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iRubric: IEP Writing Rubric

iRubric: IEP Writing Rubric

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IEP Writing Rubric

  Derived from rubric: IEP Writing Rubric
built by tracy_erickson

Rubric Code: C3727A
rubric for scoring students with IEPs writing
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Keywords: IEP Writing
Categories: Subjects: English  
Types: Writing  
Grade Levels: 6-8, 9-12

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  Strong
5 pts
Effective
4 pts
Developing
3 pts
Emerging
2 pts
Experimenting
1 pts
Introduction/Conclusion
Strong

Excellent introduction and conclusion that invite the reader in then satisfy them with the ending.
Effective

Good introduction and conclusion.
Developing

Fair introduction and conclusion.
Emerging

Weak introduction and conclusion.
Experimenting

Poor introduction and conclusion.
Information/Details
Strong

Excellent amount of information and details given that answer all the readers' questions.
Effective

Good amount of information and details given that answer most of the readers' questions.
Developing

Fair amount of information and details given that answer some of the readers' questions.
Emerging

Little information and details given that answer only a few of the readers' questions.
Experimenting

Very little information and details given, reader left with many questions.
Sequencing
Strong

Excellent sequencing with all events, details, and information given in logical order.
Effective

Good sequencing with most events, details, and information given in logical order.
Developing

Fair sequencing with some events, details, and information given in logical order.
Emerging

Weak sequencing with few of the events, details, and information given in logical order.
Experimenting

Poor sequencing with events, details, and information given in a confusing order.
Sentences/Paragraphs
Strong

Excellent sentences and paragraphs that are correct and add to the quality of the writing.
Effective

Good sentences and paragraphs, most are correct.
Developing

Fair sentences and paragraphs, some are correct.
Emerging

Weak sentences and paragraphs, few are correct. Errors effect readers' understanding.
Experimenting

Poor quality sentences with paragraphing not attempted.
Conventions
Strong

Excellent conventions,
paper requires no or very little editing for errors in capitalization, usage, punctuation, and spelling.
Effective

Good convention,
paper requires light editing for errors in capitalization, usage, punctuation, and spelling. Errors don't distract from writing.
Developing

Fair conventions,
paper requires moderate editing for errors in capitalization, usage, punctuation, and spelling. Errors distract from writing.
Emerging

Weak conventions,
paper requires heavy editing for errors in capitalization, usage, punctuation, and spelling. Errors sometimes make writing difficult to read.
Experimenting

Poor conventions,
paper requires major editing for errors in capitalization, usage, punctuation, and spelling. Errors make writing difficult to read.
Presentation
Strong

Excellent handwriting and proper spacing make paper enjoyable to read.
Effective

Good handwriting and proper spacing make paper easy to read.
Developing

Fair handwriting and adequate spacing make paper readable.
Emerging

Weak, handwriting is messy and some improper spacing make paper difficult to read sometimes.
Experimenting

Poor, handwriting is often illegible and improper spacing make paper very difficult to read.



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