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iRubric: close reading rubric

iRubric: close reading rubric

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close reading

  Derived from rubric: close reading
built by sardel

Rubric Code: E465WC
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Categories: Subjects: English  
Types: Writing  
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Powered by iRubric Close Reading
  Poor
5 pts
Fair
10 pts
Good
15 pts
Excellent
20 pts
Introduction
Poor

No opening statement
Missing a plot summary, or elements for discussion are not sufficiently introduced
No clear thesis
Fair

Missing any of the following: opening statement, introduction of book or author, plot summary, introduction of elements to be discussed.
Contains an adequate thesis
Good

Has an opening statement,
Contains essential elements
Contains thesis
Excellent

Interesting opening statement
essential elements presented in a skillful manner.
Thesis is clear and arguable.
Examples/Evidence
Poor

Thesis is unsupported
Fair

Each paragraph contains a topic sentence, but the topic is not sufficiently supported
Good

Each paragraph is supported with textual evidence and examples
Excellent

Each paragraph is supported with textual evidence and examples as well as your analysis of the text.
Development/Coherence
Poor

Ideas are not presented in a clear way.
Fair

Some ideas are supported, others are insufficiently supported
Good

Most ideas are well supported and coherently presented
Excellent

Ideas are carefully presented and supported; the reader is not left with questions
Conclusion
Poor

No conclusion
Fair

Conclusion is missing either a thesis restatement or summary of ideas, or it introduces a new point not discussed in essay
Good

Restates thesis and summarizes ideas
Excellent

restates thesis in a way that adds to the understanding of the topic
Summarizes and brings a feeling of closure to the essay.
Grammar, usage, mechanics
Poor

So many errors that meaning is lost
Fair

many errors, but meaning is understandable
Good

some errors, but they do not interfere with the meaning
Excellent

few or no errors



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