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Article Error You may need to use an article bef ore this word. Confused You have used either an imprecise word or an incorrect word. Missing "," Review the rules f or using punctuation marks.
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Missing "," Review the rules f or using punctuation marks. P/V You have used the passive voice in this sentence. You may want to revise it using the active voice. Article Error You may need to use an article bef ore this word. PAGE 2 Missing "," Review the rules f or using punctuation marks. Article Error You may need to remove this article. Article Error You may need to use an article bef ore this word. S/V This subject and verb may not agree. Proof read the sentence to make sure the subject agre with the verb. Word Error Did you type the instead of they , or have you lef t out a word?
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RUBRIC: ILLUSTRATION PARAGRAPH MAIN IDEA (20%) EXCELLENT (3) SATISFACTORY (2) WEAK (1) SUPPORT (15%) EXCELLENT (3) SATISFACTORY (2) WEAK (1) UNITY (15%) EXCELLENT (3) SATISFACTORY (2) WEAK (1) ORDER (10%) EXCELLENT (3) SATISFACTORY (2) WEAK (1) 2.20 / 3 2 / 3 The illustration paragraph’s topic sentence states a general idea that can be developed with examples. 2 / 3 The main idea is developed with one to f our well-chosen, well-written examples. 2 / 3 All sentences relate to the main idea. 3 / 3 The examples are arranged in a logical order.
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COHERENCE (10%) EXCELLENT (3) SATISFACTORY (2) WEAK (1) CONCLUSION (10%) EXCELLENT (3) SATISFACTORY (2) WEAK (1) MECHANICS (10%) EXCELLENT (3) SATISFACTORY (2) WEAK (1) PRE-WRITING (10%) EXCELLENT (3) SATISFACTORY (2) WEAK (1) 3 / 3 Sentences are linked with repetition, pronouns, synonyms, and transitional expressions that introduce illustrations. 2 / 3 The paragraph concludes with a sentence that provides a strong, satisf ying ending. 2 / 3 Spelling , Grammar and Punctuation: Sentences are f ree of errors 2 / 3 Generate ideas, plan, 1st draf t, peer editing, 2nd copy, double space, word count, title
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HEADING (0%) EXCELLENT (3) SATISFACTORY (2) WEAK (1) 2 / 3
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