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iRubric: Grade 5 Informational Writing Rubric

iRubric: Grade 5 Informational Writing Rubric

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Grade 5 Informational Writing Rubric built by SmithJT1

Rubric Code: NXC558B
Castle Research Task
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Categories: Subjects: English   Science   Education  
Types: Writing  
Grade Levels: K-5


Powered by iRubric Informational Writing
  *
1 pts
**
2 pts
***
3 pts
****
4 pts
*****/******
5 pts
Meaning and Development
*

My writing doesn't show that I understand my topic, because I gave 1 or no main ideas and one or no supports for my topic.
**

My writing shows that I have some understanding of my topic, because I have written 2 big ideas, and have only 2 supporting details and/or examples.
***

I have written clearly on the topic, because my writing includes 2 - 3 big ideas, supporting details and examples. It shows that I fully understand the topic by including 2 - 3 supporting examples or ideas.
****

I have written clearly on the topic, because my writing includes 3 - 4 big ideas, and 3 - 4 supporting details and examples. It shows that I fully understand the topic.
*****/******

I have written clearly on the topic and exceeded the expectations for a level 4 by including 5 or more main ideas with at least 4 supporting details and examples. My writing shows that I deeply understand the topic.
Organization
*

My writing doesn't show any sequence or organization.
**

My writing has one quarter of the paper in order, but the rest of the paper is out of order. There are only a handful (3-5) of connecting phrases throughout the paper.
***

My writing shows that I tried to sequence and to organize my writing. I developed the topic with facts, definitions, and<BR>
details. Half of the paper is in order.
****

My writing shows a clear order and I used linking words and phrases (e.g., also, another, and, more, but) to connect ideas<BR>
within categories of information.
*****/******

My writing shows that I can put my ideas in order to make it easy for the reader to follow and I used linking words and phrases (e.g., also, in addition, but, because, and) to connect my ideas within the paragraphs.
Language
*

I didn't use any vocabulary related to my topic.
**

I used vocabulary related to my topic in at .
***

I mostly used vocabulary related to my topic.
****

I tried to use interesting vocabulary correctly and that I included facts and details.
*****/******

I used vocabulary words such as adaptation, enemies, habitat, defenses, or life cycle to clearly show I understand the ideas and how they relate to the animal I researched.
Mechanics
*

My writing shows that I didn't use capitilization and punctuation. I also didn't correctly spell words that I already know how to read.
**

My writing shows that I tried to use capitilization and punctuation. I spelled some of the high frequency words correctly.
***

My writing shows that I mostly used capitilization and punctuation to begin and end sentences. I correctly spelled most of the high frequency words.
****

My writing shows that I always used capitilization and punctuation to begin and end sentences. I correctly spelled all high frequency of the words.
*****/******

My writing shows that I exceeded all the expectations for a level 4 and I can use other types of punctuation (e.g., question marks, exclamation marks, commas). Almost all of my words were spelled correctly and used a dictionary to help check my work for the more difficult words.



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