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iRubric: Non-Fiction Writing rubric

iRubric: Non-Fiction Writing rubric

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Non-Fiction Writing

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Rubric Code: N2CW97
In this unit of Writer's Workshop, students will study the procedures of writing books that will teach the reader about a topic.
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Categories: Subjects: English  
Types: Writing  
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Powered by iRubric Non-Fiction Writing
  Poor
1 pts
Good
2 pts
Outstanding
3 pts
Attitude
Does the child view him/herself as a non-fiction author?
Poor

Student does not try to convey any information in his/her story.
Good

Student conveys one or two facts, but does not stay on point.
Outstanding

Student conveys two or more facts, stays on topic, and is excited to share information with peers.
Qualities of Good Writing
Does the student use the craft techniques from mini-lessons?
Poor

Student does not use any precise words that teach the reader about the topic.
Good

Student demonstrates a use of precise words that teach the reader about the topic.
Outstanding

Student demonstrates a use of precise words that teach the reader about the topic. Child's paper also shows evidence of basic writing conventions. (i.e. capital letters at the beginning of a sentence and punctuation at the end of the sentence.)
Revision
Is the child going back to read his/her work?
Poor

Child does not reread his/her own work.
Good

Child rereads his/her own work.
Outstanding

Child rereads his/her own work making corrections when recognized.
Productivity
How long does the child write for independently?
Poor

The child does not work independently during writing time.
Good

The child can work on writing for 10-20 minutes.
Outstanding

The child can work on writing for longer stretches of time- 20-30 minutes.
Genre
Is the child writing in a non-fiction format?
Poor

Student does not write non-fiction stories.
Good

Student can be refocused back into working on non-fiction writing.
Outstanding

Student is only working on the non-fiction genre.



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