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Central Asian Problems of Modern Science and Education

Article Title

DEVELOPING RUBRICS IN THE ESP CLASSROOM TO ASSESS WRITING

Abstract

The article describes the process of developing a rubric in the ESP classroom by students of higher education whose main subject is business writing. The author shows examples of edited rubrics from the very development to the final version of it. The article explains how the researcher interacts with the students to develop a rubric

First Page

301

Last Page

312

References

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