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Writing Rubric for Spanish Class - Reinhardt 
Spanish 3-4 Writing Essay
Rubric Code: H23987B
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Subject: Foreign Languages  
Type: Writing  
Grade Levels: 9-12


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  Excellent

5 pts

Good

4 pts

Average

3 pts

Poor

2 pts

Content

Excellent

Essay clearly addresses the writing prompt and tells an interesting and engaging story. All required elements are present. Meets target length requirements.
Good

Essay addresses the writing prompt. Meets target length requirements. All required elements present.
Average

Essay generally addresses the writing prompt but my be off topic in places. One or more required elements missing. Falls short or exceeds target length.
Poor

Off topic and/or incomplete/no attention to length requirement.
Organization

Excellent

Organized in a logical manner. There is a logical progression of ideas that are well organized and clearly connected.
Good

Organized in a logical manner.
Organization is evident and the ideas generally connected.
Average

Organized in a logical manner. I may have an opening and closing, but it may need more work.<BR>
Organization is evident and the ideas generally connected.
Poor

Focused mostly on the completion of the task; I do not pay much attention to organization and flow of my story.
Comprehensibility

Excellent

Reader can always understand writing is trying to communicate. Writing is easily understood by native speakers. No interference from English.
Good

Reader can understand most of what writing is trying communicate. Writing is understood, with occasional difficulty, by native speakers.
Possibly some interference from English.
Average

Reader has difficulty understanding what writing is trying to communicate. Story is understood with little difficulty by someone accustomed to language learners, but may not be understood by native speakers.
Poor

Incomprehensible throughout making story difficult to understand by anyone who reads it.
Use of Tenses and Grammar

Excellent

Writing clearly demonstrates the ability to correctly use the appropriate grammar, tenses and/or accents. A wide range of verbs is sued. Some of the sentences show that the writing has multiple uses of tenses within a sentence or paragraph.
Good

Writing generally uses appropriate grammar and tenses correctly. Writing has between 1-3 mistakes with choice of tense, grammar and/or spelling/accents.
Average

Writing shows difficulty of using the appropriate grammar and tenses needed to complete the task. Writing has between 4-6 mistakes with choice of tense and/or spelling/accents.
Poor

Writing shows very little understanding of how the appropriate grammar, tenses and/or accents. There are over 6 errors in form and usage.
Uses of Vocabulary

Excellent

Writing consistently shows a wide range of vocabulary that accomplishes the task.
Good

Writing shows a range of vocabulary that accomplishes the task. However, there are occasions where it does not have the appropriate vocabulary.
Average

Writing shows recognition and use of familiar vocabulary on a range of topics but most vocabulary is from what has been learned in the class.
Poor

Writing mostly uses vocabulary that is very familiar and is on a limited range of topics.
Proof-Reading

Excellent

Writing has been proof-read. There are no spelling, accent, article, punctuation, subject/verb, or noun/adjective agreement errors.
Good

Writing has been proof-read. Writing may have 1-3 spelling, accent, article, punctuation, subject/verb, or noun/adjective agreement errors.
Average

Writing has been proofread quickly and there remain 4-6 spelling, accent, article, punctuation, subject/verb, or noun/adjective agreement errors.
Poor

Writing was not read carefully enough. There are have more than 6 spelling, accent, article, punctuation, subject/verb, or noun/adjective agreement errors.










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