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Research Papers

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Rubric Code: CX92XAA
Criteria Specific rubric for high school students' research papers. Paper should relate to the main theme or topic related to your novel.
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Categories: Subjects: English  
Types: Writing  
Grade Levels: 9-12

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  Exceeding Expectations (A)
20 pts
Fully Meeting Expectations (B)
15 pts
Approaching Expectations (C)
10 pts
Beginning to Develop (C-)
5 pts
Paragraph arrangement
Exceeding Expectations (A)

Stated a topic sentence near the beginning that is one of the key arguments of the paper. Every paragraph has a transition.
Fully Meeting Expectations (B)

Stated a topic sentence near the beginning that is closely related to the key arguments of the paper. Basic use of transitions. (Missing from 1-3 paragraphs.)
Approaching Expectations (C)

Followed the format of making a statement, giving some information, but the ideas don't build your argument and transitions aren't used.
Beginning to Develop (C-)

Did not meet criteria
Introduction
Exceeding Expectations (A)

Contains a thesis. Caught reader's attention.
Fully Meeting Expectations (B)

Specific, precise and persuasive thesis statement, yet contains a general overview of issue. Caught reader's attention.
Approaching Expectations (C)

Weak yet persuasive thesis statement. Contains a general overview of issue. Caught reader's attention.
Beginning to Develop (C-)

Did not meet criteria
Conclusion
Exceeding Expectations (A)

Creatively restates the main arguments. Leaves reader with an urgency for action or a need to change.
Fully Meeting Expectations (B)

Rewords thesis.
Reader is contemplating the arguments.
Approaching Expectations (C)

Restates the exact same phrasing of the thesis. Reader has a weak sense of what needs to change.
Beginning to Develop (C-)

Did not meet criteria
Grammar
Exceeding Expectations (A)

Edited for spelling, sentence structure, usage, and mechanics.
Fully Meeting Expectations (B)

A few errors remain but the meaning is not affected.
Approaching Expectations (C)

The errors are interfering with the meaning.
Beginning to Develop (C-)

Did not edit for grammar
Word choice/Formal Language
Exceeding Expectations (A)

Used sophisticated language and vocabulary that would be used in a related profession. (Language of the discipline) Did not use overgeneralized language.
Fully Meeting Expectations (B)

Proficient use of sophisticated language and vocabulary that would be used in a related profession. (Language of the discipline) Contains some overgeneralized language.
Approaching Expectations (C)

Limited use of sophisticated language and vocabulary that would be used in a related profession. (Language of the discipline)
Beginning to Develop (C-)

Used all informal language.



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