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Describe the Conversation (DTC) 
Demonstrating strategies from "They Say, I Say," the paper uses ongoing research to provide an overview of an academic conversation in order to understand and engage rhetorically. The paper should provide the reader with a thorough, research-based understanding of the ongoing dialogue.
Rubric Code: E2X8659
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Subject: English  
Type: Writing  
Grade Levels: Undergraduate


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  Exceeds

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Meets

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Nearly Meets

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Content

Exceeds

The essay thoroughly describes at least 5 sources and their engagement in an ongoing conversation. The writing is organized to provide the reader with an understanding of the complexities of the issue. Thesis statement is concise and unambiguous.
Meets

The essay describes several sources and attempts to describe an ongoing conversation. The writing is somewhat organized but may not fully provide the reader with an understanding of the complexities of the issue. Thesis statement is clear, though it may need revision.
Nearly Meets

The essay describes several sources but may not fully explore their engagement in an ongoing conversation. The writing is loosely organized and struggles to provide the reader with an understanding of the complexities of the issue. Thesis statement is unclear or not fully developed.
Textual Evidence

Exceeds

Includes textual references that relate to the thesis. Evidence is specific and carefully presented. All source material quoted or paraphrased effectively.
Meets

Includes textual references, but they are not thoroughly explained or examined. Evidence is not specific or off topic. Presentation of evidence may be underdeveloped.
Nearly Meets

Evidence is not specific. Writer does not include effective evidence. Evidence is simple and not fully explored.
Conventions

Exceeds

Few if any errors in the use of academic writing conventions, including grammar, punctuation, vocabulary, and tone. Editing and proofreading clearly evident.
Meets

Several errors in the use of academic writing conventions, including grammar, punctuation, vocabulary, and tone, that generally do not impede readability. Editing and proofreading inconsistent.
Nearly Meets

Multiple errors in the use of academic conventions, including grammar, punctuation, vocabulary, and tone, that impede readability. Little evidence of editing or proofreading.
Format (MLA or APA)

Exceeds

The essay has a recognizable organization that enhances readability and understanding. The essay conforms to all of the elements of APA or MLA formatting and style requirements.
Meets

The essay has some organization that generally facilitates readability and understanding. The essay conforms to nearly all of the elements of APA or MLA formatting and style requirements.
Nearly Meets

The essay has a little or no organization and readability and understanding are impeded. The essay conforms to some of the elements of APA or MLA formatting and style requirements but requires revision to be compliant.



Keywords:
  • Critical, Analysis, Textual Evidence, Argument, Rhetoric


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