Reading report structure and grading sheet

Reading report structure and grading sheet
Introduction (5 points):
– Introduces the chosen material (author, date, location, …) and appropriately
contextualizes it.
– Presents the question or thesis that the body of the report will address.
– Explains the reason for choosing such a reading angle.
– Explains the reason for choosing the material, if the material chosen is different from
the one assigned.
Summary paragraph (5 points):
– Offers a concise summary or general presentation of the material chosen.
– Mentions all the elements needed in order to understand the arguments later
developed in the body of the paper.
Analytical paragraphs (10 points):
– Offers a well-constructed, nuanced and personal analysis of the material.
– Relates the material to its socio-historical context and to larger themes or theoretical
frameworks.
– Avoids fact listing, summarizing and descriptive cataloguing of information.
Conclusion (3 points):
– Succinctly wraps up the main arguments of the paper. Potentially indicates direction
for further inquiry and research.
Formatting (2 points):
– Report has a title, mentions the date, name and student ID of the author
– Report is double spaced, paragraphs are clearly separated and margins are
appropriate.
– Font is readable and size 12.
Style and writing (5 points):
– Sentences are clear and easily understandable.
– Language is formal and tone remains academic
– Arguments flow logically
– A relevant reference is provided for all facts that are not self-evident or common
knowledge.
Grammar mistakes and spelling errors are not penalized as long as they do not hinder the
general understanding of the paper’s content

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