Act Comment Code Rubric

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Act Comment Code Rubric

  1. 1. Comment Codes for Local Writing Assessment Position: Organization: 26 – Your essay addressed the complexity of the issue by discussing and 56 – The logical sequence of ideas in your essay fit its persuasive purpose well analyzing all sides of the issue but still maintained a side (not wishy with an attention grabbing introduction washy) 55 – The logical sequence of ideas in your essay fit its persuasive purpose well 25 – Your essay addressed the complexity of the issue by fully responding to using transitions (although, however, due to, etc.) counterarguments 54 – Your essay was well organized, making it easy to understand logical 24 – Your essay showed recognition of the complexity of the issue by partially relationships among ideas evaluating its implications but not addressing ALL counterarguments 53 – The organization of the essay was adequate, but the rigid structure 23 – Your essay showed recognition of the complexity of the issue by seemed to limit discussion (stuck to 5 paragraphs but should have addressing the counterarguments expanded it due to amount of counterarguments and examples) 22 – Your essay acknowledged counterarguments on the issue but did not 52 – Your essay showed basic organization structure, but the ideas need to be discuss them more clearly connected 21 – Your essay responded to the prompt by taking a clear position on the 51 – No evidence of structure; haphazard placement of ideas but attempt at issue structure Complexity: Language: 36 – Your essay effectively supported general statements with specific 66 – Your essay showed a good command of language by using varied reasons, examples, and details… and maintained focus on the issue sentences and precise word choice 35 – Your essay effectively supported general statements with specific 65 – Some varied sentence structures and precise word choice added clarity reasons, examples, and details and interest to your writing 34 – General statements were well supported with specific reasons, examples, 64 – Using more sentence variety and precise word choice would make your and details essay clearer and more engaging 33 – Your essay adequately supported general statements with specific 63 – Using more varied sentence structures would make your essay clearer reasons, examples, and details and more engaging 32 – Your essay used some specific details, reasons, and examples, but it 62 – Using correct grammar and more varied sentence structures would needed more of them improve your essay 31 – The ideas in the essay needed to be more fully explained and supported 61 – Grammar, spelling and punctuation errors were distracting. Proofread with more details your writing

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