1.) Well-Developed Introduction with a Thesis Statement (introduction that offers sufficient context or background regarding a specific art trend or social behavior pattern; thesis statement that makes a specific claim regarding how that art trend or social behavior pattern affects one to three types of literacy in society) (10 Points):
2.) Body Paragraphs / Organization (Each topic sentence clearly connects to the thesis statement and offers an identifiable, well-phrased idea to be proven in the paragraph; concrete details are well-chosen and incorporated; paragraphs are well-organized; transitions between ideas are logical; there are no unnecessarily repeated words, phrases, sentences, and/or ideas that interrupt the flow of the essay and distract the reader; writer maintains focus and control of the argument so that the point of each paragraph is always clear. The body of the essay is longer than the introduction and conclusion combined.) (20 Points):
3.) Conclusion (that restates the thesis statement using different wording, reviews the main points of the argument, and ends with a forward-looking thought or observation) (10 Points):
4.) Argument (that makes a specific claim regarding how an art trend or social behavior pattern affects one to three types of literacy in society, and that also acknowledges and refutes an opposing viewpoint, avoids biased language, and follows a clear, objective, and well-substantiated line of reasoning) (20 Points):
5.) Evidence (at least 3 direct quotations from 3 different primary sources supporting the essay’s argument; 1 point is deducted from the final grade for each quotation percentage point that exceeds the 30% maximum and/or that represents uncited material) (12 Points):
6.) Rebuttal Paragraph (one paragraph acknowledging a possible opposing viewpoint and explaining why that perspective is weak or ultimately insufficient) (10 Points):
7.) Language Style/Third-Person Point of View/Voice [formal, objective language befitting a college-level paper; language avoids first-person point of view (unless the writer is using a personal experience to illustrate an idea or support an assertion), second-person perspective, contractions, and slang; voice does not carry a subjective or emotional tone] (3 Points):
8.) MLA Citations/Works Cited Page [each quotation correctly cited with quotation marks and a parenthetical citation with the author’s last name and page number(s), Works Cited page correctly formatted and containing entries that each include the author’s name, title of the source, and all pertinent publication information] (3 Points):
9.) Grammar and Mechanics (complete and grammatically correct sentences: no sentence fragments, fused sentences, comma splices, and confusing sentences; no missing words; and no errors in subject-verb agreement, pronoun-antecedent agreement, tense consistency, diction, singular and plural noun forms, possessive noun forms, punctuation, and spelling) (10 Points):
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