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FIVE PARAGRAPH ESSAY

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Rubric Code: TX9X73B
Your essay should explain your three favorite things about science and why they are your favorite things. Use this rubric to help you write a five paragraph essay utilizing five paragraph essay structure. Your essay should be neatly written or typed. Attach this rubric to your essay before you turn it in.
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Keywords: Five Paragraph Essay
Categories: Subjects: English   Geography   Science  
Types: Writing  
Grade Levels: 6-8, 9-12

Powered by iRubric 5 Paragraph Essay
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0 pts 0-10 points based on the level of completion.
Beginner/Emerging
12 pts met only few expectations
Average
14 pts exceeded most expectations.
Advanced
16 pts exceeed all expectations with limited errors
Superior
20 pts exceeded all expectations
Introductory Paragraph
Incomplete

No beginning paragraph
Beginner/Emerging

Simple sentences. Lists definitions without using transitions.
Average

Simple sentences some transition sentence between definitions.
Advanced

Uses transition sentences and attempts to reword definitions into own words.
Superior

Uses transition sentences and is able to reword each definition into own words.
Body : Each paragraph describes an
Incomplete

No supporting examples
Beginner/Emerging

Includes topic sentence, and restatement of how a machine works. Does not include an example or discussion of mechanical advantage.
Average

Includes topic sentence, explanation of a how a machine works, a basic example, and discussion of mechanical advantage. No transition sentence.
Advanced

Includes topic sentence, explanation of a how a machine works, an example, and discussion of mechanical advantage. A basic transition sentence.
Superior

Includes a topic sentence, explanation of how a machine works with a transition into the example. Discussion of mechanical advantage with a transition into the next paragraph.
Conclusion: A clearly constructed p
Incomplete

No conclusion
Beginner/Emerging

basic conclusion with no discussion of efficiency.
Average

conclusion with definition of efficiency.
Advanced

conclusion with definition of efficiency and a basic statement about loss of efficiency.
Superior

conclusion with a restatement of the definition of a machine, restatement of the thesis, the definition of efficiency, and discussion as to what factors cause a machine not to work at 100% efficiency.
Conventions/Organization:Written es
Incomplete

No essay written or a basic sentence
Beginner/Emerging

One paragraph written
Average

Two paragraphs written
Advanced

Three/four paragraphs written
Superior

Five well written paragraphs with transitions and a beginning and closing statement.



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