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iRubric: Writing Workshop rubric

iRubric: Writing Workshop rubric

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Writing Workshop

  Derived from rubric: Reading Workshop
built by harrisl16

Rubric Code: X4BCX4
Weekly Assessment of Writing Workshop; Circled criteria needs improvement.
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Categories: Subjects: Education  
Types: Reading   Writing  
Grade Levels: K-5

Powered by iRubric Writing Workshop
  Great
10 pts
Good
8 pts
Fair
6 pts
Poor
4 pts
Independent Writing
Great

Writes or rereads quietly entire time; respects classmates writing and those conferencing with teacher; able to write without constant teacher help/ approval; follows peer conference rules
Good

Mostly follows criteria in column 1
Fair

Sometimes follows criteria in column 1
Poor

Moves around during writing time, distracts others with talking or noise, interrupts conferences, does not consistently write; cannot write unless teacher is helping
Mini Lesson/Guided Reading
Great

Comes to meeting area quickly, quietly, and prepared; pays attention; does not distract classmates; actively participates in lesson with group or partner
Good

Mostly follows criteria in column 1
Fair

Sometimes follows criteria in column 1
Poor

Rarely comes to meeting area on time, quietly, prepared; rarely pays attention, rarely participates, .
Writing Quality
Great

Writes using a timeline, a lead, showing, smiley face tricks, organization of events, revising, drafts 1 & 2, publishing
Good

Mostly follows criteria in column 1.
Fair

Sometimes follows criteria in column 1
Poor

Rarely follows the writing process in writing folder and on poster in room. Improvement is not seen in writing.
What Counts
Great

Uses "What Counts" poster in classroom to self edit; capital letters, punctuation, corrects spelling from 300 word list.
Good

Mostly follows criteria in column 1.
Fair

Sometimes follows criteria in column 1.
Poor

Rarely self edits or uses "What Counts" poster.



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