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Free Write Friday

  Derived from rubric: Free Write
built by MsHLangArts

Rubric Code: HX7W5XA
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Keywords: (None)
Categories: Subjects: English  
Types: Writing  
Grade Levels: 6-8

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  Far Below Standard
1 pts
Approaching Standard
2 pts
Meeting Standard
3 pts
Exceeding Standard
4 pts
Use of Time
Far Below Standard

The student did not use the 10 minutes given and only wrote a line or two.
Approaching Standard

The student did not use the 10 minute time allotted effectively and it is obvious by the incoherence of the piece.
Meeting Standard

It is obvious that the student used all of the 10 minutes given to create a piece that expresses their thoughts.
Exceeding Standard

It is obvious that the student used all of the 10 minutes given to create a piece that thoroughly and creatively expresses their thoughts.
Word Usage (of given word)
Far Below Standard

The student does not mention the given word or use it as a topic for their writing.
Approaching Standard

The students mentions the given word at least once, or uses it as the topic for their writing, but the writing is not very clear to the reader.
Meeting Standard

The student mentions the given word at least once, or uses it as a topic for their writing, and the writing makes sense to the reader.
Exceeding Standard

The student mentions the given word at least once, or uses it as the topic for their writing, and uses it in such a creative way that it entices the reader and holds their attention throughout the piece.
Voice
Far Below Standard

The student does not show any voice in their writing.
Approaching Standard

The student shows some voice in their writing, but it is not consistent, or it is weak.
Meeting Standard

It is clear that the student has developed a strong voice in their writing, and that the voice is obvious when reading their piece.
Exceeding Standard

The student has strong control of their voice in their writing, which engages the reader and pulls the audience in to really understand and appreciate their writing.
Topic
Far Below Standard

The student does not stay on topic
Approaching Standard

The student starts out on topic but then changes topics
Meeting Standard

The student mostly stays on topic
Exceeding Standard

The student stayed on topic during the entire piece of writing.



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