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My Journey Through the Water Cycle 
Write a narrative story describing a raindrop traveling through the water cycle. Describe the forms the raindrop takes as it move through the water cycle.
Rubric Code: MX792A6
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Subject: Science  
Type: Writing  
Grade Levels: K-5


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  Exceeding Standard

4 pts

Meeting Standard

3 pts

Approaching Standard

2 pts

Beginning

1 pts

CONTENT: Water Cycle

• ESS2.C the roles of water in Earth’s surface process.

Exceeding Standard

Water cycle is described using all correct terminology of the water cycle and all 3 familiar states of matter are represented. 7-5 Domain specific vocabulary words are used correctly and enhance the story.
Meeting Standard

Water cycle is described and all 3 familiar states of matter represented 3-5 Domain specific vocabulary words are used.
Approaching Standard

Water cycle is described and all 3 familiar states of matter represented but one components missing or incorrect. Few domain specific vocabulary words are used.
Beginning

Water cycle is incorrectly described and / or 3 familiar states of matter are not represented two or more components missing or incorrect. No domain specific vocabulary terms are used.
Quality: Narrative Writing

• CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.W.2.3 Write narratives in which they recount a well-elaborated event or short sequence of events, include details to describe actions, thoughts, and feelings, use temporal words to signal event order, and provide a sense of closure.

Exceeding Standard

Project demonstrates fantastic imagination and creativity. Engaged and oriented the reader, introduced characters/ narrator, used dialogue, used a variety of transitions, sensory words, and provided a conclusion that follows from or reflects on the story events.
Meeting Standard

Project demonstrates good imagination and creativity.
Oriented the reader, introduced characters/narrator, used dialogue, used a variety of transitions, used sensory words, and provided a conclusion.
Approaching Standard

Project demonstrates some imagination and creativity. Established a situation and introduced characters/ narrator. Used some dialogue and transition words. Provided a conclusion that somewhat follows the story events.
Beginning

Project demonstrates little imagination and creativity. Struggled to establish a situation, introduce characters, use transition words, and/or provide a conclusion
Quality:WriteReader

o ISTE Student Standard 3C: Students curate information from digital resources using a variety of tools and methods to create collections of artifacts that demonstrate meaningful connections or conclusions.

Exceeding Standard

Includes three illustrations that match the water cycle phase and state of matter described in their text
Meeting Standard

Includes three illustrations that match the water cycle
Approaching Standard

Includes three illustrations but one component are missing or incorrect
Beginning

Includes three illustrations but two components are missing or incorrect
Process:Country or Climate

Exceeding Standard

At least 3 locations are clearly described including adjectives.
Meeting Standard

The 3 locations are clearly described.
Approaching Standard

Two out of three locations or climates are clearly described
Beginning

One out of three locations are d clearly described



Keywords:
  • Narrative Writing, Water Cycle







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