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Writing: Introduce yourself 
Rubric Code: Q2X85C3
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Subject: Education  
Type: Writing  
Grade Levels: K-5


Powered by iRubric Introduce yourself
  Extend

2.5 pts

Proficient

2 pts

Developing

1.5 pts

Emerging

1 pts

Organization

Recognizes the structure and elements of a story

Extend

The introduction is very well organized. The plot events are arranged in sequential order. Excellent use of time order words. The beginning, middle, and end are clearly developed.
Proficient

The introduction is pretty well organized. The plot events occur in sequential order. At least 3 time order words are used. Some aspects of beginning, middle, and/or end are not as developed as they could be.
Developing

The introduction is not well organized. Most events do not occur in sequential order. Many aspects of the beginning, middle, and/or end are missing.
Emerging

Student does not yet meet minimum unit objectives
Originality/Creativity

Create stories and other texts to deepen awareness of self, family, and community

Extend

Writing shows evidence of student's thinking and creativity. The story is new and original and well thought out.
Proficient

Writing shows some evidence of student's thinking and creativity. Most story events are new and original.
Developing

Writing shows little evidence of student's thinking and creativity. Few story events are new and original.
Emerging

Student does not yet meet minimum unit objectives
Spelling/Punctuation

Communicate using sentences and most conventions of Canadian spelling, grammar, and punctuation.

Extend

There are no spelling and/or punctuation errors in the draft of the student's story.
Proficient

There are few spelling and/or punctuation errors in the student's draft of the story.
Developing

There are multiple spelling and/or punctuation errors which can affect the meaning of the text.
Emerging

Student does not yet meet minimum unit objectives. Spelling and/or punctuation errors greatly affect the meaning of the text.
Word Choice

Students are using a variety of words and detailed descriptions to add detail in their writing.

Extend

The reader can visualize exactly what is going on in the story. I used a great variety of words in my story and showed great detail in my sentences.
Proficient

I used a great variety of words in my story and showed great detail in my sentences.
Developing

I added some descriptive words. I wasn't as creative as I could have been
Emerging

Limited words and details were used in my writing.



Keywords:
  • Characters, Story Setting, Story Plot, Story Organization, Story Conventions

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