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iRubric: AP Spanish Lit Question #4- Text Comparison rubric

iRubric: AP Spanish Lit Question #4- Text Comparison rubric

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AP Spanish Literature Text Comparison
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Keywords: spanish literature text analysis
Categories: Subjects: Foreign Languages  
Types: Writing  
Grade Levels: 9-12

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  Demonstrates Superiority
5 pts
Demonstrates Competence
4 pts
Suggests Competence
3 pts
Suggests Lack of Competence
2 pts
Demonstrates Lack of Competence
1 pts
Literary Analysis
Demonstrates Superiority

Thoroughly analyzes a variety of rhetorical, stylistic, or structural features in both works.
Demonstrates Competence

Explains and/or makes distinctions between rhetorical, stylistic, or structural features in both works; description and narration are present but do not outweigh analysis.
Suggests Competence

Describes some rhetorical, stylistic, or structural features in both works and attempts to explain their relevance; however, description and narration outweigh
Suggests Lack of Competence

Identifies some rhetorical, stylistic, or structural features in one or both texts, but may not explain their relevance. Suggests a lack of understanding of the text.
Demonstrates Lack of Competence

Identifies some rhetorical, stylistic, or structural features in the text, but does not explain their relevance. Demonstrates a lack of understanding of the text.
Thematic Development
Demonstrates Superiority

Response clearly analyzes the theme.
Demonstrates Competence

Response analyzes the them in both works.
Suggests Competence

Response explains the theme in both works.
Suggests Lack of Competence

Response attempts to explain the theme in both works.
Demonstrates Lack of Competence

Demonstrates lack of understanding of the theme.
Thematic Comparison
Demonstrates Superiority

Compares the theme and the use of literary devices in both works.
Demonstrates Competence

Compares the theme and the literary devices in both works.
Suggests Competence

Attempts to compare the theme and literary devices in both works and/or the response has a significant unbalanced focus on one of the texts.
Suggests Lack of Competence

Response shows little ability to compare both works and/or treats only one text.
Demonstrates Lack of Competence

No attempt to compare both works.
Textual Examples
Demonstrates Superiority

Supports analysis by integrating specific, well-chosen textual examples throughout the response.
Demonstrates Competence

Supports analysis by citing and discussing appropriate textual examples.
Suggests Competence

Elaborates on main points and supports observations by citing examples; however, the examples may not always be clear and relevant.
Suggests Lack of Competence

Presents main points and some details, describes basic elements of the text, but may do so without citing examples or supporting an argument.
Demonstrates Lack of Competence

May consist entirely of summary or paraphrasing of the text without citing examples.
Organization
Demonstrates Superiority

Includes a statement of purpose (thesis), a coherent structure, and a cohesive and logical progression of ideas in a well-developed response.
Demonstrates Competence

Includes a statement of purpose (thesis), a coherent structure, and a logical progression of ideas.
Suggests Competence

Includes a statement of purpose (thesis), evidence of organization (a stated topic, an introduction, a conclusion), and a logical progression of ideas.
Suggests Lack of Competence

May not clearly state a purpose or be organized around a central idea or argument; progression of ideas may not be logical.
Demonstrates Lack of Competence

Does not state a purpose, show evidence of organization, or offer a progression of ideas.
Balance and Focus
Demonstrates Superiority

Response has a clearly balanced focus that includes thematic analysis of both texts and literary devices.
Demonstrates Competence

Response has a reasonably balanced focus that includes analysis of both texts and literary devices.
Suggests Competence

Response attempts to have a balanced focus that includes analysis of both texts and literary devices. Contains some errors of interpretation, but errors do not detract from the overall quality of the essay.
Suggests Lack of Competence

Response has a significantly unbalanced focus on either of the texts and/or literary devices. Contains errors of interpretation that occasionally detract from the overall quality of the essay.
Demonstrates Lack of Competence

Demonstrates lack of understanding and has a significantly unbalanced focus on either of the texts and/or literary devices. Contains frequent errors of interpretation that significantly detract from the overall quality of the essay.
Language Use- Vocabulary
Demonstrates Superiority

Vocabulary is varied and appropriate to the text(s) being discussed,
presents main ideas and supporting details, and communicates some
nuances of meaning.
Demonstrates Competence

Vocabulary is appropriate to the text(s) being discussed, and presents
main ideas and some supporting details.
Suggests Competence

Vocabulary is appropriate to the text(s) being discussed, but may be
limited to presenting some relevant ideas.
Suggests Lack of Competence

Vocabulary may be inappropriate to the text(s) being discussed, and
forces the reader to supply inferences.
Demonstrates Lack of Competence

Vocabulary is insufficient and inappropriate to the text(s) being
discussed; errors render comprehension difficult.
Language Use- Grammar
Demonstrates Superiority

Control of grammatical and syntactic structures is very good; use
of verb tenses and moods is generally accurate; word order and
formation are accurate; use of cohesive devices and transitional
elements or both is appropriate to guide understanding.
Demonstrates Competence

Control of grammatical and syntactic structures is good; occasional
errors in the use of verb tenses and moods do not detract from
understanding; word order and formation are mostly accurate.
Suggests Competence

Control of grammatical and syntactic structures is adequate; errors in
the use of verb tenses and moods may be frequent but do not detract
from overall understanding; word order and formation are generally
accurate.
Suggests Lack of Competence

Control of grammatical and syntactic structures is weak; errors in
verb forms, word order, and formation are numerous and serious
enough to impede comprehension at times.
Demonstrates Lack of Competence

Control of grammatical and syntactic structures is inadequate; errors
in verb forms, word order, and formation are nearly constant and
impede comprehension frequently.
Language Use- Writing Conventions
Demonstrates Superiority

Writing conventions (e.g., spelling, accent marks, punctuation,
paragraphing) are generally accurate; paragraphing shows grouping
and progression of ideas.
Demonstrates Competence

Writing conventions (e.g., spelling, accent marks, punctuation,
paragraphing) are generally accurate; occasional errors do not detract
from understanding; paragraphing shows grouping and progression
of ideas.
Suggests Competence

Writing conventions (e.g., spelling, accent marks, punctuation,
paragraphing) are sometimes accurate; numerous errors do not
detract from overall understanding; paragraphing shows grouping
of ideas.
Suggests Lack of Competence

Writing conventions (e.g., spelling, accent marks, punctuation,
paragraphing) are generally inaccurate; errors are numerous and
serious enough to impede comprehension at times; paragraphing may
not show grouping of ideas.
Demonstrates Lack of Competence

Writing conventions (e.g., spelling, accent marks, punctuation,
paragraphing) are inaccurate; errors are nearly constant and impede
comprehension frequently; there may be little or no evidence
of paragraphing.



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