Writing Activity 1: Prewriting & Research Packet Due Week 3 and worth 80 points Instructions: Follow the two-step process below to complete and submit Writing Activity 1. Here is a video tutorial to walk you through the process
Writing Activity 1: Prewriting & Research Packet Due Week 3 and worth 80 points
Instructions: Follow the two-step process below to complete and submit Writing Activity 1. Here
is a video tutorial to walk you through the process:
Complete the following prewriting activities in your Webtext. Week 1: Select Your Topic
Week 2: Develop Your Position and Draft Your Supporting Points
Week 3: Research Organizer
Download and Edit Your Work Download
After completing all of the activities and templates in your webtext.
Then download your Prewriting & Research Packet from the webtext.
(*** You will need to finish all writing templates before you are able to
download the packet)
Edit Your Work
Run your Word document through Grammarly to identify and correct
any issues with grammar, spelling, punctuation, sentence structure, or
style. NOTE: Refer to the webtext to learn how to sign up for
and use Grammarly.
Remember to remove all of the Grammarly comments and underlined
words before you submit!
RUBRIC Grading for this activity will be based on the following rubric:
Criteria No Credit 0%
Partial Credit 75%
Full Credit 100%
WRITING ACTIVITY 1: PREWRITING & RESEARCH PACKET
Submit To Blackboard Go to week 3 in your course and upload your Prewriting & Research Packet
Congratulations, you are well on your way to writing a great persuasive paper!
1. The student did not complete or submit any part of the activity.
The student completed and submitted only some parts of the activity.
The student completed and submitted all parts of the activity.
Select Your Topic Activities
2. The student did not develop their position or include any supporting points.
The position or supporting points were not fully complete.
The student developed their position and supporting points
Develop Your Position and Your Supporting Points
4. The student did not appear to edit their work. Many errors in spelling, grammar, or style are present.
The student partially edited their work. Some errors in spelling, grammar, or style are present.
The student fully edited their work. Few or no errors in spelling, grammar, or style are present.
3. The student did not include any sources in the Research Organizer.
The student included 5 or fewer sources, and may or may not have summarized and described the support of the top three sources. Or the student may have included 6 sources and only summarized 1-2 of the top three sources.
The student included 6 sources. For each of the top three sources, the student provided a summary and identified how that source supports the student’s position.