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Art Criticism: Response to the Great War 
Analyze the response of the artistic community in Europe following WWI and their specific criticisms in the aftermath of the Great War.
Rubric Code: RX6C4W3
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Subject: English  
Type: Writing  
Grade Levels: 9-12


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  Little Success

50 pts

Inadequate

70 pts

Adequate

85 pts

Effective

95 pts

Thesis

Example:

Little Success

"There were conditions in the Weimar Republic that led to movements of art."
Inadequate

"While many pieces of art were created in the world post WWI, in the Weimar Republic they focused on caricatures and political comics. This is due to the political and economic failure of the Weimar Republic."
Adequate

"Following WWI, the Weimar Republic was in an economic depression, politically conflicted, and had no way to pay off its debts to other countries. The art of the time reflects the peoples' dissatisfaction with the current government."
Effective

"The conditions of the Weimar Republic following WWI were political fragmentation, economic depression, and a cultural movement that criticizes the German Government; these conditions are present in the movements of art through darker color palettes and a distortion of the image of authority figures."
Topic Sentences

Example:

Little Success

POL: "The Treaty of Versailles limits to 100,000 men per army."

ECON: "The economic condition of hyperinflation caused people to have too much money and things became less valuable."
Inadequate

POL: "The Weimar Republic's political conditions were unstable and proved to be problematic for entirety of Germany."

ECON: "Hyperinflation in Germany caused the people to become increasingly frustrated with the lack of both government control of the inflation and the unwillingness shown by the leaders."
Adequate

POL: "Recovering from the horrors of a world war and left to deal with its aftermath, the Weimar Republic was split by opposing ideas on how to run Germany."

ECON:"The economic conditions of mass unemployment, war reparations, debt, and hyperinflation lead to intense distrust of capitalists as well as resentment toward money which fueled the desire for a change in government."
Effective

POL: "Because of the constraints of the Treaty of Versailles put on Germany, the country became increasingly politically insecure and restless."

ECON: "The debts and financial obligations imposed by the Treaty of Versailles and the hyperinflation of Weimar currency resulted in poverty and underemployment, leading the people of the Weimar Republic following World War I to feel a sense of hopelessness and resentment towards the government."
Evidence

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Little Success

Does not use all three forms of introducing evidence: summary, paraphrase, and direct textual support. Fails to to incorporate at least 10 primary sources (including AQWF) and three secondary sources.
Inadequate

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Adequate

Uses summary, paraphrase, and direct textual support to incorporate at least 10 primary sources (including AQWF) and three secondary sources.
Effective

Uses summary, paraphrase, and direct textual support to incorporate at least 10 primary sources (including AQWF) and three secondary sources. Goes beyond the basic expectations to synthesize sources that support the specific idea presented in the thesis statement.
Analysis

Example:

Little Success

Explanations are not analysis, but rather re-phrasing of the document; explanations are misinterpretations of the sources
Inadequate

Explanations used are unconvincing, simplistic, or vague; analysis shows a superficial understanding of the concepts introduced by the sources. Explanations used may be uneven, inconsistent, or limited; analysis relates vaguely to the assertions and thesis statement
Adequate

Specifically discusses the significance of each piece of evidence in relation to the thesis and the prompt; analysis is appropriate and sufficient
Effective

Specifically discusses and blends the significance of each piece of evidence in relation to the thesis and the prompt; analysis is sophisticated and convincing manner.
MLA format

https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/747/01/

http://www.easybib.com/

Little Success

10 errors or more
Inadequate

5-9 errors
Adequate

2-4 errors
Effective

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