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iRubric: "Of Mice and Men" Alternate Ending rubric

iRubric: "Of Mice and Men" Alternate Ending rubric

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"Of Mice and Men" Alternate Ending built by amartindale

Rubric Code: R8XB68
Students will use this rubric to write an alternate ending for the novel "Of Mice and Men"
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Keywords: multiple perspectives/ alternate ending
Categories: Subjects: English  
Types: Assessment  
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Powered by iRubric OMAM--Alternate Ending
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  Poor
0 pts
Fair
50 pts
Excellent
100 pts
Correct grammar and mechanics
20 pts Writer uses correct grammar in sentence structure, spelling, and punctuation
Poor

The piece is full of grammar, structuaral, spelling, and punctuation errors which distract the reader from the content.
Fair

The piece is relatively error free in relation to grammar, sentence structure, punctuation, or spelling, which do not distract from the overall reading of the story.
Excellent

The uses little to no errors in grammar, sentence structure, punctuation or spelling.
5 Major characters
10 pts The writer uses 5 of the major characters from the novel in his/her alternate ending. Two of the characters are George and Lennie; the others are of the author's choice.
Poor

The writing uses 2 or less major characters from the orginal novel.
Fair

The writing uses 3 to 4 of the major characters from the novel. George and Lennie are present.
Excellent

The writing uses 5 of the major characters from the novel. George and Lennie are two of the major characters.
Viewpoints and Alternate Ending
20 pts The writing piece is written from the viewpoint of one of the other major characters in the novel. The scene incorporates a use of an alternate ending, in some way.
Poor

The writing is not written from a different viewpoint or perspective in relation to the end of the novel . The writing does not incorporrate a alternate ending.
Fair

The writing either incorporates a multiple viewpoint or an alternate ending to the novel. The piece does not incorporate both.
Excellent

The piece is written from a different perspective than the orginal and has incorporate some use of an alternate ending.
Contextual Knowledge Utilized
20 pts The writer uses derived contextual knowledge to help form the development of his/her piece. Characters react, respond, and interact with one another reasonably from the novel's portrayal.
Poor

The piece shows little to no examples of contextual knowledge gained and utlized through the unit. Characters do not respond, react, or interact with one another according to Steinbeck's portrayal.
Fair

The piece shows some examples of contextual knowledge gained and utlized through the unit. Characters do not respond, react, or interact with one another according to Steinbeck's portrayal.
Excellent

The piece shows prevelant examples of contextual knowledge gained and utlized through the unit. Characters do not respond, react, or interact with one another according to Steinbeck's portrayal.
Scene Description/Detail
10 pts The author utilizes some of Steinbeck's writing techniques in the decription of the scene or event details.
Poor

The writer utilizes non of Steinbeck's writing techniques throughout the piece.
Fair

The writer has brief evidence of Steinbeck's writing techniques.
Excellent

The writer has obvious examples of Steinbeck's writing techniques.
Length/Format
20 pts The writng piece meets the minimum length requirement of 2 double spaced pages in Times New Roman format.
Poor

The writing piece does not meet the minimum 2 page limit, nor does it follow the Times New Roman 12 point font, and double spaced format.
Fair

The writing piece meets the minimum 2 page limit, but does not follow the Times New Roman, 12 point font and double spaced format.
Excellent

The writing piece meets the minimum 2 page limit, and follows the Times New Roman, 12 point font and double spaced format.



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