Problem-Solution Grading Scale
Problem has been clearly identified along with its significance for your audience. The solution is clearly defined, describes the potential impact on the problem, and outlines steps for implementation. Benefits of the solution and any potential shortcomings are identified. Some effort has been made to refute objections.
Points Possible: 50
The paper is well organized with logical development of ideas and good use of transitions to the reader follow the logic of your argument. Assertions are supported. Outside source material had been incorporated, using appropriate citations and with logical connections to surrounding material, judicious use of direct quotes, effective paraphrasing and appropriate analysis and interpretation.
Points Possible: 37.5
Evidence of Revision
The author has significantly reshaped portions of the text rather than merely correcting surface errors.
Points Possible: 25
The paper uses MLA (APA, Chicago, _____________) style and a reference list is included. The paper is relatively free of spelling, punctuation, and grammar errors.
Points Possible: 12.5
Total Points Possible: 100
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