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iRubric: Short Story Rubric: Fables & Folktales

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Short Story Rubric: Fables & Folktales 
Rubric Code: PXBXAA7
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Subject: English  
Type: Writing  
Grade Levels: (none)

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4 pts


3 pts


2 pts


1 pts

Characters

4

Writer describes the characters with much detail and helps the reader really know the characters with physical and personality traits.
3

A good description is given about the characters with some physical and personality traits.
2

A basic description is given about the characters with some physical traits.
1

No description of the characters are given except for names.
Setting

4

Writer is descriptive of the setting and helps the reader create a mental picture.
3

A good description of setting is given in the story.
2

Little description of the setting is given in the story
1

No description of the setting is mentioned in the story.
Chronological Order

4

Writer tells the story in a chronological order, with a beginning, middle, and end..
3

Missing one part of the story (beginning, middle or end).
2

Missing two parts of the story.
1

Missing the beginning, middle and ending to the story.
Conflict

4

Writer describes the conflict between the main character and the villain, and helps the main character find a solution.
3

Conflict is introduced and/or resolution is made.
2

Confict is not introduced well and or no resolution is made.
1

No conflict is present in the story.
Grammar/Spelling/Punctuation

4

No errors are made in spelling, grammar, and punctuation (indented).
3

Few errors are made in spelling, grammar, and punctuation (indented).
2

Some errors are made in spelling, grammar, and punctuation (indented).
1

Many errors are made in spelling, grammar, and punctuation (indented).
Theme, Moral, Lesson

4

Teaches a clear moral lesson and is well developed.
3

Teaches a moral lesson, but is not well developed.
2

Teaches a lesson, but is not really a moral
1

Does not include a life lesson.




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