2 Ptsfull Marksyou Provided University Of Michiga

2 Ptsfull Marksyou Provided University Of Michiga

2 Ptsfull Marksyou Provided University Of Michiga

This is a revision work, I have done the draft part, need revision, see attached file for detailed analysis

No words limit, but need to careful revise my work, as detailed as possible.

Here is the final requirement:https://canvas.uoregon.edu/courses/171196/assignme…

This is my draft comment : https://canvas.uoregon.edu/courses/171196/assignme…

Need to download the draft to check comment.

Here is the grading rubric:

News Writing Assignment/Winter 2021 (16 points) (1)

News Writing Assignment/Winter 2021 (16 points) (1)

Criteria Ratings Pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeCONTENTWriter develops a clear, straightforward, easy-to-follow 350-word breaking news story. Writing focuses on a newsworthy aspect of the story, contains a summary lede with appropriate 5 Ws and H, and applies the inverted pyramid structure.

Writer includes an appropriate headline that follows conventions discussed in lectures.

Writer includes a byline and dateline.

Writer includes the required number of sources with proper attribution.

Writer follows requirements in regard to paragraph length; writer delivers concise prose.

Writer uses S-V-O style where appropriate.

Writer uses AP Style conventions where appropriate.

6 pts

Excellent

Writing contains all three major principles of a hard news story (newsworthiness, summary lede and inverted pyramid). Story is written in a clear, concise manner. Story includes sufficient supporting evidence and sources. Story flows in a logical manner. Little to no revision is needed.

5 pts

Very Good

Writing contains the major principles of hard news writing but requires minor revision in one or more areas.

4.5 pts

Good

Writer attempts to apply the major principles of hard news writing, but these key areas require more than minor revision and/or the story may be missing important information.

4 pts

OK

Writer attempts to apply the major principles of hard news writing but does not do so effectively. Writing requires substantial revision and may be missing important information or contain fact errors.

3.5 pts

Subpar

Writer does not adequately deliver a news story. Several key areas are lagging.

3.5 pts

Unacceptable

Does not meet any requirements.

6 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeWRITING MECHANICSFor each basic error, .25 points will be deducted. Basic errors include grammar mistakes, typos/misspellings and missing or misused punctuation. Also, points will be deducted for not complying with AP Style guidelines.

4 pts

Excellent

Writing mechanics are perfect. The copy has no basic errors.

3 pts

Good

Copy is pretty clean, though there’s room for improvement.

2 pts

OK

Writer needs to more closely proofread copy before submission.

0 pts

Unacceptable

Copy has 16 or more basic errors.

4 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeGE TIPSAt the top of your submission you’ve included at least two points your GE made in lab about how to improve/revise a breaking news story.

2 pts

Full Marks

You provided two specific bullet points/notes about lessons your GE shared in lab on how to improve a news story.

1 pts

OK

You provided only one specific bullet point/note about lessons your GE shared in lab on how to improve a news story.

0 pts

No Marks

You did not provide any bullet points/notes about lessons your GE shared in lab on how to improve a news story.

2 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeHOW YOU REVISED YOUR NEWS STORYYou included at least two bullet points that briefly describe specific actions you took to improve your news story.

2 pts

Full Marks

You provided two specific bullet points/notes on how you tried to improve your news story.

1 pts

OK

You provided only one bullet point/note—or the description of your changes was insufficient.

0 pts

No Marks

You did not provide any bullet points/notes on how you revised/improved your news story.

2 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeDEADLINESBoth the Preliminary and Sleep-on-It drafts are due at 11:59 p.m. on their assigned dates.

2 pts

Full Marks

You successfully hit your deadlines for both drafts.

0 pts

No Marks

You failed to hit your deadline on one or both of your drafts.

2 pts

Total Points: 16

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