|Context||The student clearly defines his/her main idea.||The students main idea is not clear in his/her piece.||There is no main idea in the piece.|
|The student uses ample evidence (quotes) from the text to support the main idea.||The student uses some evidence from the text to support the main idea.||The student uses little to no evidence to support the main idea.|
|Conventions||The student created the piece with the customary format it is known for.||The format lacks some of the features that it is known for.||The customary format was no taken into consideration.|
|Grammar||There are little to no grammatical errors.||There are some grammatical errors.||There are far to many grammatical errors for someone who has access to spell check.|
Robert Lovelace, Mickael Lall, Dagoberto Guerra, Avinash Singh, Timothy Taylor
Grading – Our group agreed that it was a good idea to count the Business Letter and Email with more weight than the other platforms.
- Business Letter 30%
- Email 30%
- 3rd Platform 20%
- 4th Platform 20%
Context – How well does the student conveys his/her main idea?
Supportive Evidence – Does the student use evidence (i.e. quotes) from the text to support the main idea?
Conventions – How well does the student follow the format normally used for that particular platform (i.e. using hashtag for twitter)?
Grammar – Are there any grammatical errors?