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iRubric: Compare/Contrast Essay: Short Story to Movie rubric

iRubric: Compare/Contrast Essay: Short Story to Movie rubric

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Compare/Contrast Essay: Short Story to Movie built by ms_macintyre

Rubric Code: K35988
The purpose of this rubric is to express the similarities and differences in the interpretation of the short story The Most Dangerous Game with it's movie version.
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Keywords: Compare/Contrast Essay, Essays
Categories: Subjects: Communication   Computers   English   Journalism   Test Preparation   (General)  
Types: Project   Presentation   Assignment   Writing   ePortfolio   (Other)  
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Powered by iRubric C/C Essay
  Excellent
4 pts
Good
3 pts
Fair
2 pts
Re-do
1 pts
Capitalization/punctuation
Excellent

0-1 mistakes
Good

2-3 mistakes
Fair

4-5 mistakes
Re-do

6 or more mistakes
Grammar/usage
Excellent

0-1 mistakes
Good

2-3 mistakes
Fair

4-5 mistakes
Re-do

6 or more mistakes
Sentence Structure
Excellent

Sentences are of an appropriate length, make sense, and are complete.
Good

Sentences are of an appropriate length, mostly make sense, but may include fragments or run-ons.
Fair

Essay contains many errors which are distracting to the reader.
Re-do

Essay is unreadable due to too many errors.
Re-Do.
Comparison points
Excellent

There are (4) four clear comparison paragraphs.
Good

There are (3) three clear comparison paragraphs.
Fair

There are (2) two clear comparison paragraphs.
Re-do

Student has covered one or less comparisons between the movie and the book.
Re-Do.
Support examples
Excellent

There are at least (3) three examples supporting comparison in each paragraph
Good

There are at least (2) two examples supporting comparison in each paragraph.
Fair

There is at least (1) one example supporting comparison in each paragraph.
Re-do

Student has not provided any supporting examples.
Re-do.
Format
Excellent

There are the (6) six required paragraphs.
Good

There are only 4-5 paragraphs written.
Fair

There are only 3 paragraphs written.
Re-do

There are less than 3 paragraphs written. re-do.
Compare/Contrast
Excellent

There is both comparison (similarity) and contrast (difference) in each paragraph.
Good

There is both comparison (similarity) and contrast (difference) in most paragraph.
Fair

There is comparison (similarity) and contrast (difference) in few paragraph.
Re-do

There is not both comparison (similarity) and contrast (difference) in any of the paragraphs.
Re-do
Turn in packet
Excellent

All three components of the turn in packet are attached and in correct order: final draft, plan, and rough draft
Good

One part of the turn in packet is missing or out of order.
Fair

Two parts of the turn in packet are missing or out of order.
Re-do

Nothing has been turned in--0 points
Re-do.



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