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  1. AP Rubric Scoring Your Peer’s Essay Interpreting Your Score

  2. Scoring Criteria • Focus: • Is the paper clearly focused? • Does it concentrate on a particular topic? • Does it maintain its focus throughout the paper? • Thesis/Assertions: • Does the thesis statement take a position? • Is the position arguable? • Does the position reflect a mature understanding of the topic? • Evidence: • Does the author use evidence from supporting sources? • Supporting sources may include quotes, paraphrases, summaries, etc. • Does it use specific and meaningful quotes? • Analysis/Commentary: • Does the commentary link the quote back to the thesis statement? • Is it insightful? • Is it useful? Does it add to the audience’s understanding or clarify a concept? • Language/Control of Writing: • Does the author display a mature level of vocabulary? • Is the piece clear, free of awkward wording or distracting errors in diction and syntax? • Is the piece free of major/distracting errors in grammar and punctuation?

  3. Point Values: 8-9 THESIS: Thoughtful and Mature • The maturely written response clearly focuses on the topic and effectively employs substantial supporting evidence. • Accurately and insightfully focuses on the topic • Refers to specific examples and clearly connects them to the topic • Demonstrates an ability to control a wide range of the elements of effective writing EVIDENCE: Specific, clearly connected FOCUS: Accurate and Insightful ANALYSIS: Relates Examples to Topic LANGUAGE: Impressive, Mature, Free of errors, Varied Style Insightful/Mature: 8-9

  4. Point Values: 6-7 FOCUS: Clear ANALYSIS: Sufficient • The well-written response clearly focuses on the topic and adequately uses supporting evidence. • Uses some examples to support ideas and adequately connects them to the topic • Clearly develops a position • Demonstrates a clear prose style THESIS: Clearly Developed EVIDENCE: Adequate, well chosen examples LANGUAGE: Clear, with minor lapses, style may be a little dull Clear/Sufficient: 6-7

  5. Point Values: 5 and Below FOCUS: Weak, simplistic; may substitute a simpler task EVIDENCE: Vague, superficial, unrelated • The adequately written response usually focuses on the topic and includes some supporting evidence but may be inconsistent and simplistic in its explanations. • Uses examples which may be vague, superficial, or unrelated to the topic • Weakly focuses on topic, discussion may be unrelated to evidence • Adequately written but may demonstrate inconsistent control of language • Sufficiently written to convey the writer’s ideas, but may have weak control over diction, syntax, grammar, spelling or organization THESIS: Restates or summarizes, position may be unclear ANALYSIS: Vague, or unrelated to evidence or assertions Not Yet! 5 or lower LANGUAGE: Immature/ Lack of control

  6. Point Values 8-9 • The maturely written response clearly focuses on the topic and effectively employs substantial supporting evidence. • Accurately and insightfully focuses on the topic • Refers to specific examples and clearly connects them to the topic • Demonstrates an ability to control a wide range of the elements of effective writing Insightful/Mature: 8-9

  7. Point Values 6-7 • The well-written response clearly focuses on the topic and adequately uses supporting evidence. • Uses some examples to support ideas and adequately connects them to the topic • Clearly develops a position • Demonstrates a clear prose style Clear/Sufficient: 6-7

  8. Point Values 5 or Lower • The adequately written response usually focuses on the topic and includes some supporting evidence but may be inconsistent and simplistic in its explanations. • Uses examples which may be vague, superficial, or unrelated to the topic • Weakly focuses on topic, discussion may be unrelated to evidence • Adequately written but may demonstrate inconsistent control of language • Sufficiently written to convey the writer’s ideas, but may have weak control over diction, syntax, grammar, spelling or organization Not Yet! 5 or lower

  9. Point Values to Grade Translation • 8 or 9: 98 • 6 or 7: 89 • Not Yet: must be rewritten. • Due no later than Friday • Handwritten • Stapled to back of original, with comment sheet • You will have two opportunities to rewrite, after which point you will receive a grade based on the full AP rubric • 5: 79 • 4: 73 • 3: 65 • 2: 60 • 1: 55