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iRubric: 'The Witches' Compare/Contrast Essay: Book to movie rubric

iRubric: 'The Witches' Compare/Contrast Essay: Book to movie rubric

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'The Witches' Compare/Contrast Essay: Book to movie built by jlary0086

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4 pts Exceeds
Standards
*Advanced
*Above course level

3 pts Meets
Standards
*Proficient
*Uses concepts at
course level

2 pts Partially Meets
Standards
*Basic
*Slightly below
course level
*Requires some
support for success

1 pts Does Not Meet
Standards
*Insufficient
achievement
Essay Structure
4

There are 5 paragraphs, each with 3-5 sentences: An introduction with three clear points, 3 body paragraphs each comparing and contrasting a point, and a conclusion paragraph that clearly summarizes the essay using DIFFERENT wording than the introduction.
3

There are at least 3 paragraphs which flow and make sense.
2

There are 2 paragraphs: one that compares and one that contrasts.
1

There isn't any real form or format to this essay.
Comparison points
4

There are (3) three clear comparison examples between the movie and the book.
3

There are (2) two comparison examples between the movie and the book
2

There is (1)one comparison example between the movie and the book .
1

Student has not provided any comparison examples between the movie and the book.
Contrasting points
4

There are (3) three clear contrasting examples between the movie and the book.
3

There are (2) two clear contrasting examples between the movie and the book.
2

There is (1) one clear contrasting example between the movie and the book.
1

Student has not provided any contrasting examples between the movie and the book.
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Vocabulary
4

Vocabulary - i.e., word choice is strong and shows understanding of the meaning.
3

Vocabulary words are used appropriately
2

Vocabulary - i.e., word choice is weak and doesn't show understanding of the meaning.
1

Word choice is unclear and doesn't make sense in the sentences.
End Marks
4

All sentences have the correct end marks.
3

All sentences have the correct end marks.
2

Few of the sentences have the correct end mark.
1

Few, if any, of the sentences have the correct end mark.
Sentence Structure
4

Sentences are of an appropriate length, make sense, and are free of subject/verb disagreements.

**No 3 word sentences.
3

Sentences are of an appropriate length and make sense.
2

Essay contains many errors which are distracting to the reader.
1

Essay is almost unreadable due to too many errors.
Capitalization
4

All sentences begin with a capital letter.
3

All sentences begin with a capital letter
2

Few sentences start with a capital letter.
1

Few, if any, of the sentences start with a capital letter.



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