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iRubric: How To Ice-Cream Sundae rubric

iRubric: How To Ice-Cream Sundae rubric

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How To Ice-Cream Sundae

  Derived from rubric: How To Paragraph
built by jmorel0813

Rubric Code: W62C98
The students will write a How To paragraph on a topic of their choice in math class.
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Categories: Subjects: English  
Types: Writing  
Grade Levels: 6-8

Powered by iRubric How To Paragraph
  Advanced 4
(N/A)
Proficient 3
(N/A)
Basic 2
(N/A)
Below Basic 1
(N/A)
Conventions
Advanced 4

There are no Spelling, Grammar or Sentence Structure mistakes in the final format.
Proficient 3

There are 1-3 spelling, grammar or sentence structure mistakes in the final format.
Basic 2

There are 3-6 spelling, grammar or sentence structure mistakes in the final format.
Below Basic 1

There are more than 6 mistakes in spelling, grammar or sentence structure.
Paragraph format
Advanced 4

The writer has indented and has written a nice paragraph. They have a topic sentence that clearly states the main idea.
Proficient 3

The writer did not indent and the paragraph has an nice flow.They have a topic sentence that could be a little more clear.
Basic 2

The writer did not indent and the paragraph is a little hard to read. The topic sentence is off topic.
Below Basic 1

The writer did not indent and the paragraph and is hard to read. They did not have a topic sentence.
Description of Process
Advanced 4

The writer did an excellent job telling the reader how to do something. The steps are clear and specific.
Proficient 3

The writer wrote the steps of how to do something. Some steps could have been a little more clear.
Basic 2

The steps of the How To Paragraph are there. However, they are not clear to the reader.
Below Basic 1

The steps are not clear or in order.
Use of Sequence Words
Advanced 4

The writer used sequence words to show how to do something.
Proficient 3

The writer used some sequence words while writing the how to paragraph. The lack of sequence words did not effect the how to paragraph.
Basic 2

The writer used very little sequence words in this project. The steps are somewhat confusing.
Below Basic 1

The writer did not use any sequence words. The steps are very confusing to the reader.
Word Choice
Advanced 4

The writer has excellent word choice and uses descriptive words in their writing.
Proficient 3

The writer has nice word choice. They could have writen with a little more descriptivness.
Basic 2

The writer has very little different word choices for the paragraph.
Below Basic 1

The writer does not have acceptable word choice in this paragraph.
Excel Document
Advanced 4

The writer completed the excel document using the proper formula to sum the value of their ice-cream sundae.
Proficient 3

The writer completed the excel document without using the proper formula(completed math by hand) to sum the value of their ice-cream sundae.
Basic 2

The writer did not complete the excel document using the proper formula to sum the value of their ice-cream sundae.
Below Basic 1


Illustration and Diagram
Advanced 4

The writer illustrated and labeled drawing of their ice-cream sundae.
Proficient 3

The writer illustrated but did not label the drawing of their ice-cream sundae.
Basic 2

The writer did not complete the illustration and the labeled diagram of their ice-cream sundae.
Below Basic 1


Handed in On Time
Advanced 4

The writer hands in the assignment on time.
Proficient 3

The writer hands in the assingment 1 day late.
Basic 2

The writer hands in the assignment 2 days late.
Below Basic 1

The writer hands in the assignment 3 or more days late.



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