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Eastern Michigan University

Project Evaluation Form

ENGL120

Writer:
Assignment:

Project Three (40%, 10 points)

Reviewer:

Laura Kovick

Grade:
The points of assessment below are taken directly from the rubric for this assignment. Please
consult the rubric or contact your instructor directly if you have any questions or concerns.
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Score
1--1.33

Direction

1.67--2--2. 2.67--3--3. 3.67--4

Assessment

In-text Citations, MLA formatting, and Care


Development and Cohesiveness
Cover Letter
Invention Portfolio
Participation/presence
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0.00

EX: Exceptional. The writer has applied the criterion with distinction.
AC: Acceptable/meets expectations. The writer has applied the criterion to an acceptable degree.
NI: Needs improvement. The writer has minimally applied the criterion in the project.

Comments

NA: Narrowly applied or not applied. The writer has not applied the criterion in the project.

Criteria The essay respond appropriately to the assignment by addressing and explaining two sides of a debatable issue and proposing a solution that reaches a common ground
Criteria 2 In-text citations support the examples the writer uses for both sides of the argument and are introduced and then explained in terms of how they connect to the argument.
At least 6-8 sources used and cited correctly. Works Cited page is done correctly. Follows MLA formatting standards with obvious attention paid to correcting grammatical and syntax errors.

Criteria 3 The essay begins with a well-explained introduction that engages the audience and provides necessary background information for the audience to understand the issue.
The writer states the opposing point of view and provides examples of situations in which that view is valid. The writer provides enough evidence and support for each side of the issue.

Criteria 4 Specifically addresses course outcomes with clear examples of how the outcomes were met. Discusses the writer's growth by specifically referring to work done during Project 3.