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English 102 SLO Assessment Rubric
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Assessment Category
Non-Responsive,
Off Topic or
Plagiarized
(1)
Very
Weak

(2)
Weak


(3)
Adequate


(4)
Strong


(5)
Superior


(6)
Critical Reading of primary sources and evaluation of sources (sources have been evaluated in terms of accuracy, relevance, and freedom from faulty assumptions as is appropriate to topic and have been evaluated in terms of diction, tone and unity)
Critical Reading of secondary sources and evaluation of sources (sources have been evaluated in terms of accuracy, relevance, and freedom from faulty assumptions as is appropriate to topic and have been evaluated in terms of diction, tone and unity)
Application and Synthesis of Sources
Thesis (a clear statement of opinion that addresses literary issues)
Development of supporting evidence that is accurate, relevant, and free from faulty assumptions
Organization (sophisticated and coherently structured)
Logical Reasoning and Argumentation, using inductive and/or deductive reasoning and avoiding logical fallacies
Tone and Awareness of Audience
Proper Grammar and Mechanics, Syntax, and Diction in stylistically sophisticated sentences
MLA Documentation and Formatting
 
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