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iRubric: Charlottes Web Compare/Contrast Essay: Book to movie rubric

iRubric: Charlottes Web Compare/Contrast Essay: Book to movie rubric

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Charlottes Web Compare/Contrast Essay: Book to movie built by omcgeorge

Rubric Code: JC77W
The purpose of this rubric is to allow the younger student to know what the expectations are for writing a comparing/contrasting essay. The student will compare and contrast the book Charlotte's Web to the movie of the same name. In preparation for this assignment, the student will have had instruction in the writing process, sentence structure, capitalization, end marks, specific vocabulary words, read the book and viewed the movie. Students will also have had instruction using technology i.e., word processing and power point. This can also be used for older students who lack the appropriate skills to write this type of essay.
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Keywords: Compare/Contrast Essay, Charlotte's Web, Writing, Essays, English, Technology
Categories: Subjects: Communication   Computers   English   Journalism   Test Preparation   (General)  
Types: Project   Presentation   Assignment   Writing   ePortfolio   (Other)  
Grade Levels: K-5, 6-8

Powered by iRubric Charlotte's Web C/C Essay
  Excellent
3 pts
Good
2 pts
Fair
1 pts
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0 pts
Capitalization
Excellent

All sentences begin with a capital letter.
Good

Most sentences begin with a capital letter
Fair

Few, if any sentences start with a capital letter.
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None of the sentences start with a captial letter. Make corrections.
End Marks
Excellent

All sentences have the correct end marks.
Good

Most sentences have the correct end marks.
Fair

Few, if any of the sentences have the correct end mark.
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None of the sentences have the correct end mark. Make corrections.
Sentence Structure
Excellent

Sentences are of an appropriate length, make sense, and is free of subject/verb disagreements. **No 3 word 'baby' sentences.
Good

Sentences are of an appropriate length, mostly make sense, but there are some subject/verb disagreements.
Fair

Essay contains many errors which are distracting to the reader.
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Essay is unreadable due to too many errors. Re-Do.
Vocabulary
Excellent

Vocabulary - i.e., word choice is strong and shows understanding of the meaning.
Good

Most vocabulary words are used appropriately
Fair

Vocabulary - i.e., word choice is weak and doesn't show understanding of the meaning.
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Word choice is unclear and doesn't make sense in the sentences. Re-Do.
Comparison points
Excellent

There are (3) three clear comparison examples between the movie and the book.
Good

There are (2) two comparison examples between the movie and the book
Fair

There is (1)one comparison example between the movie and the book .
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Student has not provided any comparison examples between the movie and the book. Re-Do.
Contrasting points
Excellent

There are (3) three clear contrasting examples between the movie and the book.
Good

There are (2) two clear contrasting examples between the movie and the book.
Fair

There is (1) one clear contrasting example between the movie and the book.
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Student has not provided any contrasting examples between the movie and the book. Re-Do.
Presentation
Excellent

Final draft uses word processing and includes multi-media - i.e., illustrations, power point.
Good

Final draft uses word processing or is.
Fair

Final draft is hand written in a very legible way.
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Essay is hand written and hard to read. Re-do.
Essay Structure
Excellent

There are 5 paragraphs, each with 3-5 sentences: An introduction with three clear points, 3 body paragraphs each comparing and contrasting a point, and a conclusion paragrpah that clearly summarizes the essay using DIFFERENT wording than the introduction.
Good

There are at least 3 paragraphs, and it mostly flows and makes sense.
Fair

There are 2 paragraphs: one that compares and one that contrasts.
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There isn't any real form or format to this essay. Re-do.



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