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Procedure Writing 
Students will view a video clip of a procedure and write a detailed procedure for a specific audience. Students must include an introduction, materials list, steps, and a conclusion.
Rubric Code: M246B22
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Subject: English  
Type: Writing  
Grade Levels: K-5, 6-8

Powered by iRubric Procedural Writing
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1 pts

2

2 pts

3

3 pts

4

4 pts

Organization

1

There is no introduction. The information lacks details and does not have a is logical sequence. You may have omitted one or more some steps. Few, or no, transitional words are used.
2

Keep working at it. You left out one or more steps or they may have been out of order. This causes some confusion to the reader. Introduction or conclusion is missing.
3

Your steps are presented clearly and in a logical order. Some transitional words and phrases are used. More details would help clarify the process. Headings are missing.
4

You have introduced your topic and included the necessary materials. The detailed steps are easy to follow. Your use of transitional words/ numbers helps the audience follow your procedure. Your conclusion wraps the paper up well.
Ideas and Content

1

There is no clear or specific explanation of a process in this paper.
2

You put thought into this, but it is hard to tell what you are writing about. More information is needed to follow the directions. Fewer than 7 steps are included.
3

What you are writing about is clear. You stayed with the idea. All the steps are there and can be followed. 7-12 steps are included.
4

What you are writing about is clear from the start. Anyone can follow the directions. 8-15 steps are included.
Word Choice

1

There are no topic-specific word choices. Some choices do not fit the subject.
2

There are some topic-specific word choices. They do not give the reader a clear picture.
3

Your words match the topic and helped to paint a picture and most of the word choices helped to make the writing clear.
4

You used great words that helped paint a picture. You used clear and exact words.
Conventions

1

Few periods or capital letters. Capital letters used incorrectly. Many spelling and grammar errors.
2

Mistakes grammar or capitals as well as spelling mistakes make the writing hard to read.
3

Use of punctuation marks and capitals, as well as spelling, is mostly correct. Few errors exist.
4

Almost no punctuation or capital letter mistakes. No or very few spelling errors.



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  • Explanatory, procedural, sixth grade

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