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Sparta vs. Athens Essay

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Transcript of Sparta vs. Athens Essay

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Rubric
Essay
Sparta vs Athens

The More Favorable City-State
Your
position and
information
comes from the
reading
Your
information
has supporting
details
Your
organization
helps the reader
understand your
position
Your
spelling and
grammar
is correct -
add some style
Your
information is
correct and shows
you understand
the topic
You write
totally and only about the prompt and take a position
Your argument
is complete and
makes sense
Introduction with a lead
Topic Sentence (focus/prompt)
"Which society is more favorable to its people?"
"Make Connections"
Controlling Idea
Reading/Research
Development
Organization
Conventions
Content Understanding
Focus
"Use social studies vocabulary"
"Don't forget to mention the other city-states"
Argument #1 - topic sentence
detail #1 - expand or explain
Concluding Sentence
Argument #2
Conclusion - topic sentence
Wrap up Sentence
Summarize Main Arguments
beginning - middle - end



http://www.history.com/topics/ancient-history/sparta/videos/spartans
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detail #1 - expand or explain
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detail #2 - expand or explain
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