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Job Shadow Reflective Essay 
Three-paragraph essay reflecting upon job shadowing experience.
Rubric Code: AX79576
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Subject: English  
Type: Writing  
Grade Levels: 6-8, 9-12


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  Unsatisfactory

10 pts

Fair

15 pts

Good

20 pts

Excellent

25 pts

Demonstration of Self-Reflection

Unsatisfactory

Writing shows no self-reflection on values, skills and strengths and no connection made with future plans. Less than four of the who, what, when where, why, and how questions marginally addressed in the first two paragraphs.
Fair

Writing shows minimal self-reflection on values, skills and strengths and a weak connection made with future plans. Four of the six of the who, what, when where, why, and how questions marginally addressed in the first two paragraphs.
Good

Writing shows a general amount of self-reflection on values, skills and strengths and some connection made with future plans. Five of the six of the who, what, when where, why, and how questions fully addressed in the first two paragraphs.
Excellent

Writing shows an in-depth of self-reflection on values, skills and strengths and a strong connection made with future plans. All six of the who, what, when where, why, and how questions fully addressed in the first two paragraphs.
Supporting Details

Unsatisfactory

The topic of the paper is not clear and there are no strong details to support the main topic. Less than four of the 5 W's and H are addressed by telling what each looks (any sense) like and why important.
Fair

There is a lack of focus and only a few details to support the main topic. Four of the 5 W's and H are addressed by telling what each looks (any sense) like and why important.
Good

The paper showed a clear purpose and there were supporting details on the main topic. Four of the 5 W's and H are addressed by telling what each looks (any sense) like and why important.
Excellent

The paper showed a clear purpose and direction and there were a lot of details supporting the main topic Each of the 5 W's and H are addressed by telling what each looks (any sense) like and why important.
Structure & Organization

Unsatisfactory

Writing was not well organized and did not have a clear structure or logic. Each of the first two paragraphs has at less than two purposeful adjectives, adverbs and prepositional phrases.
Fair

Writing showed some organization but lacked an overall structure and logic. Each of the first two paragraphs has at least two purposeful adjectives, adverbs and prepositional phrases.
Good

Writing was organized and had a clear structure or logic that was easy to follow. Each of the first two paragraphs has at least three purposeful adjectives, adverbs and prepositional phrases.
Excellent

Writing was extremely well organized and had an excellent structure or logic that engaged the reader. Each of the first two paragraphs has four or more purposeful adjectives, adverbs and prepositional phrases.
Grammar

Unsatisfactory

There are many grammar and spelling areas in each paragraph and there is little proof of editing. The majority of the sentences are simple and have little if any variety.
Fair

There are four or more grammar or spelling errors in each paragraph and it is not clear that the paper had been edited. One of the three paragraphs contains at least two examples of simple, compound and complex sentences.
Good

There are no more than four grammar or spelling errors in each paragraph and it appears that there was editing done. Two of the three paragraphs contains at least two examples of simple, compound and complex sentences.
Excellent

There are no more than two grammar or spelling errors in each paragraph and it has been well-edited. Each of the three paragraphs contains at least two examples of simple, compound and complex sentences.
Concluding Paragraph

Unsatisfactory

The third or concluding paragraph shares less than two advantages, disadvantages and personal reflection concerning why this career is or is not personally appropriate for the writer.
Fair

The third or concluding paragraph shares two advantages, disadvantages and personal reflection concerning why this career is or is not personally appropriate for the writer.
Good

The third or concluding paragraph shares two advantages, disadvantages and personal reflection concerning why this career is or is not personally appropriate for the writer.
Excellent

The third or concluding paragraph shares three advantages, disadvantages and personal reflection concerning why this career is or is not personally appropriate for the writer.










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