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Lord of the Flies Literary Analysis 
Rubric Code: ZX59CC2
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Subject: English  
Type: Writing  
Grade Levels: 9-12, Undergraduate

Powered by iRubric L.O.F Lit. Analysis Rubric
  Beginner/Emerging

2 pts

Partially Meets

3 pts

Meets

4 pts

Introductory Paragraph

Begins with a hook ( a quote from the text) Contains a brief plot summary. Mentions the title and the author, ends with a thesis sentence.

Beginner/Emerging

Two or more criteria are missing. Thesis is misplaced or missing. Paragraph is less than 8 sentences
Partially Meets

One criteria is missing or paragraph is out of order or under developed. Thesis statement is present but misplaced or incomplete.
Meets

Begins with a hook ( a quote from the text) Contains a brief plot summary. Mentions the title and the author, ends with a thesis sentence.
Claim Evidence Warrant 1

Identifies and explains one symbol and its symbolic meaning. Support with a quote from the text. (page #) Warrant explains how the symbol develops the theme. paragraph is 8-10 sentences.

Beginner/Emerging

Identifies one symbol but does not explain it's meaning. Textual evidence is missing. Warrant is one sentence simply repeats the claim.
Partially Meets

Identifies one symbol but does not explain its meaning, or warrant is underdeveloped. Paragraph is not 8-10 sentences. Page numbers are not included.
Meets

Identifies and explain one symbol and its meaning. Supports with a quote from the text. (page #) Warrant explains how the symbol develops the theme. Warrant is 3-4 sentence
Claim Evidence Warrant

Identifies and explains one symbol and its symbolic meaning. Support with a quote from the text. (page #) Warrant explains how the symbol develops the theme. paragraph is 8-10 sentences.

Beginner/Emerging

Identifies one symbol but does not explain it's meaning. Textual evidence is missing. Warrant is one sentence simply repeats the claim.
Partially Meets

Identifies one symbol but does not explain its meaning, or warrant is underdeveloped. Paragraph is not 8-10 sentences. Page numbers are not included.
Meets

Identifies and explain one symbol and its meaning. Supports with a quote from the text. (page #) Warrant explains how the symbol develops the theme. Warrant is 3-4 sentence
Claim Evidence Warrant

Identifies and explains one symbol and its symbolic meaning. Support with a quote from the text. (page #) Warrant explains how the symbol develops the theme. paragraph is 8-10 sentences.

Beginner/Emerging

Identifies one symbol but does not explain it's meaning. Textual evidence is missing. Warrant is one sentence simply repeats the claim.
Partially Meets

Identifies one symbol but does not explain its meaning, or warrant is underdeveloped. Paragraph is not 8-10 sentences. Page numbers are not included
Meets

Identifies and explain one symbol and its meaning. Supports with a quote from the text. (page #) Warrant explains how the symbol develops the theme. Warrant is 3-4 sentence
Conclusion

The last paragraph should be a thorough summary of the main points made within the essay. Include a 1-2 sentence explanation of what Golding is saying about human nature from the combination of your 3 symbols and the theme. Must be 8-10 sentences

Beginner/Emerging

One or more criteria is completely missing. Summary is not thorough and doesn't address main points.
Partially Meets

Summary is included but is either too repetitive or doesn't cover all 3 of the main points. Connection to human nature is not clearly made. Paragraph is less than 8 sentences
Meets

Thorough summary with all 3 (minimum) main points included. Connection to Golding/human nature is made. Paragraph length/content is sufficient.
Transition Sentences

Your sentences should connect smoothly. Moving from one paragraph to the next should be logical and connect in some way to the previous paragraph.

Beginner/Emerging

No transitions sentence
Partially Meets

One transition is missing or misplaced.
Meets

Sentences connect and transitions between paragraphs are logical and clear.
Conventions/MLA Format 3pts

MLA heading and page numbers are included. Essay is double spaced and 12 point font

Beginner/Emerging

Not MLA formatted
Partially Meets

Two or more criteria are missing. (i.e not double spaced or 12 point font)
Meets

MLA heading and page numbers are included. Essay is double spaced 12 point fornt
Formal Tone/ Grammar

Beginner/Emerging

Consistent errors in sentence structure, punctuation, mechanics, and/or p.o.v (I, me, or you)
Partially Meets

Minimal to moderate errors in sentence structure, punctuation, mechanics, and/or p.o.v
Meets

No use of I, me, or you. No capitalization errors, and sentences are complete without fragments and run-ons.



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