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Fourth Grade Mixed up Fairytale Play 
Using the outline provided complete the assignment and use this rubric to determine if your playwriting is complete.
Rubric Code: J22682A
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Subject: English  
Type: Writing  
Grade Levels: K-5


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4 pts


3 pts


2 pts


1 pts

Introduction

4

Beginning sentences create interest and introduces the audience to the story.
3

Beginning sentences introduce the audience to the story. .
2

Beginning sentences vaguely introduce the audience to the story.
1

Beginning sentences do not introduce the audience to the story.
Characters

4

Writer describes the characters with much detail and helps the reader really know the characters with physical, personal, and emotional traits.
3

A good description is given about the characters with some physical and personal traits. There is not a clear understanding of what emotions the characters are feeling.
2

A basic description is given about the characters with some physical traits.
1

No description of the characters are given except for names.
Setting

4

Writer is descriptive of the setting and helps the reader create a mental picture.
3

A description of the setting, in the story, is given.
2

Little description of the setting is present.
1

No description of the setting is mentioned in the story.
Plot

4

Writer uses beginning. middle and ending to create interest and help bring the characters to life. More than 3 sentences are used to develop the prompted sections.
3

Missing details in one part of the story.
2

Missing details in two parts of the story.
1

Missing details in three or more parts of the story.
Conflict

4

Writer describes the conflict in detail without leaving questions for the audience to ponder. There is an effective resolution.
3

Conflict is provided but is lacking details that provide enough information for the audience. There is a resolution to the story.
2

Conflict in the story is unclear. A resolution is made but leaves questions unanswered.
1

No conflict is present in the story.
Grammar/Spelling/Punctuation

4

No errors are made in spelling, grammar, and punctuation.
3

Minimal errors are made in spelling, grammar, and punctuation.
2

Errors are made in spelling, grammar, and punctuation and are distracting.
1

Lots of errors are made in spelling, grammar, and punctuation which makes the play unreadable.
Ending

4

The ending does a good job closing the story
3

There is an adequate ending to finish the story.
2

The ending is inadequate and leaves the story unfinished.
1

There is no ending.




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