Written Analysis Grading Rubric CRITERIA Outstanding Above Average Satisfactory Below Average Insufficient No Effort

Written Analysis Grading Rubric CRITERIA Outstanding Above Average Satisfactory Below Average Insufficient No Effort

Throughout 100% of the work, • evidence is organized

and synthesized to reveal insightful patterns, differences, or similarities related to focus

Throughout 90% of the work, • evidence is organized

and synthesized to reveal insightful patterns, differences, or similarities related to focus

Throughout 80% of the work, • evidence is organized

and synthesized to reveal insightful patterns, differences, or similarities related to focus

Throughout 70% of the work, • evidence is organized

and synthesized to reveal insightful patterns, differences, or similarities related to focus

Throughout 60% of the work, • evidence is organized

and synthesized to reveal insightful patterns, differences, or similarities related to focus

Less than 60% of the work meets criteria.

2. Support

35%

Throughout 100% of the work, • in each paragraph

compellingly explain the main idea

• claims are supported with detailed and persuasive examples

Throughout 90% of the work, • sentences in each

paragraph compellingly explain the main idea

• claims are supported with detailed and persuasive examples

Throughout 80% of the work, • sentences in each

paragraph compellingly explain the main idea

• claims are supported with detailed and persuasive examples

Throughout 70% of the work, • sentences in each

paragraph compellingly explain the main idea

• claims are supported with detailed and persuasive examples

Throughout 60% of the work, • sentences in each

paragraph compellingly explain the main idea

• claims are supported with detailed and persuasive examples

Less than 60% of the work meets criteria.

3. Conclusions

20%

States a conclusion that is a logical extrapolation from the inquiry findings

States a conclusion that is an extrapolation from the inquiry findings but needs to strengthen the logical connections

States a conclusion focused solely on the inquiry findings. The conclusion arises specifically from and responds specifically to the inquiry findings

States a general conclusion that, because it is so general, also applies beyond the scope of the inquiry findings

States an ambiguous, illogical, or unsupportable conclusion from inquiry findings

Less than 60% of the work meets criteria.

4. Grammar,

Mechanics, and Style

10%

Throughout 100% of the work, the text • is free of major errors in

grammar, spelling, punctuation, and citation (where applicable)

• is clear and concise • is effectively fitted to

format and purpose • uses language

appropriate for intended audience

• demonstrates strong word choice and sentence variety

Throughout 90% of the work, the text • is free of major errors in

grammar, spelling, punctuation, and citation (where applicable)

• is clear and concise • is effectively fitted to

format and purpose • uses language

appropriate for intended audience

• demonstrates strong word choice and sentence variety

Throughout 80% of the work, the text • is free of major errors in

grammar, spelling, punctuation, and citation (where applicable)

• is clear and concise • is effectively fitted to

format and purpose • uses language

appropriate for intended audience

• demonstrates strong word choice and sentence variety

Throughout 70% of the work, the text • is free of major errors in

grammar, spelling, punctuation, and citation (where applicable)

• is clear and concise • is effectively fitted to

format and purpose • uses language

appropriate for intended audience

• demonstrates strong word choice and sentence variety

Throughout 60% of the work, the text • is free of major errors in

grammar, spelling, punctuation, and citation (where applicable)

• is clear and concise • is effectively fitted to

format and purpose • uses language

appropriate for intended audience

• demonstrates strong word choice and sentence variety

Less than 60% of the work meets criteria.


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