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iRubric: Literary elements of Plot rubric

iRubric: Literary elements of Plot rubric

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Literary elements of Plot

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Rubric Code: A6855B
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Categories: Subjects: Communication   English   Humanities  
Types: Reading   Writing  
Grade Levels: 6-8

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Title, author,Setting
6

Title & Author are written using proper punctuation/spelling. Student gives a very descriptive,(more than 6 d words) well written accout of the setting.
5

Title & author are written with 1 or 2 errors in punctuation/spelling. Student gives a descriptive, (5 or 6 d words)well written accout of the setting.
4

Title & author are written with 3 or 4 errors in punctuation/spelling. Student gives a descriptive, (3 or 4 d words) accout of the setting.
3

Title & author are written w/ many errors in punctuation/spelling. Student gives a descriptive, (1 or 2 d words) accout of the setting.
2

Title or author are not written. Student gives a poorly written accout of the story setting without descriptive words.
1

Title and author are not filled in. Student does not give accout of the story setting.
main characters/Point of View
6

Student is able to state all of the Characters in the Story and the Point of View.
5

Student is able to state all but one of the Characters in the Story and the Point of View..
4

Student is able to state all but two of the Characters in the Story and the Point of View..
3

Student is able to state most of the Characters in the Story and the Point of View..
2

Student is only able to state a few of the Characters in the Story may incorrectly state the Point of View.
1

Student is not able to state any of the Characters in the Story may incorrectly state the Point of View.
Conflict/Rising Action
6

The problem & important events/actions leading to climax are told in chronological order. No grammar and spelling errors.
5

The problem & important events/ actions leading to climax are told in chronological order. Few grammar and spelling errors.
4

The problem & most important events/ actions leading to climax are told in chronological order. Some grammar and spelling errors.
3

The problem & some important events/ actions leading to climax are told in chronological order. Some grammar and spelling errors.
2

The problem or important events/actions leading to climax are missing. Some grammar and spelling errors.
1

The problem or many important events/ actions leading to climax missing. Many grammar/spelling errors.
Climax/Falling Action
6

Climax & important events/actions begining with climax are told in chronological order. No grammar and spelling errors.
5

Climax & important events/actions begining with climax are told in chronological order. No grammar and spelling errors.
4

Climax & most important events/actions begining with climax are told in order. Some grammar and spelling errors.
3

&Climax some important events/actions begining with climax are told in order. Some grammar and spelling errors.
2

Climax or important events/actions begining with the climax are missing. Some grammar and spelling errors.
1

Climax or many important events/ actions begining with climax missing. Many grammar/spelling errors.
Resolution/Turning Point
6

Resolution/turning point are told in chronological order. No grammar and spelling errors.
5

Resolution/turning point are told in chronological order. No grammar and spelling errors.
4

Resolution/turning point are told in chronological order. Few grammar and spelling errors.
3

Resolution/turning point are told. Some grammar and spelling errors.
2

Resolution or turning point are missing. Some grammar and spelling errors.
1

Resolution or turning point are missing. Many grammar/spelling errors.



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