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Expanded Expression Tool Writing 
The student will write a paragraph using the 7 components of EET.
Rubric Code: Z24646B
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Subject: English  
Type: Writing  
Grade Levels: 6-8

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  Unsatisfactory

1 pts

Average

2 pts

Good

3 pts

Very Good

4 pts

Outstanding

5 pts

Information

Unsatisfactory

Student has not attempted to find information.
The information is not presented in a logical manner.
Average

The student has selected some appropriate information to include in the report.
There is an attempt to present the information in a logical manner but many ideas are out of order.
Good

The student has selected some appropriate information to set context throughout the report
The student has presented the information in a logical manner for some paragraphs.
Very Good

The student has selected appropriate information to set the context throughout the report.
The student has presented the information in a logical order in all but one or two sentences.
Outstanding

The student has selected appropriate information, which greatly enhances the report.
The student has presented the information in a logical manner.
Grammar, Spelling.

Unsatisfactory

Student has not attempted to use style or structure.
Average

The student has used some present tense or phrases appropriate to a formal report structure. Less than 10 spelling mistakes. The student has attempted to make paragraphs. There was no stated or developed clear main idea for writing.
Good

The student has used present tense or phrases appropriate to a formal report structure. Less than 6 spelling mistakes. The student has made paragraphs but contains flaws. The student has not stated and developed a clear main idea for writing for each paragraph. One paragraph had a main idea.
Very Good

The student has used present tense or phrases appropriate to a formal report structure. Less than 3 spelling mistakes. The student has made paragraphs. The student has stated the main idea for most but not all paragraphs or there were flaws with the main idea statement.
Outstanding

The student has used present tense or phrases appropriate to a formal report structure, which greatly enhances the report. No spelling mistakes. The student has made proper paragraphs with a clearly stated main idea.
Conclusion/applying knowledge

Unsatisfactory

Student has not attempted to form a conclusion or apply knowledge.
Average

The student has tried to draw a conclusion by synthesising information from the report.
The student has not completely summarized the information that was collected.
Good

The student has drawn a conclusion by synthesising information from the report.
The student has also attempted to summarize the information but contains many flaws.
Very Good

The student has drawn a conclusion by synthesising information from the report and tried to apply that knowledge.
The student has summarized the information but contains minor flaws.
Outstanding

The student has drawn a conclusion by synthesising information from the report and applied that knowledge.
The student has summarized the information correctly.
Organized in the EET Format

Unsatisfactory

Writing is disorganized and underdeveloped with no transitions or closure.
Average

Writing is brief and underdeveloped with very weak transitions and closure.

Writing is confused and loosely organized. Transitions are weak and closure is ineffective.
Good

Uses correct writing format. Incorporates a coherent closure.
Very Good

Writing includes a strong beginning, middle, and end, with some transitions and good closure.
Outstanding

Writing includes a strong, beginning, middle, and end with clear transitions and a focused closure.
Voice

Unsatisfactory

Writer’s voice/ point of view shows no sense of audience.

This is an informational report. Do not write in first person.
Average

Writer’s voice/ point of view shows little sense of audience.

This is an informational report. Do not write in first person.
Good

Writer’s voice/ point of view shows that sense of audience is vague.
Writer uses voice/point of view. Writes with the understanding of a specific audience.
Very Good

Writer has strong voice/ point of view. Writing engages the audience.

This is an informational report. Do not write in first person.
Outstanding

Writes with a distinct, unique voice/point of view. Writing is skillfully adapted to the audience.

This is an informational report. Do not write in first person.










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