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PLEASE READ THE ARTICLE!! It’s about Trayvon Martin and racism http://rashawnray.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/W… NO PLAGIARISM AT ALL!! PLEASE CHECK FOR ANY GRAMMATICAL: ERRORS BEFORE SENDING IT TO ME!!! Directions: Format essays in the following wayNo more than 2-pages, one-inch margins and double-spaced.In your 2-page memo identify and discuss the author’s main argument and findings? What evidence do they use to support this argument? In addition identifying the author’s main argument and evidence, offer your own understanding of the topic. Directions: Format essays in the following wayNo more than 2-pages, one-inch margins and double-spacedRubric: Each memo is worth 10 points total. I will give you 7 points for comprehensive & analysis and 3 points for clarity, writing, and organization.Comprehensiveness & Analysis7 points6 points5 points4 points3 points & belowClearly presents a main idea and supports it throughout the paper; Synthesis and analysis are exceptionallywell-presented and argued; ideas are detailed, well-developed, supported with specific evidence, as well as examples and specific details.There is a main idea supported throughout most of the paper; Synthesis and analysis are well presented and argued; ideas are detailed, developed and supported by evidence that is mostly specific.There is a main idea supported throughout most of the paper; analysis and synthesis is sound and solid; ideas are present but not particularly developed or supported; some evidence, but usually of a generalized nature.There is a vague sense of the main idea; analysis and synthesis are vaguely sound and somewhat solid; ideas are present but are weakly developed and supported; very little evidence, and of a generalized nature.There is no main idea; analysis and synthesis are not sound.3 points2 points1 point and belowSentences are clear and varied in pattern, from simple to complex, with excellent use of punctuation. Excellent grammar, spelling, syntax, and punctuation. You followed submission and formatting directions.Sentences are clear but may lack variation; a few may be awkward and there may be a few punctuation errors. A few errors in grammar, spelling, syntax, and punctuation, but not many. You followed some of the submission and formatting directions.Sentences are generally clear but may have an awkward structure or unclear content. Shows a pattern of errors in spelling, grammar, syntax and/or punctuation. Could also be a sign of lack of proofreading. You did not follow the submission and formatting directions.Clarity, Writing, and Organization3 points2 points1 point and belowSentences are clear and varied in pattern, from simple to complex, with excellent use of punctuation. Excellent grammar, spelling, syntax, and punctuation. You followed submission and formatting directions.Sentences are clear but may lack variation; a few may be awkward and there may be a few punctuation errors. A few errors in grammar, spelling, syntax, and punctuation, but not many. You followed some of the submission and formatting directions.Sentences are generally clear but may have an awkward structure or unclear content. Shows a pattern of errors in spelling, grammar, syntax and/or punctuation. Could also be a sign of lack of proofreading. You did not follow the submission and formatting directions.

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