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E-Story Rubric 
Rubric Code: D23X455
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Subject: Education  
Type: Assessment  
Grade Levels: K-5


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  Poor

1 pts

Fair

2 pts

Good

3 pts

Excellent

4 pts

Focus

Main idea of the text.

Poor

Moral lesson of the story is not clear and poorly thought out. No points in the story support what is being said.
Fair

Moral lesson of the story is not entirely clear and can cause confusion to the reader.
Good

Moral lesson of the story is clear. Certain points of the story do not support the lesson being taught.
Excellent

Moral lesson of the story is clear and leaves no confusion to the reader. All points in the story support the moral lesson.
Narration

The proper way to communicate the story to others.

Poor

Narration is inaudible and either too loud or too soft. The narrator also speaks too fast or too slow, and sounds uninterested.
Fair

Narration is audible but not clear, the narrator is not speaking at a constant pace and sounds uninterested most of the time.
Good

Narration is audible and clear, the words are articulated well. Narrator is speaking at a constant pace but is lacking prosody.
Excellent

Narration is audible and clear. The narrator is articulating well, speaking at a proper volume, constant pace, and is speaking with prosody.
Digital Design

The visual attractiveness of the story.

Poor

Student used little to no visuals. Visuals used were too simple and did not support the text. Student did not make use of the design features offered on the storybook website.
Fair

Student sporadically placed visuals that sometimes supported the text. Student did make use of the design features offered on the storybook website but not efficiently.
Good

Student properly placed visuals that supported the text. Student made good use of the design features offered on the storybook website.
Excellent

Student properly placed visuals that supported the text. Student made excellent use of the design features offered on the storybook website.
Arrangement

The proper arrangement of a story.

Poor

No clear beginning middle or end in the story. Student tells the story completely out of sequence.
Fair

Story for the most part has a beginning middle and end. Student tells some parts out of sequence which can cause confusion to the reader.
Good

Clear beginning, middle, and end. Student properly sequences events in an adequate manner.
Excellent

Clear beginning, middle, and end. Student properly sequences events in a strong manner.
Conventions

The use of grammar, sentence structure, and spelling.

Poor

More than 5 errors in spelling and grammar. Weak sentence structure.
Fair

4 errors in spelling and grammar. Weak but developing sentence structure.
Good

Less than 3 errors in spelling and grammar. Sufficient spelling structure.
Excellent

No misspellings, no grammatical errors, and proper sentence structure.




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