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Four Column Journal. QAP. What it Does. This type of four column journal allows the reader to become involved in developments in the plot or text. This is done through analyzing key passages, asking questions, answering them, and making predictions of future plot developments. Cite

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what it does
What it Does
  • This type of four column journal allows the reader to become involved in developments in the plot or text.
  • This is done through analyzing key passages, asking questions, answering them, and making predictions of future plot developments.
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Cite

  • Cite an im-portant passage from the text (cite author & page number)
  • Answer
  • After thought- fully reflecting on the question, provide a plot based answer
  • Predict
  • Make a plot based predic-tion based on the cited passage
  • Question
  • Ask a question in relation to the cited passage
in the citation column
In the Citation Column
  • Cite an important passage, word for word, from the text (author & page)
in the question column
In the Question Column
  • Ask a question in relation to the cited passage
in the answer column
In the Answer Column
  • After thoughtfully reflecting on the question, provide a plot based answer
in the predict column
In the Predict Column

Make a plot based predic-tion based on the cited passage

guidelines
Guidelines
  • Minimum one entry for every two pages read for an “A.” For a “C,” one entry every three pages
  • All columns, except the citation and question columns, must have entries of ten words or more
  • An entry is complete only when all four columns are completed and numbered
how to grade a four column journal

How to Grade a Four Column Journal

Click on Shakespeare for a Student Example of a Four Column Journal: QAP

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Each quad entry is worth ________ points
  • If the citation side is cited incorrectly, only ¾ credit earned for that entry.
  • If any of the other columns are less than 10 words, only 1/2 credit is earned for that entire entry.
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If the four-column entries do not line up across the page, multiply total score by .75
  • If one or more entries of four is not done, only two points earned for that entire entry
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After totaling up the score, write a minimum two sentence evaluation of why the person earned that score. State positive comments first. Then, make constructive criticisms, if needed.
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Grading Scale

Entries Points ¾ Credit ½ Credit

10 10 7 5

8 12.5 9 6

6 16.5 12.5 8

5 20 15 10

4 25 20 13

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