Draft 1 by Stephanie Church Submission date: 15-Apr XXXXXXXXXX:13AM (UTC-0700) Submission ID: XXXXXXXXXX File name: Document_38.docx (12.59K) Word count: 250 Character count: 1192 Explain Explain...

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Draft 1
by Stephanie Church
Submission date: 15-Apr XXXXXXXXXX:13AM (UTC-0700)
Submission ID: XXXXXXXXXX
File name: Document_38.docx (12.59K)
Word count: 250
Character count: 1192
Explain
Explain
Intro
specific
Rhetorical Question
Explain
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SIMILARITY INDEX
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INTERNET SOURCES
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PUBLICATIONS
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STUDENT PAPERS
Exclude quotes On
Exclude bibliography On
Exclude matches Off
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ORIGINALITY REPORT
PRIMARY SOURCES
QM
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FINAL GRADE
73/100
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GRADEMARK REPORT
GENERAL COMMENTS
Instructor
PAGE 1
Explain
Explaining this more would help the reader understand what you mean, and likely help you
develop your own ideas more. 
Additional Comment
Kegler also think the phrase "white fragility" is protecting white people's feelings. 
Explain
Explaining this more would help the reader understand what you mean, and likely help you
develop your own ideas more. 
Additional Comment
the connotations of these different phrases are an important part of the argument and need
to be explained more
Intro
This intro paragraph should tell the reader all the major things you're going to discuss in the
paper.
specific
try to be more specific here. what exactly do you mean?
Rhetorical Question
it's better to not use questions like this because you can't rely on the reader to answer them
as you expect
QM Explain
Explaining this more would help the reader understand what you mean, and likely help you
develop your own ideas more. 
RUBRIC: ZANE PAPER RUBRIC
CONTENT
A
B
C
D
F
ORGANIZATION
A
B
C
D
F
CLARITY
A
B
C
D
 
C
Fully responds to the prompt. Accurately represents content of course texts.
Discussion indicates careful thought. Apt use of examples.
Responds directly to prompt. Accurately represents content of course texts. May
miss one or two major points. Discussion indicates some careful thought.
Occasional apt use of examples.
Ignores some major part of the prompt. Inaccurately represents main ideas of
readings. Discussion is confused or superficial. Few if any use of examples.
Ignores major parts of the prompt. Inaccurately represents main ideas of
readings. Little to no discussion or explanation of ideas. No use of examples.
Fails to address prompt. Inaccurately represents main ideas of readings. No
discussion or explanation of ideas.
C
Introduction explains all major points of the paper. Each paragraphed discusses
one specific idea. Paragraphs are organized well.
Introduction explains most major points. Each paragraph is roughly about one
idea. Paper is, for the most part, organized well.
Introduction explains little of the paper. Paragraphs discuss multiple major ideas.
Paper is disorganized with little attempt at transitions.
No introduction. Ideas not grouped into paragraphs. Paper is disorganized and
lacks transitions.
No introduction or sensical paragraphs.
B
No unnecessary repetition or overly complex sentences. All technical terms are
defined. Words are carefully chosen. Few, if any, typos or grammatical errors.
Little unnecessary repetition or overly complex sentences. Few undefined
technical terms. Some imprecise word choice. Some typos or grammatical errors.
Unnecessary repetition or overly complex sentences. Many undefined technical
terms. Continued imprecise word choice. Distracting typos and grammatical
errors.
A lot of unnecessary repetition and/or unnecessarily complex sentences. Most
technical terms left undefined. Confusing word choice. Typos and grammatical
errors make many sentences difficult to read.
F Prose is generally very difficult or impossible to follow. Typos and grammatical
errors make many sentences very difficult to read.
Answered 3 days AfterMay 04, 2021

Solution

Anurag Pathak answered on May 08 2021
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