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Multi-Paragraph Essay 
Multi-Paragraph Rubric
Rubric Code: K2XA857
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Subject: English  
Type: Writing  
Grade Levels: K-5


Powered by iRubric Multi - Paragraph Essay
  Demonstrate

3 pts

Developing

2 pts

Areas for improvement

1 pts

Number of paragraphs

Demonstrate

The student sucessfully wrote 2 or more paragraphs that were related to the same topic but were different in content. Both paragraphs were indented correctly.
Developing

The student successfully wrote two or more paragraphs but the content was not distinguished between the two paragraphs. It was really one lengthy long paragraph.
Areas for improvement

The student did not write two or more paragraphs and needs to work on indentation of his/her written work.
Topic Sentence

Demonstrate

Powerful, interesting sentence that introduces the topic of each of the paragraphs. The reader is interested in the topic.
Developing

Interesting sentence that introduces the topic of the paragraphs.
Areas for improvement

Topic sentences are missing or does not properly introduce topic.
Details

Demonstrate

Three clear details based on the topic sentence. Details are well explained. The details are interesting, creative, and well-thought out.
Developing

Three clear details based on the topic sentence. Details make sense and are interesting.
Areas for improvement

Less than three details supporting the topic are evident. Organization is confusing.
Concluding sentence

Demonstrate

Powerful, creative, and interesting concluding sentences that sums up the paragraphs. Concluding sentences match the topic sentence.
Developing

Interesting concluding sentences that sums up the paragraph.
Areas for improvement

Concluding sentences are missing or does not match the topic sentence.
Word Choice

Demonstrate

The word choice and vocabulary the student uses in the writing is exemplary. The words chosen are strong and striking words that catch the reader's attention.
Developing

The vocabulary the student uses in the writing is average Their student's verbal language is not reflected in their written language.
Areas for improvement

The word choice and vocabulary used is weak and not risk-taking. They could have chosen more striking words to describe the event.
Conventions

Demonstrate

Student had appropriate capitalization, and punctuation.
Developing

Student had some errors with the capitalization and punctuation.
Areas for improvement

Student had many inconsistencies with capitalization and punctuation.



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