Practice on a sample of a draft of a college student’s response to an assignment to write a 500 word narrative essay.
The assignment included these directions: The essay will show one aspect of your ethics or belief system.
Creating your own rubric is connected to learning how to analyze, interpret and evaluate messages that are conveyed in a variety of communication contexts: written, oral and visual. Create a rubric that works well for this assignment on writing a whitepaper - download the Word doc for the assignment available on the University of Kentucky's WRD website: https://uky.edu/writing-whitepaper.
Here are the categories that you should use for your rubric: thesis, content, organization, mechanics and diction, documentation and sources.
Below you will find a partially completed rubric using the above categories required for you to write the assigned whitepaper.
You will need to write on the rubric the following: Source: Abridged from the rubric developed by Jessica Holland, "All Purpose Grading Rubric," Writing, Rhetoric & Digital Media, College of Arts & Sciences, University of Kentucky (https://uky.edu/all-purpose-grading-rubric) By completing this exercise, you have discovered that writing can be assessed fairly and that you can contribute to conversations that constructively resolve differing viewpoints. In this exercise you learn how to create your own writing rubric.By learning how a rubric works and building your own, you can differentiate between an informal response in a self- or peer-review of writing and a more useful evaluation that will help improve someone's writing (including your own).What are the characteristics for each of the dimensions associated with those categories? “Rubric Examples.” California State University Bakersfield. For example if you had only 3 dimensions, how would you describe an “excellent” thesis – as opposed to an “average” one or a “poor” one? Write down more than what’s on the rubric to include your own ideas about how the sample essay matches a particular dimension of a category (or not).Develop a paragraph of constructive comments you would want to share with that fellow student.A good rubric divides up a writing assignment into its different components and gives a detailed description of what are acceptable (or unacceptable) levels of performance for each.If you agree with at least one of the following statements, you need to start using rubrics for your writing assignments: There are rubrics that work well in all different kinds of disciplines.Many different colleges and universities consider ACE CREDIT recommendations in determining the applicability to their course and degree programs. Katherine Rogers-Carpenter, a lecturer in the Division of Writing, Rhetoric and Digital Media and the Department of English, College of Arts &s Sciences at the University of Kentucky. Rogers-Carpenter uses a similar version of this exercise primarily as an in-class group activity in her course, WRD 110: Composition and Communication (or “C&C”) I. A required course in the University's general education program, UK Core, C&C I students are expected to demonstrate competent written, oral, and visual communication skills both as producers and consumers of information.Emphasizing critical inquiry and research, C&C instructors at UK encourage students to explore their place in the broader community and take a stance on issues of public concern—that is, to view themselves as engaged citizens.