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Unformatted text preview: ‘ U y . I “as-"1m um i gr g SCwSa’ V g A me’m P. “VIN;th [C “ tn.1u ' 1 ‘ill 1‘11}; ‘ ' , WWWWWW M A. V1 WWW.” v H— W ‘N 74‘ 1 . ‘ ,"w‘ H, - h I ‘ l fl ' v y - A “I ‘7 I'VE} 5.15 6;” AP English Genocide Unit Essay Worth: 90 points Style expectations: A student’s writing flourishes by using metaphorical language, parallel sentence structure, subordination and coordination, and exemplary editing. Please use all of these in your essay. Please use passages from Night, “Degrees of Evil,” and “Of Christian Heroism” and “Jedwabne 1941” articles to assess the degrees of evil in the Holocaust and attempt finding both reconciliation and moral good resulting from this tragedy. While all articles must be used, each should be used with a clear reasoning for your assessment and interact with the other articles to form a clear position with supporting details. Many people have given many answers to the question of why humans participate in acts of genocide. Among those answers, the author of “Jedwabne 1941” presents a simple but haunting response. ESSAY QUESTION: After carefully reading “J edwabng 124,1,” byfieorggfllillhigise defend, refute, or modify his position about why’human’s participate in acts of geno i e. ~Nw~-~~v-~‘~_ w... m." .. Clarity and Brevity are treasured more highly than lengthy and rambling responses. thmmmmma 1/ \aolor'itaM\ Wmmflt 30% . »\\ 3W9MMC~\\MMMM/ AP English 12 Essay Evaluation ESSAY QUESTION: Why do we, as humans, participate in acts of Genocide? Each category is worth ten points. Your response received a number that indicates your success in that category. Please be aware of both your strengths and weaknesses in writing. Sometimes we dwell too much on our weaknesses instead of making stronger what we do well. Try to avoid dwelling on the negative and accent the positive. Student has developed one main idea i (3 Student advances a clearly defined position and uses text to support it «/g Student has written an essay organized by a thesis statement 1 é ) Student has written a thesis paragraph that propels the entire essay in one direction / & Student has followed the suggested format for the essay discussing why groups of people participate in genocidal acts. 5 d Student demonstrates sentence fluency 9, f .Qtoi r- NarQLvefl Student’s paper displays an extclsmgfiapmqpfiate and varied vocabulary , used intentionally to promote his or her position in the paper a? /& Student’s essay clearly shows a high level of grammar control and effective structure 9 (/ of the language. ' t a ' lit a, - —_ Student provides insights about the prompt that clearly exceed expectations 9 5/ I of an average essay _—————‘——————~———— :2/ ‘ 11m .A-b vrwvv‘l' . guc te‘t‘J 34"“ ’7‘”); ' \N W Total (90 points possible) ...
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