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Rough Draft 
The rough draft will contain the introductory paragraph, at least one body paragraph, and the concluding paragraph.
Rubric Code: C2X7AX8
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Subject: English  
Type: Writing  
Grade Levels: 6-8


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  Excellent

4 pts

Good

3 pts

Fair

2 pts

Poor

1 pts

Introduction

Excellent

Introduction consists of 3-4 sentences of which the last sentence is the thesis statement and the sentences flow throughout the paragraph.
Good

Introduction consists of 2-3 sentences of which one is the thesis statement and the sentences flow throughout the paragraph.
Fair

Introduction consists of 2-3 sentences of which one is the thesis statement and the sentences have a weak connection throughout the paragraph.
Poor

Introduction consists of 2 sentences of which one is the thesis statement and the sentences have no connection in the paragraph OR there is no thesis statment in the introduction.
Citations

Excellent

An attempt has been made for all direct quotes to be cited.
Good

An attempt has been made for most direct quotes to be cited.
Fair

An attempt has been made for some direct quotes to be cited.
Poor

There are no attempts to cite any research throughout the paper.
Content

Excellent

Rough Draft touches on all of the content.
Good

Rough draft touches on a majority of the content.
Fair

Rough draft touches on some of the content.
Poor

Rough draft does not have any content.
Organization

Excellent

Entire rough draft is sequential and flows to the reader.
Good

Most of the rough draft is easy to follow and is in a logical order.
Fair

Paragraphs seem disconnected in several spots or ideas within paragraphs are loosely related.
Poor

Writing does not flow or follow a logical progression through the rough draft.
Conclusion

Excellent

Conclusion acurately sums up what is said in the paper and includes a restatement of the thesis sentence.
Good

Conclusion sums up what is said in the paper with some gaps in thought and includes a restatement of the thesis sentence.
Fair

Conclusion sums up what is said in the paper with many gapsin thought OR does not includes a restatement of the thesis sentence.
Poor

Conclusion does not sum up what is said in the paper.





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