Discourse Community Ethnography Rubric 4:30-5:45:pm class
Note: As a class, we developed the following criteria to evaluate your ethnographies. The categories and criteria listed below are listed in the order that we decided, from most to least essential to the overall success of the paper.
These items should impact the overall success of the paper:
A successful results section should:
A successful introduction should:
A successful conclusion should:
A successful methods section should:
Your paper must maintain a focus on your argument and must be clear to the reader
Give a focus for the section and tells how that heading relates to your argument
Have an argument and purpose for that argument
Be concise and to the point, and should tie your argument together
Explain what you did and why
MLA is good enough that I can tell where your quotes came from
Gives evidence from the textbook, personal experience, and/or data, and then analyzes this evidence
Give background on the DC and refer to qualified experts from our textbook
Tells what you learned from your research and/or what someone else can learn.
Explain the process and purpose of what you did, and include examples and explanations of examples.
/8 points total
/6 points total
/ 4 points total
/4 points total
/3 points total Total score (out of 25 points):
DC Ethnography Rubric
ENC 1101-0123/ Fall 2011
A rubric for your DC ethnography paper.