English I have attached the questions below in. PDF file ENG 122 Importance of Analysis Assignment Guidelines and Rubric Overview: This week, you learned

English I have attached the questions below in. PDF file ENG 122 Importance of Analysis Assignment Guidelines and Rubric

Overview: This week, you learned about active reading and analysis by looking more closely at a selected reading. In doing so, you unco vered ideas in the
“Turning Off, Dining In” article that may have been difficult to identify during your literal reading of the text.

To prepare for this assignment, please reread your selected article and your notes from Module One. Then, in a Microsoft Word document, answer the following
questions:

 Discuss the context of your selected article, the author’s purpose, and the style and tone. What have you learned from this early analysis?
 How will a closer analysis of the author’s claim and the structure of the writing help you learn more about your selected reading?
 Now that you have discussed the author’s purpose for writing the selected reading, do you think the author’s writing is effective in achieving their

purpose? What led you to this conclusion?

In total, the reflection should be three fully developed paragraphs in length. (Consider one paragraph per question, 5–8 sentences each.) Remember to refer to
the rubric below to make sure you’re fulfilling the requirements for this assignment.

Rubric

Guidelines for Submission: Save your work in a Microsoft Word document with double spacing, 12-point Times New Roman font, and one-inch margins. Then,
check your writing for errors. Once you have proofread your document, submit it via the Module Two, 2-5 Assignment: Importance of Analysis link in

Brightspace.

Critical Elements Exemplary (100%) Proficient (85%) Needs Improvement (55%) Not Evident (0%) Value

Context of Selected
Article

Meets “Proficient” criteria and
discusses the context of the
selected article and the author’s
purpose, style, and tone, and
provides specific, detailed
examples to illustrate analysis

Discusses the context of the
selected article and the author’s
purpose, style, and tone

Discusses the context of the
selected article and the author’s
purpose, style, and tone, but
response is unclear or cursory

Does not discuss the context of
the selected article and the
author’s purpose, style, and
tone

25

Analysis of Author’s
Claim

Meets “Proficient” criteria and
provides specific, detailed
examples to describe how an
analysis of the author’s claim
and structure of the writing will
help someone learn more about
the selected reading

Describes how an analysis of the
author’s claim and structure of
the writing will help someone
learn more about the selected
reading

Describes how an analysis of the
author’s claim and structure of
the writing will help someone
learn more about the selected
reading, but leaves gaps in
reasoning or clarity

Does not describe how an
analysis of the author’s claim
and structure of the writing will
help someone learn more about
the selected reading

25

Critical Elements Exemplary (100%) Proficient (85%) Needs Improvement (55%) Not Evident (0%) Value

Author’s Effectiveness Meets “Proficient” criteria and
makes clear a nd specific
connections between author’s
writing choices and
effectiveness

Explains current assessment of
author’s effectiveness and what
led to this conclusion

Explains current assessment of
author’s effectiveness and
explains what led to this
conclusion, but response leaves
gaps in reasoning or cl arity

Does not explain current
assessment of author’s
effectiveness

25

Length Writes three or more fully
developed paragraphs, with
exceptional detail, that directly
relate to the assignment prompt

Writes three developed
paragraphs (5–8 sentences each)
that directly relate to the
assignment prompt

Writes three paragraphs, but
content is not fully developed or
does not directly relate to the
assignment prompt

Does not write t hree developed
paragraphs (5–8 sentences each)

15

Articulation of
Response

Reflection is free of errors in
organization and grammar

Reflection is mostly free of
errors of organization and
grammar; existing errors are
marginal and rarely interrupt the
flow

Reflection contains errors of
organization and grammar, but
they are limited enough that
reflection can be understood

Reflection contains errors of
organization and grammar t hat
make the reflection difficult to
understand

10

Total 100%

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