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What are the similarities between Las Casas’ and Josephe’s works in terms of their perspective on the indigenous population? Differences? What factors played a role in their opinion of the Natives? See pages 36-37 of GML.
Your response must be between 300-500 words, have proper parenthetical citations (author, pg #), and consist of the following three parts (an introduction, body, and concluding sentence). Make sure your paper is in 12 pt font Times New Roman and double-spaced. If you are going to use quotes or reference to specific information, you must cite your information. Failure to do so might result in accidental plagiarism.
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Criteria Ratings Pts
Thesis
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5 pts
Level 5
Easily identifiable, plausible, novel, sophisticated, insightful, crystal clear.
4 pts
Level 4
Promising, but may be slightly unclear, or lacking in insight or originality.
3 pts
Level 3
May be unclear (contain many vague terms), appear unoriginal, or offer relatively little that is new; provides little around which to structure the paper.
2 pts
Level 2
Very difficult to understand owing to major problems with mechanics, structure, and analysis.
1 pts
Level 1
Shows obviously minimal lack of effort or comprehension of the assignment. Has no identifiable thesis, or utterly incompetent thesis.
/ 5 pts
Structure
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5 pts
Level 5
Evident, understandable, appropriate for thesis. Excellent transitions from point to point. Paragraphs support solid topic sentences.
4 pts
Level 4
Generally clear and appropriate, though may wander occasionally. May have a few unclear transitions, or a few paragraphs without strong topic sentences.
3 pts
Level 3
Generally unclear, often wanders or jumps around. Few or weak transitions, many paragraphs without topic sentences.
2 pts
Level 2
Unclear, often because thesis is weak or non-existent. Transitions confusing and unclear. Few topic sentences.
1 pts
Level 1
Shows obviously minimal lack of effort or comprehension of the assignment. Very difficult to understand owing to major problems with mechanics, structure, and analysis. Has no identifiable thesis, or utterly incompetent thesis.
/ 5 pts
Use of Evidence
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5 pts
Level 5
Primary source information used to buttress every point with at least one example. Examples support mini-thesis and fit within paragraph. Excellent integration of quoted material into sentences.
4 pts
Level 4
Examples used to support most points. Some evidence does not support point, or may appear where inappropriate. Quotes well integrated into sentences.
3 pts
Level Examples used to support some points. Points often lack supporting evidence, or evidence used where inappropriate (often because there may be no clear point). Quotes may be poorly integrated into sentences.
Examples used to support some points. Points often lack supporting evidence, or evidence used where inappropriate (often because there may be no clear point). Quotes may be poorly integrated into sentences.
2 pts
Level 2
Very few or very weak examples. General failure to support statements, or evidence seems to support no statement. Quotes not integrated into sentences; “plopped in” in improper manner.
1 pts
Level 1
Shows obviously minimal lack of effort or comprehension of the assignment. Very difficult to understand owing to major problems with mechanics, structure, and analysis. Has no identifiable thesis, or utterly incompetent thesis.
/ 5 pts
Analysis
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5 pts
Level 5
Author clearly relates evidence to “mini-thesis” (topic sentence); analysis is fresh and exciting, posing new ways to think of the material.
4 pts
Level 4
Evidence often related to mini-thesis, though links perhaps not very clear.
3 pts
Level 3
Quotes appear often without analysis relating them to mini-thesis (or there is a weak mini-thesis to support), or analysis offers nothing beyond the quote.
2 pts
Level 2
Very little or very weak attempt to relate evidence to argument; may be no identifiable argument, or no evidence to relate it to.
1 pts
Level 1
Shows obviously minimal lack of effort or comprehension of the assignment. Very difficult to understand owing to major problems with mechanics, structure, and analysis. Has no identifiable thesis, or utterly incompetent thesis.
/ 5 pts
Logic and Argumentation
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5 pts
Level 5
All ideas in the paper flow logically; the argument is identifiable, reasonable, and sound. Author anticipates and successfully defuses counter-arguments; makes novel connections to outside material (from other parts of the class, or other classes) which illuminate thesis.
4 pts
Level 4
Argument of paper is clear, usually flows logically and makes sense. Some evidence that counter-arguments acknowledged, though perhaps not addressed. Occasional insightful connections to outside material made.
3 pts
Level 3
Logic may often fail, or argument may often be unclear. May not address counter-arguments or make any outside connections.
2 pts
Level 2
Ideas do not flow at all, usually because there is no argument to support. Simplistic view of topic; no effort to grasp possible alternative views.
1 pts
Level 1
Shows obviously minimal lack of effort or comprehension of the assignment. Very difficult to understand owing to major problems with mechanics, structure, and analysis. Has no identifiable thesis, or utterly incompetent thesis.
/ 5 pts
Mechanics
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5 pts
Level 5
Sentence structure, grammar, and diction excellent; correct use of punctuation and citation style; minimal to no spelling errors; absolutely no run-on sentences or comma splices.
4 pts
Level 4
Sentence structure, grammar, and diction strong despite occasional lapses; punctuation and citation style often used correctly. Some (minor) spelling errors; may have one run-on sentence or comma splice.
3 pts
Level 3
Problems in sentence structure, grammar, and diction (usually not major). Errors in punctuation, citation style, and spelling. May have several run-on sentences or comma splices.
2 pts
Level 2
Big problems in sentence structure, grammar, and diction. Frequent major errors in citation style, punctuation, and spelling. May have many run-on sentences and comma splices.
1 pts
Level 1
Shows obviously minimal lack of effort or comprehension of the assignment. Very difficult to understand owing to major problems with mechanics, structure, and analysis. Has no identifiable thesis, or utterly incompetent thesis.
/ 5 pts
 

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