Rogerian Argument Essay 5 Scoring Guide

Rogerian Argument Essay 5 Scoring Guide

Objectives Points Available Observations
Each essay in Comp II has the same objectives; however, the relative importance of each objective and the subcategories will be slightly different with each essay assignment.
 
 
This column shows the number of points for each objective and the relative weight of each category to the total of 200 points. For each objective, you will receive a number of points based on the following scale:
A (90-100%): meets and exceeds all areas of objective; excellent
B (80-89%): meets all areas of objective; above average
C (70-79%): meets some areas of objective; average
D (60-69%): does not meet most areas of objective; below average
F (0-59%):      little to no attempt to meet objective; poor
•          Apply an appropriate writing process for each major writing assignment.
•          Completion of invention technique(s)
•          Completion of source evaluation
•          Evidence of planning and organizational process
•         Completion of a draft and evidence of a revision process
13.5 -15: A
12-13: B
10.5-11: C
9-10: D
1-8: F
 
/15
 
•          Examine the rhetorical situation as it applies to types of argumentative writing.
•          Paper submitted is appropriate for subject, purpose, and audience of the assignment
•         Writer uses rhetorical appeals (ethos, logos, and pathos)
13.5 -15: A
12-13: B
10.5-11: C
9-10: D
1-8: F
 
 
/15
 
•          Present information/content in a unified and coherent manner.
•          Introduction contains a thesis/claim
•          Body paragraphs support the thesis/claim and evaluate information
•          The conclusion reinforces the thesis/claim
•         Essay follows a pattern of organization appropriate to a Rogerian Essay
27-30: A
24-26: B
21-23: C
18-20: D
0-17: F
 
 
 
 
/30
 
•          Synthesize credible evidence from a variety of texts.
•          Integrate at least four credible sources
•          Introduce and connect sources to the student’s claims, sub-claims, and evidence
 
 
 
 
27-30: A
24-26: B
21-23: C
18-20: D
0-17: F
 
/30
 
•          Demonstrate the ability to think critically—to analyze, critique, and draw reasoned conclusions.
•          Define the problem
•          Acknowledge the positions of the opposing sides
•          Present areas of common ground and/or shared values
•          Propose solution(s) and address the implication(s).
 
67.5-75: A
60-67: B
52.5-59: C
45-52: D
1-44: F
 
 
 
 
 
/75
 
•          Utilize MLA style in citations and format.
 
•          Provide in-text citations in the body of the essay
•          Include a Works Cited page
•         Produce essay in MLA format
13.5 -15: A
12-13: B
10.5-11: C
9-10: D
1-8: F
 
 
/15
 
•          Communicate using academic language and conventions of Standard American English.
•          Spelling, punctuation, grammar, and/or usage do not obscure the writer’s meaning or distract the reader
•         Word choice or diction establishes authority and a professional tone
18-20: A
16-17: B
14-15: C
12-13: D
1-11: F
 
 
/20
 
Comments: Total Points:
 
 
 
/200
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

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