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Personal Narrative 
Write an essay explaining how faith in God helped you through the pandemic last spring.
Rubric Code: D222C82
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Subject: English  
Type: Writing  
Grade Levels: 6-8

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  Excellent

I could use this as an example to others.

5 pts

Very Good

This is what I expect to get from students

4 pts

Grade Level

Not quite what I was hoping for

3 pts

Needs Help

You missed this and should see me for help

2 pts

No Essay

Not present in narrative

1 pts

Faith

The writer shows faith and hope in God in the essay.

Excellent

The writer clearly demonstrates how faith and hope in God helped during the pandemic with detailed examples and personal experiences.
Very Good

The writer somewhat shows how faith in God helped during the pandemic with examples and experiences.
Grade Level

The writer somewhat shows how faith in God helped with some examples, but the essay needs better organization or structure.
Needs Help

The writer tries to show how faith in God helped during the pandemic, but the essay is unclear and/or seems rushed or unfinished.
No Essay

No essay was handed in at all.
Introduction

Writer is able to produce a well written introduction.

Excellent

Has a great attention grabber (hook) and gives background information to set up story.
Very Good

Has a good attention grabber (hook) and gives adequate background information to set up story.
Grade Level

Has either a weak hook or gives little background information to set up story.
Needs Help

No hook or background information provided.
No Essay
Conclusion

Experience should have meaning

Excellent

The conclusion is well developed and interesting. The lesson learned and significance of the experience is clearly evident.
Very Good

The conclusion is somewhat developed and shows the lesson learned.
Grade Level

There is a conclusion, but it does not state the lesson learned and/or is not clear.
Needs Help

There was no lesson learned stated in the conclusion.
No Essay
Conventions

Spelling, grammar, mechanics, and punct-uation.

Excellent

On average, the writer makes very little -- if any -- mistakes per page.
Very Good

On average, writer makes some mistakes per page that don't interfere with meaning.
Grade Level

On average, writer makes no more than three mistakes per page
Needs Help

On average, writer makes more than three mistakes per page. It is evident that the writer did not proofread or edit the essay.
No Essay
Length

Writer wrote at least 500 words, as stated in directions.

Excellent

Writer completed one-to-two well written pages using supporting details and a variety of sentences.
Very Good

Writer completed one-to-two well written pages, but some content was off topic and/or went into more detail than necessary.
Grade Level

Writer completed the essay assignment at the proper length, but some content was off topic or unclear to the reader.
Needs Help

Writer completed a shorter essay than requested (under 500 words); also the content was off topic and/or unclear to the reader.
No Essay




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