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iRubric: Literary Analysis Essay rubric

iRubric: Literary Analysis Essay rubric

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Literary Analysis Essay

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Rubric Code: W64577
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Categories: Subjects: English  
Types: Writing  
Grade Levels: 9-12, Undergraduate

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  Exceeds Expectations for Course
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Meets Expectations for Course
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Fair/Adequate
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Below Expectations for Course
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Introduction/Thesis
Exceeds Expectations for Course

Intro engages the reader, introduces textual issues, and leads effectively to the thesis; thesis clearly stated in one sentence that contains a position and a rationale; thesis exhibits analytical thinking, engagement with the topic, and complexity, texts, authors referenced.
Meets Expectations for Course

Intro leads reader to the thesis; thesis is clearly stated and contains a position and a rationale, but one or the other may not be effective; exhibits some analytical thinking, texts, authors, and issues referenced.
Fair/Adequate

Intro leads the reader to the thesis; thesis is present but lacks clarity and analytical thinking; texts and authors may be named.
Below Expectations for Course

Intro fails to adequately tie into thesis; thesis is unclear and underdeveloped; texts, authors, and issues are not referenced.
Organization & Analysis
Exceeds Expectations for Course

Essay begins with clear intro and thesis, paragraphs begin with topic sentences, relate to the thesis, and contain appropriately organized quotes. Transitions are consistently used. Conclusion relates to thesis, but does not merely summarize; it leaves the reader with food for thought.
Meets Expectations for Course

Essay begins with intro and thesis, most supporting paragraphs relate to thesis, and sometimes offer textual support. Transitions are used but are sometimes abrupt. Conclusion sums up argument and relates to thesis.
Fair/Adequate

Essay begins with intro and thesis, supporting paragraphs list ideas presented in thesis. There are few quotes or quotes are incorrectly executed. Some transitions are used. Conclusion mostly connects to thesis.
Below Expectations for Course

Essay begins with intro, thesis is not clearly present. Paragraphs are not well developed; no quotes or textual references are included; conclusion does not connect to thesis.
MLA Format and Citations
Exceeds Expectations for Course

The student uses MLA format correctly and cites all quoted or paraphrased passages and sources correctly. In addition, student includes a Works Cited page that is formatted correctly.
Meets Expectations for Course

The student uses MLA format correctly most of the time; mostly cites all quoted or paraphrased passages and sources correctly. Works Cited page is, for the most part, formatted correctly.
Fair/Adequate

Some parts of MLA format are correct and some are not; quoted or paraphrased passages are cited but not cited correctly. Works Cited page is included but is formatted incorrectly.
Below Expectations for Course

Student does not use correct MLA format and/or does not cite quoted or paraphrased passages; there may be evidence of plagiarism. No Works Cited page is included.
Grammar, Mechanics, and Spelling
Exceeds Expectations for Course

There are few or no errors in mechanics, usage, grammar or spelling. The title of the work and evidence from the work are correctly capitalized and punctuated throughout.
Meets Expectations for Course

There are some errors in mechanics, usage, grammar, or spelling. Most conventions related to capitalizing and punctuating the title of the work and supplying evidence from the work are followed.
Fair/Adequate

There are several errors in mechanics, usage, grammar, or spelling that affect clarity. Only some of the conventions related to capitalizing and punctuating the title of the work and supplying evidence from the work are followed.
Below Expectations for Course

There are many serious errors in mechanics, usage, grammar, and spelling which affect the clarity of the essay severely . Few or none of the conventions related to capitalizing and punctuating the title of the work and supplying evidence from the work are followed.



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