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Informative/Explanatory Essay and Infographic Rubric
Rubric Code: DX7B6B4
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Subject: Foreign Languages  
Type: Writing  
Grade Levels: K-5


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4 pts

3

3 pts

2

2 pts

1

1 pts

Planning

4

The student creates a planning organizer that is a clear roadmap for the writing piece. Detailed thought about the topic, supporting details, and the order in which the details will appear in the piece is evident in the planning.
3

The student creates a planning organizer. Thought is given to the topic and the supporting details, but the planning is not highly organized or the ideas are not in logical order.
2

The student creates a planning organizer. Minimal thought is given to the topic and the supporting details. The planning is not organized and easy to follow. The ideas are not in a logical order.
1

The student does not complete or include a planning sheet.
Introduction

4

The introduction is well-thought out. It grabs the reader's attention and really makes them start thinking about the animal. The reader is interested and motivated to read further and learn more about the features of the animal.
3

The introduction tells the reader about the animal, and states the 3 features being discussed in the essay.
2

There is an introduction, but it doesn't clearly introduce the animal or state the features .
1

There is no introduction or sentence.
Topic Sentences

Body Paragraphs

4

The topic sentence is creatively developed for each paragraph and
helps the reader clearly understand what the topic of is and what the writer has to say about it.
3

The topic sentence is creatively developed for each paragraph and
helps the reader understand what the topic of the writing is.
2

Topic Sentences are not developed for each paragraph and the reader is unclear or may be confused about what he/she is about to read.
1

Topic Sentence is not present for any of the body paragraphs.
Supporting details

4

Each detail supports, or tells more about the topic. Follow up sentences provide additional support. Relevant facts and examples are used.
3

Each detail supports the topic sentence but there are no follow up sentences for additional support.
2

Some of the details support the topic sentence, but there are some that do not.
1

The details do not support the topic sentence.
Logical order

4

The sentences are developed in a logical order, appropriate to the writer's purpose and readers needs. The writer uses effective transition words that clearly connect one idea to the next.
3

Most of the sentences are presented in a logical order. Readers should have little trouble following the supporting details. Some transition words are used.
2

The writer attempts to develop the sentences in a logical order, but some of the writing may be presented in an order readers may find confusing. Few if any transition words are used.
1

The supporting sentences within the paragraph as a whole are not developed in a logical order.
Conclusion

4

The conclusions does an excellent job of summing up, or restating the main idea. A clear and powerful final statement about the topic has been made and the supporting details are tied together.
3

The conclusion sums up the topic, by restating it, but it does not make a final, powerful statement about the topic. Some supporting details may not be tied together.
2

There is an attempt at a conclusion, but it doesn't restate the topic, or tie any of the supporting details together.
1

There is no conclusion. The writing just ends without summing up, or restating the topic.
Writing Conventions

4

The paragraph contains no more than two errors. There is nothing in the spelling, usage or mechanics that is distracting to the reader.
3

The paragraph contains 1 or 2 errors in usage, spelling and mechanics, but they are not distracting to the reader.
2

The paragraph contains 3 to 5 errors in usage, spelling and mechanics, some of which are distracting to the reader.
1

The paragraph contains 6 or more errors in usage, spelling and mechanics most of which are distracting to the reader.
Development of Infographic

4

Graphic includes appropriate details and labels about the research.
3

Graphic includes details and labels about the research.
2

Graphic has some details and labels about the research.
1

Graphic has details and labels that are not related to the research.



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