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Letter to Teacher 
Students will each write a descriptive letter to the teacher using planning and organization to create 5 distinct paragraphs that are appropriately sequenced. The topic of each paragraph is up to the individual, but each must use varied transitions, complex sentence structure, and formal vocabulary.
Rubric Code: C2X6X78
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Subject: English  
Type: Writing  
Grade Levels: 9-12


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  Exceptional

4 pts

Good

3 pts

Fair

2 pts

Needs Work

1 pts

Letter Format

Exceptional

All five parts of the letter are clearly distinguishable and sequenced in a sophisticated way.
Good

All five parts of the letter are clearly distinguishable. The sequence of paragraphs is good, but needs improvement.
Fair

The work is in the form of a letter, but the writer may not have used all five parts of the letter form.
Needs Work

The work is not a letter. It does not follow the letter form.
Focus

Exceptional

Writing is clear and coherent; appropriate to task, purpose, and audience.
Good

Writing is mostly clear and coherent; appropriate to task, purpose, and audience.
Fair

Writing is somewhat clear and may be confusing at times; task, purpose, and audience may not be clear.
Needs Work

Writing is unclear and confusing; is not appropriate to task, purpose, and audience.
Content

Exceptional

The letter is thorough and detailed.
Good

The letter is specific but details may not be thorough.
Fair

The letter includes basic details without much description or explanation.
Needs Work

The letter includes minimal details and limited description or explanation.
Conventions

Exceptional

Spelling, grammar, and punctuation are flawless. No errors.
Good

Letter contains a few careless errors.
Fair

Letter contains several errors that may hinder comprehension.
Needs Work

Letter contains numerous errors that hinder comprehension.
Expression of Self

Exceptional

Letter clearly demonstrates a sophisticated, distinct voice and narrative style.
Good

Letter somewhat demonstrates a distinct voice and narrative style.
Fair

Letter struggles to demonstrate a distinct voice and narrative style.
Needs Work

Letter does not demonstrate a distinct voice and narrative style.



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