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315, Hurlburt : Grading rubric for papers I: ARGUMENT AND EVIDENCE (40%) EXCELLENT TO VERY GOOD: (A) _____Demonstrates excellent familiarity with text _____Clear, speci;ic and intelligent thesis statement _____arguments supported clearly with appropriate use of examples _____arguments correspond to thesis statement _____relevant to assigned topic GOOD TO AVERAGE: (A- to B+) _____Demonstrates general knowledge of text _____thesis statement adequate _____limited development of thesis _____limited or undeveloped use of appropriate examples _____mostly relevant to topic, but lacks some detail FAIR TO POOR: (B to B-) _____Demonstrates limited knowledge of text _____thesis statement partial or lacks depth _____inadequate development of topic _____very few or inappropriate examples in support _____often strays from relevant topic _____contains multiple, unsupported generalizations VERY POOR: (C+ and below) _____does not show knowledge of text _____no thesis statement _____no development of topic with no examples or effort to support statements _____not pertinent to topic OR not enough to evaluate Comments: II: ORGANIZATION (20 %) EXCELLENT TO VERY GOOD: (A) _____solid introduction and conclusion _____ideas grouped logically and effectively _____succinct _____cohesive (use of transitions between ideas and/or paragraphs) GOOD TO AVERAGE: (A- to B+) _____introduction and conclusion lacks some depth _____some ideas may not be grouped well or need to be rearranged for better sequence _____loosely organized but main ideas stand out _____ideas need better coherence (transitions between ideas often lacking or ineffective) FAIR TO POOR: (B to B-) _____introduction or conclusion cryptic, too short, or not pertinent to content _____ideas are not logically grouped or sequenced _____ideas are confused or disconnected _____lacks coherence, fails to make transitions between ideas and/or paragraphs VERY POOR: (C+ and below) _____no introduction or conclusion _____ideas have no sequence or relation to ideas around them _____ideas are completely disconnected _____no coherence / no evidence of transitional structures OR not enough to evaluate Comments:

French 315, Hurlburt : Grading rubric for papers III: VOCABULARY (20%) EXCELLENT TO VERY GOOD: (A) _____accurately incorporates literary terms / ideas necessary to the topic from the guide de lecture _____sophisticated range of word choice and clear attempt at variation in vocabu- lary _____appropriate register GOOD TO AVERAGE: (A- to B+) _____occasional but accurate use of literary terms /ideas necessary to the topic, interspersed with paraphrase _____adequate range of word choice and some effort at variation in vocabulary _____occasional errors of word/idiom form, choice and usage in which meaning is not obscured FAIR TO POOR: (B to B-) _____inconsistent or inaccurate use of appropriate literary terms _____limited range of word choice and/or excessive repetitions _____frequent use of anglicisms _____frequent errors of word/idiom form, choice and usage in which meaning is confused or obscured VERY POOR: (C+ and below) _____does not incorporate literary terms OR ideas necessary to the topic, even through paraphrase _____poor range of word choice with much repetition _____translates directly from English with many anglicisms or English words Comments: Comments: IV: GRAMMAR (20%) EXCELLENT TO VERY GOOD: (A) _____effective complex constructions _____few errors of agreement, tense, number, word order/function, articles, pro- nouns, prepositions _____few errors of spelling, punctuation, capitalization GOOD TO AVERAGE: (A- to B+) _____effective but simple constructions _____minor problems in complex constructions _____several errors of agreement, tense, number, word order/function, articles, pronouns, prepositions _____occasional errors of spelling, punctuation, capitalization, but meaning sel- dom or not obscured FAIR TO POOR: (B to B-) _____major problems in simple/complex constructions _____frequent errors of negation, agreement, tense, number, word order/ function, articles, pronouns, prepositions and/or fragments, run-ons, deletions _____frequent errors of spelling, punctuation, capitalization, with meaning con- fused or obscured VERY POOR: (C+ and below) _____virtually no mastery of sentence construction rules _____dominated by errors of sentence structure / tense / word order _____does not communicate (content unintelligible) _____dominated by errors of spelling, punctuation, capitalization OR not enough to evaluate

French 315, Hurlburt : Grading rubric for papers