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iRubric: Email Writing rubric

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Email Writing 
Students will sent an email to the instructor to introduce himself. This is a professional communication activity.
Rubric Code: Z2X7BB9
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Subject: Business  
Type: Quiz  
Grade Levels: 9-12, Undergraduate


Powered by iRubric Business Email Rubric
  Great

(N/A)

Fair

(N/A)

Poor

(N/A)

Unsatifactory

(N/A)

Subject Line

Great

Subject line has no grammatical, spelling, or punctuation errors and accurately describes message contents
Fair

Subject Line has errors - spelling, grammar, punctuation - and/or does not describe the message's content
Poor

Subject Line has no grammatical, spelling, or punctuation errors but does not accurately describe the message contents.
Unsatifactory

No Subject Line included with email.
Grammar & Spelling

Great

The message contains no errors in grammar, punctuation, and/or spelling and/or all sentences are complete, well-constructed, and stated in business terms.
Fair

The message contains 1 to 2 errors in grammar, punctuation, and/or spelling and/or all sentences are complete, well-constructed, and most are stated in business terms.
Poor

The message contains 3 to 4 errors in grammar, punctuation, and/or spelling and/or most sentences are complete, well-constructed, and but not stated in business terms.
Unsatifactory

The message contains more than 4 errors in grammar, punctuation, and/or spelling and/or contains sentence fragments or run-on sentences.
Ideas

Great

All ideas were expressed in a clear and organized fashion. Included all 6 pieces of information
Fair

Ideas were expressed in a pretty clear manner. Included only 3-5 pieces of information
Poor

Ideas were somewhat organized, but were not very clear. Included only 1-2 pieces of information
Unsatifactory

The email seemed to be a collection of unrelated ideas. Included none of the required pieces of information
Professionalism

Great

The letter is professional and appropriate for the audience.
Fair

Most of the word choice and sentence structure is professional. One or two errors in formal word choice.
Poor

There are three to four errors in professional word choice.
Unsatifactory

There are four or more errors in professional word choice. This letter is rather informal for the audience.
Closing & Signature

Great

Email contains complementary closing and signature with all required items - name, title company name, contact information
Fair

Email contains complementary closing and signature with only 1 item missing - name, title company name, contact information
Poor

Email contains complementary closing and partial signature with 2 or more items missing- name, title company name, contact information
Unsatifactory

No complementary closing or signature included in the email.
Vocabulary

Great

5 Words
Fair

4 Words
Poor

3 Words
Unsatifactory

2 Words



Keywords:
  • email introduction professional communication







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