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Read the student sample paper (attached on the bottom of the page), “Confederate Monuments: Contextualism, Virtue, and the Preservation of History,” which was written last summer for this course on a different issue from which you have to select, and then using the rubric for your Final, Tompkins-Style Essay, which will be used to grade your essay, give the paper points in each area, to total up to 500 points, and then assign a corresponding grade.
Rubric for Final Essay
|Criteria||Points Possible||Points Given|
|This essay is a comprehensive response to the directions and illustrates a deep understanding of Tompkins’ argument (it is modeled after it); the author makes a nuanced inductive argument that effectively uses the rhetorical situation, persuasive appeals, and targeted rhetorical strategies to persuade an uninformed/reluctant audience.||150|
|Long block quotes are not used to meet page count.||50|
|The essay is in correct MLA format and style, including in-text citations and the Works Cited page (a cover page is not included). This is CR/NC.||50|
|The essay is well organized with effective transitions between ideas and paragraphs.The audience should be clearly guided through the argument.||50|
|The author works closely and critically with a minimum of 8 different perspectives /sources, including, but not limited to introduction (including AMS), summary, and rhetorical strategies of analysis, comparison, and synthesis of each source; as well as the smooth integration of direct quotes, block quotes, and paraphrases. Quotes are not awkwardly dropped in and are are not used to begin or end paragraphs.|
Direct work with the texts is a must.
|The essay is meticulously proofread and primarily free of sentence-level errors.|
Essay must represent advanced, college-level reasoning, reading, and writing skills.
|Total Points Possible||500|
299 and below
Part II: 100 Points
- Post the points and grade you assigned the paper and briefly, 5-7 sentences, share your response to the essay and how it has or has not helped you to understand the assignment. (50 points )
- Briefly respond to two of your peers in 3-5 sentences. (50 points)
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