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iRubric: Realistic Fiction Writing Rubric - Grade 5

iRubric: Realistic Fiction Writing Rubric - Grade 5

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Realistic Fiction Writing Rubric - Grade 5

  Derived from rubric: Fiction Writing Rubric
built by tchrmommy1

Rubric Code: H372CC
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Categories: Subjects: English  
Types: Writing  
Grade Levels: K-5

Powered by iRubric Fiction Writing
  Good
3 pts
Fair
2 pts
Poor
1 pts
Generating Ideas
Good

The author used one or more writing strategies to generate story ideas in the writer's notebook.
Fair

The author attempted to use a writing strategy to generate story ideas.
Poor

The author did not use a writing strategy to generate story ideas.
Character Development
Good

The author created characters with both internal and external traits. The traits are evident in the author's writing. The characters have struggles and/or motivations.
Fair

The author created characters with struggles/motivations. There is little or no evidence of internal and external traits.
Poor

The author did not fully develp his/her characters.
Story Structure
Good

The author's story planning is visible in his/her writing. The story flows from one scene to the next without confusion. The story has a beginning, middle and end.
Fair

The story has some gaps in the plot and/or lacks organization.
Poor

The story does not have a beginning, middle and end. It has many gaps in the plot scenes.
Leads
Good

The lead draws the reader in using action, dialogue or setting.
Fair

The writing has a lead with action, dialogue or setting but does not effectively draw the reader in.
Poor

The writing has no lead to draw the reader in.
Ending
Good

The ending makes sense and does not come out of nowhere. The reader's key questions are answered.
Fair

The ending doesn't make sense or does not show change in character. Reader still has a few unanswered key questions.
Poor

The ending comes out of nowhere and/or does not make sense.
Word Choice
Good

The writer used a variety of descriptive words to enhance the vocabulary his/her writing.
Fair

The writer used a few descriptive words to enhance the vocabulary his/her writing.
Poor

The writer did not attempt to use any descriptive words or enhance the vocabulary.
Conventions
Good

There are very few punctuation, spelling, and/or grammar errors. The story consists of several developed paragraphs.
Fair

There are some punctuation, spelling, and/or grammar errors. The writer has attempted to write in paragraphs.
Poor

There are many punctuation, spelling, and/or grammar errors. The writer has not attempted to write in paragraphs.
Cover
Good

The cover contains a title, the author's name, the date, and a thoughtful, relevant illustration pertaining to the story. It is done neatly and in color with much effort.
Fair

The cover contains most of the required elements and has an illustration that is relevant to the story. Some effort is shown.
Poor

The cover is missing a few elements and the illustration is not relevant to the story or is not in color. Little effort is shown.



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