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iRubric: English Grammar Punctuation & Capitalization rubric

iRubric: English Grammar Punctuation & Capitalization rubric

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English Grammar Punctuation & Capitalization built by sherry1

Rubric Code: WX89X2
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Categories: Subjects: English  
Types: Quiz  
Grade Levels: K-5

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  Exceeds Standard
4 pts
Meets Standard
3 pts
Partially Meets Standard
2 pts
Does Not Meet Standard
1 pts
Quotation Marks
Exceeds Standard

Knows what a set of quotation marks looks like. Knows quotation marks are used before and after the exact words a person says. Knows quotation marks are used around titles of poems, stories, and reports. Knows a comma sets off a diect quotation. Understands qutation marks come after the comma.
Meets Standard

Recognizes what a set of quotation marks looks like. Understands quotation marks are used before and after the exact words a person says. Recognizes quotation marks are used around titles of poems, stories, and reports.
Partially Meets Standard

Recognizes what a set of quotation marks looks like some of the time. Somewhat understands quotation marks are used before and after the exact words a person says. Recognizes quotation marks are used around titles of poems, stories, and reports some of the time.
Does Not Meet Standard

Does not demonstrate any knowledge of what a set of quotation marks looks like.
Question Mark
Exceeds Standard

Clearly understands when you write a sentence, you must always show where it ends. Knows there are three different marks showing that sentences are finished. (period, question mark, & exclamation point) Clearly understands that a question is a sentence that asks something and ends with a question mark.
Meets Standard

Understands when you write a sentence, you must always show where it ends. Clearly understands that a question is a sentence that asks something and ends with a question mark.
Partially Meets Standard

Recognizes some of the time when you write a sentence, you must always show where it ends. Does not always recognize that a question is a sentence that asks something and ends with a question mark.
Does Not Meet Standard

Does not recognize when you write a sentence, you must always show where it ends.
Contractions
Exceeds Standard

Completely understands this is a word made by putting together two other words. Understands at least one letter is eliminated when the two words are put together. Understands an apostrophe replaces the eliminated letter (s). Understands some contractions are made by putting together a pronoun and a verb.
Meets Standard

Understands this is a word made by putting together two other words. Recognizes at least one letter is eliminated when the two words are put together. Recognizes an apostrophe replaces the eliminated letter (s).
Partially Meets Standard

Somewhat understands this is a word made by putting together two other words. At times recognizes at least one letter is eliminated when the two words are put together. At times recognizes an apostrophe replaces the eliminated letter (s).
Does Not Meet Standard

Does not demonstrate any knowledge this is a word made by putting together two other words.
Apostrophe
Exceeds Standard

Understands what an apostophe looks like. Understands the two important uses of an apostrophe, as a posessive noun and as an apostrophe in contractions.
Meets Standard

Recognizes what an apostophe looks like. Recognizes the two important uses of an apostrophe, as a posessive noun and as an apostrophe in contractions.
Partially Meets Standard

Recognizes what an apostophe looks like. Some what recognizes the two important uses of an apostrophe, as a posessive noun and as an apostrophe in contractions.
Does Not Meet Standard

Does not demonstrate any knowledge of what an apostophe looks like.
Capitalization of Names
Exceeds Standard

Writing a complete sentence using the proper capitalization for a person's first and last name.
Meets Standard

Capitalizing the first and last name of a person.
Partially Meets Standard

Either capitalize the first letter of a person's name or capitalize the first letter in a person's last name.
Does Not Meet Standard

Does not demonstrate any knowledge of capitalization.
Capitalization of States & Holidays
Exceeds Standard

Writing a complete sentence using the proper capitalization skills for the name of a state or holiday.
Meets Standard

Capitalizing the first letter of a state and the first letter of a holiday.
Partially Meets Standard

Either capitalize the first letter of a state or captialize the first letter of a holiday.
Does Not Meet Standard

Does not demonstrate any knowledge of capitalization.



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