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iRubric: Writer's Notebook Rubric - Grade 6

iRubric: Writer's Notebook Rubric - Grade 6

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Writer's Notebook Rubric - Grade 6 built by RhondaS

Rubric Code: JX92248
Writing Process Notebook entries from gathering entries to developing the seed
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Categories: Subjects: English   Education  
Types: Writing  
Grade Levels: 6-8

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3
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2
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1
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0
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Quality (40)
4

Entires are thoughtful and reflective, revealing new insights to the writer's thinking.
3

Entires tend to be thoughtful and reflective. They may reveal new insights to the writer's thinking.
2

Entries resemble a diary format or bed to bed type stories . Little or no reflective thinking is evident.
1

Entries are difficult to read due to organization of writing.
0

Writer does not write enough to effectively assess their work.
Volume (32)
4

Writer exceeds the maximum amount of required writing for each entry.
3

Writer produces the maximum amount of required writing for each entry.
2

Writer produces the minimum amount of required writing for each entry. (3/4 page)
1

Writer produces at least a paragraph but less than a page. (1/2 page)
0

Writer does not write enough to effectively assess their work.
Mini lesson (16)
4

Entries are detailed and show that the writer regularly uses strategies taught in mini-lessons. Independently implements
the strategies taught.
3

Some entries are detailed and sometimes show that the writer uses strategies taught in mini-lessons. Requires very little coaching to begin writing.
2

Most entries are detailed and some show that the writer is trying to use strategies in the mini-lessons. Needs some prompting to implement mini lesson strategy.
1

Writer's entries lack details and show little evidence of strategies taught during mini-lessons. Needs teacher directed support to implement the mini lesson strategy.
0

Writer does not write enough to effectively assess their work. Will not attempt to implement mini lesson strategy w/o teacher.
Compositional Risks (12)
4

Writer naturally weaves compositional risks (i.e. figurative language, voice, dialogue, lead, or repetition)
3

Writer attempts compositional risks (i.e. figurative language, voice, dialogue, lead, or repetition)
2

Writer shows some evidence of using compositional risks (i.e. figurative language, voice, dialogue, lead, or repetition)
1

Writer shows little evidence of using compositional risks (i.e. figurative language, voice, dialogue, lead, or repetition)
0

Writer does not write enough to effectively assess their work.
Conventions (8)
4

1-2 errors (grammar, spelling, punctuation)
3

Minimal (3-5) errors (grammar, spelling, punctuation)
2

Some (6-9) errors (grammar, spelling, punctuation)
1

Numerous errors (grammar, spelling, punctuation) but does not interfere with understanding
0

Writer does not pay attention to spelling and punctuation. It is very difficult for someone to read their writing.



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