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Evaluation: Your infographic will be entered into PlusPortals as a presentation grade and it

will be evaluated using the following rubric.
Category

3 points

2 points

1 point

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Thesis
Statement

Insightfully
addresses all
aspects of the
prompt and
introduces
precise claim(s)
in a sophisticated
thesis statement.

Competently
addresses all
aspects of the
prompt and
introduces
reasonable claim(s)
in a clear thesis
statement.

Superficially
addresses all
aspects of the
prompt and
introduces
claim(s) in a
thesis
statement.

Minimally
addresses
some aspect of
the prompt and
fails to
introduce a
relevant claim
and/or lacks a
thesis
statement.

Evidence

Provides
substantial and
pertinent
evidence to
support claim(s)
and effectively
integrates and
cites credible
sources and/or
textual evidence

Provides sufficient
and relevant
evidence to support
claim(s) and
competently
integrates and cites
credible sources
and/or textual
evidence.

Provides limited
and/or
superficial
evidence to
support claim(s)
and ineffectively
integrates or
cites adequate
sources and/or
textual
evidence.

Provides
inaccurate,
little, or no
evidence to
support
claim(s) and
does not use or
cite sources
and/or textual
evidence.

Graphics

All graphics are
related to the
topic and make it
easier to
understand.

All graphics are
related to the topic
and most make it
easier to
understand.

All graphics
relate to the
topic.

Graphics do
not relate to the
topic.

Attractiveness The infographic is
exceptionally
attractive in terms
of design, layout,
and neatness.

The infographic is
attractive in terms of
design, layout, and
neatness.

The infographic
is acceptably
attractive
though it may
be a bit messy.

The infographic
is distractingly
messy or very
poorly
designed. It is
not attractive.

Grammar

There are no
grammatical
mistakes on the
infographic.

There is 1
grammatical mistake
on the infographic.

There are 2
grammatical
mistakes on the
infographic.

There are more
than 2
grammatical
mistakes on
the infographic.

Mechanics

Capitalization
and punctuation
are correct
throughout the
infographic.

There is 1 error in
capitalization or
punctuation.

There are 2
errors in
capitalization or
punctuation on
the infographic.

There are more
than 2 errors in
capitalization or
punctuation on
the infographic.

Using
Feedback

I ask others
(peers, staff and
mentors) for
feedback and
advice, and
consider their
ideas seriously in
thinking about my
work.

I usually consider
feedback and
advice from some
sources when trying
to improve my work.

I consider some
feedback and
advice when
trying to
improve my
work.

I don't consider
feedback or
advice when I
think about
how to improve
my work.

Persisting

I recognize that
large and
complex
problems or
projects may not
have clear or
simple solutions,
and when I do
not solve a
problem right
away, I take a
different
perspective and
try again.

I sometimes feel
frustrated or
discouraged when
problems or projects
do not have clear or
simple answers, but
I can still persist
when I don't find a
solution right away.

I like problems
or projects with
clear, simple
answers. I get
frustrated when
I don't find them
and sometimes
give up.

I quit working
on a problem
or
project if I don't
see a clear
solution right
away.

Other Comments: This infographic is visually appealing and captures the essence of both
your arguments and the poem. Remember when we write the lines in the poem, we need to
indicate the line breaks with a “ / “ .
23 / 24 points