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Model Paragraph Writing built by vantupis

Rubric Code: B22356
Paragraph must include a topic sentence, 3 details of at least 2 sentences each, and a concluding sentence.
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Categories: Subjects: English  
Types: Writing  
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Powered by iRubric Hamburger Model Paragraph Writing
  Fair
1 pts
Good
2 pts
Very Good
3 pts
Topic Sentence
Fair

Topic sentence is missing or not on topic.
Good

Topic sentence is there and on topic but is not placed correctly.
Very Good

Topic sentence is clear and correctly placed in the paragraph.
Details
Fair

Less than three details supporting the topic are evident. Some or all details are not at least 2 sentences each. Organization of details is confusing.
Good

Three clear details based on the topic sentence. Each of the details have at least 2 sentences each. Details make sense and are interesting.
Very Good

Three clear details based on the topic sentence. Details are well explained using at least 2 sentences each. The details are interesting, creative, and well-thought out.
Concluding sentence
Fair

Concluding sentence is missing or does not match the topic sentence.
Good

Interesting concluding sentence that sums up the paragraph. Concluding sentence matches topic sentence.
Very Good

Powerful, creative, and interesting concluding sentence that sums up the paragraph. Concluding sentence matches topic sentence.
Writing Process
Fair

Shows very few steps of the writing process.
Good

Shows most steps of the writing process.
Very Good

Shows all 5 steps of the writing process.



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