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Timed Writing Basic Rurbic 
This rubric was created from the 2016 AP English Literature and Composition Scoring Guide: https://secure-media.collegeboard.org/digitalServices/pdf/ap/ap16_english_literature_sg.pdf
Rubric Code: UX66B92
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Subject: Humanities  
Type: Writing  
Grade Levels: 9-12


Powered by iRubric From the AP Lit Scoring Guide
  Little Success (0-2)

60 pts

Inadequate (3-4)

70 pts

Adequate (5-6)

85 pts

Effective (7-8)

95 pts

Thesis

Little Success (0-2)

Unacceptably brief. or incoherent. Little clarity, organization, or supporting evidence. Fail to offer adequate analysis. Oversimplified understanding of the prompt. Incomplete thesis (does not answer all parts of the prompt).
Inadequate (3-4)

Fail to offer adequate analysis. Oversimplified understanding of the prompt. Incomplete thesis (does not answer all parts of the prompt).
Adequate (5-6)

Reasonable analysis, but less thorough and less perceptive than Effective essays. Simplistic understanding of the text.
Effective (7-8)

Well-focused and persuasive analysis.
Topic Sentences

Little Success (0-2)

Little to no organization. Specific arguments are hard to find. Mostly plot summary.
Inadequate (3-4)

Specific arguments are hard to find. Mostly plot summary.
Adequate (5-6)

Shows insight and understanding
Effective (7-8)

Shows specific insight and understanding.
Evidence

Little Success (0-2)

Relies mostly on plot summary. Unfocused, repetitive presentation of ideas, an absence of textual support. Off-topic, inadequate, or completely irrelevant examples used.
Inadequate (3-4)

Relies mostly on plot summary. Unfocused, repetitive presentation of ideas, an absence of textual support.
Adequate (5-6)

Less specific supporting detail; relies on plot summary.
Effective (7-8)

Apt and specific textual support
Analysis

Little Success (0-2)

Little coherent discussion of the text. Analysis is partial, unsupported by evidence, or irrelevant. Significant misreading.
Inadequate (3-4)

Analysis is partial, unsupported by evidence, or irrelevant. Significant misreading.
Adequate (5-6)

Shows some insight and understanding; less perceptive/specific than Effective essays. Plausible reading, but superficial or thinly developed.
Effective (7-8)

Makes a strong case for their interpretation and discusses the literary work with significant insight and understanding; more sophisticated analysis.
Style and Format

Little Success (0-2)

Errors in control of language are distracting; Student did not write in pen, AND/OR underlined titled in the hand-written copy and italicized in the typed copy.
Inadequate (3-4)

Lack control of language; Student did not write in pen, AND/OR underlined titled in the hand-written copy and italicized in the typed copy.
Adequate (5-6)

Adequate control of language; Student wrote in pen, underlined titled in the hand-written copy and italicized in the typed copy.
Effective (7-8)

Effective control of language; Student wrote in pen, underlined titled in the hand-written copy and italicized in the typed copy.




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