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Perspective Writing- Narrative 
Writing From Another Character Point of View
Rubric Code: FXB7B84
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Subject: English  
Type: Reading  
Grade Levels: K-5, 9-12


Powered by iRubric Writing From Different Perspective
  Right On Target

4 pts

Acceptable

3 pts

Limited

2 pts

Unacceptable

1 pts

Perspective

Right On Target

The perspective of the narrator is clear and distinct. The writer has consciously and consistently chosen elements that would inform the narrator's perspective in deliberate and planful ways.
Acceptable

The perspective of the narrator is mostly clear and distinct. The writer has generally chosen elements that would inform the narrator's perspective in mostly deliberate and planful ways.
Limited

The perspective of the narrator not consistently clear. The writer has chosen limited elements that would inform the narrator's perspective.
Unacceptable

The perspective of the narrator is not clear and distinct. The writer has not chosen elements that would inform the narrator's perspective.
Word Choice

Right On Target

Description provides authentic word choice, dialogue, and/or internal narration. Words are carefully and deliberately selected to carry optimal meaning and tone.
Acceptable

Description provides generally authentic word choice, dialogue, and/or internal narration. Words are generally well-selected to convey meaning and tone.
Limited

Description provides basic word choice, dialogue, and/or internal narration. Words need to be more carefully selected to carry optimal meaning and tone.
Unacceptable

Description provides limited word choice, dialogue, and/or internal narration. Words do not appear to be carefully and deliberately selected to carry optimal meaning and tone.
Organization

Right On Target

The writing is authentically organized. Readers can easily follow the story line through transitions and variation of sentences. Writing has a natural flow.
Acceptable

The writing is sufficiently organized. Readers can follow the story line through transitions and variation of sentences. Writing has a satisfactory flow.
Limited

The writing is somewhat organized; however, it is difficult for the reader to follow the story line. Transitions are less effective, so writing does not flow.
Unacceptable

The writing is not organized and it is difficult for the reader to follow the story line. Transitions are lacking.
Voice

Right On Target

The writer's voice is clear and distinct. The energy of the writing is palpable to the reader.
Acceptable

The writer's voice is clear.
Limited

The writer's voice present, but not necessarily strong or distinct.
Unacceptable

The writer's voice is not clear and distinct.
Grammar/Puncutation

Right On Target

There are no spelling or punctuation errors in the draft. Grammar, language, and correctness enhance communication.
Acceptable

There are few spelling or punctuation errors in the draft that do not interfere with the communication with the reader.
Limited

The spelling or punctuation errors in the draft interfere with some of the communication with the reader.
Unacceptable

The spelling or punctuation errors in the draft interfere with much of the communication with the reader.
Sentence fluency

Right On Target

Each sentence is engaging and deliberate. There are a variety of sentence beginnings. There are no run-on or fragmented sentences.
Acceptable

Most sentences are engaging and deliberate. There are a variety of sentence beginnings. There are a few run-on or fragmented sentences.
Limited

About half of the sentences are engaging and deliberate. There is a limited variety of sentence beginnings. There are some run-on or fragmented sentences.
Unacceptable

Few sentences are engaging and deliberate. There is little variety of sentence beginnings. There are noticeable run-on or fragmented sentences.



Keywords:
  • Personal Narrative; story

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