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CER Paragraph 
Students will demonstrate their ability to answer a prompt using a CER paragraph.
Rubric Code: F24692B
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Subject: English  
Type: Writing  
Grade Levels: 9-12

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Student will answer the given prompt using a CER paragraph.
  1

(N/A)

2

2 pts

3

3 pts

4

4 pts

Claim

The claim must include the title of the book, authors name, and end by answering the prompt with a claim.

1

There is no claim.
2

Claim/Topic sentence is missing the title of the book, authors name, and/or the claim.

The claim does not answer the prompt OR the claim is not written as an opinion stated as fact.
3

Either the title of the book, authors name, OR claim is missing.

The claim answers the prompt and is written as an opinion stated as fact.
4

The Topic sentence included the title of the books, authors name, AND claim.

The claim answers the prompt and is written as an opinion stated as fact.
Transitions/ Lead ins

The lead in must give the reader background context to the quote you are using as evidence.

1

There are no transitions or lead ins.
2

Lead in does not give context to the quote used as evidence Or there is no lead in.

One or two transition are used or are not used correctly.
3

Lead in gives SOME background context to the quote bring used as evidence.

Transitions are used.
4

The lead in gives background context to the quote being used as evidence.

Transitions are used.
Evidence/Quote

The evidence must connect to the claim and be from the text. You must correctly cite the quote using MLA formatting.

1

There is no evidence.
2

Evidence does not connect to claim. Evidence is not correctly cited using MLA citation.
3

Evidence connects to the claim but is not correctly cited.
4

The evidence connects to the claim and has proper MLA citation.
Reasoning

Your reasoning should validate your claim by explaining how the evidence relates to the claim. The reasoning should address the prompt.

1

There is no reasoning.
2

TWO OR MORE are missing: The reasoning does not validate claim and/or does not explain how the evidence relates to claim and/or address the prompt.
3

The reasoning validates the claim and answers the prompt but does not connect to the evidence.
4

The reasoning validates the claim by explaining how the evidence relates to the claim.

The reasoning addresses the prompt.
Spelling and Grammar

Spelling and Grammar have been checked and corrected. Transitional phrases are used to create cohesion between sentences.

1

There are more than 5 errors in grammar or spelling.
2

There are 3-5 mistakes in grammar and/or spelling.
3

There are 1 or 2 errors in spelling and/or grammar
4

There are no errors in spelling and/or grammar.




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