African americans moving up north because this gave

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African Americans moving up north because this gave them the chance to really spread their culture through music and make a name for their race the same way whites have made one for themselves before the War actually took place. And lastly, the 20’s had been a time period of people speaking out against things that were negatively affecting society such as alcohol in America because it had been destroying homes and increasing the crime level. Rubric rating submitted on: 4/13/2018, 4:34:48 PM by [email protected] 0 1 2 3 4 RI 10 Read and comprehend nonfiction Your score: 3 Cannot comprehend grade level informational texts. Can only access texts through listening and discussion Comprehends the broad topic or issue but not the detailed information. Does not draw inferences or make connections across texts Comprehends the topic and some of the detailed information, draws simple inferences Does not make connections across texts Comprehends the key information, draws inferences (such as author’s position and purpose), makes simple connections across texts Comprehends the key information, thoroughly draws inferences (such as author’s position and purpose), makes sophisticated connections across texts RI 1 Cite and develop strong evidence Your score: 3 Relies only on personal opinion and experience to analyze a text. Provides no explanation/an alysis of how the evidence supports the claim. Relies on only general evidence to support the analysis of a text (e.g., topic, event, etc). Provides little or no explanation/an alysis of how the evidence supports the Refers to or cites some specific textual evidence to support the analysis of a text. Provides minimal explanation/an alysis of how the evidence supports the claim. Cites sufficient textual evidence, embedding it at relevant points in the analysis. Provides some explanation/an alysis of how the evidence supports the claim. Cites sufficient textual evidence, from throughout the text, embedding it at relevant points in the analysis. Provides detailed explanation/an alysis of how
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claim. the evidence supports the claim. W1a & 1b Introduce precise claims & distinguish from opposing claims Your score: 2 Makes no identifiable claim, may only write on the topic. Implies but does not state a claim. May ignore or dismiss counterclaims.
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