It may have one or two erasures, but they are not distracting. While the traits remain the same, Focus and Organization has been reordered to come before Development.
The reader has trouble figuring out when and where the story took place. The writing is difficult to understand and lacks a central focus or theme. A variety of verbs passive voice are used and describe the action accurately but not in a very exciting way.
Works hard to make the story wonderful. The reader knows very little about the characters. Good Two or fewer grammatical and punctuation errors are present in your writing.
Neatness The final draft of the story is readable, clean, neat and attractive. On the other hand, your piece may be a bit too long, lacking substance. Fair There appears to be some attempt to be creative Some parts of your story or diary entries may be creative but some are not.
You have significantly fewer journal entries than what is required or they are much shorter than required. Grammar, Spelling and Proofreading Demonstrates mastery of the rules of the English Language including punctuation, spelling, and grammar. It is hard to tell who the main characters are.
Many requirements were not met. Developing Student has attempted to establish plot and chatacters. One idea or scene follows another in a logical sequence with clear transitions.
Your writing demonstrates that you have superior knowledge of this time period in history.
Clear transitions are used. Title is related to the story and topic. Most readers could describe the characters accurately. There is one spelling or punctuation error in the final draft. Good It is clear that you had fun with this assignment.
There are no loose ends. One idea or scene may seem out of place. If it is a series of diary entries, they cover different time periods within the Crusades and flows well.
Good The writing makes clear the historical time period in a way that is relevant to the story. Good You have all of the required components of the project in your work.Rubric for a Narrative Writing Piece FEATURES 6 5 4 3 2 1 FOCUS •Subject and unifying event clear and maintained •Theme/unifying theme explicitly stated •Reactions present.
Creating a writing rubric helps students improve their writing skills by determining their areas of opportunity.
Writing Rubrics and Narrative Rubrics. Share Flipboard Email Print Ulrike Schmitt-Hartmann / Getty Images For Educators. Secondary Education. Rubric for Narrative Writing—Fourth Grade Grade 2 (1 POINT) PTS Grade 3 (2 POINTS) PTS Grade 4 (3 POINTS) PTS Grade 5 (4 POINTS) SCORE.
iRubric QX This can apply to a short story or to your diary entries.
Free rubric builder and assessment tools. The ideas are clearly and effectively developed; writing is fluent and polished with effective transitions. Proficient Most ideas are clearly expressed; writing is generally fluent, with some use of transitions. Student devotes sufficient time and effort to the writing process (prewriting, drafting, reviewing, and editing).
Works and gets the job done. Student devotes some time and effort to the writing process but was not very thorough.Download