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Writing a review rubric 
Students write a review about a self-selected topic after reading and examining the components of effective reviews in published magazines.
Rubric Code: A22A399
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Public Rubric
Subject: English  
Type: Writing  
Grade Levels: 6-8, 9-12


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  Excellent

4 pts

Good

3 pts

Fair

2 pts

Unsatisfactory

1 pts

Summary of key components

Excellent

Writer gives a brief summary of topic, including enough info to satisfy; examples and evidence from summary strongly support reviewer’s opinion
Good

Summary is either a little too long or not long enough but is not quite as compelling; fewer details from the movie and evidence from summary to support reviewer’s opinion
Fair

Summary is either much too short or much too long; may be vague or tell too much; few details about the topic and little evidence from summary to support reviewer’s opinion
Unsatisfactory

An insignificant summary; no details and little evidence from summary to support reviewer’s opinion
Evaluation of various aspects

Excellent

Contains exceptional and knowledgeable evaluation of many aspects of topic. Reader would view writer as a recognizable expert.
Good

Contains sufficient and basic knowledge of many aspects of the topic. Reader would view writer as a competent evaluator of the topic.
Fair

Contains less than sufficient and basic knowledge of many aspects of the topic. Reader would view writer as a less than competent evaluator of the topic.
Unsatisfactory

Contains insufficient and unsatisfactory knowledge of many aspects of the topic. Reader would view writer as a incompetent evaluator of the topic.
Effective organization and flow

Excellent

Review is strongly organized with clear transitions and logical connections that create a sense of being tightly woven together
Good

Review is organized and most transitions and connections are clear, but either organization is somewhat lacking or the sense of fow is somewhat abrupt
Fair

Review lacks strong organization; jumps around too much or lacks effective transitions; not in logical order
Unsatisfactory

Review is choppy or incohesive; organization is unclear; few effective transitions
Persuasive strategies

Excellent

Writer competently utililzed many strategies to persuade the reader of the value of the item being reviewed.
Good

Writer generally utililzed sufficient strategies to persuade the reader of the value of the item being reviewed.
Fair

Writer used basic strategies to persuade the reader of the value of the item being reviewed.
Unsatisfactory

Writer incompetently used persuasive stategies or underutilized strategies to persuade the reader of the value of the item being reviewed.

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Enhancements

Excellent

Writer competently used visual enhancements to significantly improve the review.
Good

Writer satisfactoraly used visual enhancements to generally improve the review.
Fair

Writer used visual enhancements to in a limited way or visual elements did not significanly improve the qulaity the review.
Unsatisfactory

Writer did not visual enhancements visual elements or the elements used detracted from the overall qulaity the review.
Final evaluation

Excellent

Review offers a clear conclusion or evaluation or rating with a clear recommendation to others.
Good

Conclusion is satisfactory but is lacking of a clear final evaluation or rating.
Fair

A conclusion is present, but it's weak and lacking of a clear final evaluation
Unsatisfactory

No conclusion is present.



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