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· You will have to write a one page response essay
· It must be one page in length, 12 pt font, Times New Roman, 1 inch margins on all sides, black font, double-spaced, and turned into the appropriate area.
· state what you liked, disliked, your overall opinions, and why.
· This paper is due at 5 pm on June 22, 2020 (Eastern Central Time)
on Stephen Kings piece “Premium Harmony” found here:
https://docs.google.com/viewer?a=v&pid=sites&srcid=c2RhazEyLm5ldHxtcnMtb3J0bWFuLXBldGVyc3xneDo0OTUyZjAyZDRkMjhjMTA4
Response Paper Rubric
A: This response paper provides a well-organized response to the topic and maintains a central focus.
The ideas are expressed in appropriate language.
A sense of pattern of development is present from beginning to end.
The writer supports assertions with explanation or illustration, and the vocabulary is well suited to the context.
Sentences reflect a command of syntax within the ordinary range of standard written English.
Grammar, punctuation, and spelling are almost always correct.
B: This response paper provides an organized response to the topic.
The ideas are expressed in clear language most of the time.
The writer develops ideas and generally signals relationships within and between paragraphs.
The writer uses vocabulary that is appropriate for the assignment and avoids oversimplifications or distortions.
Sentences generally are correct grammatically, although some errors may be present when sentence structure is particularly complex.
With few exceptions, grammar, punctuation, and spelling are correct.
C: This response paper shows a basic understanding of the demands of organization, although there might be occasional digressions.
The development of ideas is sometimes incomplete or rudimentary, but a basic logical structure can be discerned.
Vocabulary generally is appropriate for the assignment but at times is oversimplified.
Sentences reflect a sufficient command of standard written English to ensure reasonable clarity of expression.
Common forms of agreement and grammatical inflection are usually, although not always, correct.
The writer generally demonstrates through punctuation an understanding of the boundaries of the sentence.
The writer spells common words, except perhaps so-called “demons,” with a reasonable degree of accuracy.
D: This response paper provides a response to the topic but generally has no overall pattern of organization.
Ideas are often repeated or undeveloped, although occasionally a paragraph within the assignment does have some structure.
The writer uses informal language occasionally and records conversational speech when appropriate written prose is needed.
Vocabulary often is limited.
The writer generally does not signal relationships within and between paragraphs.
Syntax is often rudimentary and lacking in variety.
The response paper has recurrent grammatical problems, or because of an extremely narrow range of syntactical choices, only occasional grammatical problems appear.
The writer does not demonstrate a firm understanding of the boundaries of the sentence.
The writer occasionally misspells common words of the language.
F: This response paper begins with a response to the topic but does not develop that response.
It suffers from general incoherence and has no discernible pattern of organization.
Ideas are repeated frequently, or are presented randomly, or both.
It displays a high frequency of error in the regular features of standard written English.
The writer uses informal language frequently and does little more than record conversational speech.
Words are often misused, and vocabulary is limited.
Syntax is often tangled and is not sufficiently stable to ensure reasonable clarity of expression.
Lapses and errors in punctuation, spelling, and grammar often frustrate the reader.
The response paper may be so brief that any reasonably accurate judgment of the writer’s competence is impossible.