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Great Gatsby Literary Analysis 
Rubric Code: SX29C4X
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Subject: English  
Type: Writing  
Grade Levels: 6-8, 9-12, Undergraduate

Powered by iRubric GREAT EXPECTATIONS Essay
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  Beginner/Emerging

2 pts

Average

3 pts

Advanced

4 pts

Introductory Paragraph

This paragraph begins with a quote, then introduces the essay's purpose and includes a thorough thesis statement. Thesis statement should be ONE sentence the last sentence of the paragraph

Beginner/Emerging

Paragraph is not 8-10 sentences or is missing a hook, and explanation. Paragraph begins with the thesis
Average

Paragraph has somewhat of an explanation hook and thesis in proper placement. Paragraph has formal tone.
Advanced

This paragraph begins with a quote, then introduces the essay's purpose and includes a thorough thesis statement. Thesis statement should be ONE sentence the last sentence of the paragraph
First Body Paragraph

First main point. It must be effectively explained. The point must be exemplified through evidence from the novel. Thorough details must be given. The writer must be specific. 2 or more pieces of Textual evidence and a warrant must be included.

Beginner/Emerging

Claim is present but only one piece of evidence to support the claim. Warrant is only one sentence.
Paragraph is less than 8 sentences
Average

Claim is present with 2 pieces of textual evidence to support the claim. Warrant is only one sentence. Paragraph is 8 sentences.
Advanced

Claim is present with 2 pieces of textual evidence to support the claim. Warrant is only one sentence. Paragraph is 10 sentences.
Second Body Paragraph

2nd main point. It must be effectively explained. The point must be exemplified through evidence from the novel. Thorough details must be given. The writer must be specific. 2 or more pieces of Textual evidence and a warrant must

Beginner/Emerging

Claim is present but only one piece of evidence to support the claim. Warrant is only one sentence.
Paragraph is less than 8 sentences
Average

Claim is present with 2 pieces of textual evidence to support the claim. Warrant is only one sentence. Paragraph is 8 sentences.
Advanced

Claim is present with 2 pieces of textual evidence to support the claim. Warrant is only one sentence. Paragraph is 10 sentences.
Outside Source

Outside source is explained, quote supports the thesis of the paper.

Beginner/Emerging
Average
Advanced
Conclusion

The last paragraph should be a thorough summary of the points made within the essay. The points should once again be tied back to the essay purpose.

Beginner/Emerging
Average
Advanced
Tansition Sentences

Second body paragraph begins with a transition sentence as does the 3rd body paragraph.

Beginner/Emerging
Average
Advanced
Formal Tone

Just one piece of informal tone you get emerging

Beginner/Emerging

I, me, you, in my opinion, are used.
contractions are present. Slang words or jargon are used.
Average
Advanced
MLA Format

Essay is highly accurate in use of conventions, especially in subject/verb agreement, sentence structure, paragraph transition sentences, spelling mechanics, etc.) Five paragraph essay format is followed precisely and MLA format is smoothly utilized in all areas.

Beginner/Emerging
Average
Advanced



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