| EXEMPLARY | ACCOMPLISHED | DEVELOPING | BEGINNING | Argument: C (61/80) | Purpose and Audience15/20 | The writing engages the reader with an original approach to the subject. It may encompass conflicting ideas and inspires the reader to contemplate the relationship of complex ideas. The writer has used all required elements of MLA essay format. The student/teacher cover letter has been included, and its contents respond fully and thoughtfully to all the cover letter questions. | The writing goes beyond the minimum requirements of the assignment. It attempts to engage the reader through originality and presentation of complex ideas. The writer has used most of the required elements of MLA essay formatting, but may be missing one. The student/teacher cover letter has been included, and the writer has responded thoughtfully to the questions. | The writing meets the minimum requirements of the assignment. It offers insight into the subject through basic logic and the presentation of ideas based on some evidence. The writer has used some of the required elements of MLA essay formatting, but may be missing two or more. The student/teacher cover letter has been included but is incomplete. | The writing fails to meet the minimum requirements of the assignment. It offers little insight into the subject and has serious flaws in logic and omissions in evidence. The writer has used few or no elements of MLA essay formatting. The student/teacher cover letter is absent or is included but does not respond to any of the specified questions. | Thesis and Support 14/20 | The writing has a clearly articulated original thesis and key points supported by relevant evidence from the text and/or original research. In addition, all evidence has been clearly and thoroughly interpreted for readers. The writing shows an accurate understanding of the events of the text and identifies all characters and their relationships to each other and the events of the text accurately. The essay discusses specific interpretations of the text and is able to associate those interpretations with specific events and characters in the text through well-explained close reading of quotations. | The writing has a clear thesis and key points supported by appropriate, well-interpreted evidence and sound logic, though minor gaps in logic and argument may appear. The essay shows an accurate understanding of the events of the text and identifies all characters and their relationships to each other and the events of the text accurately. The writing discusses specific interpretations of the text, but may not make the connection between the evidence from the text and the interpretations completely clear. Quotations used may be a longer and less precisely used, and may need more in-depth analysis. | The writing has a thesis and related key points supported by evidence. Logical arguments may be one-sided or incomplete, and evidence may not be clearly or thoroughly analyzed. The essay may show confusion concerning the events and characters of the text and the relationships between characters and events. The writing discusses specific interpretations of the text, but refers to those interpretation generally, rather than associating them with specific events and characters. The writer did not use quotations in a focused way, but instead relied on general references to the text or summaries and/or large chunks of quotation from the text. | The writing may need a more clearly articulated thesis and/or appropriate key points. Fuzzy logic may be evident and adequate supporting evidence is lacking. The essay shows notable confusion concerning the events and characters of the text, and the relationships between characters and events, or the references to the text may be so general that it's impossible to determine how well the writer understood the text. Though the essay may give some interpretations of the text, the case made for those interpretations uses inaccurate or…
required to change the temperature of a substance by an amount ΔT can be calculated by using this equation: q = m x c x ΔT
Where m is the mass o the substance and c being the specific heat capacity. The units for c are kJ K −1 kg −1. The mass (m) needs to be in kilograms and ΔT in kelvin, q’s units are kJ. The specific heat capacity (c) is usually assumed to be 4.18 kJ K −1 kg −1
The first law of thermodynamics states that energy can be neither created or destroyed, but can only be converted…
Unit 2 – Business Resources
To: Gill McClelland
Submission date: 9th November 2012
Physical and Technological Resources
Section 1 – Introduction:
Brockenhurst College is based in the heart of the New Forest National Park. The college is a sixth form offering adult learning and employee training as well as a college for 16-19 year old students. There are 55 courses available at Brockenhurst, with a wide range of subjects to choose from. Brock College offers 7 different types of courses to suite…
Learn these basic pharmacology terms: (found on textbook page-44, Table 2-8)
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Terminology is extremely important in the study of Pharmaceuticals. Each of the terms below have very specific definitions which are important to understand. These can be found in chapter-3 of your textbook between pages 48 and 54, including Table 3-1.
Here is a partial list:
Biology Unit 2 Exam Revision Notes
The Five Kingdoms
Prokaryotes E.g. Bacteria
• no nucleus
• loop of naked DNA
• DNA not arranged in linear chromosomes
• no membrane-bound organelles
• smaller ribosome’s than other groups
• carry out respiration on mesosome’s (special membrane systems), not mitochondria
smaller cells than eukaryotes
• parasitic (some cause disease)
Protoctista E.g. Algae…
Unit 2 Take Home Assessment
English 11 : C
November 28th , 2014
The central idea of the excerpt is that Romeo is stunned by Juliet's beauty . In the text Romeo
makes it seems that as if Juliet is so gorgeous that there is nothing in the world that can compare
to her , he feels that there is no words in the world that can be used to describe her .Romeo is
tonguetied. In the text he says “ Beauty too rich for use , for earth too dear” he is talking about
Juliet . Al…
Choose four, approaches to support positive behaviour, from the following list. Evaluate the four approaches you have chosen to show how effective each one is at promoting positive behaviour.
1) Positive reinforcement strategies
-Practitioners can promote positive behaviour by rewarding children when they behave in acceptable ways. Children enjoy being rewarded, so they are encouraged to behave in the same way again. When children repeat behaviours, overtime they…
Where can you locate the grading rubrics for all of your assignments?
You can find the grading rubric for the assignment at the bottom of the page of the assignment itself.
2. What percent of your overall grade is the final project?
Part 1 is for 18% and part 2 is only 2% for an overall of 20%
3. Where can you check to see if you have a Canvas email message from your instructor?
By Clicking inbox in the top right corner of the page.
4. What is the highest grade that you can…
Engage in Personal Development in Health, Social Care or Children’s and Young People’s Settings
1.1 Describe the duties and responsibilities of own work role
My duties as a care worker involve giving clients personal care, such as assisting with washing, dressing, toileting requirements including catheter and convene care. Assisting with nutritional requirements such as meal planning/preparation/feeding. It is my responsibility to ensure that the client maintains an acceptable level of health…
many weeks a year?
(Unit 3.2 AC1.1)
Nursery Funding is available for 3 and 4 year olds. Every child is entitled to a maximum of 15 hours per week for 38 weeks of the year. The government provides this funding to ensure that children can receive 2 years of free education before they start school. Parents can top up this funding if their child is in pre-school for longer than this per week.
What other free provisions are under 5’s entitled to? (Unit 3.2 AC1.1)
Under 5’s are entitled…