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iRubric: Creating Ethos, Pathos, and Logos Appeals rubric

iRubric: Creating Ethos, Pathos, and Logos Appeals rubric

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Creating Ethos, Pathos, and Logos Appeals built by benbobbins

Rubric Code: F8B7AA
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Keywords: ethos pathos logos worksheet
Categories: Subjects: English  
Types: Handout  
Grade Levels: 9-12

Powered by iRubric Creating Persuasive Appeals
  Poor / Non-Existent
0 pts
Fair
2 pts
Good
6 pts
Excellent
10 pts
Number of Appeals Written
Poor / Non-Existent

Student writes no appeals for any prompt using complete sentences.
Fair

Student fails to write four or more appeals using complete sentences.
Good

Student fails to write one to three appeals using complete sentences.
Excellent

Student writes three different appeals for each prompt using complete sentences.
Strength of Appeals
Poor / Non-Existent

Student fails to write complete sentences or has no reasoning.
Fair

Student fails to create clear sentences or valid reasoning.
Good

Student's appeals are worded appropriately and/or uses weaker reasoning.
Excellent

Student's appeals are clearly worded use valid reasoning.
Accuracy of Appeals
Poor / Non-Existent

Student fails to accurately reflect the persuasive techniques in any appeals.
Fair

Student fails to accurately reflect the persuasive techniques in six or more appeals.
Good

Student fails to accurately reflect the persuasive technique in three to five appeals.
Excellent

Student's appeals accurately reflect the persuasive technique called for.



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