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Essentials Autobiography Assignment

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Rubric Code: ZX9WX77
Each student will write an autobiographical essay that identifies three memories (early, middle, and late) to illustrate a defining personal trait or quality.
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Categories: Subjects: English   Education   (General)  
Types: Writing  
Grade Levels: 9-12

Powered by iRubric Autobiography
  Excellent
4 pts
Good
3 pts
Satisfactory
2 pts
Needs Improvement
1 pts
Introduction
Excellent

The introduction includes specific details in regards to name, identity, family, and location. It identifies a specific trait /characteristic that defines the individual.
Good

The introduction has some relevant details in regards to name, identity, family, and location. It identifies traits / characteristics that define the individual.
Satisfactory

The introduction identifies the writer and traits or characteristics important to the individual.
Needs Improvement

The introduction does not clearly identify the writer or address a defining trait or characteristic important to the individual.
Content
Excellent

The student describes in detail at least 3 important memories to include an early childhood memory, a defining memory from grade or middle school, and a high school memory.
Good

The student describes 3 important memories to include an early childhood memory, a defining memory from grade or middle school, and a high school memory.
Satisfactory

The student describes 2 important memories from among his or her earliest childhood memory, a defining memory from grade or middle school, and a high school memory.
Needs Improvement

The student describes one important memory from early childhood memory, a defining memory from grade or middle school, and a high school memory.
Organization of paragraphs
Excellent

Paragraph has a topic sentence, supporting details, and a closing sentence. Each has at least 5 complete sentences.
Good

Paragraph is missing either the topic sentence, supporting details, or the closing sentence. Each has 5 complete sentences.
Satisfactory

Paragraph does not include a topic sentence, supporting details, and a closing sentence. Each has 4 or 5 complete sentences.
Needs Improvement

Paragraph isn't complete and doesn't include a topic sentence, support details, or closing sentence. Paragraphs have 3 or fewer sentences.
Grammar / Spelling / Neatness
Excellent

No more than 2 run-on sentence or punctuation /capitalization errors per paragraph. No more than 2 spelling mistakes. Essay is formatted properly, submitted in Google docs.
Good

No more than 3 run-on sentence or punctuation / capitalization errors per paragraph. No more than 3 spelling mistakes. Essay is neat and submitted through Google docs.
Satisfactory

No more than 4 run-on sentence or punctuation / capitalization errors per paragraph. No more than 4 spelling mistakes. Essay is formatted and submitted through Google docs.
Needs Improvement

More than 4 run-on sentence or punctuation / capitalization errors per paragraph. 5 or more spelling mistakes. Essay is not formatted or submitted through Google docs.



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