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English | Assignment | Fictional Narrative

Assignment

Fictional Narrative

Your short story should be 1–2 pages long.

Before submitting your story, make sure you story has

An exposition, rising action, climax, and a resolution.

A setting, plot, and theme.

Imagery to create mood.

A narrator with a consistent point of view.

Dialogue to move the plot and show the characters’ ideas and feelings.

Consistent verb tense.

A variety of sentence structures—simple, compound, complex.

Correct capitalization, punctuation, and spelling.

Refer to the rubric to make sure you turn in your best work.

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English | Assignment | Research Report Rough Draft

Assignment

Research Report Rough Draft

Your draft should be 500–750 words long. Synthesize the information from your sources, but make sure that your voice as the writer of the paper can be heard.

Make sure you have

Written a strong thesis statement.

Written body paragraphs with topic sentences and supporting details.

Included only information relevant to your topic.

Summarized and paraphrased information from your research.

Clearly identified quotations by naming the source and punctuating correctly.

Written a conclusion that restates the thesis and sums up your main ideas.

Used a variety of sentence structures.

Included a list of sources.

Review the rubric to ensure you are submitting your best work.

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English | Writing Checklist | Research Draft Checklist

Writing Checklist

Research Draft Checklist

ItemDetails or Steps
Follow research plan when drafting. Follow research plan when drafting.
Introduction-previews subtopics, includes the thesis.
Body paragraphs—contain topic and supporting sentences.
Body paragraphs—summarize and paraphrase information from different sources.
Smoothly incorporate information from multiple sources using the writer’s voice, not the source’s voice.
Clearly explain ideas, concepts, and information, so the reader can make connections and understand the topic.
Concluding paragraph—restates thesis, summarizes information.
Use specific language and vocabulary to explain ideas.
Use transitions to guide the reader through ideas and to connect pieces of the text together.
Use a consistent tone, style, and voice.
Use correct grammar, punctuation, and spelling.
Use a variety of sentences—simple, compound, and complex.
Are the ideas clearly explained?
Are there transitions between ideas and paragraphs?
Is the information organized in a logical way?
Is there enough supporting evidence?
Check punctuation, spelling, and grammar.
Save word-processed final draft and submit

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