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Fractured Fairy tale

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Rubric Code: MX8AA2W
This rubric is for grading a fractured fairy tale
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Categories: Subjects: English   Journalism   Science   Social Sciences  
Types: Assignment   Writing  
Grade Levels: K-5

Powered by iRubric FRACTURED FAIRY TALE
 
5 pts

4 pts

3 pts

2 pts
Format/Story Elements
5

The content contains multiple paragraphs that are at least 4 sentences each. Ideas are organized in a way that are easy to follow and understand,<BR>
demonstrating beginning, middle & end. Must begin and end the typical fairy tale way.
4

The content contains multiple paragraphs that are at least 4 sentences. Ideas are somewhat organized in a way that are easy to follow and understand, demonstrating beginning, middle & end. Missing one of the typical fairy tale elements.
3

The content is not in paragraph form. There are at least 3-5 sentences per idea. Ideas are somewhat organized in a way that are easy to follow and understand, demonstrating beginning,middle & end. Missing one of the typical fairy tale elements. Missing two or of the typical fairy tale elements.
2

The content is not <BR>
in paragraph <BR>
format. There are less than 4 sentences. <BR>
Ideas are not organized. Does not have any fairy tale
Content/ Fairytale Elements
5

Has a clear protagonist/antagonist, magical elements and a
happy ending for one of the characters.
4

Missing one of the following: protagonist/antagonist, magical element, happy ending for one of the characters.
3

Missing two of the following: protagonist/antagonist, magical element, happy ending for one of the characters.
2

Missing three or more of the following: protagonist/antagonist, magical element, happy ending for one of the characters.
Grammar & Spelling
5

Complete sentences and correct grammar are used. Evidence of proof reading is shown.<BR>
Less than 3 errors in spelling, punctuation and grammar.
4

Complete sentences and correct grammar are used. Evidence of proof reading is shown. Grammar is mostly accurate and sentence structure has correct capitalization and periods. Between 3-5 errors.
3

Sentence structure & grammar need improvement. Little evidence of proof reading is shown. Sentences are not always complete. Between 5 - 8 errors in spelling, capitals and punctuation.
2

Sentence structure & grammar need improvement. No evidence of proof reading is shown. Sentences are not complete. More than 8 errors in spelling, capitals and punctuation.
Change Story Elements
5

Changed story element from a known fairy tale to a fractured fairy tale. Original fairy tale is clear.
4

Changed story element from a known fairy tale to a fractured fairy tale. Changed a bit too much therefore rewriting the story.
3

Changed story element from a known fairy tale to a fractured fairy tale. Original fairy tale is not clear.
2

Did not change element from a known fairy tale to a fractured fairy tale.
Silly Element
5

Includes several unexpected or silly detail to create a vivid or funny picture in readers' mind.
4

Includes an unexpected or silly detail to create a vivid or funny picture in readers' mind.
3

Includes an unexpected or silly detail very similiar to an original fairy tale.
2

Does not include an unexpected or silly detail to create a vivid or funny picture in readers' mind.
Word Choice
5

Made sophisticated and appropriate word choices to enhance the story elements and dramatization
4

Made some sophisticated and appropriate word choices to enhance the story elements and dramatization
3

Made very few sophisticated and appropriate word choices to enhance the story elements and dramatization
2

Did not make any sophisticated and appropriate word choices to enhance the story elements and dramatization



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