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TOLMAN RESEARCH PAPER RUBRIC

Historical Content:

Introduction/
Background

Evidence
(Significance)

Analysis
(Evidence and
agency)

Conclusion
(Connections,
continuity, and
change)
(___/12 points)
Process

Name:
_Faithlyn___________________

Above Standard: 5

Meets Standard: 4

Approaches Standard: 3

Below Standard: 2

- The introduction includes


detailed background
information about the event
and its significance.
- The introduction includes a
full, thoughtful analysis of all
key concepts and how they
relate to the event.
- Introduction is engaging.
- Includes more than three
pieces of evidence from at
least five sources that give a
full picture of what happened
at Tolman High School
- Each piece of evidence is
accompanied by a thoughtful
3 or more sentence
explanation of significance

- The introduction includes


detailed background
information about the event
and its significance.
- The introduction includes an
analysis of all key concepts and
how they relate to the event.

The introduction does not


introduce the paper or
discuss key concepts.

- Includes three pieces of


evidence from two different
sources that give a picture of
what happened at Tolman.
- Each piece of evidence is
accompanied by a 2-3 sentence
explanation of significance

- The introduction does not


includes very little
background information
about the event and its
significance.
- The introduction includes
some key concepts with
partial explanation for how
they relate to event
- Includes 1-2 pieces of
evidence
and/or
-Some effort made to provide
2-3 sentence explanation of
significance for each piece of
evidence

- Analysis thoughtfully
explains each question listed
in requirements.
- Arguments are fully and
thoughtfully supported by
clearly appropriate evidence.
This evidence reflects an
accurate understanding of
historical context.
The conclusion explains the
importance of the evidence
and it impact on the larger
world

- Analysis explains each


question listed in requirements.
- Arguments are supported by
evidence. Evidence reflects an
accurate understanding of the
history.

- Some questions are


answered in analysis.
- Arguments are supported
by some evidence. Evidence
does not reflect an accurate
understanding of the history.

- Questions are not


answered in analysis
- Arguments are not
supported by evidence.

The conclusion explains the


importance of the evidence and
it impact on the larger world.

The conclusion somewhat


explains the importance of
the evidence and it impact on
the larger world.

The conclusion does not


explain the importance of
the evidence and it impact
on the larger world.

Action steps are incomplete

Action steps are missing

Drafts and final product are


complete and turned in on
time.

Drafts and final product


are is incomplete.

Three very logical, thoughtful


actions steps are suggested
Drafts and final product are
complete and turned in on
time. Feedback is used to
improve performance.

Three logical action steps are


suggested
Drafts and final product are
complete when due and class
time is used most of the time.

- Less than 1 piece of


evidence
and/or
- 2-3 sentence
explanations of the
significance of each piece
are missing

Missing: 1

WRITING:

Paragraphs contain
one clear, main idea
and all of the
information in that
paragraph supports
that idea. Transitions
are often used to
connect one idea to
the next.
Language used is
appropriate and
especially clear. You
have an excellent
vocabulary.

Paragraphs contain one


clear, main idea and all
of the information in
that paragraph supports
that idea.

Approaches Standard:
3
Some paragraphs may
contain more than one
main idea. Supporting
evidence does not
always support the
main idea of the
paragraph.

All of the language is


appropriate for an
academic paper.

Some of the language


is not appropriate for
an academic paper.

The language is not


appropriate for an
academic paper.

Grammar

Your paper is
extremely easy to read
with virtually no
grammatical errors.

Your paper may contain


a few grammatical
errors, but these do not
interfere with
understanding your
ideas.

Your paper contains


enough grammatical
errors that I have to
work to understand
your ideas.

Your paper contains


many grammatical
errors, and I cannot
properly understand
your ideas.

Format

Your paper perfectly


follows proper MLA
format for in-text
citations and works
cited.

Your paper may contain


a few errors in MLA
format, but most of the
citations are well done.

Your paper attempts


to follow MLA format,
but there are several
mistakes in format of
in-text citations or
works cited.

Your paper does not


properly follow MLA
format.

Above Standard: 5

Organization

Language
(Vocabulary
and Sentence
Structure)

Comments:

Meets Standard: 4

Below Standard: 2
The paragraphs are
not properly
organized, and it is
difficult to tell what
the main idea is in
each paragraph.

Missing: 1