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It should be Op-Ed paper
Introduction, Conclusion (Position and Persuasion), Topic Sentences, Title (20%)
1 X 20 = ______________
Body, Development, Organization (40%)
2 X 20 = ______________
Vocabulary, Mechanics (20%) (Punctuation, Spelling, Caps, Grammar, Typos)
1 X 20 = ______________
Effort, Improvement, Presentation (20%)
1 X 20 = ______________
Distinguished (or “WOW!”)
Creative and catchy introduction and conclusion; problem is strongly introduced; goal is fulfilled; the problem/situation is clearly introduced; possible solution is revealed; high level of insight is achieved. Conclusion proposes a viable and intelligent solution; the reader is moved to rethink or act. Compelling Title.
350-500 words. Gives reader dynamic impression and profound understanding of the problem/situation; aptly uses many examples (more than three) to persuade; creative transitions; uses similes and metaphors to enhance writing; explores deep qualities of the issue; weaves essential facts and elements into argument artfully. No repetition. Breaks the mold. Hs followed editorial checklist to a T. NY Times.
Professional. Sophisticated. High level, active words are selected deliberately. There is no more than one mechanical error in the entire argument. Sentence structure is varied. Reads like a professional editorial from the NY Times or Rolling Stone.
Evidence of substantial time; student is working at highest potential; details are thorough and factual. There are no errors in content. Student sought help in or out of class from teacher and students. Student chose a challenging topic. Revisions are obvious.
Proficient (or “Pretty Decent”) (16-18)
Solid introduction that uses “catchy” intro device; purpose/position is clearly delineated; solution is indicated; solid conclusion –point is clearly made. Clear topic sentences. Opinion provides insight about issue. Reader is convinced by a feasible solution at the end. Catchy title.
350-500 words. Gives reader vivid picture and deep understanding of the argument; strong and detailed examples (at least three) are provided to persuade; sophisticated transitions; uses similes and metaphors; explores the issue thoroughly; creative presentation of argument. Very little or no redundancies. Good job. Has mostly followed editorial checklist. Newsday or Daily News
Most vocabulary is sophisticated and used properly. Vocabulary is varied and correct. There are no more than 3 mechanical errors in the entire paper. Paper is vivid – with some revisions, it could be found in Newsday or Daily Newsor solid magazine.
Evidence of time. Student is working near highest potential; some improvement; polished presentation. Student sought help in or out of class. Revisions made.
Satisfactory (or “Fair”)
Basic needs of introduction and conclusion are met though argument may not be totally clear; topic sentences generally clear; intro and conclusion meet minimum length requirement. Reader may not be totally convinced by the argument the writer has made as the solution may not be possible or logical or very strongly presented. Basic Title.
350-500 words. Argument is made but in a predictable and/or awkward way; little or no examples (less than three supporting points), details and/or similes/metaphors; may contain awkward or lacking transitions; argument not very compelling. redundant points. Outline could have been thought through more thoroughly. OK job with revisions for NY Post. May not have followed editorial checklist.
Language is basic – solid in some areas, weak in others. Author may use simple words and take few risks. Vocabulary is somewhat dull and/or repetitive and/or used incorrectly. Essay is legible but may contain multiple errors. Needs more life!
Adequate amount of time is evident though more attention should probably have been given; similar errors in previous stories; little or no improvement; neat presentation. Some revisions made.
Unsatisfactory (or “Needs A Lot of Work”)
Intro and/or conclusion either too short, missing, or confusing. The situation and/or solution are not clear or are missing; topic sentences are missing or confusing. The reader has not been persuaded of anything from the argument. Conclusion does not offer any possible viable solutions. Inappropriate or missing title.
Doesn’t fulfill word requirement. Uses sweeping generalizations with no supporting examples; little or no detail or description; missing or confusing transitions; little or no attempt to use similes/metaphors; information is unfocused or confusing; paragraphs too long, too short, or indented. Redundant. We learn not much or nothing. Editorial outline and checklist ignored.
Misuses basic vocabulary. Ignores basic rules of mechanics (capitalization, sentence structure, spelling, etc.). Essay reads at a low-level. Difficult to read because of a number of distracting errors.
Repeated errors; class-time was not used productively; little or no time or care; no attention paid to basics; gross errors; sloppy; little or no revision evident. This paper is not up to par with high school writing.
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