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4     Response is a complete, clear, and accurate explanation of  both parts of the question  Relevant and specific evidence, presented through direct quotation, paraphrase, or a combination of both methods, is included in the response.  There are no spelling or grammatical errors that significantly interfere with the understanding and flow of the writing.  Paragraph or page numbers are used.

 

 

3     Response is a mostly complete, clear, and accurate explanation of both parts of the question.  Relevant but often general evidence, presented through a short quotation, a short paraphrase, or a shorter combination of both methods, is included in the response.  More detail is needed in the analysis sections.  There are only minor, if any, spellings and/or grammatical errors and they do not significantly interfere with the understanding and flow of the writing.  Paragraph numbers, article title, or authorís name are not used.

 

 

2      Response is a partial, possibly unclear, explanation that, in attempting to explain both parts of the question  is either a mix of accurate and inaccurate evidence or simply a piece or two of accurate evidence by itself.  Quoted examples with no statement or missing analysis of a given quote.  Some relevant but general and vague evidence, presented through direct quotation or paraphrase is included in the response.  There may be a few spelling and/or grammatical errors in the writing.  There is no conclusion given. Many of the negative comments of the three-point section are mentioned.

 

 

1     Exhibiting varying degrees of clarity, response is a minimal description that, in attempting to explain a single side of the question,  consists of largely inaccurate evidence, and/or few specific details.  Little, if any, relevant textual evidence either through direct quotation or paraphrase is included in the response.  Spelling and/or grammatical errors interfere with the understanding and flow of the writing.

 

 

0      Response is incorrect, irrelevant, or contains insufficient evidence to show any understanding of the question.  Spelling and/or grammar is poor.