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https://www.nytimes.com/2020/02/03/world/middleeast/iraq-protests-art.html?searchResultPosition=17

read the article carefully and make notes.  Write up a reaction report to the article.

Your first paragraph will be a

brief summary

of the article. What is the article about? Make a short statement in your Introductory paragraph. Referto the article, not just the topic. (Use terms from your book)

In your second/third paragraphs describe the

importance

of the article. Why did the author write the article?

In your fourth/fifth paragraphs, explain the social, political, economic, racial, or religious issues that the article brings to the forefront. (your article must bring up some of these issues, preferably more than one)

In the remainder of the paper elaborate and discuss your own interpretations/reflections.  Do you agree with the author? Why or why not? How can you personally connect to the article?

Current Art Events Rubric
Introductory Paragraph
_________
Importance
(multiplied by 2)
__________
Context
__________
Interpretation
(multiplied by 2)
_________
Summary/Reflection
(divided by 2)
_________
Spelling/Grammar
_________
Total _____/300
4 – Exceeds the standard
3 – Meets the standard
2 – Partially meets the
standard
1 – Does not meet the
standard
The introduction includes detailed,
relevant information about the article,
which sets the reader up to understand
the remainder of the paper.
The introduction includes
relevant information about the
article, but does not give enough
detailed information.
The introduction includes
some relevant information
about the article, and partially
sets the reader up to
understand the remainder of
the paper.
The introductory paragraph is
lacking, missing, not detailed,
and/or doesn’t explain the
article.
Thoughtful and clear explanation of why
the article is important and relevant.
Exceeding ability to grasp the nuances
and details embedded in the article.
Clear explanation of why the article
is important. Some understanding of
the nuances and details embedded
in the article.
Explanation is present but
lacks details and/or
understanding.
Not detailed or not present.
The reader cannot
understand why the article is
important.
Author thoroughly examined all of issues
surrounding the article. Including social,
political, religious and creative issues.
Author examined most of issues
surrounding the article. Including
social, political, religious and
creative issues.
Author examined just a few of
issues surrounding the
article.
The author missed key
issues surrounding the
article.
Clear and thoughtful explanation of the
meaning of the article. A solid attempt
has been made to discover what the
author is trying to communicate.
Examples from the article have been
used to support the author’s
interpretation.
Well articulated attempt to
explain what is happening in the
article and its meaning.
Examples from the article have
been used to support most of the
author’s interpretation.
An attempt to explain what is
happening in the article and
its meaning is made.
Examples from the article
have been used to support
some of the author’s
interpretation.
Interpretation missing or
poorly articulated. No
examples from the article
have been used to support
the author’s interpretation.
News was fully summarized and
demonstrates insight. Response clearly
shows a deep understanding of the
article and connection to it personally.
News was summarized and
shows an understanding of the
article with some personal
connection.
News was partially
summarized with little
personal connection.
Lack of summary or personal
connection.
Paper has no more than minor spelling
and/or grammatical mistakes. It has
obviously been proofread and
spellchecked. Sentences are complete
and logical.
Spelling and/or grammar
mistakes do not interfere with
the reader’s understanding of
the writing. Sentences are
complete and logical.
Spelling and/or grammar
mistakes occasionally
interfere with the reader’s
understanding of the writing,
but the meaning can be
deduced. Some incomplete
sentences.
Spelling and/or grammar
mistakes confuse the reader
and interfere with
understanding the writing.
Few complete sentences.
Proofread next time!
Spelling/ Grammar
Total Points:__________

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