Guidance, NOT THE ANSWER: A strong response is logically organized into several paragraphs. Any errors in spelling,
punctuation, grammar, or capitalization do not interfere with the ability of the reader to
understand the ideas presented.
A strong response may develop one or more lines of reasoning to support the claim.
Here are some examples.
A strong response shows understanding of the topic by analyzing the required sources
and including well-chosen evidence from the sources
A strong response also includes important information beyond what is presented in the