Skip to main content
  • help_outline help
iRubric: Persuasive Outline and Rough Draft rubric

iRubric: Persuasive Outline and Rough Draft rubric

 
find rubric

edit   print   share   Copy to my rubrics   Bookmark   test run   apply to...   delete   Do more...
Persuasive Outline and Rough Draft 
Rubric Code: E2W9879
Ready to use
Public Rubric
Subject: English  
Type: Writing  
Grade Levels: K-5


Powered by iRubric Outline and Essay
  Try again

0 pts

Needs Help

1 pts

Good

2 pts

Superstar

3 pts

Outline Organization

Try again

The student puts details in the wrong subtopics. The student is missing a planned Topic and/or Concluding Sentence.
Needs Help

The student is able to organize details into subtopics with teacher assistance. The student only uses one or two details from brainstorming in each subtopic. One detail may be in the wrong subtopic. The student's Topic Sentence and/or Concluding Sentence are off topic; or they're copied.
Good

The student is able to organize the details from brainstorming into planned subtopics, but only utilizes two details from brainstorming into each subtopic. The student has a simple topic sentence and concluding sentence, or the T.S. and C.S. are too similar.
Superstar

The student is effectively able to organize the details from brainstorming into planned subtopics. The student uses at least three details per subtopic. A topic sentence and concluding sentence, both well-written and clever, are planned.
Essay Coherence and Organization

Try again

The student does not evidently use the Outline.
The student does not use linking words and phrases or transitions.
The essay is mostly choppy and/or fragmented.
Needs Help

The student shows some attempt at following the Outline.
The student inconsistently uses linking words and phrases and transitions.
The essay has many choppy sections.
Good

The student's organization is clear and follows the Outline.
The student uses some grade-appropriate linking words and phrases and transitions.
Most of the writing flows logically and coherently, however, there are a few choppy sections.
Superstar

The student's organization is clear and purposeful, and follows the Outline.
The student skillfully links ideas using grade-appropriate words, phrases and transitions.
The student's writing flows logically and coherently.
Topic /Main Idea

Try again

The student's topic is unclear. The student's writing is not consistent with the purpose or the audience.
An introductory Topic Sentence is missing.
Needs Help

The student mostly stays on topic. The student tries to write consistently with the purpose and audience.
The student includes a Topic Sentence for the Introduction.
Good

The student stays focused and on topic throughout. The student uses the Topic Sentence contained in the Outline as an Introduction. The student is consistent with purpose and audience.
The student demonstrates a basic understanding of the topic.
Superstar

The student stays focused and on topic throughout. The purpose and audience of the essay is very clear. The student demonstrates an insightful understanding of the topic.
Details

Try again

The student uses minimal evidence from the Outline, or includes evidence that is irrelevant.
It is clear that the student did not follow the Outline.
Needs Help

The student uses relevant evidence. The student does not include all of the evidence from the Outline. The student strayed from some of the Outline.
The student omits a subtopic.
Good

The student generally follows the Outline, including all of the planned details. The student uses at least two details from each subtopic.
Superstar

The student has clearly and efficiently followed the Outline. The student's details, at least three per subtopic, are all from the Outline, and all show evidence of the essay topic and subtopics.
Research

Try again

The student uses minimal to no research and the sources are unknown.
Needs Help

The student uses some research but it is unclear or the source is not listed.
Good

The student generally found researched and some evidence is used in the rough draft and may be cited incorrectly.
Superstar

The student clearly researched the topic and it shows evidence in the rough draft and it is cited.




Subjects:

Types:





Do more with this rubric:

Preview

Preview this rubric.

Edit

Modify this rubric.

Copy

Make a copy of this rubric and begin editing the copy.


Print

Show a printable version of this rubric.

Categorize

Add this rubric to multiple categories.

Bookmark

Bookmark this rubric for future reference.
Assess

Test run

Test this rubric or perform an ad-hoc assessment.

Grade

Build a gradebook to assess students.

Collaborate

Apply this rubric to any object and invite others to assess.
Share

Publish

Link, embed, and showcase your rubrics on your website.

Email

Email this rubric to a friend.

Discuss

Discuss this rubric with other members.
 

Do more with rubrics than ever imagined possible.

Only with iRubrictm.


Copyright © 2020 Reazon Systems, Inc.  All rights reserved.
n109