Interactive Rubric for Written Communication: 2.3. Examples & Illustrations

This guide will help you understand common conventions of academic writing and the application of marking rubrics

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Definition (formal)

Examples are specific instances of events that are used to illustrate ideas.

Definition (informal)

Example: Can you show me what you mean?

Example

For example, the Persuasive Essay Example illustrates a possible implication of a hereditary view of intelligence using the following example:

For example, will a mathematics teacher who perceives logico-mathematical intelligence as hereditary still spend time and effort trying to nurture a student with low logico-mathematical intelligence?

Resources (textbook)

Refer to the textbook pages and sections to improve your knowledge and understanding of the criterion.

Resources (web)

Click on the links to access online resources to improve your knowledge and understanding of the criterion.

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