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iRubric: Letter of Request- Persuasive rubric

iRubric: Letter of Request- Persuasive rubric

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Letter of Request- Persuasive

  Derived from rubric: Letter of Request- Persuasive
built by ened_2008

Rubric Code: A23W6W
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Keywords: Persuasive, Letter
Categories: Subjects: English  
Types: Assignment  
Grade Levels: 6-8

Powered by iRubric Persuasive Letter
  Excellent
20 pts
Good
15 pts
Fair
10 pts
Poor
5 pts
Format
Excellent

The final copy shows no mistakes in the format of a letter.(Includes the heading, salutation, address, body, closing, and signature)
Good

The final copy has only 1-2 errors in the format or components of a letter.
Fair

The final copy has a few (3-4) errors in the format and components of the letter.
Poor

The final copy has 5 or more errors in the format and is missing more than 3 components of a letter.
Introduction/Purpose
Excellent

The introduction clearly states the letter's purpose.
Good

The introduction is somewhat unclear in stating the purpose of the letter.
Fair

There is an intriduction but it does not state the purpose of the letter.
Poor

There is no introduction, or the introduction does not state a purpose for the letter.
Main Points
Excellent

The letter contains more than three persuasive points.
Good

The letter contains at least three persuasive points.
Fair

The letter contains only two persuasive points.
Poor

The letter contains one or no persuasive points.
Supporting Details
Excellent

The reasoning is clear. The reader will know exactly what I am trying to say, and why I support the request.
Good

The letter is mostly clear and understandable.
Fair

There are some unclear details in my letter that are confusing.
Poor

It is unclear what I am trying to say.
Closing Statement
Excellent

The closing statement is strong and leaves the reader solidly understanding the writer's position. Effective restatement of the position statement begins the closing paragraph.
Good

The closing statement is recognizable. The author's position is restated within the first two sentences of the closing paragraph.
Fair

The closing statement is somewhat strong, but there is no restatement of my request.
Poor

There is no closing statement- the letter just ends.



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