Student formulates research questions that are too narrow or too broad Does not

Student formulates research questions that are too

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Student formulates research question(s) that are too narrow or too broad. Does not set a feasible purpose and direction for research. Student formulates question(s) that are focused & clear and will set a purpose and direction for research.* Student formulates question(s) that are focused & clear and will set a purpose and direction for research. Question(s) are engaging and thought- provoking. W8a & b: Gathers relevant infofrom multiple sources (meets grade- level requirement for # of sources) & develops topic with sufficient facts, details & quotations. Got It (3 points) No relevant info from sources integrated. Information found does not address the research question(s) and/or quotes and paraphrases are unclear or underdeveloped. Has cited significantly less than 10-12 sources. Some information is found that addresses the research question(s) and is accurately paraphrased and/or quoted. Has cited less than 10-12 sources. Sufficient relevant info that addresses the research question(s) is accurately paraphrased and/or quoted. Has cited 10-12 sources. ** Accurately paraphrases and/or quotes relevant info from multiple sources that abundantly addresses the research question(s). Has cited 10-12 sources.**
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Ali 18 W2b:Effectively integrates informationfrom sources into writing to maintain flow of ideas & to avoid plagiarism Got It (3 points) Writing completely or partially plagiarized No evidence of structure or organization to writing. Logical structure for writing but organization of ideas not fully developed. Shows a logical sequence of ideas in well- developed paragraphs. Seamlessly integrates information so that ideas progress and advance the purpose of the research. W8c: Sourcing-- Follows a standard format for citation for both Works Cited page & in- text citation. Evaluates sources selected. Almost There (2 points) In-text citations and Works Cited page are absent. Limited or incorrect citations in-text and in Works Cited page and/or sources chosen are not credible. Some cited works are in correct MLA format in-text and in Works Cited page. Sources are credible. Most cited works are in correct MLA format in-text and in Works Cited page. Sources are credible. Minor inconsistencies. All cited works are from credible sources and are in correct MLA format in-text and in the Works Cited page. W2f & DoK Level 4 thinking: Draws conclusions from the research. Articulates implications or significance of the findings and/or incorporates authentic voice & purpose Shows evidence of higher level thinking Got It (3 points) Absence of high level thinking Student articulates illogical implications of the research and/or presents voice & purpose that is unclear Student attempts to show higher level thinking by articulating implications or significance of research and/or using authentic voice & purpose Student shows evidence of higher level thinking by articulating implications or significance of research and/or using authentic voice & purpose Student shows thorough evidence of higher level thinking by articulating implications or significance of topic and/or using authentic voice & purpose Comments:
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  • Fall '19
  • White people, Kareena Ali

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