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iRubric: Writing a Prequel / Sequel rubric

iRubric: Writing a Prequel / Sequel rubric

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Writing a Prequel / Sequel built by wwalkerbr

Rubric Code: EX2B72
Students will write a prequel or sequel to a short story.
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Keywords: pre sequel
Categories: Subjects: English  
Types: Assignment  
Grade Levels: 6-8, 9-12, Undergraduate

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  Advanced
4 pts
Proficient
3 pts
Basic
2 pts
Below Basic
1 pts
Response to Literature
Advanced

Students exhibit a complete understanding of story elements and draws inferences and conclusions about these elements by predicting a prequel / sequel to a short story. Each student has completed an additional page to the story book that shows this understanding.
Proficient

Students exhibit an understanding of story elements and draws inferences and conclusions about these elements by predicting a prequel / sequel to a short story. Each student has completed an additional page to the story book that shows this understanding.
Basic

Students have a vague understanding of story elements and can draw some inferences and/or conclusions about these elements by predicting a prequel / sequel to a short story. 3 out of 5 students (60%) of the students have completed a page for the story book.
Below Basic

Students have a vague understanding of story elements and can draw some inferences and/or conclusions about these elements by predicting a prequel / sequel to a short story. 2 out of 5 students (40%) of the students have completed a page for the story book.
Organization of Ideas
Advanced

The pre/sequel pages follow a logical theme and incorporates an awareness of audience. A pre-write chart is completed and reflects all the story elements, ideas, and background for each page.
Proficient

The pre/sequel pages follow a logical theme and incorporates an awareness of audience. A pre-write chart is completed and reflects some of the story elements, ideas, and background for each page.
Basic

The pre/sequel pages follow a logical theme, but does not consider the audience. A pre-write chart is completed and reflects only a minimal understanding of story elements, ideas, and background for each page.
Below Basic

The pre/sequel pages reflect little or no knowledge of story elements. A pre-write chart is completed but does not reflect a knowledge of prequel/sequel events.
Project Appearance
Advanced

The pages are attractive, well thought out with character(s), background reflected, and have word / thought bubbles for at least one character in the scene.
Proficient

The pages are attractive, well thought out with character(s), background reflected, and have word / thought bubbles for at least one character in the scene.
Basic

The pages are attractive, but reflect limited knowledge of character(s), background, and are missing at least one thought/word bubble on a page.
Below Basic

The pages are attractive, but reflect limited knowledge of character(s), background, and are missing at least two thought/word bubble on a page.
Group Co-operation
Advanced

The group members work together to complete project. Each member contributes to the group and all ideas are valued. All members remain on task.
Proficient

The group members work together to complete project. Each member contributes to the group and all ideas are valued. 80% of the members remain on task.
Basic

The group members work together to complete project. Each member contributes to the group and all ideas are valued. 60% of the members remain on task.
Below Basic

The group members work together to complete project. Each member contributes to the group and all ideas are valued. 40% of the members remain on task.



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