In addressing the specific task directions, a 4 response presents a competent analysis of the issue and conveys meaning with acceptable clarity.
A typical response in this category
• presents a clear position on the issue in accordance with the assigned task
• develops the position with relevant reasons and/or examples
• is adequately focused and organized
• demonstrates sufficient control of language to express ideas with acceptable clarity
• generally demonstrates control of the conventions of standard written English, but may have some errors
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You have tried to make a good analysis and argument about the information the piece.
- The introductory part has been well developed. The counter arguments in the main body have been well developed.
- You have given good comparison of information.
- It is actually recommended that you make some sort of stand point at the end of every paragraph. For example, "Without such convincing evidence that a shift in recycling will affect the amount of garbage, the arguer's claim is still a joke." This can be a sum up sentence of the second paragraph.
- You have developed a good conclusion to the analysis.
You should try to avoid grammar errors. - Try to make your views clear. For example, the clause "the major is not reference to this change" is hard to comprehend. The subject is obscure and the formation itself is poor.
- Be mindful of the verb tenses and use of articles, most especially the definite article.
- In a formal writing, never should "and" be used to start a sentence like you did in your conclusion.
- Avoid unnecessary words that might make the essay verbose.
You can write better if you address the grammar issues and employ standard sentence structures and good vocabulary.
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