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Eng 301 key word.

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by Alejandro Plascencia

Submission date: 31-Oct-2018 02:09PM (UT C-0700)


Submission ID: 1030593996
File name: Eng_301_key_word.docx
Word count: 770
Character count: 4524
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GRADEMARK REPORT

FINAL GRADE GENERAL COMMENTS

Instructor

90
Alejandro,

T his is, f or the most part, a thorough explanation


of this term. T hat said, you needed to go a bit
f urther in depth with your f ormal def inition, beyond

/100
the etymology. You want to avoid using the word in
order to def ine it. Overall though, nice work.

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Article Error You may need to remove this article.

Strikethrough.

Sp. T his word is misspelled. Use a dictionary or spellchecker when you proof read your work.

Hyph. Review the rules f or using punctuation marks.

Sp. T his word is misspelled. Use a dictionary or spellchecker when you proof read your work.

Comment 2 | Rhet Focus

Ok, but what does "self " mean?

Verb T his verb may be incorrect. Proof read the sentence to make sure you have used the correct
f orm of the verb.

Sp. T his word is misspelled. Use a dictionary or spellchecker when you proof read your work.

Sp. T his word is misspelled. Use a dictionary or spellchecker when you proof read your work.

Sp. T his word is misspelled. Use a dictionary or spellchecker when you proof read your work.
Sp. T his word is misspelled. Use a dictionary or spellchecker when you proof read your work.

Verb T his verb may be incorrect. Proof read the sentence to make sure you have used the correct
f orm of the verb.

Sp. T his word is misspelled. Use a dictionary or spellchecker when you proof read your work.

Possessive Review the rules f or possessive nouns.

Missing "," Review the rules f or using punctuation marks.

Missing "," Review the rules f or using punctuation marks.

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S/V T his subject and verb may not agree. Proof read the sentence to make sure the subject agrees
with the verb.

Pronoun T his pronoun may be incorrect.

Verb T his verb may be incorrect. Proof read the sentence to make sure you have used the correct
f orm of the verb.

Prep. You may be using the wrong preposition.

Article Error You may need to remove this article.

Verb T his verb may be incorrect. Proof read the sentence to make sure you have used the correct
f orm of the verb.

Verb T his verb may be incorrect. Proof read the sentence to make sure you have used the correct
f orm of the verb.

Verb T his verb may be incorrect. Proof read the sentence to make sure you have used the correct
f orm of the verb.

Missing "," Review the rules f or using punctuation marks.

Possessive
Article Error You may need to use an article bef ore this word. Consider using the article
the.

Prep. You may be using the wrong preposition.

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RUBRIC: 30 1 DEFINITION RUBRIC

RHET FOCUS Prof icient


Rhetorical Focus: Write f ormally and inf ormally, in-class and out-of -class, f or a variety of audiences and
purposes.

ABSENT

BELOW BASIC

DEVELOPING

PROFICIENT

ADVANCED

ORGANIZ AT ION Advanced


Organize, f ocus, and communicate one’s thoughts clearly and ef f ectively to address a rhetorical situation.

ABSENT

BELOW BASIC

DEVELOPING

PROFICIENT

ADVANCED

LANG & DESIGN Prof icient


Academic Language and Design: Recognize, evaluate, and employ the f eatures and contexts of language
and design that express and inf luence meaning and that demonstrate sensitivity to gender and cultural
dif f erences.

ABSENT

BELOW BASIC

DEVELOPING

PROFICIENT

ADVANCED

CIT AT ION Advanced


Use your major’s customary citation style to ethically cite and communicate inf o f rom a variety of
appropriate sources

ABSENT

BELOW BASIC
DEVELOPING

PROFICIENT

ADVANCED