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25048600 EVALUATION RUBRIC
Your instructor will evaluate your prewriting based on the criteria on the next page.
In the Successful College Writing textbook, read pages 338–345 and page 350. Then, complete the examination.
OBJECTIVE
To prepare an 1,100- to 1,200-word, process analysis essay that incorporates narration and description, using the content and instructor feedback from the Process Analysis Prewriting
assignment
Lesson 6
Prewriting Classification and Division
OBJECTIVE
For this exam, you’ll choose one of the assigned topics and write an outline or graphic organizer to plan and develop your information before you begin to draft your essay.
The information you use to prepare your graphic organizer should be based on your own knowledge and experience of your subject. If you do research or incorporate information
that’s not considered common knowledge into your prewriting, you must cite it according to MLA format. Refer to Chapters 22–23 in Successful College Writing or Chapters 39–40 in The
Little, Brown Essential Handbook.
Objectives
EXAMINATION NUMBER
For this exam, you’ll do the following:
Identify the steps in the writing process
Use prewriting, drafting, revising, and editing to write formal, college-level essays
Distinguish among different patterns of development
Apply an appropriate pattern of development to a specific purpose and audience
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Write effective thesis statements
Develop paragraphs using topic sentences, adequate detail, supporting evidence, and transitions
Apply the conventions of standard written American English to produce correct, well-written essays
 Genres of movies, television shows, or video games
Social media or networking sites and applications
Places you’ve lived, visited, or vacationed
Note: You may not submit this essay until you’ve received your grade and instructor feedback on your prewriting exam.
While you’re waiting for your prewriting, you should
Review the reading assignments for Lesson 6.
Study the sample Classification and Division Essays and the Guided Writing Assignment in Chapter 16 in your textbook.
Prepare a rough draft of your classification and division essay so you’re ready to revise your essay when you receive feedback on your prewriting.
Before you begin the examination, please read pages 432–438 in your Successful College Writing textbook.
OBJECTIVE
To prepare a 1,200–1,500-word classification and division essay based on your graphic organizer
Objectives
For this exam, you’ll do the following:
Identify the steps in the writing process
Use prewriting, drafting, revising, and editing to write formal, college-level essays
Distinguish among different patterns of development
Apply an appropriate pattern of development to a specific purpose and audience
Write effective thesis statements
Develop paragraphs using topic sentences, adequate detail, supporting evidence, and transitions
Apply the conventions of standard written American English to produce correct, well-written essays
Topic
Lesson 7
Essay—Classification and Division
EXAMINATION NUMBER
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Use your topic from the previous classification and division assignment. Don’t switch topics. You’ll develop your essay from the graphic organizer you submitted for your previous
assignment. Your topic should be one of the following:
Sports—general, types of fans, or influence on culture