AP Environmental Science
POPULATION CONTROL PAPER

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The bleak future is not brought up for fear it may ruin the celebration of MLK Day. The bleak future of our planet is mentioned without supporting details. The bleak future of our planet is discussed with few details. The bleak future of our planet is discussed with some details. The bleak future of our planet without population control is clearly discussed with details.
No consequences are described just because this author just cannot get real. 1 or 2 of the critical consequences of not curbing population are clearly described. 3 of the critical consequences of not curbing population are clearly described. 4 of the critical consequences of not curbing population are clearyly described. 5 of the critical consequences of not curbing population are clearly described.
Section A leaves the reader wondering what will be for lunch and if they remembered to wash their navel this morning. Section A leaves the reader not sure at all about the importance of population control. Section A leaves the reader wondering if population should be controlled? Section A of this paper leaves the reader thinking maybe population should be controlled. Section A of this paper leaves the reader with a sense of urgency about population control.
This person fails to mention any "points of view" about family planning for fear someone may be offended and glare at them. 1 or 2 human "points of view" about family planning are described in with little detail. 3 or 4 human "points of view" about family planning are described in with some detail. 4 or 5 human "points of view" about family planning are described in with some detail. 5 or more human "points of view" about family planning are described in appropriate detail.
This author wasn't aware that points of view affect any process of human interaction or that different people have different religious ideas. 1 or 2 out of 5 points of view are related to how they help or hurt the process of solving the population crisis. 3 out of 5 points of view are related to how they help or hurt the process of solving the population crisis. 4 out of 5 points of view are related to how they help or hurt the process of solving the population crisis. Each of the above points of view are related to how they help or hurt the process of solving the population crisis.
Section B leaves the reader trying to remember what they had for breakfast. Section B leaves this reader unmoved by the size of human hurdles place in front of population control. Section B leaves this paper aware that hurdles might exist. Section B of this paper leaves the reader thinking population control has some hurdles. Section B of this paper leaves the reader with a sense of how difficult population control is going to be.
Options? For what? Why would I need options? 1 to 5 different options for curbing human population are clearly described. 6 or 7 different options for curbing human population are clearly described. 8 or 9 different options for curbing human population are clearly described. 10 different options for curbing human population are clearly described .
Section C leaves the reader thinking "I wonder if I locked my car this morning?" Section C leaves the reader believing there truly are viable options but only knowing them by name without understanding them. Section C leaves the reader believing there are options but not completely clear on understanding what they include. Section C leaves the reader believing there truly are options and somewhat understanding what they include. Section C leaves the reader believing there truly are viable options and understanding what they include.
The author's plan was so good that their Chocolate Lab (Fido) ate it. The author attempts to articulated a plan but its coherency is weak. The author articulates a plan. The author articulates a fairly coherent plant. The author clearly articulates a coherent plan which you want to fax directly to the Obama administration.
The author has no opinion and articulates that with absolute clarity. The author weakly expresses personal beliefs concerning why they chose the options for the plan. The author sort of expresses personal beliefs concerning why they chose the options for the plan. The author expresses their personal beliefs concerning why they chose the options for the plan. The author clearly expresses their personal beliefs concerning why they chose the options for the plan.
Section D leaves the reader wondering if the author had an alcoholic blackout over the weekend. Section D leaves the reader thinking the author could have put some effort into this but obviously didn't put much. Section D leaves the reader thinking they were glad the author at least tried to do this. Section D leaves the reader thinking the author is one to be respected for their attempts. Section D leaves the reader proud to know the author and wanting an autograph.
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Paper was only thought about, but not written. Paper is written with many spelling and grammatical errors. Paper is written with some spelling and grammatical errors. Paper is written with few spelling and grammatical errors. Paper is written without spelling and grammatical errors.
Paper did not trip the author because it was lost on a computer that malfunctioned and sent it to Thailand before crashing and setting the house on fire killing Fido who ate their only hard copy. Reader is bruised, cut, and exhausted from being tripped by poor word choice and poor sentence structure. Paper is organized in a way that trips the reader enough to be annoying. Paper is organized so it reads fairly smoothly and only mildly trips the reader. Paper is organized so it reads smoothly and does not trip the reader. Word choice and sentence structure were excellent.