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ABCDF thesisclear and understandable; narrow and precise rather than broad and vague; the narrow focus is maintained throughout the essay clear and understandable but does not fully relate to essay’s topic and/or body paragraph arguments; not as specific and narrow as could be thesis is unclear and a bit hard to understand; thesis is too broad and vague thesis is entirely unclear and very hard to understand; thesis is overly broad, vague, and irrelevant Essay was not completed Essay does not fulfill assignment requi rements and/or parameters ideasoriginal and sophisticated; ideas are relevant to topic and argument; personal investment in your claims ideas at times lack originality or sophistication; ideas are sometimes tangential; basic investment in claims but at times mechanically says what think is expected generally unsophisticated and unoriginal; tendency to state the obvious rather than develop your own thought process and personal opinion completely unsophisticated, unoriginal, or irrelevant; utter lack of personal investment in claims analysisthorough and in-depth; each example is closely examined; considers details as well as more noticeable features generally thorough but at times only grazes surface; may develop one attribute but ignore how that attribute impacts something else generally superficial ; tends to present example in isolation as if it speaks for itself rather than arguing through analysis analysis is entirely superficial, undeveloped, or absent supportevidence is effectively linked to the argument being made; instead of putting things side by side to speak for themselves, the essay makes the linkage explicit; examples are pertinent to topic makes sure to provide evidence for all points but 1. the choice of evidence at times does not effectively support the argument or 2. a linkage between them is not made; linkages are made but at times may be stretching it too far a substantial number of points are not supported with evidence; no attempt to explain how/why the evidence proves a point ; examples are not entirely pertinent to the topic no supporting evidence is provided or, if provided, is completely irrelevant to the argument or point being made mechanics: grammar, spelling; MLA citation close, careful proofreading; few, if any, typos or spelling errors; a generally proficient command of grammar; correct MLA format casual proofreading; decent amount of typos, spelling errors, or improper grammar; some mistakes in MLA format little effort put into proofreading; substantial amount of typos, spelling errors, and improper grammar; mostly incorrect MLA format did not proofread the essay at all; large amount of typos, spelling errors, and improper grammar; completely incorrect MLA format organizationorder of sentences and paragraphs effectively conveys your argument, thoughts, and reasoning; themes are not fragmented organization is generally effective but at times is confusing or unsuccessfully conveys argument ; themes loosely organized at times sentence and paragraph order is generally ineffective; organization does not successfully aid the argument organization is completely ineffective; argument’s line of reasoning is impossible to follow; ideas are completely fragmented
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