The Effects of Global Warming on Human Beings

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English | Rubric | Assignment | Research Report and Revisions Notes (30 points)
Rubric
Assignment: Research Report and Revisions Notes (30 points)
Criterion
Elements of a Research
Report
Write a research report
that has an introductory
paragraph with a strong
thesis statement, body
paragraphs that support
the thesis, and a
concluding paragraph
Write a thesis statement
Write paragraph(s) that
contains a topic
sentence, supporting
details, and concluding
sentence
Exemplary Grades
Proficient Grades
Emerging Grades
Not Evident
5
4
3
2
High scoring students will
do the following:
Middle scoring students
will do the following:
Low scoring students will
do the following:
Provide a paper that
contains an introduction,
body paragraphs with
subtopic sentences, and
a conclusion.
Introduction grabs a
reader’s attention and
presents the main idea of
the paper; body
paragraphs support each
subtopic with significant
evidence from the text.
Conclusion summarizes
the main ideas of the
essay and encourages
the reader to think
critically.
Provide a paper that
contains an introduction,
thesis, body paragraphs
with topic sentences, and
a conclusion.
Introduction presents the
main idea of the paper
but fails to grab the
reader’s attention; body
paragraphs support
subtopics but don’t use
adequate evidence from
the text. Conclusion
summarizes the main
ideas of the essay but
does not encourage the
reader to think critically
about the information
presented.
Provide a paper that is
missing an introduction,
thesis, body paragraphs
with topic sentences,
and/or a conclusion.
Main idea or thesis is not
clear. Body paragraphs
are missing strong
subtopic sentences
and/or supporting
evidence. Conclusion
does not encourage the
reader to think critically.
Write a conclusion that
restates the thesis and
summarizes main points
Provide a paper that is
missing significant
structural elements. No
main idea is present.
Body paragraphs lack
subtopic sentences and
supporting evidence.
Conclusion is ineffective
or not present.
Score and Comments
Score:
Comments:
Worth 2x
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English | Rubric | Assignment | Research Report and Revisions Notes (30 points)
Criterion
Organization/Structure
Organize the information
according to subtopic
Final Draft
Revise as needed for
varied sentence
structures.
Use feedback from others
to plan, draft, or revise
writing
Exemplary Grades
Proficient Grades
Emerging Grades
Not Evident
5
4
3
2
High scoring students will
do the following:
Middle scoring students
will do the following:
Low scoring students will
do the following:
Include all organizational
elements of the research
paper (main topic,
subtopics, transitions),
which are well-developed
and fully realized. Clearly
arrange the paper
according to a specific
organizational structure
(chronological, most-toleast important, etc.) Use
examples from text to
clearly support central
ideas, concepts, and
themes.
Include primary elements
of the outline (thesis,
subtopics, and
supporting details) that
are mostly accurate,
appropriate, welldeveloped, and
compelling. Evidence of
a strategy for
determining order of
information with
transitions. Information
organized into subtopics
supports central ideas,
concepts, and themes.
Provide primary
elements of the outline
(thesis, subtopics, and
supporting details) that
are often inaccurate,
inappropriate,
underdeveloped, or not
compelling, or may be
missing entirely. Lack of
evidence of a strategy for
determining order of
information. Information
is often not organized
into subtopics and/or
does not support central
ideas, concepts, and
themes.
Include few, if any,
primary elements of the
outline (thesis, subtopics,
and supporting details).
Those present are
inaccurate and
underdeveloped. No
evidence of a strategy for
determining order of
information. Information
is not organized into
subtopics and/or does
not support central ideas,
concepts, and themes.
Score:
Show significant revision
and editing. Major
improvements made
from the first draft to the
final. Student clearly
responds to feedback.
Show some revision and
editing. Some
improvement made from
the first draft to the final.
Student makes some
revisions based on
feedback.
Show little revision or
editing. Minor
improvement made from
the first draft to the final.
Student makes few
revisions based on
feedback.
Show no revision or
editing. No improvement
made from the first draft
to the final. Student
makes no revisions
based on feedback.
Score:
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Score and Comments
Comments:
Comments:
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English | Rubric | Assignment | Research Report and Revisions Notes (30 points)
Criterion
Citations
Mechanics/Conventions
Exemplary Grades
Proficient Grades
Emerging Grades
Not Evident
Score and Comments
5
4
3
2
High scoring students will
do the following:
Middle scoring students
will do the following:
Low scoring students will
do the following:
Correctly credit all of the
information taken from
original information
sources (summaries,
paraphrases, and
quotations). It is easy to
tell which information is
the author’s own ideas
and which is taken from
other sources.
Correctly credit most of
the information taken
from original information
sources (summaries,
paraphrases, and
quotations). Three or
more errors are present.
It is usually easy to tell
which information is the
author’s own ideas and
which is taken from other
sources.
Correctly credit some of
the information taken
from original information
sources (summaries,
paraphrases, and
quotations). Five or more
errors are present. It is
difficult to tell which
information is the
author’s own ideas and
which is taken from other
sources.
Fail to correctly credit
most of the information
taken from original
information sources
(summaries,
paraphrases, and
quotations). It is
impossible to tell which
information is the
author’s own ideas and
which is taken from other
sources.
Score:
Follow all guidelines for
spelling, grammar,
usage, and mechanics.
Sentences are direct,
clear, varied, and
sophisticated. Tone and
word choice is
consistently appropriate.
Follow most guidelines,
but some sentences are
unclear, uneven, or
contain errors. Some
additional proofreading is
necessary. Tone and
word choice is
appropriate.
Follow some guidelines,
but sentences contain
multiple errors and are
difficult to understand.
Little evidence of
proofreading. Tone and
word choice is
sometimes not
appropriate.
Fail to follow guidelines;
many sentences contain
numerous errors and
cannot be understood.
No evidence of
proofreading. Tone and
word choice is often not
appropriate.
Score:
Comments:
Comments:
Student Name:
Total Score:
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