Contemporary Issue

Topics: Writing, Attached, Dunlap broadside Pages: 3 (304 words) Published: January 21, 2013
JROTC CONTEMPORARY ISSUE FORMAT

(ATTACH THE ARTICLE OR COPY TO THIS COVER)

NAME:DATE:

TITLE:

AUTHOR:

WHO WAS INVOLVED IN THE EVENT/ISSUE:

WHAT THE EVENT/ISSUE WAS/ IS:

WHEN EVENT/ISSUE OCCURED:

WHERE IT OCCURED:

WHY THE EVENT OCCURED:

WHAT DOES THIS EVENT/ISSUE’S MEAN TO ME OR WHY IS IT IMPORTANT TO ME: (Use extra blank sheets to complete this answer if necessary.)

Select and evaluate a written article (magazine, newspaper, etc.). Submit a no-less-than seventy-five word summary evaluating the article (WHO, WHAT, WHEN, WHERE, WHY, AND HOW), indicating your understanding of the author’s intent, assessing the relationship of the article to the past, present, and future, as well as, its importance to you. Your instructor will provide additional guidance for his/her expectations of the written evaluation content.

Contemporary Issue Evaluation Rubric
Writing Guidelines for Students and Grading Guidelines for
Weekly Contemporary Issue

|Essay |0 |1/2 |FULL | |Elements |Missing |Almost |Right On | |A. Structure (2 points possible) | | | | | 1. 50 word minimum | | | | | 2. Introductory sentence | | | | | 3. Body | | | | | 4. Conclusion | | | | |B. Content (4 points...
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