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 Submit a three paragraph summary of Failure is Not an Option.  Use the criteria listed on the rubric , passage  and  instructor’s feedback as guides for revising  summary.

Remember that the summary should contain own wording.  You should not use the exact words or structure of the original. You should not use any website, cell phone,

Instructor feedback below:

 Additionally, you need to ensure you are referring to the author at the beginning (with the publication date) and again towards the end.  Go to the rubric and compare it to your writing to ensure you are on the right track and will receive maximum points for the final draft. 

Summary Paragraphs Grading Rubric (1)

Summary Paragraphs Grading Rubric (1)

Criteria

Ratings

Pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome1. The first sentence gives the overall main idea of the text, using the student’s own wording. The student refers to the author of the text by family name, followed by the year of publication in parenthesis.

0 pts

Unsatisfactory

The first sentence does not capture the main idea of the text and/or the sentence is very close to the author’s wording and/or the student did not acknowledge the author at all. (5 or fewer points)

0 pts

Marginal

The first sentence somewhat captures the main idea and purpose of the text and/or it is close to the author’s wording. The student did not acknowledge the author at all. (6 points)

0 pts

Satisfactory

The first sentence somewhat captures the main idea and purpose of the text and/or it is close to the author’s wording. The student may have inaccurately acknowledged the author. (7 points)

0 pts

Good

The first sentence mostly captures the main idea and purpose of the text. It is in the student’s own words. The student may have inaccurately acknowledged the author. (8-9 points)

0 pts

Excellent

The first sentence strongly captures the main idea and purpose of the entire text. It is in the student’s own words and the author of the text is acknowledged by family name and the year of publication. (10 points)

0 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome2. The next few sentences summarize other important points in the text in the student’s own wording. These sentences do not focus on small details, but instead give information that helps to complete the reader’s understanding of the first sentence. The student refers to the author of the text in appropriate ways.

0 pts

Unsatisfactory

The middle sentences do not effectively present other important points and/or the sentences are too focused on details. The student uses too much of the author’s original wording and/or the author might not have been referred to again (5 or fewer points)

0 pts

Marginal

The middle sentences do not effectively present other important points and/or the sentences are too focused on details. The sentences are close to the author’s original wording and/or the author might not have been referred to again. (6 points)

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