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iRubric: IGCSE Writing rubric

iRubric: IGCSE Writing rubric

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IGCSE Writing

  Derived from rubric: iCGSE Writing
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Rubric Code: N6WA77
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Keywords: iGCSE
Categories: Subjects: English  
Types: Writing  
Grade Levels: 9-12

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(N/A)
2
(N/A)
3
(N/A) 'Clear and Secure'
4
(N/A)
5
(N/A)
6
(N/A)
Communication
1

Communicates some relevant meaning
2

Communication is clearer, though not consistently so, and there is occasional
awareness of purpose and audience; generally simple vocabulary though with
occasional appropriate use of more complex words.
3

Usually communicates clearly so that ideas can be followed without difficulty; more
sustained awareness of purpose and audience with some deliberate selection of vocabulary for effect
4

Communicates clearly, engaging the audience through the conscious selection of detail to suit purpose and the selection of vocabulary for effect. Increasingly, discourse markers will be integrated and used to facilitate organisation.
5

Communicates effectively most of the time with detailed and developed ideas and evidence of more sophisticated vocabulary and phrasing. Begins to manipulate reader’s response.
6

Communicates in a convincing and/or compelling way, fully engaging the reader with
sustained personal voice and delightful vocabulary choices.
Structure
1

Some simple sequencing of ideas: places two or more ideas in order
2

Sometimes sequences ideas in a logical order and may indicate paragraphs
spasmodically/randomly; may occasionally start a new paragraph appropriately.
3

Ideas are logically sequenced with some conscious control of paragraphing usually
marking a shift in focus; paragraphs may be tabloid or over-extended at times.
4

Evidence of an imposed structure (which may still be chronological) perhaps through
deliberate repetition, a time-line, contrast or the overall linking of the various parts;
paragraphs are usually developed and coherent with clear links within and between
them.
5

Coherently structured with some fluent linking of paragraphs.
6

Uses a variety of structural features to enhance the writing as appropriate e.g. flashbacks, one-sentence paragraphs, dialogue.
Sentences
1

Some attempt to organise ideas into sentences; evidence of some conscious separation of ideas for clarity
2

Begins to show variation in, and some control of, sentence structures; uses simple and compound sentences with occasional complex sentences.
3

Conscious variation of sentence structures may be found in short sentences or
exclamations for effect, rhetorical questions, or in complex sentences linked with appropriate discourse markers e.g. “Firstly, the most important …”. Variation is unlikely
to be sustained; may be some lack of control and grammatical insecurity.
4

Sentence structures are varied (short sentences or exclamations for effect, rhetorical questions, complex sentences), generally grammatically secure and, at times, effective.
5

Uses a wide range of sentence structures effectively.
6

Clear and controlled manipulation of sentence structures for effect.
Grammar, Punctuation, Spelling
1

Some accuracy in spelling of simple words such as “then” and “after”; occasional
accuracy in punctuation demonstrated through the sometimes correct use of capital
letters for names or at the start of sentences, with occasional use of full stops.
2

Commonly used words such as “where” and “your”, and simple plurals (e.g. girls, toys)
are usually spelt correctly; general accuracy in use of full stops and capital letters with occasional use of other punctuation marks.
3

Some more complex words such as “beautiful”, “frightening” are spelt correctly as are some more complex plurals (e.g. parties, children); some accuracy in, and appropriate use of, a wider range of punctuation which begins to clarify meaning, e.g. question,
exclamation and speech marks; apostrophes.
4

Spelling of simple and commonly used complex words and plurals is generally secure. Sentence demarcation is generally secure with increasing accuracy in the use of commas and punctuation to clarify meaning.
5

Spelling and punctuation are secure. Commas are used accurately and effectively and there is increasingly competent use of the colon and semi-colon.
6

Grammatically secure with a high level of accuracy in spelling and a range of punctuation used appropriately, accurately and effectively.



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