This essay should demonstrate your ability to:Craft a clear, organized narrative that explores the role that literacy plays in your life.Create vivid scenes using description and strong verbs.Use dialogue in a meaningful way.Convey the significance of the event being narrated (this may include a connection to a larger social or cultural issue).Exhibit development through the writing process (drafts, peer review workshops, conference).Create clear, well-edited writing that is largely free of proofreading errors and errors of grammar, mechanics, and syntax.
Grading Rubric: We will be using the following assessment criteria :
Central Claim/Thesis Statement (15 points)–The central claim is the point you want your story to make. As opposed to “the moral of the story,” the central claim of a story should be complex, engaging, and open to multiple interpretations.Development (20 points)–In order for your story to make a point, the details in your story should support your central claim.Analysis (20 points)–Analysis explores and answers the questions “So what?” or “How?” or “Why?” The most successful analysis affirms and furthers the central claim by demonstrating its complexity and significance. In this particular case, you are analyzing how what you learned (or failed to learn) matters. The connections and relationships between the details in your story should connect to the significance of the story. This significance should become clear to the reader by connecting to their experience through a shared cultural insight.Organization (15 points)- By controlling how you tell your story, you will keep your reader interested and wanting to know more. By keeping the reader in the scene of your story, you help them understand more completely what you want them to consider. If the reader gets lost in your story because the ordering of events becomes confusing, the reader is likely to disconnect from the point you want your story to make. The very best stories will attempt to connect to reader experience well before the last paragraph.Clarity of Prose (20 points)- For this assignment, you will want to use active subjects and strong verbs in order to keep your readers engaged. Doing so will help you keep your details clear and your scenes well described.Revisions (10 points)- Extensive revisions made after multiple drafts, peer review, and instructor feedback.
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