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Rubric Code: A2X6XW5
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Subject: English  
Type: Writing  
Grade Levels: 9-12


Powered by iRubric ACT WRITING PROMPT
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  6

Responses at
this score point
demonstrate
effective skill
in writing an
argumentative
essay

6 pts

5

Responses at
this scorepoint
demonstrate
well-developed
skill in
writing an
argumentative
essay.

5 pts

4

Responses at
this scorepoint
demonstrate
adequate skill
in writing an
argumentative
essay.

4 pts

3

Responses at
this scorepoint
demonstrate
some
developing skill
in writing an
argumentative
essay

3 pts

2

Responses at
this scorepoint
demonstrate
weak or
inconsistent
skill in
writing an
argumentative
essay

2 pts

1

Responses at
this scorepoint
demonstrate
little or no skill
in writing an
argumentative
essay.

1 pts

Take a position

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6

Yes
5

Yes
4

Yes
3

Yes
2

No
1

No
Complexity & Counterargument

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6

examine different perspectives,
evaluate implications and complications of issue, respond to counterargument
5

some recognition of complexity/counterargument
4

some recognition of complexity/counterargument
3

brief recognition of complexity/counterargument
2

little recognition of
complexity/counterargument
1

no recognition of
complexity/counterargument
Example, Support

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6

specific and logical
fully elaborate
5

specific and logical
fully elaborate
4

clear movement between some general & some specific support adequate
3

limited support
repetitious
2

general
may not be relevant
1

minimal developed excessive repetition
Focus

6

clear focus
5

maintained focus
4

some focus
3

little focus
2

no focus
1

no focus
Organization

6

Well organized and logical
5

somewhat predictable / logical sequence
grows from purpose
4

simple organization
3

some organization structure / some logical groupings in parts of essay
2

little evidence of organization or logical groupings
1

no organization
Intro & Conclusion

6

effective
clear
well-developed
5

clear
generally
well-developed
4

clear
somewhat developed
3

clear
underdeveloped
2

if present, minimal
1

missing
MUGs

Mechanics, Usage, Grammar, and Spelling

6

• good command
of language
• varied sentence
structure
• precise word
choice
• few errors
5

• competent use of
language
• somewhat varied
sentence structure
• varied word
choice
• few errors
4

• adequate language
• some varied
sentence structure
• appropriate word
choice
• some distracting
errors
3

• basic control of language
• little variety in sentence
structure
• appropriate word choice
• errors may be occasionally
distracting
2

• simple language
• simple sentence
structure
• errors may be
frequently
distracting and impede
understanding
1

• simple language
• simple sentence
structure
• errors may be
frequently distracting and significantly impede understanding




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