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Letter from Jack Burns/ Prompt built by esteeg

Rubric Code: WX92W9C
Write a letter from Jack Burns to one of his friends, describing what he did and how he felt on the day of the big flood. Use details and evidence from "Working Together" to help you write your letter.
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Categories: Subjects: Social Sciences  
Types: Writing  
Grade Levels: K-5

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  Poor
1 pts
Fair
2 pts
Good
3 pts
Advanced
4 pts
Introduces Topic
Poor

Student doesn't introduce the topic.
Fair

Student somewhat explains the reason for the letter or explains the situation.
Good

Student tells the reason for the letter and explains the situation
Advanced

Student clearly states the reason for the letter and explains the situation.
Evidence from text.
Poor

Student uses less than 2 details from the text.
Fair

Student uses 2 details from the text.
Good

Student used at least 3 details from the text.
Advanced

Student uses 4 or more details from the text including inference
Addresses prompt.
Poor

Writing does not describe actions or feelings.
Fair

Writing somewhat describes Jacks actions and how he felt.
Good

Writing describes what was done and how Jack felt about his actions. Some parts may not be clear
Advanced

Writing clearly describes what was done and how Jack felt about his actions



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