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Personal Narrative 
Rubric Code: A2X5AA7
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Subject: English  
Type: Assignment  
Grade Levels: 9-12


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  Advanced

5 pts

Proficient

4 pts

Growing

3 pts

Beginning

2 pts

Considering Beginning

1 pts

Grammar and Spelling (Conventions)

Demonstrate control of grammar, diction, and paragraph and sentence structure.

Advanced

Writer makes no more than 2 errors in grammar and spelling.
Proficient

Writer makes 3-4 errors in grammar and spelling.
Growing

Writer makes 5-7 errors in grammar and spelling.
Beginning

Writer makes more than 8-10 errors in grammar and spelling.
Considering Beginning

10 or more mistakes in grammar and spelling.
Sensory Details

Describe with concrete details the sights, sounds, and smells of a scene and specific actions, movements, gestures, and feelings of the characters.

Advanced

The narrative includes sensory and reflective details. They control the mood of the story. They correlate with the artistic mode you chose to express in
Proficient

The narrative contains sensory and reflective details that are present. Mood difficult to understand. It seems to correlate with the artistic mode you chose to express in
Growing

The narrative uses a small, simple amount of sensory and reflective details.
No mood understood.
Having trouble identifying story with artistic expression
Beginning

There is very few sensory or reflective details. No mood understood.
No artistic expression, or no correlation at all.
Considering Beginning

There is no sensory details, no mood, no tone. Story is flat. No correlative artistic expression
Organization

Narrate a sequence of events and communicate their significance to the audience.

Advanced

Writer hooked the attention of the reader in the beginning. Events are in a logical sequence. The conclusion makes the importance of the event clear.
Proficient

Writer has a clear beginning. Most events in order. Clear ending.
Growing

Writers beginning doesn't capture the interest of reader. Events are out of order. There is an unclear ending.
Beginning

Writer has no clear beginning. There are no clear events stated. There is no clear ending.
Considering Beginning

Writer has no organization. The writing does not reflect a story.
Theme

Analyze the use of imagery, language, universal themes, and unique aspects of the texts.

Advanced

Writer has a clear theme that is relateable to the reader.
Proficient

Writer has an identifiable theme.
Growing

Writer has a theme that is evident but unclear.
Beginning

Writer hints at a theme but it is vague and unclear.
Considering Beginning

Writer has no theme.
Prewriting

Analyze use of imagery, language, and themes in mentor texts

Advanced

Graphic organizer is complete and goes above and beyond the expectation of planning.
Proficient

Graphic organizers is complete.
Growing

Most of the graphic organizer is complete.
Beginning

The graphic organizer has information filled in that is incomplete or irrelevant.
Considering Beginning

Writer has no evidence of prewriting.
Requirements Met

-3-5 pages
-12 pt font
-New times Roman
-Double Spaced

Advanced

Paper meets MLA formatting requirements.
Proficient

Paper follows meets all requirements except one.
Growing

Paper meets a tleast 2 of the requirements.
Beginning

Paper meets 1 of the requirements.
Considering Beginning

Paper does not meet any of the requirements.




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