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iRubric: Reflective Writing rubric

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Reflective Writing

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Rubric Code: H34993
The act of commenting on a written text or responding to a writing prompt which is characterized by deep careful thought while expressing your feelings, sharing your opinions, and revealing your personal discoveries.
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Categories: Subjects: Arts and Design   English  
Types: Writing  
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Guidelines for scoring reflective writing.
  Poor
1 pts
Fair
2 pts
Good
3 pts
Excellent
4 pts
Main Idea
Is your point of view if clear?
Poor

The main idea is not present or is unclear.
Fair

The main idea is present but does not clearly respond to the prompt.
Good

The main idea is present and clearly responds to the prompt.
Excellent

The main idea not only responds to the prompt, but further enlightens the reader with an obvious and meaningful exploration of your feelings, thoughts and personal discoveries.
Supporting details
Does each detail support, or tell more about your original point of view?
Poor

The details do not clearly support your original point of view.
Fair

Some of the details support your original point of view, but there are some that do not.
Good

Each detail supports your original point of view, but the flow or connection between them is sometimes uneven.
Excellent

Each detail supports, or tells more about your original point of view with an obvious and consistent flow or connection between them.
Logical order
Does the order of your supporting details make sense?
Poor

The supporting details within the writing as a whole are not developed in a logical order.
Fair

There is an attempt to develop the writing in a logical order, but some of the writing may be presented in an order readers may find confusing.
Good

Most of the writing is presented in a logical order, and readers should have little trouble following the supporting details.
Excellent

The paragraph is developed in a logical order appropriate to the writer's purpose and readers needs.
Grammar and Mechanics
Does your writing indicate that you have control of the rules of spelling, grammar and mechanics?
Poor

The writing contains countless errors in usage, spelling and mechanics most of which are distracting to the reader.
Fair

The writing contains several errors in usage, spelling and mechanics, some of which are distracting to the reader.
Good

The writing contains a few errors in usage, spelling and mechanics, but they are not distracting to the reader.
Excellent

The writing contains 0, 1 or 2 errors. There is nothing in the spelling, usage or mechanics that is distracting to the reader.



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