Argument: The essay presents one complex argument. Someone could disagree with this argument, but the essay suggests (explicitly or implicitly) that the author has considered counter-arguments.
Evidence: The entire essay supports the argument by referencing personal experience and careful analysis of passages from the reading.
Organization: The essay is organized clearly to support one argument, with smooth transitions between paragraphs. Each paragraph has a clear topic sentence introducing the main point being made and ample evidence to support that point. The first paragraph introduces the argument and the conclusion pulls all of the pieces together and offers the larger stakes of the argument.
Citation: This essay indicates clearly where the ideas of others end and the authorâ€™s ideas begin. It follows the style demonstrated in the prompts for the inclusion of ideas via paraphrase and direct quotation.
Clarity: This essay is easy to understand. There are few to no grammatical errors.
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