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iRubric: Narrative Story Writing 4th grade rubric

iRubric: Narrative Story Writing 4th grade rubric

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Narrative Story Writing 4th grade

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Rubric Code: C48324
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Categories: Subjects: English   (General)  
Types: Writing  
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Powered by iRubric Narrative Writing
  Above Grade Level
4 pts
At Grade Level
3 pts
Below Grade Level
2 pts
Far Below Grade Level
1 pts
Ideas
Above Grade Level

Interesting, specific details are used to "show" what is going on in the story. Details help the reader visualize the action in the story.
At Grade Level

Specific details are used to tell the story. One or two may help the reader visualize the story, but mostly the reader must read between the lines.
Below Grade Level

Some details, but mostly you just give brief action without much detail.
Far Below Grade Level

Details are missing. The story is not expanded on in any way.
Organization
Above Grade Level

The piece begins with a hook or a lead that captures the reader's attention. The middle is logical and the end is appropriate and clear. Strong story transition words support the flow of the writing and help the reader know the time span of the story.
At Grade Level

The beginning, middle and end are obvious and easy to follow. They appear in a logical order and include the use of story transition words.
Below Grade Level

The beginning, middle and end are harder to identify and one or more may be missing. Some missing and/or boring transition words.
Far Below Grade Level

The writing is unclear so that finding the beginning, middle and/or end is challenging. No transition words.
Sentence Fluency
Above Grade Level

Beginnings of sentences are varied and there is a mix between shorter sentences and longer ones.
At Grade Level

Most sentences follow the same pattern but there is some variety. There is a mix between shorter sentences and longer ones.
Below Grade Level

Sentences begin the same. Sentences are shorter and are simple in nature.
Far Below Grade Level

Run-ons and fragments are seen throughout the piece. Reading the sentences may be challenging.
Word Choice
Above Grade Level

Words are carefully chosen to include specific nouns, strong action-packed verbs, and uncommon adjectives and adverbs create vivid pictures and express clear feelings.
At Grade Level

Some words are carefully chosen while others seem ordinary. A clear picture is created.
Below Grade Level

Words are ordinary and lack creativeness. Creating a mental image from the words is difficult to do.
Far Below Grade Level

Lacking expressive language. Some ordinary words are used but even those are limited.
Style and Layout
Above Grade Level

The illustrations greatly enhance the story and the writer thoughtfully decided how to divide the writing across the pages.
At Grade Level

The illustrations make sense with the writing they correspond with. The writer divided the writing across the pages with some thought.
Below Grade Level

The illustrations do not always make sense in relation to the writing. The writing is divided across the pages illogically.
Far Below Grade Level

The pictures and layout make the book hard to read or understand.
Conventions
Above Grade Level

No errors or very few errors (0-4) in grammar, punctuation and/or spelling exist.
At Grade Level

A few errors (5-9) in grammar, punctuation and/or spelling exist but piece is easy to read.
Below Grade Level

Enough errors(10-15) in grammar, punctuation and/or spelling exist that reading the piece requires effort.
Far Below Grade Level

Enough errors (16 or more) in grammar, punctuation and/or spelling exist that reading the piece is very difficult or impossible.



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