Specific examples are used to illustrate arguments All aspects of the prompt

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significantly beyond restating points from lectures and readings. Specific examples are used to illustrate arguments. All aspects of the prompt are addressed and there are no grammatical problems. 17-18 : Assignment is quite good overall. Compelling answers are offered to the prompt that move beyond restating points from lectures and readings. One or more of the following may be true: an aspect of the prompt is not fully addressed; an aspect of the argument is a bit unclear; examples are too general; some grammatical errors exist. 15-16 : Assignment is satisfactory. Answers are offered to the prompt, though they mainly restate points made in lectures and readings. Parts of the answer may be a bit unclear. Two or more of the following may be true: one or more aspects of the prompt are not fully addressed; examples are too general or unclear; several grammatical errors exist. 13-14 : Assignment shows significant gaps. Several of the following may be true: answers are unclear or do not directly address the prompt; examples are overly general and do not offer insight into the prompt; multiple aspects of the prompt are not addressed; many grammatical errors exist. 12 or below : Assignment does not demonstrate satisfactory comprehension of the unit material.
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  • Spring '16
  • Dr. Peter Van Cleave
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