Campus Community Health • HEERF I, II & III

Office of Research

Introduction and Thesis: The paper makes a clear, argumentative thesis statement, and sufficient background information is provided to establish the significance of the thesis.
Assumptions and Methods: The paper uses one or more identifiable critical approaches.
Evidence and Support: The paper presents sufficient evidence to support the thesis convincingly.
References: The paper explicitly builds upon the work of literary critics and/or other authorities.
Reasoning: The paper's reasoning is valid.
Structure: The paper's organization is logical.
Expression: The paper's expression is clear and error-free.