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Writing a Complete Sentence

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Rubric Code: GX9B556
Students write a sentence using complete thought.
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Keywords: Who or what, action, when, where, capitalization, punctuation
Categories: Subjects: Arts and Design   English  
Types: Writing  
Grade Levels: 6-8

Powered by iRubric A Complete Sentence
  Emerging
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Developing
(N/A)
Proficient
(N/A)
Advanced
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Who or What
Emerging

I have no who or what in my sentence.
Developing

I use pronouns to tell about the who or what in my sentence. My reader does not know who or what I am writing about.
Proficient

I use common or proper nouns to tell about the who or what in my sentence. My reader knows who or what I am writing about.
Advanced

I use common or proper nouns to tell about the who or what in my sentence. I also use describing words to tell more about the who or what.
Action
Emerging

There are no action words in my sentence.
Developing

I use one simple action word in my sentence. There are no details telling about the action.
Proficient

I use action words in my sentence. I also use words to describe the action.
Advanced

I use action words in my sentence. I use many colorful words to describe the action.
When
Emerging

My sentence does not tell when.
Developing

My sentence tells when, but there is little detail about the when part of my sentence.
Proficient

My sentence tells when. There is enough detail so that my reader can understand when.
Advanced

I write the when part of my sentence using details that tell the exact time of the when.
Where
Emerging

My sentence does not tell where.
Developing

My sentence tells where, but there is little detail about the where part of my sentence.
Proficient

My sentence tells where. There is enough detail so that my reader can understand where.
Advanced

I write the where part of my sentence using details that tell the exact place of the where.
Captialization
Emerging

There is no capitalization in my sentence.
Developing

Some of the words that need to be capitalized are, but there are some words that are not capitalized.
Proficient

All words that need to be capitalized are. I have capitalized the beginning of the sentence and all proper nouns are capitalized.
Advanced

N/A
Punctuation
Emerging

There is no punctuation in my sentences.
Developing

I use punctuation in my sentence, but I use the wrong punctuation mark.
Proficient

I use punctuation in my sentence, and all my punctuation marks are used correctly.
Advanced

N/A



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