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Part I: Read & Evaluate Revisit the assignment for your Essay #3, then read the student sample paper (attached at the bottom of the page), “Confederate Monuments: Contextualism, Virtue, and the Preservation of History,” which was written for this course on a different issue from which you have to select, and then using the rubric for your Tompkins-Style argument, which will be used to grade your essay, give the paper points in each area, to total up to 300 points, and then assign a corresponding grade.

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Part I: Read & Evaluate Revisit the assignment for your Essay #3, then read the student sample paper (attached at the bottom of the page), “Confederate Monuments: Contextualism, Virtue, and the Preservation of History,” which was written for this course on a different issue from which you have to select, and then using the rubric for your Tompkins-Style argument, which will be used to grade your essay, give the paper points in each area, to total up to 300 points, and then assign a corresponding grade.
Reminder: Discussion Forums are never accepted late. Rubric for Final Essay
You can find the rubric here. (scroll down)
Point Breakdown:
450-500AExcellent
400-449B Very Good
350-399CAverage/College-Level
300-349DNot Passing
299 and below
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