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Editorial Article 
Rubric Code: S234723
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Subject: Journalism  
Type: Writing  
Grade Levels: (none)


Powered by iRubric Editorial Article
  Exceeds

5 pts

Meets

4 pts

Needs Revision

3 pts

Needs Instruction

2 pts

Lead/Intro

Exceeds

This editorial is written with an interesting and engaging lead to bring the reader into the problem being discussed.
Meets

This editorial is written with a lead that attempts to grab the reader.
Needs Revision

This editorial is written with a lead but it needs to be more interesting or does not discuss problem.
Needs Instruction

This editorial is written with a lead that does not encourage the reader to continue.
Research

Exceeds

This article contains an abundant about of researched information about the issue.
Meets

This article contains sufficient research about the issue being debated.
Needs Revision

This article contains less than the required amount of research about the issue at hand.
Needs Instruction

This articlecontains no research about the issue being discussed.
Opinion

Exceeds

This article has a clearly stated opinion toward the beginning of the article. All persuasive techniques are included (ethos, pathos, logos).
Meets

This article has an opinion that could be stated more clearly using better wording. All persuasive techniques are included (ethos, pathos, logos).
Needs Revision

This article has an opinion which is somewhat confusing. Missing some persuasive techniques.
Needs Instruction

The writer is very confusing about his/her opinion on the issue. No persuasive techniques.
Structure

Exceeds

Paragraphs are organized in a way that makes the article flow and follows "Eddy" format. The writer uses effective words throughout the article to make transitions between ideas.
Meets

Article is structured in an effective way and follows "Eddy" format. The writer uses some transitions between each idea.
Needs Revision

Structure of the article is not effective.The writer uses only a couple transitions between ideas.
Needs Instruction

The paper structure is not evident. The writer does not use any transitions between ideas.
Ending

Exceeds

The editorial ends with a call to action that is persuasive. The author's opinion is clearly and strongly presented.
Meets

Call to action is obvious, but may not be effective. The author's opinion is clearly expressed.
Needs Revision

Minimal success with call to action. The author's opinion is not expressed strongly.
Needs Instruction

No call to action is noted. The author's opinion is hard to discern.
Grammar and Spelling

Exceeds

The writer uses all correct grammar and spelling.
Meets

The article contains mostly correct grammar and spelling.
Needs Revision

The article contains several grammar and spelling mistakes.
Needs Instruction

The article contains many grammar and spelling mistakes.




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