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iRubric: Persuasive Letter rubric

iRubric: Persuasive Letter rubric

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Persuasive Letter

  Derived from rubric: Personal Narrative
built by aphillips24

Rubric Code: G4B985
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Categories: Subjects: English  
Types: Writing  
Grade Levels: K-5

Powered by iRubric Persuasive Letter
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  Excellent
3 pts
Good
2 pts
Poor
1 pts
Writing Conventions
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Excellent

The student has spelled 3rd grade words correctly and have written in complete sentences. The subjects and verbs agree. Capital's and periods are used! Indented paragraphs
Good

The student has spelled most 3rd grade words correctly and have written in mostly complete sentences. Most of the time the subject and verb agree. Capital's and periods are mostly used. Indented paragraphs mostly.
Poor

The student has made many spelling errors. The sentences are incomplete and the subjects and verbs don't agree. Capital's and periods are not used as they should be! No indentation for the paragraphs.
Paragraphs
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Excellent

The student has written in an organized fashion using paragraph's.
4 Paragraphs
Good

The student has written in a somewhat organized fashion. The paragraphs may or may not be indented or defined and may or may not make sense. 4 paragraphs.
Poor

The student has not written using any organization. No paragraphs have been used. Fewer than 4 paragraphs.
Ideas and Content
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Excellent

Student stays focused on topic.
Good

Student stays mostly on the topic, may have a few items that are not related to the topic.
Poor

Student does not have one focused topic. Many items in the writing are unrelated.
Style
Excellent

Student uses great words that add interest and make it readable.
Good

Student uses some good words that add interest and make it somewhat readable.
Poor

Student does not use good words. The writing is difficult to read and does not flow.



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