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Emo Essay Rubric and Feedback Checklist

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This is the checklist used by students to help them self-assess to identify strengths and weaknesses of their essays. …

This is the checklist used by students to help them self-assess to identify strengths and weaknesses of their essays.
Scroll down to the third page and you'll see the rubric I used for the final, summative assessment. It has the wrong title on it - 'belonging' oops!

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  • 1.     Essay -­ EMOSName: Teacher:Criteria (goals) Self-­assessment PEER assessment   I  tried  to   I  did     Tried   Did          Have  you  demonstrated  a              strong  understanding  of  poetry,  the  human  condition  and  what  it  means  to  be  classified   emo ?  Is  your  argument  in  response              to  the  driving  question  outlined  clearly  in  the  introduction?  Did  you  relate  each  of  your              arguments  to  the  driving  question?  Did  you  name  your  texts  and              the  composers  in  the  introduction?    Do  your  lines  of  argument              build  to  a  logical  conclusion?  (showing  cause  and  effect  between  ideas)  Did  you  give  enough  evidence              (quotes  and/or  descriptions)  for  each  of  your  arguments?  (12  quotes)  Did  you  use  the  STEEL              paragraph  structure  for  each  paragraph?    Did  you  start  each  paragraph              with  a  strong  conceptual  noun  or  noun  phrase?  (nominalisation)  Have  you  used  correct              punctuation  and  spelling?  Main  strengths:  (medals)          Improvements  needed  for  this  essay:  (missions)                  
  • 2.        
  • 3. Belonging  Essay    Marking  Criteria   Level   Elementary   Skilful   Effective   Sound   Limited         5   4   3   2   1-­‐0    Criteria  Focuses  on   Highly  developed,   Well-­‐developed,   Sound    response  to   Limited    response   Required  the  concepts   complex  and   thoughtful  and   the  driving  question   to  the  driving   elements  are  implied  in   personal  response   personal     outlined  in   question  outlined   missing  or  the  driving   to  the  driving   response  to  the   introduction  and   in  introduction   incomplete   question  outlined  in   driving  question   somewhat   and  poorly  question   introduction  and   outlined  in   developed  in  body  of   developed  in  (poetry,   developed  in  body   introduction  and   essay.   body  of  essay.  human   of  essay.   developed  in  condition,   body  of  essay.  emo)  Understands   Skilful  use  of  the   Effective  use  of   Sound  use  of  the   Attempts  to  use   Required  how   STEEL  paragraph   the  STEEL   STEEL  paragraph   elements  of  the   elements  are   structure  to   paragraph   structure  to   STEEL  paragraph   missing  or  composers   incomplete  use  features   demonstrate  a   structure  to   demonstrate  an   structure  to   sophisticated   demonstrate  a   understanding  of   demonstrate  a  of  texts     understanding  of  well-­‐developed   how  composers  use   developing     how  composers  use   understanding  of   features  of  texts    to   understanding  of   features  of  texts  to   how  composers   express  their   how  composers   express  their   use  features  of   emotions  and  ideas   use  features  of   emotions  and  ideas   texts    to  express   about  the  human   texts    to  express   about  the  human  their  emotions   condition   their  emotions   condition   and  ideas  about   and  ideas  about   the  human   the  human   condition   condition  Composes  a   Composes  a   Composes  a   Composes  an   Attempts  to   Required  sustained   sophisticated,  logical   logical  and   argument  supported   composes  an   elements  are   and  sustained   sustained   by  textual  evidence   argument   missing  or  argument   incomplete  supported  by   argument  supported   argument   supported  by   by  detailed  and   supported  by   some  textual  textual   relevant  textual   detailed  textual   evidence  evidence   evidence   evidence    Uses   Skilful  control  of  the   Effective  control   Sound  control  of  the   Attempts  to  use   Required  language  and   language  and   of  the  language   language  and   the  language  and   elements  are   structure  of  an  essay   and  structure  of   structure  of  an  essay   structure  of  an   missing  or  structure  of   incomplete  an  essay    beginning  each   an  essay    begins    some  paragraphs   essay    fails  to   paragraph  with  a   most  paragraphs   begin  with   use  conceptual     well-­‐selected   will  conceptual   conceptual  noun.   nouns.  Includes   conceptual  noun.   nouns.  Few   Some  errors.   frequent  errors     Few  or  no  errors.   errors.