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Dr Hartman, I enjoyed writing my first writing draft.

At first the process was hard, but once I made the timeline in class, the process became a lot easier. I like the content in my edited/final version of my working draft. I feel like I added a lot more detail and imagery into my final piece. I still need a little more help developing skills toward my audience and better understanding the process of the rhetorical situation.

WORKING DRAFT RUBRIC: Criteria PROCESS Exemplary Process work is present and provides robust evidence that student has participated; Clear evidence of strong idea development; Robust evidence of revision (changes in drafts) is clearly present RHETORICAL KNOWLEDGE Writer has fulfilled the assignment beyond expectations; Exceptionally clear purpose; Excellent attention to audience through word choice and vivid details of ideas Writer has clearly fulfilled the assignment; Clear purpose; Good attention to audience through word choice and vivid details of ideas Writer has fulfilled the assignment; Purpose is hard to decipher or not yet clear; Little evidence of attention to audience due to too abstract or nonspecific details This aspect of the piece is incomplete/ insufficient. Work shows little to no evidence of rhetorical knowledge Proficient Process work is present and evidence of participation is clear; Evidence of idea development is present; Evidence of effective revision is clearly present Developing Some evidence of process work; Attempts at idea development, but ideas are lacking in some way; Little evidence of revision is present Lacking Participation in process work, development of ideas, and/or evidence of revision is incomplete or insufficient

As a working draft, piece shows:

As a working draft, piece shows:

CRITICAL THINKING AND WRITING GROWTH

As a working draft, piece shows:

Exceptional use of tone and voice; Robust attempts to be appealing and interesting according to audience and purpose; Writer clearly is taking risks; Reflective letter is included and clearly addresses these aspects of piece

Clear attempts to use tone and voice; Clear attempts to be appealing and interesting according to audience and purpose; Writer is taking some risks; Reflective letter is included and sufficiently addresses these aspects of piece Good wording and phrasing; Little to no issues in readability; Writer displays control over mechanics, grammar, and usage

Writer is struggling to use/understand tone and voice, to create interesting writing, and/or to take risks; Reflective letter is missing or does not clearly addresses these aspects of piece

Write made little to no attempts to present critical thinking or writing growth; No reflective letter included

KNOWLEDGE OF CONVENTIONS

As a working draft, piece shows:

Exceptional and adept wording and phrasing; Little to no issues in readability; Writer displays clear control over mechanics, grammar, and usage

Some or repeated issues with awkward or ineffective wording/phrasing; Writer displays lack of control over mechanics, grammar, and usage, causing issues in readability

Glaring issues/errors in grammar, capitalization, punctuation, spelling, and other conventions; Piece is difficult to read; Little to no attention has been given to conventions of writing