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Rubric: Person of Significance 5 Paragraph Essay
In a well constructed 5 paragraph essay use an effective hook introduction, a powerful thesis statement, interesting, compelling details, and proper grammar, spelling and usage to construct an essay in which you discuss how either 1 person has influenced your life in 3 significant ways, or how 3 people have each influenced your life in a meaningful way.

Powered by iRubric 5 P Essay:Person of Significance
  Idolize

4
Exceeds the Standard

97 pts

Admire

3
Meets the Standard

85 pts

Like Well Enough

2
Partially Meets the Standard

65 pts

Care Not For in the Least

1
Does not Meet Standard Yet

50 pts

Organization: Hook

(Writing - IE)

Idolize

Powerful, interesting, and/or engaging hook that completely draws in the reader through effective diction and/or unique style
Admire

Interesting and/or engaging hook that grabs the reader through effective diction and/or style
Like Well Enough

Evident hook that uses clichés that grabs the reader through generic style
Care Not For in the Least

No hook evident and/or very cliché/generic style
Organization: Thesis

(Writing - IE)

Idolize

Powerful, interesting and engaging thesis that identifies topic, establishes position, and suggests organization using effective diction and active verbs
Admire

Strong and/or , interesting thesis that identifies topic, establishes position, and suggests organization
Like Well Enough

Thesis only identifies topic, establishes position, and/or suggestions organization
Care Not For in the Least

No thesis evident and/or hasn’t identified topic, established position, and/or suggested organization yet
Content: Influences

(Social Studies)

Idolize

Body paragraphs present a comprehensive, interesting, in-depth details about those influences achievements and reasons why those influences are so important.
Admire

Body paragraphs present a complete details about your influences and reasons why those influences are so important to who you are (comments might include "how else might you say this?" or "what else can you say about this?)
Like Well Enough

Body paragraphs present some details about your about your influences and/or reasons why those influences are so important (comments might include "so what?" or "how so?" - tending to tell rather than show)
Care Not For in the Least

influences what?
(comments might include lots of confusing scribbles and references to backgammon)
Organization: Conclusion

(Writing - IE)

Idolize

Powerful, unique, and interesting conclusion that summarizes the essay, leaves the reader thinking and answers the question “So what?”
Admire

Interesting conclusion that summarizes the essay and leaves the reader thinking
Like Well Enough

Conclusion that summarizes the essay or leaves the reader thinking
Care Not For in the Least

Conclusion does not summarize the essay or leave the reader thinking
Voice:

(Writing - IE)

Idolize

Writer’s energy and passion for the subject drive the writing, making the paper lively, expressive, and engaging.
Admire

Writer obviously interested and involved in topic.
Like Well Enough

Writer shows little interest or involvement in topic; Many obvious statements
Care Not For in the Least

Writer doesn’t seem interested in the topic yet
MUGS

Mechanics, Grammar, Spelling

Idolize

The student uses sophisticated punctuation, spelling, and sentence structure to suit purpose, context, and audience. Although perhaps not perfect, the piece is highly polished; No interfering errors
Admire

The student uses appropriate punctuation, spelling, and sentence structure to suit purpose, context, and audience; 1 interfering error
Like Well Enough

The student demonstrates some evidence of the ability to use appropriate punctuation, spelling, and sente-nce structure to suit purpose, context, and audience; 2-3 interfering errors
Care Not For in the Least

The student demonstrates limited evidence of the ability to use appropriate punctuation, spelling, and sentence structure to suit purpose, context, and audience; 4 + interfering errors
MUGS Focus

It's/Its & Your/You're

Idolize

Completely accurate use of its/it's and your/you're
Admire
Like Well Enough
Care Not For in the Least

1 or more misuses of its/it's and/or your/you're - Counts as a ZERO - not merely a 50
Evidence of Thinking/Planning

Pre-Writing, Drafts, Revisions etc. (ACADEMIC INITIATIVE)

Idolize

Three or more pieces of evidence submitted with completed form
Admire

Two pieces of evidence submitted with completed form
Like Well Enough

One piece of evidence submitted with completed form
Care Not For in the Least

No evidence evidence submitted OR did not complete form
Timeliness

(ACADEMIC INITIATIVE)

Idolize

Essay is turned in on-time.
Admire

Essay is 1 day to 1 week late
Like Well Enough

Essay is 1-2 weeks late
Care Not For in the Least

Essay is more than 2 weeks late



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