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First Grade Retelling Rubric 
Use with story retelling for primary grades.
Rubric Code: P246A77
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Subject: English  
Type: Reading  
Grade Levels: K-5

Powered by iRubric Story Retell
  Beginning

0 pts

Progressing

1 pts

Satisfactory

2 pts

Advanced

3 pts

Main Idea / Theme

Beginning

No main idea given.
Progressing

Demonstrates some understanding of main idea or theme.
Satisfactory

Main idea is clear and correct.
Advanced

Main idea is clear, correct, and includes an explanation of why it's important to the story.
Characters

Beginning

No characters were recalled using names.
Progressing

Some main characters were recalled using names.
Satisfactory

All main characters were recalled.
Advanced

Main characters were recalled with describing characteristics or how they affect the story.
Setting

Beginning

No setting or wrong setting stated.
Progressing

General statement about the setting.
Satisfactory

All details of the setting were stated.
Advanced

Setting stated and an explanation of the significance of the setting is given.
Beginning/Problem

Beginning

Beginning and/or Problem not included.
Progressing

Part of the Beginning is stated but missing a key detail.
Satisfactory

Beginning is accurate and includes a key detail.
Advanced

Beginning includes a key detail, uses time order word(s) and includes an explanation of how it relates to the problem or challenge in the story.
Middle/Key Details

Beginning

Middle is not given.
Progressing

Part of the Middle is stated but missing key details of the story.
Satisfactory

2 or more key details are given from the middle of the story.
Advanced

2 or more key details are given from the middle of the story and, includes an explanation of how the key details support the problem or solution.
End/Solution

Beginning

Missing ending or solution.
Progressing

An Ending is attempted but does not tie in the solution to the problem.
Satisfactory

Ending is accurate and includes a key detail.
Advanced

Ending is clear and accurate, and an explanation of how the ending connects to the main idea is given.
Retell Main Events in Order

Beginning

Story is not retold in sequential order and time order words are not used.
Progressing

Story is retold in sequential order, but time order words are not used.
Satisfactory

Time order words used, Key details are in order, and there is a clear distinction between the beginning, middle, and end of the story.
Advanced

Time order words used, key details are in order, there is a clear distinction between the between the beginning, middle, and end of the story, and connections with own experiences included.



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