ENG201 s14 ePortfolio Rubric
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TraitExcellentSatisfactoryNeeds Significant ImprovementNot AcceptablePossible PointsPoints Earned
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25-2322-1918-1413-0
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FocusA single identifiable focus is maintained throughout each piece, giving the reader a clear picture of the writer's purpose.Writer loses focus within paragraphs; however, the main focus is still easily identifiable, and it does not detract from the overall focus of the paper.Focus is not always maintained, but mostly identifiable.The purpose of each piece of writing is unfocused and unclear.25
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DevelopmentThe argument or inquiry is supported by relevant examples, which are analyzed in appropriate depth and reflect critical thinking.Most of the argument or inquiry is support by revelant examples, which are typically analyzed in appropriate depth and reflect critical thinking.The support for the argument or inquiry is inconsistent. Somtimes, ideas are fully explored through examples, explanation, and analysis; sometimes, they are not.The argument or inquiry lacks support and analysis. 25
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OrganizationThe structure of the paper makes it easy for readers to follow the ideas of the author on both the global and local levels. Paragraphs are logically arranged with transitions that make connections between ideas. The ideas within each paragraph are also logically organizated, centered on a single concept, and offers connections from one idea to the next.The structure of the paper is mostly coherent and logical on a global level. There may be some discrepencies within paragraph where ideas do not logically lead from one to the next.In some places, the organization of the paper is not logical on the global and/or local level. Transitions are abrupt or non-exist in some places, and the reader has to make connections for her or himself between ideas.There is no apparent logic to the organization of ideas and paragraphs in the pieces of writing.20
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20-1817-1514-1110-0
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Clarity of ProseSentence structure, word choice, and mechanics are used to make clear statements that represent the author's ideas. Choices are also appropriate given the context of the writing and the audience for which it is intended.Sentence structure, word choice, and mechanics are mostly used to make clear statements that represent the author's ideas. Choices mostly reflect consideration for audience and context. Mistakes do not affect global clarity. Occasional misuses of words, inappropriate word choices, and/or improper application of grammatical concepts or mechanics sometimes makes author's meaning unclear, affecting reader comprehension.There are many issues with clarity, including improper uses of grammatical concepts that make comprehension difficult, an over abundance of typos that become distracting to the reader, and/or inappropriate word choices given the intended audience and context for the writing.20
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Following DirectionsAll criteria of the ePortfolio are met, including citation requirements, word minimums, and formatting.Criteria are not met in full, but are attempted. For example, citations are not completely correct, but are mostly, or the word count is shy by less than 5% of the complete word count.Criteria are attempted, but not met in more significant ways. For example, citations are done with several glaring errors, or the word minimum falls short by more than 10%, but less than 20% of the total.A significant portion of the criteria is not met.10
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