Revision history for GradingRubricForENGL1151


Revision [575]

Last edited on 2012-08-01 12:27:59 by MorganAdmin
Additions:
Adapted from Penn State Dept of English
Deletions:
Adapted from Penn State English


Revision [574]

Edited on 2012-08-01 12:27:24 by MorganAdmin
Additions:
1. The A essay fulfills the assignment in a fresh, insightful, and mature manner, using purposeful language that leads to knowledge making. The essay effectively meets the needs of the rhetorical situation in terms of establishing the writer’s stance, attention to audience, purpose for writing, and sensitivity to context. The audience addressed is mature, responsive, and complex. When appropriate to the assignment, the writer demonstrates expertise in employing the appeals of ethos, logos, and pathos appropriately and effectively.
2. The topic itself is clearly defined, focused, and supported. The essay has a clear thesis - stated or implied - that is supported with specific (and appropriate) evidence, examples, and details. Any outside sources of information are used carefully and cited appropriately. The reasoning in the essay is valid and demonstrates good judgment and an awareness of the topic’s complexities.
Deletions:
1) The A essay fulfills the assignment in a fresh, insightful, and mature manner, using purposeful language that leads to knowledge making. The essay effectively meets the needs of the rhetorical situation in terms of establishing the writer’s stance, attention to audience, purpose for writing, and sensitivity to context. The audience addressed is mature, responsive, and complex. When appropriate to the assignment, the writer demonstrates expertise in employing the appeals of ethos, logos, and pathos appropriately and effectively.
1) The topic itself is clearly defined, focused, and supported. The essay has a clear thesis - stated or implied - that is supported with specific (and appropriate) evidence, examples, and details. Any outside sources of information are used carefully and cited appropriately. The reasoning in the essay is valid and demonstrates good judgment and an awareness of the topic’s complexities.


Revision [573]

Edited on 2012-08-01 12:26:40 by MorganAdmin
Additions:
1) The topic itself is clearly defined, focused, and supported. The essay has a clear thesis - stated or implied - that is supported with specific (and appropriate) evidence, examples, and details. Any outside sources of information are used carefully and cited appropriately. The reasoning in the essay is valid and demonstrates good judgment and an awareness of the topic’s complexities.
Deletions:
2. The topic itself is clearly defined, focused, and supported. The essay has a clear thesis - stated or implied - that is supported with specific (and appropriate) evidence, examples, and details. Any outside sources of information are used carefully and cited appropriately. The reasoning in the essay is valid and demonstrates good judgment and an awareness of the topic’s complexities.


Revision [572]

Edited on 2012-08-01 12:26:20 by MorganAdmin
Additions:
1) The A essay fulfills the assignment in a fresh, insightful, and mature manner, using purposeful language that leads to knowledge making. The essay effectively meets the needs of the rhetorical situation in terms of establishing the writer’s stance, attention to audience, purpose for writing, and sensitivity to context. The audience addressed is mature, responsive, and complex. When appropriate to the assignment, the writer demonstrates expertise in employing the appeals of ethos, logos, and pathos appropriately and effectively.
Deletions:
1. The A essay fulfills the assignment in a fresh, insightful, and mature manner, using purposeful language that leads to knowledge making. The essay effectively meets the needs of the rhetorical situation in terms of establishing the writer’s stance, attention to audience, purpose for writing, and sensitivity to context. The audience addressed is mature, responsive, and complex. When appropriate to the assignment, the writer demonstrates expertise in employing the appeals of ethos, logos, and pathos appropriately and effectively.


Revision [567]

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