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Based on Unsolved Mysteries of History, there is little to suggest

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Question # 00727139 Subject English Topic American Literary Tradition Tutorials:
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Legends Essay

When you make a claim in an essay, you express an idea or opinion about information in a text. But an effective essay does more than state ideas and opinions. To persuade your readers to accept your point of view, you’ll need to support your claim with evidence, including facts, details, examples, or logical reasons. Complete the attached worksheet from lesson 4 to practice using textual evidence.  You may use the ideas from the worksheet for your essay.  Submitting the worksheet is optional and will not count against your grade; but will help you with understanding how to use textual evidence. 

Please read the question to be answered carefully--this assignment is not asking you to write about The Legend of King Arthur. The prompt for the essay is below:

The legend of King Arthur is well-known in literature. Based on Unsolved Mysteries of History, there is little to suggest it is true. Do you think it is important for people to believe in legends like King Arthur even if there is little evidence to support them? Why or why not? Write a short (3 paragraphs) explanatory essay stating your opinion. Justify your opinion and conclusions with relevant textual evidence (quotes or paraphrased ideas from sources) and background knowledge. Remember to use relevant vocabulary from the text in your essay. 

 

 

 

 

This table lists criteria and criteria group name in the first column. The first row lists level names and includes scores if the rubric uses a numeric scoring method. Criteria

 

Introduction: Background/History Defining the Problem Claim Statement

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Well-developed introduction engages the reader and creates interest. Contains detailed background information and a clear explanation of the problem. The claim clearly states a significant and compelling position.

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Argumentative Points: Refutation/ Development

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The student created a well-developed argumentative points, which directly supported the writer’s claim / position. Supporting examples were concrete and detailed. Commentary was logical and well-thoughtout. Counter claims acknowledged opposing viewpoints clearly and skillfully. Conclusion revisited the claim in a new way and applied the writer’s position universally.

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Organization: Structure Transitions

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Logical progression of ideas with a clear structure that enhances the claim. Transitions are smooth and provide coherence between and among ideas.

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Style & Conventions: Syntax (sentence variety & “flow”)/ Diction (word choice)/ Tone/ Spelling, punctuation, & capitalization

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Writing is smooth, skillful, and coherent. Sentences are strong and expressive with varied structure. Diction is consistent and words are well-chosen. The tone is highly consistent with writer’s position / claim and appropriate throughout essay. Punctuation, spelling, & capitalization are accurate with few or no errors.

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Sources: Use of sources/ MLA Format Relevance/reliability

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Evidence from sources is smoothly and logically integrated into essay and serves to add credibility & insight into writer’s position / claim. All sources are cited accurately and are highly relevant and reliable.

 

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