300 Words On Earthquake

ESC 2000 — Earth Science Today (EST) Grading Rubric

 

 

Each component is worth a total of 4 points [partial credit where illustrated]

 

· Length: ≥ 300 words

· 299-250 words [2 pt.]

 

· Introduction Paragraph [2-3 sentences] introduces the main theme of your paper

· Only a single sentence introduces the main theme [2 pts.]

 

· Body of paper discusses ALL assigned articles

 

· Body of paper provides specific examples from each source

· Specific examples are utilized, however, not from each source [2 pts.]

 

· Body of paper integrates (articles are not discussed separately) concepts from assigned articles

· All sources are utilized, but articles are discussed separately (discussion not integrated) [2 pts.]

 

· Citations are utilized when mentioning specific examples from the articles

 

· Conclusion Paragraph [2-3 sentences] summarizing the main theme of your paper

· Only a single sentence concludes the paper [2 pts.]

 

· Conclusion paragraph includes some aspect of the implication on society

 

· Grammar: Clear, concise writing, well organized, no spelling or grammatical errors, no typos

· Readable, but minor typos, grammatical errors, or organizational problems [2 pts.]

 

 

 

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