States a precise claim that remains constant throughout thetext, and whichis evaluated against at leastone counterclaim.States a precise and nuanced claimthat remains constant and is distinguished and weighted against other opposing claims, to create a distinct position on an issue.W4 and W1e Creates CohesionYour score: 4Produces writing in which there is little or no organizationProduces writing that is on the topic but where there is only a loose collection of information and claims with no overarching organiztion. Produces writing organized in paragraphs in which there is a simple statement of position, somerelevant information, and a brief conclusion Produces writing organized in which there is a clear claim, followed by the examination ofseveral claims,at least one counterclaim and a Produces writing organized in paragraphs in which there is a clear claim, followe by the balanced examination ofseveral claims and counterclaims,
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that summarizes some of the major claims. conclusion that summarizes allthe major claims that have been developed.and a conclusion that summarizes allthe major claims that have been developed andincludes closing insight or aciton steps. W1c and 1d Formal style, academic vocabulary, proper grammar/ conventionsYour score: 3Writes as might speak; the language isinformal, lacks enough of the conventions tomake positionsclear, uses vocabulary of daily conversationWrites in a style appropriate forwritten communication. May still frame argument largely from personal point of view. Employs basic conventions that overall meaning is clear, but major errors persist. Uses few terms or structures relevant to the academic discipline.Writes in a style appropriate to written communication, personal views dominate, employs a fuller range of English conventions but minor errorpatterns persist. Uses anumber of key terms or structures relevant to the discipline.Writes in a more formal style. Employs a fuller range of English conventions but there are occasional errors. Uses the key terms and simple structures of the discipline.Writes in a formal style. Employs a fuller range of English conventions. More sophisticated uses of structures of academic discipline.W8 c: Sourcing: UsesMLA or APA format for Works Cited page & in-text citation. In-text citations and Works Cited page are absent.Limited or incorrect citations in-text and in Works Cited page and/or sources Some cited works are in correct MLA/APA format in-text and in Works Cited page. Most cited works are in correct MLA/APA format in-text and in Works Cited page. All cited worksare from credible sources and are in correct MLA/APA format in-text
Evaluates sources selected.Your score: 1chosen are notcredible.Sources are credible.Sources are credible. Minorinconsistencies.and in the Works Cited page.Comments:There were no in-text citations... you have the ability to produce more analysis. Next time, provide more information that will make your comparisons stronger.
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