In what ways and to what extent did constitutional and social developments between 1860 and 1877 amount to a revolution?



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In what ways and to what extent did constitutional and social developments between 1860 and 1877 amount to a revolution?
The 8-9 essay:

  • contains a well-developed, sophisticated thesis that clearly addresses the revolutionary nature of the period 1860-1877.

  • presents an effective analysis of the ways and extent of the constitutional and social developments; treatment may be uneven.

  • effectively uses a substantial number of documents.

  • supports thesis with substantial and relevant outside information.

  • is clearly organized and well written.

  • may contain minor errors.


The 5-7 essay:

  • contains a thesis which addresses change/revolutionary developments in the 1860-1877 period.

  • has limited analysis, is mostly descriptive; deals with only one aspect of the question in some depth (ways and extent of either constitutional or social developments);

OR

  • deals with both aspects in a more general way.

  • uses some documents effectively.

  • supports thesis with some outside information.

  • shows evidence of acceptable organization and writing; language errors do not interfere with comprehension.

  • may contain errors that do not seriously detract from the quality of the essay.


The 2-4 essay:

  • presents a limited, confused and/or poorly developed thesis.

  • deals with one aspect of the question in a general way or both aspects in a superficial way; simplistic explanation.

  • quotes or briefly cites documents.

  • contains little outside information, or information that is generally inaccurate or irrelevant.

  • demonstrates weak organizational and/or writing skills which interfere with comprehension.

  • may contain major errors.


The 0-1 essay:

  • contains no thesis, or a thesis which does not address the question.

  • exhibits inadequate or inaccurate understanding of the question.

  • contains little or no understanding of documents or ignores them completely.

  • contains inappropriate or no outside information.

  • is so poorly organized or written that it inhibits understanding.

  • contains numerous errors, both major and minor.


Your question goes here.
The 8-9 essay:

  • contains a well-developed thesis that clearly addresses

  • presents an effective analysis of ; treatment may be uneven.

  • effectively uses a substantial number of documents.

  • supports thesis with substantial and relevant outside information.

  • is clearly organized and well written.

  • may contain minor errors.


The 5-7 essay:

  • contains a thesis which addresses

  • has limited analysis, is mostly descriptive; deals with only one aspect of the question in some depth ( );

OR

  • deals with both aspects in a more general way.

  • uses some documents effectively.

  • supports thesis with some outside information.

  • shows evidence of acceptable organization and writing; language errors do not interfere with comprehension.

  • may contain errors that do not seriously detract from the quality of the essay.


The 2-4 essay:

  • presents a limited, confused and/or poorly developed thesis.

  • deals with one aspect of the question in a general way or both aspects in a superficial way; simplistic explanation.

  • quotes or briefly cites documents.

  • contains little outside information, or information that is generally inaccurate or irrelevant.

  • demonstrates weak organizational and/or writing skills which interfere with comprehension.

  • may contain major errors.


The 0-1 essay:

  • contains no thesis, or a thesis which does not address the question.

  • exhibits inadequate or inaccurate understanding of the question.

  • contains little or no understanding of documents or ignores them completely.

  • contains inappropriate or no outside information.

  • is so poorly organized or written that it inhibits understanding.

  • contains numerous errors, both major and minor.


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