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Good Afternoon!. NVC Thermopylae Paper Review Activity Return Thermopylae Papers Essential Question : How do we improve our argumentative writing? Homework : Revise Thermopylae paper. Persuasive Paragraphs Debrief. Directions. Read and evaluate each paper using the rubric

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good afternoon
Good Afternoon!
  • NVC
  • Thermopylae Paper Review Activity
  • Return Thermopylae Papers

Essential Question: How do we improve our argumentative writing?

Homework: Revise Thermopylae paper

directions
Directions
  • Read and evaluate each paper using the rubric
  • FOR EACH PAPER write
    • 2 things you think are good
    • 2 things you think could be improved
    • Score it (Advanced, Proficient, Basic)and write TWO sentences explaining why
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Advanced

  • Thesis: Clearly answers ALL aspects of the prompt in a clear and specific way
  • Evidence
    • Pulls evidence from AT LEAST TWO documents (Primary and Secondary)
    • Addresses the source
    • Evidence strongly supports argument and main idea of the paragraph
  • Analysis
    • Analysis fully explains the evidence
    • Analysis gives specific reasons how the evidence proves the argument

Proficient

  • Thesis: Answers ALL aspects of the prompt, but might be short and not specific
  • Evidence
    • Pulls Evidence from AT LEAST TWO documents (Primary and Secondary)
    • Evidence is short and the source is not fully addressed
    • Evidence supports argument, but not the best evidence
  • Analysis
    • Analysis explains the evidence, but is short, unspecific, or simply repeats what the evidence says

Basic

  • Thesis: Restates the question and does not make an argument
  • Evidence: Evidence is not from the documents, is inaccurate, or does not support the argument
  • Analysis: Little or no explanation of the evidence.