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iRubric: Writing a Children's Book rubric

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Writing a Children's Book

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Rubric Code: X82C8A
Rewrite the story of Beowulf as a picture book for young children. Use simple language and include images appropriate for young readers. Your story should be at least twelve pages long and fit with the characters, theme, and plot portrayed in the book.
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Categories: Subjects: English  
Types: Project   Reading   Writing  
Grade Levels: 9-12

Powered by iRubric Children's Book
  Exceeding
10 pts
Proficient
8 pts
Satisfactory
6 pts
Emerging
4 pts
Content
The children's book is 12 pages long and fits with characters, theme, and plot from original book.
Exceeding

The project meets the lengtha dn text requirement, and mirrors the plot, themes, and characters from the original text.
Proficient

The project meets the length and text requirement, but deviates from the original text slightly.
Satisfactory

The project is less than 12 pages and does not meet text requirements, or deviates from the original text majorly.
Emerging

The project has many inaccuracies and is less than 12 pages and less them 4 sentences per page.
Beginning, Middle, End
All elements of a story are included. There is a protagonist and an antogonist within the story. The Climax is clear and the subject matter is age appropriate.
Exceeding

The flow of the story is present throughout and the voice of the author is present throughout the story.
Proficient

The flow of the story is present throughout, but the voice of the author is not present. It is unoriginal.
Satisfactory

Story is hard to follow at times and the elements of a story are missing at times. The voice of the author is present but not heard at times within the writing.
Emerging

Story does not have a protagonist or antagonist.
Story does not have a climax and does not relate to the overall theme of the assignment. The voice of the author is lost.
Illustrations
Students have illustrated or computer generated the appropriate pictures to accompany the writing on the pages.
Exceeding

Illustrations and details are present and connect to all the written pages. Details are extreme and great care went into each picture.
Proficient

Some illustrations are placed correctly and connected to the written pages. Detail to enhance the story is present.
Satisfactory

Illustrations are just placed on the page and are really not connected to the written page.
Emerging

There are few to no illustrations.
Grammar
All proofreading skills are adapted within the writing. Spelling errors, run-ons and fragments are corrected.
Exceeding

There are 0-1 errors in grammar and sentence formation.
Proficient

There are 2-3 errors in grammar and sentence formation.
Satisfactory

There are 4-5 errors in grammar and sentence formation.
Emerging

There are 6 or more errors in grammar and sentence formation.
Editing and Publishing
Creative ideas and neatness are present throughout.
Exceeding

Project is creative and all elements of a well-planned children's book are present.
Proficient

Neatness is present, but student was capable of more creative work.
Satisfactory

Project has pencil marks and eraser marks throughout. Little time or effort seemed to be put forth.
Emerging

The project is sloppy and incomplete.
Time Management
Exceeding

Student used class time effectively and handed the complete assignment in on the due date.
Proficient

Student used class time effectively but did not turn in assignment on the due date.
Satisfactory

Student did not use class time effectively and did not hand in completed assignment on time.
Emerging

Student wasted class time on daily basis and did not get assignment in on time.



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