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Text and traction essay assignment

1000 word only!!!
questions below and make an argued comparison between two of the set PRIMARY texts for (Oedipus Tyrannus, and Euthyphro,
For this first assessment, secondary critical readings (academic/non-academic) are not encouraged as you will not be graded on researching the question. You should use only the primary texts, , , and your own ideas as guides to answering the question.
To do well in this assessment, you will need to demonstrate your comprehension of the primary texts in the light of the key theme(s) of the unit. You also need to present a logical, clear argument, use appropriate textual evidence, integrate relevant quotes from the texts into your essay, and demonstrate a solid command of the academic standards of writing,
QUESTIONS:
3. Select one or two key scenes from Oedipus Tyrannus and Euthyphro and discuss the effect that human rational thought has on the traditional beliefs in the gods and moira (or destiny).
Criteria
Persuasively addresses the question, develops on a strong thesis, and compares texts logically, critically.
Answers the question with some persuasion, develops on a plausible thesis, and compares texts well.
Mostly addresses the question, develops on a thesis, but little original thought, and analysis; comparison of texts is basic.
Descriptive; does not address question, weak or no thesis, unclear or no textual comparison.
Demonstrated understanding of unit themes and the primary texts
Insightful understanding of unit themes, comprehensively applied to an in depth examination of the primary texts.
Understands, and, at times, can negotiate a reading of the primary texts with unit themes. Some examination of the primary texts.
General understanding of unit themes, able to apply to a reading of the texts, but not examine their meanings.
Substantial misunderstanding of unit themes. Evidence to suggest that texts have not been understood or read.
Appropriate use of textual quotes and examples to substantiate argument
Successfully integrated quotes; textual examples enhance claims made.
Effectively integrated textual examples and quotes that substantiate claims made.
Answers the question with some persuasion, develops on a plausible thesis, and compares texts well.
Mostly addresses the question, develops on a thesis, but little original thought, and analysis; comparison of texts is basic.
Descriptive; does not address question, weak or no thesis, unclear or no textual comparison.
Demonstrated understanding of unit themes and the primary texts
Insightful understanding of unit themes, comprehensively applied to an in depth examination of the primary texts.
Understands, and, at times, can negotiate a reading of the primary texts with unit themes. Some examination of the primary texts.
General understanding of unit themes, able to apply to a reading of the texts, but not examine their meanings.
Substantial misunderstanding of unit themes. Evidence to suggest that texts have not been understood or read.
Appropriate use of textual quotes and examples to substantiate argument
Successfully integrated quotes; textual examples enhance claims made.
Effectively integrated textual examples and quotes that substantiate claims made.
Some relevant textual examples; quotes are not always well integrated and/or well argued.
Little, or irrelevant, or no textual examples/quotes used to substantiate argument.

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