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Form: Design

Figures or formatting do not


match the papers purpose or
are not explained by author.

Some figures and formatting help


author achieve purpose.

Designincluding figures and


formathelps author achieve
purpose.

Designincluding figures and


formathelps author achieve
purpose with style.

Form: Genre

Generic conventions are not


employed.

Follows most generic conventions


(whether for instruction manual,
cover letter, etc.)

Follows generic conventions


(whether for instruction manual,
cover letter, etc.).

Content:
Information

Fails to provide most of the


required information.

Supplies some necessary


information.

Supplies all necessary


information.

Content:
Support

Typically does not support


claims with evidence.
Sometimes tries to support
claims with additional claims or
personal opinion.
Frequently unorganized:
difficult to find a clear
relationship between
paragraphs or sentences.
Headings are inappropriate,
unclear or absent.

Supports a few claims with


evidence, although the evidence
could at times be more specific or
relevant.

Supports most claims with


specific, relevant details and/or
evidence.

Follows generic conventions


(whether for instruction
manual, cover letter, etc.)
consistently and with
sophistication.
Supplies all necessary
information with
sophistication.
Supports all claims with
specific, relevant details and/or
evidence. Employs different
types of evidence.

Demonstrates some signs of


organization, but occasionally
includes abrupt or illogical shifts
and ineffective sequence of ideas.
Headings may not be appropriate
or clear.

Citations:

Omits or uses incorrectly


MLA- or APA-style
parenthetical citations,
quotation marks, and works
cited list. Drops quotations and
ideas into text without
introducing source.

A few errors in MLA- or APAstyle parenthetical citations,


quotation marks, and works cited
list. Often includes sources names
without introduction.

Effectively ordered paragraphs


generally cover only one topic
each and are linked with useful
transitions. Headings are usually
appropriate and clear.
Sentences typically flow
logically.
Correctly uses MLA- or APAstyle parenthetical citations,
quotation marks, and works cited
list. Usually introduces each
source fullyyou know who did
the research or talking, for
whom, and why.

Effectively ordered paragraphs


cover only one topic each and
are generally linked with
useful transitions. Headings
are appropriate and clear.
Sentences flow logically to
persuade reader.
Correctly uses MLA- or APAstyle parenthetical citations,
quotation marks, and works
cited list. Introduces each
source fullyyou know who
did the research or talking, for
whom, and why.

Readability:

Spelling, syntax, diction, or


punctuation errors impede
readability.

Spelling, syntax, diction, or


punctuation errors impede
readability or otherwise distract
from meaning.
Developing

Spelling, syntax, diction, or


punctuation errors are few and
do not distract from meaning.

Outstanding control of
language, including effective
diction and sentence variety.

Content:
Organization

Absent or
Below Basic

Proficient

Advanced

Comments: On what two or three areas do you think this writer needs to focus before submitting this document? Overall I feel like that you chose a great
document for your major assignment. It meets most of the SLOs and it is very well put together. I see some areas where there is room for improvement. For
instance, some of the claims that were made in the progress report can be more specific by adding some detail. (By detail I mean specific examples). Lastly,
all your sentences are put very well together but there are a few word choices that can be replaced with much more effective words, this will help the
sentences run much more smoothly.