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Persuasive Essay College/University Rubric 
Rubric Code: V243328
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Subject: (General)  
Type: Writing  
Grade Levels: 9-12

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  Master

5 pts

Distinguished

4 pts

Proficient

3 pts

Intermediate

2 pts

Novice

1 pts

Introduction

Master

The attention getter is
interesting and
appropriate, the topic and
purpose are clearly stated,
and the main points are
clearly identified and
established.
Distinguished

The attention getter is
appropriate, the topic or
the purpose is clearly
stated, and the main
points are listed.
Proficient

The attention getter is
present, but it does not
have enough
development even
though the topic or the
purpose is stated, and
the main points are
listed.
Intermediate

The attention getter is
present, there is an
attempt to state the topic
or purpose, and the main
points are partially listed.
Novice

The attention getter is
not present or weak, no
topic or purpose is
stated, and the main
points are missing or
unclear.
Body

Master

The speaker signals and
follows a clear and logical
organizational pattern and
transitions are used to
provide a clear relationship
of one idea to the next.
Distinguished

The speaker uses a clear
organizational pattern
and transitions provide a
clear relationship of one
idea to the next.
Proficient

The speaker attempts to
use a pattern and a few
transitions are used to
provide relationships of
ideas.
Intermediate

The speaker attempts to
use a pattern , but the
speaker does not transition
from one idea to the next.
Novice

The speaker is
unorganized and
transitions are not used.
Conclusion

Master

A clear final ending is used
that relates to the
attention-getter,
summarizes, and
concludes the speech.
Distinguished

A clear final ending is
used to summarize and
conclude the speech.
Proficient

The close of the speech is
mentioned, but it is a
little unclear.
Intermediate

The close of the speech is
mentioned, but it is lacking
proper development.
Novice

The speech ends
abruptly or incompletely.
Elaboration and Explanation

Master

Explanations are clear,
interesting, well
developed, and balanced.
Distinguished

The speaker meets 3 of
the criteria.
Proficient

The speaker meets 2 of
the criteria.
Intermediate

The speaker meets 1 of the
criteria.
Novice

The speaker meets none
of the criteria.
Support and Citations

Master

A variety of types of
resources are used which
clearly support the
speaker’s ideas and
sources are clearly
referenced.
Distinguished

Resources are utilized
that support the
speaker’s ideas and
sources are referenced.
Proficient

Resources are used, but
their purpose is unclear.
Intermediate

An insufficient number of
resources are used and
sources are not clearly
referenced.
Novice

There are no resources
used and sources are not
cited.




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