Identifies an inappropriate problem or represents the issue inaccurately
Identifies main problem but does omits relevant issues;
Does not identify the relationship between different aspects or issues within the problem.
Some discussion or relationships between subsidiary issues
Clearly addresses the relationship among subsidiary issues;
Identifies not only the basics of the issue but also recognizes subtle nuances of the issue
Misses major content areas;
Detects no inconsistencies;
Chooses biased sources.
Notes some bias;
Recognizes basic content;
States some inconsistencies;
Selects sources adequately.
Sees no arguments;
Sees some arguments;
Identifies some differences;
Assumes information valid.
Seeks out information
Uses reasonable judgment;
Vies information critically
Draws faulty conclusions;
Shows intellectual dishonesty
Presents few options;
Overlooks some information
Attributes sources Suggests solutions;
Discusses issues thoroughly;
Shows intellectual honesty;
Uses language inappropriate to target audience
Points are logically developed and flow logically from one idea to the next
Does not make connections among ideas
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