2022英文论文Final Draft essay Grade Report留学生指导essay需求
100 F2F Final Draft essay Grade Report.[name and title of essay].1) Length [5 points possible]:[ ] 5 points: minimum 500 words, on-topic and relevant . 2) Introduction and Conclusion; minimal grammar errors [5 points possible][ ] 5 points: Essay contains all necessary components: Introduction, paragraphs with topic sentences; one topic or theme per paragraph; each paragraph separated by a single blank line, conclusion. No significant grammar or spelling errors. [ ] points: Please proofread carefully for clarity of expression and meaning .3) Thesis statement: [5 points possible][ ] 5 points: Essay contains all necessary components: introductory paragraphs, topic sentences for each paragraph; one topic or theme per paragraph; each paragraph separated by a single blank line, conclusion. Insignificant number of grammar or spelling errors. [ ] points: Please proofread carefully for clarity of expression and meaning . 4) Revisions (new information: [15 points possible][ ] 15 points: Essay incorporates a minimum of four new, substantial, pieces of information from the week’s in-class lecture. All required information regarding these improvements as stipulated in the syllabus is present and in the correct format – including correct citation format!http://www.ukassignment.org/ [ ] points: See comments.6) Critical Thinking [10 points possible] [ ] 10 points: Essay adds insight; stays focused, makes a logical argument that comprehensively answers the assigned Essential Question. [ ] points: See comments.Total points: [ ] out of 40
COMMENT KEY A: Awkward phrasing; strive for clarity of expression.
CIT: Incorrect citation format or absent altogether.
CON: Content error. Recheck your evidence / data in the source material.
DNS: This cite does not support the argument you are making.
DQ: Direct quotes need to be designated as such with quotation marks enclosing the exact words taken from the source.
IP: Introductory phrase needed for citations. Such as “According to Dr. Mooney,”
M: Meaning unclear; strive for clarity of expression.
OB: Overbroad assertion. Statement cannot be supported by the evidence presented.
P: New paragraph needed.PTS: Paragraph is lacking a topic sentence or topic sentence is of insufficient clarity.
QOC: Quote taken out of context; you are using this quote in a way that distorts its original intended meaning.
QTL: This is quote is too long. Use only the most relevant section of the quote as it is difficult to integrate long quotes smoothly into the flow of an essay. You can paraphrase the rest of the quote in your own words.
R: Relevance? How is this information relevant to the Essential Question? If you include this quote you need to explain to the reader exactly how it helps to answer the Essential Question.#p#分页标题#e#
SBP: Space between paragraphs needed
SIG: Why is this particular quote significant? In other words, it needs to be clear in your essay why this quotation was important enough to include in your essay and how it helps you to answer the Essential Question.
T: Tense confusion. For History essays, stay in the past tense.
TR: Transition between paragraphs needed.
TS: Thesis statement either absent or of insufficient clarity. You need to clearly and directly answer the Essential Question at the conclusion of your introductory paragraph.
V: Vague / overbroad. Supporting evidence, examples needed to justify this assertion.
WC: Word choiceTEXT: