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English 9 Narrative 
You will be retelling one of the stories we read in our short story unit. Your retelling should demonstrate your understanding of the parts of the plot of the story as well as the story's theme, setting, and characters. You may use one of the methods I will present on Edmodo or another method as approved by me. If identifying literary elements interferes with the flow of the story or is too distracting, you may identify them separately (in a Word document or something like that).
Rubric Code: VX342AA
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Subject: English  
Type: Project  
Grade Levels: 9-12

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  Exceeds

4 pts

Meets

3 pts

Emerging

2 pts

Emerging

1 pts

Does Not Meet

0 pts

Parts of Plot

Exceeds

All five parts of plot are accounted for, identified, and smoothly integrated.
Meets

All five parts of plot are accounted for, identified, and integrated.
Emerging

Four of the parts of plot are accounted for, identified, and integrated
Emerging

Three of the parts of plot are accounted for, identified, and integrated.
Does Not Meet

Only one or two of the parts of plot are accounted for, identified, and integrated.
Other literary elements

Exceeds

Characters, Setting, Mood, and Theme are accounted for, identified, and smoothly integrated.
Meets

Characters, setting, mood, and theme are accounted for, identified, and integrated.
Emerging

Characters, setting, mood, and theme are either not accounted for, identified, or integrated.
Emerging

One literary element is missing.
Does Not Meet

More than one literary element is missing.
Style

Exceeds

Style is consistent. Vocabulary choice is advanced. There are no grammatical or spelling errors.
Meets

Style is consistent. Vocabulary choice is appropriate. There are few grammatical or spelling errors.
Emerging

Style is inconsistent. Vocabulary choice is inappropriate (either poor choices or below the expected level). There are five to ten grammatical or spelling errors.
Emerging

Style is inconsistent. Vocabulary choice is inappropriate. There are ten to 15 grammatical or spelling errors.
Does Not Meet

Style is inconsistent. Vocabulary choice is inappropriate. There are more than 15 grammatical or spelling errors.





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