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iRubric: 2nd Grade Opinion Writing rubric

iRubric: 2nd Grade Opinion Writing rubric

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2nd Grade Opinion Writing built by topong11

Rubric Code: W99WX6
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Categories: Subjects: English  
Types: Writing  
Grade Levels: K-5

Powered by iRubric Opinion Writing
  Beginning
1 pts
Approaching
2 pts
Meeting
3 pts
Exceeding
4 pts
Overall
Beginning

I did not write an opinion or give reasons for my opinion.
Approaching

I wrote my opinion or my likes/dislikes and gave some reasons for my opinion.
Meeting

I wrote my opinion or my likes/dislikes and gave reasons for my opinion.
Exceeding

I told readers my opinion and ideas on a text or a topic and helped them understand my reasons.
Lead
Beginning

In the beginning, I did not give my opinion.
Approaching

In the beginning, I gave my opinion.
Meeting

In the beginning, I not only gave my opinion, I also set readers up to expect that my writing will try to convince them of it.
Exceeding

In the beginning, I not only set the readers up to expect that this will be a piece of opinion writing, I also tried to hook them into caring about my opinion.
Transitions
Beginning

I did not connect parts of my piece with transition words.
Approaching

I connected parts of my piece with some words like also, another, and because.
Meeting

I connected parts of my piece using words like also, another, and because.
Exceeding

I connected my ideas/reasons with my examples using words like for example and because. I connected one reason (or example) using words like also and another.
Ending
Beginning

The ending I wrote does not remind readers of my opinion.
Approaching

The ending I wrote slightly reminds readers of my opinion.
Meeting

The ending I wrote reminds readers of my opinion.
Exceeding

I worked on an ending. It might be a thought or comment related to my opinion.
Organization
Beginning

My piece is not written in different parts and I do not have lines for each part.
Approaching

My piece has different parts, but I do not have many lines for each part
Meeting

My piece has different parts, and I wrote lots of lines for each part.
Exceeding

I wrote several reasons why people should agree with my opinion, and wrote several sentences about each reasons.



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