On factual observation of the work is carefully

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on factual observation of the work is carefully linked to an informed, insightful, and original interpretation of the meaning, purpose, and aesthetic and cultural impact of the work or works in question 85% Formal description based on factual observation of the work is linked to an informed interpretation of the meaning, purpose, and aesthetic and cultural impact of the work or works in question. 70% Failure to link formal description based on factual observation of the work to an informed interpretation of the meaning, purpose, and aesthetic and cultural impact of the work or works in question. Interpretation may be guesswork or uninformed opinion. 0 % Work is not interpreted, or the interpretation is unclear. Research on Historical Context 20.00% 100 % Details about the work are thoroughly researched and their significance is perceptively discussed and used to support the connections between the style of the work and the historical factors that led to that style. 85% Details about the work are researched and their significance is discussed and used to support the connections between the style of the work and the historical factors that led to that style. 70% Details about the work are inadequately researched; discussion of their significance is limited or inaccurate, and support for the connections between the style of the work and the historical factors that led to that style is insufficient or absent. 0 % Historical evidence for the work is not given or is unclear. Academic Integrity 10.00% 100 % Essay always legally and ethically attributes ideas, languages, and graphics to the original source in APA or MLA format with no errors. 85% Essay consistently attributes ideas, language and graphics to the original source in APA or MLA format with few errors. 70% Essay inconsistently attributes ideas, language, and graphics to original source, at times in a non- standard format. 0 % Essay consistently fails to attribute ideas, language, and graphics to original source or does so in a non- standard format, but
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Levels of Achievement Criteria Proficient Satisfactory Needs Work Unacceptable without intent to plagiarize. Spelling and Grammar/ MLA Format 10.00% 100 % Essay is free of grammatical, factual, and typographical errors. 85% Essay contains 1-2 grammatical, factual, and typographical errors that obscure the argument at times. 70% Essay contains 3-5 grammatical, factual, and typographical errors that consistently obscure the argument. 0 % Essay contains more than 5 grammatical, factual, and typographical errors Participation Responses 20.00% 100 % Two or more substantial replies (100+ Words) to peers’ work, referring to readings, sources, and/or personal experience, moving topic forward and deeper. 85% At least two replies or several brief but relevant responses given to peers’ work, referring to readings, sources, and/or personal experience.
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  • Spring '16
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