Exam Grade Rubric A Level Grade The essay had a clear thesis in the first

Exam grade rubric a level grade the essay had a clear

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Exam Grade Rubric A Level Grade The essay had a clear thesis in the first paragraph that organized the answer into 3 distinct body paragraphs of 7 to 8 sentences each, sandwiched between an introduction and conclusion. The answer used evidence to prove the thesis and had plenty of analysis to explain and contextualize the evidence. The answer demonstrated use of the all of the available course materials and answered the question at hand completely. It was free of spelling and grammatical errors. B Level Grade The essay had a thesis in the first paragraph that organized the answer into 3 distinct body paragraphs of 5 to 6 or 9 to 10 sentences each, sandwiched between an introduction and conclusion. The answer used evidence to prove the thesis and had some analysis to explain and contextualize the evidence. The answer demonstrated use of most of the available course materials and answered a substantial portion of the question. It had a few spelling and grammatical errors. C Level Grade The essay had a muddled thesis in the first paragraph that organized the answer into 2 to 3 distinct body paragraphs of 3 to 4 or 11 to 12 sentences each, sandwiched between an introduction and conclusion. The answer used a little evidence to prove the thesis and had a bit of analysis to explain and contextualize the evidence. The answer demonstrated use of some of the available course materials and answered a portion of the question. It had spelling and grammatical errors. D Level Grade The essay had an inherent thesis that was not stated in the first paragraph, but that organized the answer into 1 or 2 distinct body paragraphs of 1 to 2 or 13 to 14 sentences each, with an introduction or conclusion. The answer used no evidence to prove the thesis, but may have shown some analysis of the question. The answer demonstrated use of a little of the available course materials and answered a small portion of the
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History 114-01 Course Packet and Syllabus, p. 20 question. It had major spelling and grammatical errors. F Level Grade The essay had no stated or inherent thesis that was stated in the first paragraph, which did not organize the answer into 1 or 2 distinct body paragraphs of 1 sentence or more than 15 sentences each, and likely did not use an introduction or conclusion. The answer used no evidence or analysis to prove the thesis. The answer demonstrated use of no use of the available course materials and did not answer the question, but it may have cited Internet sources. It had substantial spelling and grammatical errors. H, L, O, T, or Z Level Grade The essay had no stated or inherent thesis that was stated in the first paragraph, which did not organize the answer into 1 or 2 distinct body paragraphs of 1 sentence or more than 15 sentences each, with no introduction or conclusion. The answer was likely a stream of consciousness that could not be attributed to the question in any way, shape, or form. The answer used no evidence or analysis to answer the question. The answer
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