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COMMON CORE STATE STANDARDS WRITING RUBRICS ARGUMENT. Description 5 Exceptional 4 Skilled 3 Proficient 2 Developing 1 Inadequate. Claim The text introduces a compelling The text introduces a precise claim The text introduces a claim that The text contains an unclear or The text contains an unidentifiable. The text introduces a clear arguable claim that is clearly arguable and that is clearly arguable and takes is arguable and takes a position emerging claim that suggests a vague. claim or vague position The text has, claim that can be supported by takes a purposeful position on an an identifiable position on an issue The text has a structure and position The text attempts a structure. limited structure and organization, reasons and evidence issue The text has a structure and The text has an effective structure organization that is aligned with and organization to support the posi. organization that is carefully crafted the claim tion. and organization that is aligned with,to support the claim. Development The text provides convincing and The text provides sufficient and The text provides data and evidence The text provides data and evidence The text contains limited data and. relevant data and evidence to back to back up the claim and addresses that attempt to back up the claim and evidence related to the claim and. The text provides sufficient data relevant data and evidence to back. up the claim and skillfully addresses counterclaims The conclusion ties unclearly addresses counterclaims or counterclaims or lacks counterclaims. up the claim and fairly addresses, and evidence to back up the claim counterclaims The conclusion to the claim and evidence lacks counterclaims The conclusion The text may fail to conclude the. counterclaims The conclusion, while pointing out the strengths and effectively strengthens the claim merely restates the position argument or position.
effectively reinforces the claim and,limitations of both the claim and and evidence. counterclaim The text provides a evidence,conclusion that supports the. Audience The text consistently addresses the The text anticipates the audi The text considers the audience s The text illustrates an inconsistent The text lacks an awareness of the. The text anticipates the audience s audience s knowledge level con ence s knowledge level concerns knowledge level concerns values awareness of the audience s audience s knowledge level and. knowledge level concerns values cerns values and possible biases values and possible biases about and possible biases about the knowledge level and needs needs. and possible biases about the claim about the claim The text addresses the claim The text addresses the claim The text addresses the needs. The text addresses the specific the specific needs of the audience specific needs of the audience of the audience. needs of the audience, Cohesion The text strategically uses words The text skillfully uses words The text uses words phrases and The text contains limited words The text contains few if any words. The text uses words phrases and phrases and clauses as well as phrases and clauses as well as clauses as well as varied syntax to phrases and clauses to link the major phrases and clauses to link the major. clauses as well as varied syntax to varied syntax to link the major varied syntax to link the major link the major sections of the text sections of the text The text attempts sections of the text The text does not. link the major sections of the text sections of the text The text explains sections of the text The text The text connects the claim and to connect the claim and reasons connect the claims and reasons. creates cohesion and clarifies the the relationships between the claim identifies the relationship between reasons The text links the. and reasons as well as the evidence counterclaims to the claim. relationship between the claim and the claim and reasons as well as the. The text strategically links the, reasons between reasons and evidence The text effectively links. counterclaims to the claim,evidence and between claims and.
the counterclaims to the claim,counterclaims, Style and Conventions The text presents an engaging formal The text presents a formal The text presents a formal tone The text illustrates a limited awareness The text illustrates a limited aware. The text presents a formal objective and objective tone The text objective tone The text demon The text demonstrates standard of formal tone The text demonstrates ness of or inconsistent tone The text. tone that demonstrates standard intentionally uses standard English strates standard English conven English conventions of usage and some accuracy in standard English demonstrates inaccuracy in standard. English conventions of usage and conventions of usage and mechanics tions of usage and mechanics mechanics while attending to the conventions of usage and mechanics English conventions of usage and. mechanics while attending to the while attending to the norms of the while attending to the norms of the norms of the discipline i e MLA mechanics. norms of the discipline i e MLA discipline i e MLA APA etc discipline i e MLA APA etc APA etc. 2012 iParadigms LLC This work is made available under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution NonCommercial 3 0 Unported License 0812. CCSS WRITING RUBRICS 2,POCONO MOUNTAIN SCHOOL DISTRICT. AP LITERATURE COMPOSITION,ENGLISH LANGUAGE ARTS,SUMMER READING. The Sound and the Fury,by William Faulkner,Study and Comprehension Questions. Chapter 1 April Seventh 1928 Benjy,Multiple Choice.
1 Who climbs the tree outside the window at Damuddy s funeral. A Quentin B Caddy C Benjy D Jason E Luster, 2 Where does Father send the children the night of the funeral. A to the meadow B to the barn C to Dilsey s house D to town. 3 Who delivers letters to Mrs Patterson for Uncle Maury. A Roskus B T P C Benjy D Jason,4 What was Benjy s name before it was changed. A Damuddy B Luster C Maury D Bascomb, 5 Which one of the Compson children gets dirty pants playing in the creek. A Jason B Quentin C Benjy D Caddy,Short answer Fill in. 1 What does Benjy think Caddy smells like,2 What problem does Benjy seem to have.
3 What does Luster want to spend a quarter on, 4 List two or three words which describe a first impression of Caroline. 5 How old is Benjy in 1928 the time frame for the narrative. Benjy Losses Short answer Fill in,1 What does Caddy s wedding take from Benjy. 2 Who does death take from Benjy,3 What does Caroline take from Benjy. 4 What does Jason take from Benjy,Chapter 2 June Second 1910 Quentin. Part One Multiple Choice,1 Where does Quentin first find the little girl.
A on the bus B at school C in the bakery D by the river. 2 What does Quentin break at the beginning of this chapter. A his promise B his girlfriend s heart C his watch D his lighter. 3 What does Quentin give Deacon to give to Shreve, A a note B his watch C his lighter D a suit E money. 4 What got sold so that Quentin could go to Harvard. A Compson s Mile B Benjy s pasture C Jason s birthright. 5 Where was Quentin found with the little foreign girl who did not speak. A in the bakery B on the trolley C at the bridge D on the road. Part Two Short Answer Fill in, 1 What odor did Quentin indicate made him feel like he was suffocating. 2 What sat unopened in Quentin s room, 3 Why did Quentin tell his father he had been guilty of incest. 4 With whom did Quentin start a fight to defend Caddy s honor. 5 Who did Caddy marry and why,Chapter 3 April Sixth 1928 Jason. Part One Multiple Choice, 1 In this section of the novel who is the head of the Compson family.
A Dilsey B Miss Caroline C Miss Quentin D Jason,2 What does Jason make Miss Quentin sign. A a will B a letter to her mother C a letter committing Benjy D a money order. 3 Where does Jason work,A stock broker B feed supply store. C land agency D on his own land as a farmer,4 Where did Jason want to send Benjy. A to town to get a job B to Jackson to be institutionalized. C to live with Caddy D to live with Dilsey,5 What did Jason have Caroline burn. A a check from Caddy B a birth certificate for Miss Quentin. C an old letter from Quentin D the title to Compson s Mile. Part Two Short Answer Fill In, 1 Where is it that Jason and Caroline expect Miss Quentin to be.
2 Where has Jason been spending his money, 3 What is the unethical unfair source of much of Jason s money. 4 How did Jason recognize the man who he saw Miss Quentin with. 5 Who is Jason s boss,Chapter 4 April Eighth 1928 Dilsey. Part One Multiple Choice, 1 Which one of the Compsons goes to church with Dilsey. A Benjy B Miss Caroline C Jason D Miss Quentin, 2 On what religious holiday is Dilsey described in this section attending church. A Easter B Christmas C Epiphany D none,3 Who went into Jason s room.
A Dilsey B Caroline C Miss Quentin D No one,4 When does Jason discover the theft. A the same day B next week C her real father D with herself. 5 With whom does Miss Quentin run off,A her mother B a circus man C her real father. Part Two Short Answer Fill In, 1 What did Jason do after the discovery of the theft. 2 Who was the preacher at the church service which Dilsey attended. 3 What does Luster give Benjy to hold while sitting in the carriage. 4 Who is Benjy s watcher in this section of the novel. 5 Why did the sheriff not chase after Miss Quentin as Jason demanded him to do. For additional resources to assist you with reading this novel and. answering these questions please go to www pmsd org on the.

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