OPTION ONE: Comparison of Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs and All Quiet on the Western Front
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Content Thoroughly compares each Compares each level of Compares most levels of Does not adequately compare
level of Maslow’s hierarchy to Maslow’s hierarchy to All Maslow’s hierarchy to All the levels of Maslow’s
All Quiet using relevant details Quiet, but is somewhat lacking Quiet, but is lacking in details hierarchy to All Quiet
x2 from the novel in relevant details from the from the novel
Presentation Information is presented in a Information is presented in a Information is not presented in Information is presented in a
& Layout way that facilitates a clear way that facilitates a way to facilitate comparison. way that hinders the purpose.
comparison. The layout is comparison with some The layout is organized with The layout is disorganized,
organized, appealing, and exception. The layout is some exceptions and/or cluttered, and/or unsuitable for
x2 professional. organized, clear, and suitable. slightly unsuitable. the project.
Evidence Details from both Maslow’s Details from both Maslow’s Some details from Maslow’s Details from Maslow’s
hierarchy and the novel are hierarchy and the novel are hierarchy and the novel are hierarchy and/or the novel are
used expertly throughout the used sufficiently within the used in the project. If insufficient. Quotations have
project. If quotations are used, project. If quotations are used, quotations are used, MLA not been used.
MLA parenthetical citations MLA parenthetical citations parenthetical citations are
have been used in correct have been used. lacking.
Mechanics Spelling (including names) is Spelling is accurate with few Several spelling errors are Spelling, punctuation, and/or
accurate. Punctuation and exceptions. Some errors in evident. Too many errors are grammar errors significantly
grammar adhere to standard punctuation and/or grammar evident in punctuation and hinder meaning.
English conventions. are evident. grammar.
24 = 100% 18 -19 = 88% 14 - 13 = 75% 9 - 10 = 65% 6 = 50% or below
22 - 23 = 95% 16 – 17 = 85% 12 = 70% 8 = 60%
20 – 21 = 90% 15 = 80% 11 = 68% 7 = 55%