Skip to main content
iRubric: Perspective Writing- rubric

iRubric: Perspective Writing- rubric

 
find rubric

edit   print   share   Copy to my rubrics   Bookmark   test run   apply to...   delete   Do more...
Perspective Writing- 
Writing From Another Character Point of View
Rubric Code: R23X233
Ready to use
Private Rubric
Subject: English  
Type: Reading  
Grade Levels: K-5, 9-12


Powered by iRubric Writing From Different Perspective
  Right On Target

4 pts

Acceptable

3 pts

Limited

2 pts

Unacceptable

1 pts

Perspective

Right On Target

The perspective of the narrator is clear and distinct. The writer has consciously and consistently chosen elements that would inform the narrator's perspective in deliberate and planful ways.
Acceptable

The perspective of the narrator is mostly clear and distinct. The writer has generally chosen elements that would inform the narrator's perspective in mostly deliberate and planful ways.
Limited

The perspective of the narrator not consistently clear. The writer has chosen limited elements that would inform the narrator's perspective.
Unacceptable

The perspective of the narrator is not clear and distinct. The writer has not chosen elements that would inform the narrator's perspective.
Grammar/Punctuation

Right On Target

There are no spelling or punctuation errors in the draft. Grammar, language, and correctness enhance communication.
Acceptable

There are few spelling or punctuation errors in the draft that do not interfere with the communication with the reader.
Limited

The spelling or punctuation errors in the draft interfere with some of the communication with the reader.
Unacceptable

The spelling or punctuation errors in the draft interfere with much of the communication with the reader.
Sentence fluency

Right On Target

Each sentence is engaging and deliberate. There are a variety of sentence beginnings. There are no run-on or fragmented sentences.
Acceptable

Most sentences are engaging and deliberate. There are a variety of sentence beginnings. There are a few run-on or fragmented sentences.
Limited

About half of the sentences are engaging and deliberate. There is a limited variety of sentence beginnings. There are some run-on or fragmented sentences.
Unacceptable

Few sentences are engaging and deliberate. There is little variety of sentence beginnings. There are noticeable run-on or fragmented sentences.



Keywords:
  • Personal Narrative; story

Subjects:






Do more with this rubric:

Preview

Preview this rubric.

Edit

Modify this rubric.

Copy

Make a copy of this rubric and begin editing the copy.


Print

Show a printable version of this rubric.

Categorize

Add this rubric to multiple categories.

Bookmark

Bookmark this rubric for future reference.
Assess

Test run

Test this rubric or perform an ad-hoc assessment.

Grade

Build a gradebook to assess students.

Collaborate

Apply this rubric to any object and invite others to assess.
Share

Add to Gallery

Let others view this rubric in Rubric Gallery.

Publish

Link, embed, and showcase your rubrics on your website.

Email

Email this rubric to a friend.

Discuss

Discuss this rubric with other members.
 

Do more with rubrics than ever imagined possible.

Only with iRubrictm.


Copyright © 2022 Reazon Systems, Inc.  All rights reserved.
n17