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iRubric: PERSONAL NARRATIVE WRITING RUBRIC

iRubric: PERSONAL NARRATIVE WRITING RUBRIC

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PERSONAL NARRATIVE WRITING RUBRIC

  Derived from rubric: PERSONAL NARRATIVE WRITING RUBRIC
built by harry880

Rubric Code: K25W3B
This rubric can be used at the 9-12 grade levels to make explicit the expectations of writing a personal narrative.
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Keywords: ideas, organization, conventions, voice, sentence fluency, word choice, and presentation
Categories: Subjects: English  
Types: Writing  
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  BELOW EXPECTATIONS
3 pts
MEETS EXPECTATIONS
4 pts
EXCEEDS EXPECTATIONS
5 pts
POINTS EARNED
(N/A) This column reflects the total points earned for the category.
IDEAS AND CONTENT
IDEAS AND CONTENT refers to what the reader has to say, the message. THINK: fresh, original, and interesting.
BELOW EXPECTATIONS

Not much happens. Few details are used. The narrative does not take shape.
MEETS EXPECTATIONS

A few details are used, but more are needed. Here and there, the narrative wanders off the main topic.
EXCEEDS EXPECTATIONS

Strong details are used to make the narrative come alive. All events are important to the narrative. Nothing goes off topic.
POINTS EARNED


ORGANIZATION
ORGANIZATION refers to the structure of the paper. THINK: attention-getting, logical, transitioned, and conclusive.
BELOW EXPECTATIONS

The beginning is dull. The sequence of events does not make sense.
The narrative trails off- it needs a solid ending.
MEETS EXPECTATIONS

The beginning could be more interesting. Some events seem out of place.
The ending does not fit the narrative.
EXCEEDS EXPECTATIONS

The beginning is catchy and intriguing.
The events are in a logical order.
The ending wraps up the narrative.
POINTS EARNED


VOICE
VOICE refers to evidence of the author's personality. THINK: appropriate uses of sincerity, feelings, and emotions.
BELOW EXPECTATIONS

Personal voice is missing.
Author is unrecognizable.
MEETS EXPECTATIONS

Some passages have voice, but others sound flat.
Author is somewhat
recognizable.
EXCEEDS EXPECTATIONS

Personal voice comes through clearly. Author's voice is easily recognizable.
POINTS EARNED


SENTENCE FLUENCY
SENTENCE FLUENCY refers to the readability of the paper. THINK: natural flow and varying lengths and structures of sentences.
BELOW EXPECTATIONS

Sentences are incomplete or run-on, do not begin in different ways, and do not vary in length. The paper does not sound smooth when read out loud.
MEETS EXPECTATIONS

Most sentences are complete, begin in
different ways, and vary in length.
The paper sounds relatively smooth when read out loud.
EXCEEDS EXPECTATIONS

Sentences are complete, begin in a variety of ways, and vary in length.
The paper sounds smooth when read out loud.
POINTS EARNED


Word Choice
WORD CHOICE refers to the writer's ability to create a mental picture for the reader. THINK: vivid verbs, specific nouns, and accurate, energetic, and varied modifiers.
BELOW EXPECTATIONS

Words are uninteresting or dull, unclear in meaning, and repeated often.
MEETS EXPECTATIONS

Words are somewhat interesting, relatively clear in meaning, and repeated infrequently.
EXCEEDS EXPECTATIONS

Words are interesting and vivid, clear in meaning, and not repeated.
POINTS EARNED


CONVENTIONS
CONVENTIONS refers to punctuation, capitalization, spelling, grammar, and paragraphing. THINK: enhancing readability.
BELOW EXPECTATIONS

There are many errors in
punctuation, capitalization, spelling, grammar, and paragraphing.
Proper heading and title are missing. Paper is too short/too long and has a messy appearance. Formatting requirements are not met.
MEETS EXPECTATIONS

There are some errors in punctuation, capitalization, spelling, grammar, and paragraphing.
Proper heading or title may be missing. Paper is close to the required length and has a somewhat neat appearance. Formatting requirements are met for the most part.
EXCEEDS EXPECTATIONS

There are very few errors in punctuation, capitalization, spelling, grammar, and paragraphing.
Paper meets the required length and has a very neat appearance. Formatting requirements are met.
POINTS EARNED





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