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iRubric: Story Grammar Marker Rubric

iRubric: Story Grammar Marker Rubric

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Story Grammar Marker Rubric

  Derived from rubric: Story Grammar Marker Rubric
built by jhoppa

Rubric Code: NX9XBAA
This rubric is to be used in correlation with the Story Grammar Marker Concept Assessment sheet.
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  Unsatisfactory
0 pts
Poor
1 pts
Satisfactory
2 pts
Excellent
3 pts
Character
Unsatisfactory

Student is unable to identify the characters of the story.
Poor

Student is able to name the character.
Satisfactory

Student is able to name the character and provide one descriptive idea about the character with prompts.
Excellent

Student independently names the character and provides at least two details about the character.
Setting
Unsatisfactory

Student is unable to name the setting.
Poor

Student is able to identify where the story takes place (setting).
Satisfactory

Student is able to identify where and when the story takes place with prompts.
Excellent

Student is able to identify to independently provide descriptive details about the story setting including identifying where and when the story takes place.
Initiating Event (Kick-off)
Unsatisfactory

Student is unable to identify the Initiating Event (Kick-off)
Poor

Student is able to identify the initiating event.
Satisfactory

Student is able to identify the initiating event and relate it to the character's internal response (feeling) using at least one cause-effect term with prompts.
Excellent

Student is able to independently identify the initiating event and relate it to the character's internal response (feeling) and the plan using cause-effect terms such as so, because, etc.
Internal Response (Feelings)
Unsatisfactory

Student is unable to identify the feelings of the character pertaining to the kickoff
Poor

Student is able to identify the character's feeling(s) but does not indicate a cause-effect relationship.
Satisfactory

Student is able to identify the character's feeling(s) as related to the initiating event with prompts.
Excellent

Student is able to independently identify the character's feeling(s) as related to the initiating event and how it motivates the plan.
Plan
Unsatisfactory

Student is unable to identify the plan of action the character(s) decides upon regarding the kickoff
Poor

Student is able to simply state the plan with or without planning words.
Satisfactory

Student is able to analyze the story and identify the plan of action the character decides upon regarding the kickoff using planning words given cues and prompts.
Excellent

Student is able to independently identify the plan of action the character decides upon regarding the kickoff using planning words and identifying the cause-effect relationship between the Initiating Event-Internal Response-Plan.
Planned Actions
Unsatisfactory

Student is unable to identify actions of the character.
Poor

Student presents the planned actions without transition words and/or without proper sequencing.
Satisfactory

Student identifies and properly sequences the planned actions using appropriate transition words with prompts.
Excellent

Student independently identifies and properly sequences the planned actions using appropriate transition words.
Direct Consequences (Tie Up)
Unsatisfactory

Student is unable to identify the Direct Consequences of the plan.
Poor

Student correctly answers the question "Did the Character's Plan work?"
Satisfactory

Student identifies the direct consequences of the plan and determines whether or not the plan was effective with prompts
Excellent

Student independently identifies the direct consequences of the plan and determines whether or not the plan was effective.
Resolution
Unsatisfactory

Student is unable to identify the feelings of the character pertaining to the direct consequences.
Poor

Student is able to identify the feeling of the character as it relates to the direct consequences.
Satisfactory

Student is able to identify the feeling of the character and the lesson of the story with prompts.
Excellent

Student is able to independently identify the feeling of the character, the lesson and overarching moral of the story.



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