/ Prof. Mohring Criteria for Essay Evaluations Below are the general criteria that I use to evaluate (and grade) your essays. These criteria are based on typical student essays at various grade levels. The four standard categories of evaluation are listed at left; the typical characteristics of an essay are shown across a range of grade levels. (An A essay would have the typical characteristics in the left column; the next column to the right would show characteristics of a B essay, and so on. A essay B essay C essay D essay F essay I significant thesis strong thesis clearly-stated thesis vague or unclear missing, invalid, D demonstrates forecasts essay’s thesis; illogical or inappropriate E insight; concrete organization; or incomplete thesis; A support integrates independent thought; concrete support development insufficient. S thorough for each major of ideas vague or statistics with detailed development of point
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course ENG 101 taught by Professor Mohring during the Spring '08 term at Lycoming.

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