Title: Civil Rights Era Unsolved Crime Teacher Name: Killeen High School Criminal Justice Program: Law Ii Student Name: Date:Beginning – 1Developing – 2Accomplished – 3Exemplary – 4ContentThe content is absent or not related to the topic.The content is ordinary and somewhat related to the topic.The content is clear and-directly related to the topic.The content is substantial,intriguing, and original. It relates directly to the topic.Conclusion There is no conclusion. The piece just ends.Restates main ideas.Summarizes main ideas.Completely integrates and extends key ideas of assignment, furthering understanding of topic.Description Uses little or no concrete language or sensory images Some concrete language and sensory images; uses some literary devices Concrete language and sensory images create descriptive piece; uses many literary devices Concrete language and sensory images create highly imaginative and descriptive piece; rich use of literary devices such as simile, metaphor, andalliterationDetailsUses little or no detail to support and explain the topic.Uses some details that are accurate; some details such as examples and explanations are not appropriate for the topic;details do not always support the topic.Uses details such as explanations and examples that are accurate and support the topic.Uses details such as explanations and examples that are accurate,appropriate, and fully support the topic.Format Selects incorrect format Selects correct format for the assignment but uses it inconsistently with many errors.Selects and generally uses correct format for the assignment.Selects and consistently uses correct format for the assignment.Grammar Grammar choices keep readers from understanding the piece.Grammar choices sometimes confuse readers.Uses appropriate grammar that does not interfere with meaning.Uses completely appropriate grammar that helps readers understand meaning.Opening Unfocused and rambling;confuses the reader.Vague; does not immediately engage the audience in the topic.Focused and thorough;engages the audience in the topic.Clearly focused, thoroughly presenting the topic;immediately engages the audience in the message of the piece.Punctuation Frequent and/or major errors that obscure meaning Many or major errors in punctuation that sometimes confuse the reader.A few punctuation errors.No errors in punctuation.Purpose There is no purpose.Purpose is vague, misstated,or not always supported by details.Purpose is defined and understandable, supported by details.Clearly defined purpose,carefully and convincingly presented.Organization ideas have little connection to each other; there is no strong central idea.Some ideas connected teach other; many parts don’t contribute to the central idea.Most ideas are connected;some parts don’t contribute to the central idea.Logical presentation of ideas; all parts contribute to strong central noninterference supporting references.Few supporting references or references presented in the incorrect format.Many supporting references usually presented in the correct format.Numerous supporting references presented incorrect format greatly add threader understanding of main idea.Spelling There are frequent spelling errors that make it hard for readers to understand the central idea.There are many spelling errors that sometimes make it hard for readers to understand the central idea.Most words are spelled correctly.All words spelled correctly,helping readers clearly understand the central idea.Total Score: points out of 48 possible points.Teacher Comments:1 of 1

 

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