Organization: Adequate paragraphing that is mostly clear and logical with sufficient use of details and examples.
Vocabulary: Words are specific and varied and are generally used correctly.
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Not Pass (2) Content: The student may address one or two of the questions in the prompt but not thoroughly.
Organization: There may be paragraphs but ideas may not be presented in a logical order or lack details and examples.