A rubric is essentially a grading guide that tells you how your work will be assessed. The guide below is a basic rubric which you may use as a guide to how I will assess work throughout the year.
By giving you this guide you should have a better understanding of what is expected of you and of how you will be graded. This rubric is a composite of several rubrics used in several American and World courses taught at Barry University, Bowdoin College, Yale University, Manatee Community College, and Florida International University.
Essay (DBQ or FRQ) Submission Checklist My introduction provides background information in the context of the question. My thesis statement directly answers the question. My thesis statement is not simply a restatement of the question. My thesis provides a specific outline of the topics to be explored in the essay. A History essay grading rubrics is a set of clear standards that informs students of precise expectations for an assignment. The points below apply to longer written essays, to Thought Questions (classroom courses), and to online discussion postings.
A rubric provides the teacher with a fair, consistent set of criteria for assessing performance. The rubrics for the AP History DocumentBased Question (DBQ) and Long Essay Question (LEQ) have been modified for the school year, using feedback received from AP teachers and Readers and in tandem with recently announced changes to the Course and The following rubric describes levels of competence in completing an essay on a history exam or homework assignment other than a research paper.
Levels correspond roughly to letter grades (4 A, 1 F), although criteria will vary somewhat depending upon the nature and level of the class. The conclusion clearly restates the thesis, summarizes the main points of the essay and mirrors the intro wo repeating it verbatim.
10 points. The conclusion clearly restates the thesis and summarizes the main points of the essay. 9 Points The conclusion simply restates the thesis. 8 Points Conclusion is attempted but not clear or is incomplete. Narrative Essay Rubric This rubric will help you grade narrative essays. It is particularly focused on having a lead or attention catching technique as well as the inclusion of a turning point or climax.
On this page you will find a variety of criteria and rubrics you can use to assess writing in history courses. It is suggested that, if any grading rubric is used in a course, that all TAs for that course use the same or a similar rubrics. Grading tools such as spreadsheets and point conversion charts can be found on the Grading Tools page. Michael Smith. Associate Professor Department of History Faculty, School of Humanities and Sciences Faculty, Honors Program.
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