Work individually

  1. Work individually.
  2. Review your submission of Assignment 1 to see if you need to make any changes.
  3. Write a well-developed paragraph (140-180 words) based on your outline using one of
    the logical orders of text organization (see pp. 40-41).
  4. Your paragraph should be about the same topic that you selected for Assignment 1. In
    case you want to change the topic, inform your teacher!
  5. Use minimum one citation (direct quote, paraphrase or summary) to support your
    paragraph. Use AUM Library Database to find reliable sources.
  6. Add a reference at the end of the paragraph.
  7. Create a new Word document and type your paragraph.
  8. Submit your work as a file on your course Moodle. The deadline is stated on your Moodle
    course page.
    Grading
    15-12 11-8 7-4 3-0
    APA Information from one
    valid scholarly,
    academic source is
    introduced as direct
    quotation, paraphrase or
    summary; AUM library
    source is used. It is
    properly cited and
    referenced as per APA
    guidelines;
    Reference and in-text
    citations are
    available with a few
    flaws: inaccurately
    referenced, incomplete
    or wrong format of
    citations /references). So
    urce is scholarly.
    Either reference or intext citation is poorly
    done. Source is nonscholarly.
    No in-text citation or
    reference is available.
    Topic
    sentence
    Topic sentence
    introduces the main
    idea. It consists of a
    limited topic and a
    controlling idea. It is
    general enough and
    specific enough.
    Topic sentence
    introduces the main
    idea; it consists of a
    topic (topic is not
    limited) and a
    controlling idea. It is too
    general or too specific.
    Topic sentence is an
    announcement. It is too
    general or too specific;
    it is a fact or a
    definition. Either limited
    topic or controlling idea
    is missing;
    Topic sentence is
    missing.
    Unity Paragraph focuses on
    one idea; it is on topic
    and shows clear
    understanding of the
    subject matter. Every
    supporting sentence
    (including in-text
    citation) directly
    The main idea is vague;
    the paragraph is on topic
    and there is
    understanding of the
    topic. There are one or
    two irrelevant sentences,
    including in-text
    citation.
    Paragraph has two ideas.
    It is vaguely connected
    to the topic. The
    paragraph includes
    many irrelevant
    sentences, including intext citation.
    Paragraph has multiple
    ideas; it is off topic.
    There is no clear
    understanding of the
    subject matter.
    Supporting sentences do
    not relate to the main
    idea.
    explains or proves the
    main idea. There are no
    irrelevant sentences.
    Citation is related to the
    topic and wellintegrated.
    Concluding sentence
    paraphrases the topic
    sentence and / or
    summarizes the
    paragraph.
    Citation is partially
    related to the topic and
    well-integrated.
    Concluding sentence is
    partly linked to the topic
    sentence and paragraph
    summary (too general).
    Citation is vaguely
    related to the topic and
    badly integrated.
    Concluding sentence is
    not linked to the topic
    sentence nor does it
    summarize the
    paragraph.
    Citation is unrelated and
    badly integrated.
    Concluding sentence is
    missing.
    Support Paragraph is well
    supported:
    3 major supporting
    details are given.
    1-3 minor supporting
    details for each major
    one are provided.
    Supporting details are
    specific and adequate.
    Citation is adequate and
    appropriately
    positioned.
    Paragraph is supported:
    2 major supporting
    details are given. There
    are 1-2 minor
    supporting details for
    each major one.
    Supporting details,
    including in-text
    citation, are general and
    partially adequate.
    Citation is positioned
    well.
    Paragraph is partially
    supported:
    1 major supporting
    detail with one or two
    minor supporting
    details. Supporting
    details are too general
    and inadequate. Citation
    is not positioned well.
    Paragraph is not well
    supported. Main idea is
    not developed or simply
    paraphrased multiple
    times. Random ideas are
    listed.
    Coherence Information flows
    logically and ideas can
    be followed easily.
    There is a clear method
    of organization
    (chronological order,
    logical division of ideas
    or comparison /
    contrast). Coherence is
    enhanced through
    repeated key nouns,
    consistent pronouns and
    transition signals; 3-5
    transition words are
    used appropriately.
    Ideas are logically
    expressed, but there are
    digressions. One method
    of organization is
    applied.
    A few ways of
    enhancing text
    coherence (key nouns,
    pronouns, synonyms
    and transitions
    signals) are used.
    2 transition signals are
    used appropriately.
    Ideas are not always
    logical and digressions
    are common. Method of
    text organization is
    unclear.
    Few ways of text
    coherence are used.
    1 transition signal is
    used appropriately.
    Ideas are not logical.
    Method of text
    organization is
    missing. Ideas are
    randomly presented.
    There are no transition
    signals nor other ways
    of enhancing coherence.
    Sentence
    skills
    The paragraph
    demonstrates consistent
    control of grammar,
    word usage,
    punctuation, sentence
    construction and
    spelling. Very few
    errors found.
    Occasional errors are
    found. There are a few
    problems with
    capitalization and
    punctuation. Some
    sentences are
    wordy. Words are not
    always used accurately
    and effectively. 
    Frequent errors are
    found. Too vague or too
    general vocabulary is
    used. Words are
    repetitive and confusing.
    The paragraph contains
    several mechanical
    errors, which may
    confuse the reader.
    Sentence organization
    impedes understanding.
    The paragraph contains
    either many mechanical
    errors or a few
    crucial errors that hinder
    the understanding or
    ability to see connections
    between thoughts.
    Originality
    (10 pts)
    Paragraph is original
    (not copied)
    10 – 8
    Larger part of the
    paragraph is original.
    7 – 5
    Two or three sentences
    are original.
    4 – 2
    One or no sentences are
    original.
    1 – 0
    In case the paragraph is off topic, 20% of the grade is deducted.
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