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Page history last edited by PBworks 16 years, 7 months ago

The total score of my evaluation is out of 20 points. I gave 5 points if the student stayed on point of his or her narrative story and managed to keep a narrative stand point. I also gave 10 points if the students length was of over 200 words and penalized a point for every 15 points and student was below 200 words. I also gave 5 points for structure ande how enjoyable the story was.


I gave Regina 4 out of 5 points for her narrative stand point because she maintained a narrative style throughout the whole story except the very begining. I dont know what that was in the begining. It seemed as if she had the a conversation written out and I would not call that narrative. The rest of the story was good.


She got 10 out of 10 points for her length was in compliance.


She also received 5 out of 5 points for structure and it that the story was very enjoyable.


The final grade was 19/20 points.





I find your rubric to be less-than-helpful, because it selects word-count, coherence, and structure as benchmarks, without any reference to why these benchmarks might be important to Regina's intended audience. First of all, word-count is totally superfluous to Regina's rhetorical situation. Indeed, as a benchmark in-and-of itself, word-counts have much to do with rhetorical situations or narratival artistry; rather, as our discussions in class make clear, a writer's ability to entrain audience sentiment and attention is best understood according to the constraints of each given case. Returning then to Regina's case: why is strict coherence important? What is it about the structure that makes her narrative effective? Provide examples and links, and reconsider your evaluation.


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