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iRubric: GUIDED IMAGERY: Diary Entry for a Main Character rubric

iRubric: GUIDED IMAGERY: Diary Entry for a Main Character rubric

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GUIDED IMAGERY: Diary Entry for a Main Character

  Derived from rubric: Diary Entry for a Main Character
built by MsHLangArts

Rubric Code: BX29W2W
Imagine you are Steve Harmon, the main character in MONSTER. Write a diary entry after listening to the selected passage. Your entry must be at least one page long with at least 5-7 sentences.
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Categories: Subjects: English  
Types: Assignment  
Grade Levels: 6-8

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  You did it!
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Almost there!
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Keep trying!
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Help me!
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Response to Guided Imagery Prompt
10 pts Describe a main event and give important details to support it.
You did it!

The entry is inviting, thoroughly states the main events that have been encountered by the character and contains a complete detailed response to the prompt given.
Almost there!

The entry clearly states the main events that have been encountered by the character and mostly responded to the prompt given. Some details are given.
Keep trying!

The entry partially states the main events that have been encountered by the character and lacks details.
Help me!

The entry mentions the main events that have been encountered by the character and includes few details from the novel. The response to the prompt is off topic.
Point of view
10 pts Write from the character's point of view (use I). Write details in the correct order in which they happened.
You did it!

Details are effectively placed in a logical order and the way they are presented follows 1st person point of view. The writer has become the character.
Almost there!

Details are placed in a logical order and the way in which they are presented/introduced follows first person point of view.
Keep trying!

Some details are not in a logical or expected order, and this distracts the reader. First person point of view is used most of the time.
Help me!

Many details are not in a logical or expected order. There is little sense that the writing is organized. Entry is not written in first person point of view.
Emotion
10 pts Include how the character was feeling during the event.
You did it!

Diary entry thoroughly focuses on character's feelings regarding the events he is involved. The reader can feel the strong emotions from the character.
Almost there!

Diary entry clearly focuses on character's feelings regarding the events he is involved in. Some emotions are expressed.
Keep trying!

Diary entry focuses on limited character's feelings regarding the events he is involved in.
Help me!

Diary entry does not focus on character's feelings regarding the events he is are involved in.
Spelling/ Grammar/Organization
10 pts Make sure you have written a full paragraph 5-7 sentences and spelling, language, and punctuation are all correct.
You did it!

Diary entry is free of grammatical and spelling errors. All sentences flow logically together. 6-7 sentences
Almost there!

Diary entry contains few grammatical and spelling errors. Most sentences flow logically together. 5 sentences
Keep trying!

Diary entry contains some grammatical and spelling errors. Some sentences flow logically together. 4 sentences
Help me!

Diary contains many grammatical and spelling errors. Sentences rarely flow logically together. The entry is incomplete.



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