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Summarize, Quote, & Respond (SQR) 
The SQR paper leverages the strategies from "They Say, I Say" to enter a university-level, academic conversation based on research.
Rubric Code: V2X7686
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Subject: English  
Type: Writing  
Grade Levels: Undergraduate


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Meets

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Nearly Meets

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Summary & Response

Exceeds

The essay provides a thorough summary that addresses all points made by the source. Responses are thoughtful and effectively guide the reader to conclusions about the source.
Meets

The essay provides a summary that is mostly complete. Responses address the points but may omit some details or be underdeveloped. Responses generally guide the reader to conclusions about the source.
Nearly Meets

The essay provides a summary that is missing key elements from the source. Responses may not address all points or are underdeveloped. Uneven guidance for the reader.
Evidence

Exceeds

The essay contains specific evidence from the source integrated seamlessly into the author's own text. Quotes are employed judiciously and provide emphasis to the author's analysis.
Meets

The essay contains evidence from the text, though it may be inconsistently included in the author's own text. Quotes may be overused or "orphaned" or not used effectively in support of the author's analysis.
Nearly Meets

The essay contains minimal or superfluous evidence from the text and is inconsistently integrated into the author's own text. Quotes may be entirely missing or "orphaned" or missing the author's analysis.
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.
MLA & Organization

Exceeds

The essay is highly organized, presenting the reader with a thorough understanding of the context as well as a comprehensive summary of the main ideas and the author's responses to them. Few if any errors in MLA format.
Meets

The essay has a recognizable organization that presents the reader with a good understanding of context and a summary of the main points of the source. Some points may be omitted. The author's responses are evident but may be underdeveloped. Multiple errors in MLA format.
Nearly Meets

The essay's organization is inconsistent or missing. Key elements of the source may be omitted or adequate context may not be present. Author's responses are undeveloped. Multiple errors in MLA format.




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