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Letter to your Future Self 
Rubric Code: S237X97
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Subject: English  
Type: Writing  
Grade Levels: 6-8, 9-12


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  Great

4 pts

Good

3 pts

Fair

2 pts

Poor

1 pts

Incomplete

0 pts

Opening

Great

Opening
Student includes an interesting opening section (3-4 sentences) that allows the reader to understand the purpose of the letter. Provides background about yourself.
Good

Opening
Student includes an interesting opening section (3-4 sentences) that allows the reader to understand the purpose of the letter.
Does NOT includes one of the required elements.
Fair

Opening
Student includes an interesting opening section (3-4 sentences) that allows the reader to understand the purpose of the letter.
Does NOT include two or more elements.
Poor

Opening
Student does not include a purpose for the letter.
Conclusion
Student does not explain why the letter was written AND does not offer background.
Incomplete

Opening
There is not any opening statement.
Content--School Memories

Great

Student describes 3-5 or more memories of 7th grade in detail.
Good

Student describes 3-4 memories of 7th grade in detail.
Fair

Student describes 1-2 or more memories of 7th grade in detail.
Poor

Student does not describe any memories of 7th grade or claims "nothing interesting happened."
Incomplete

Student does not discuss any memories.
Content-Predictions for High School

Great

Student makes predictions about 4 of following items:
*Who their friends will be
*Classes you want to take
*What will life be like in 2026
*What will you be interested in (movies, books, TV, music ect.)
*friends
*goals in general you would like to achieve
Good

Student makes predictions about 3 of those items.
Fair

Student makes predictions about 2
Poor

Student makes predictions about 1 of
Incomplete

Student does not make any predictions about High School.
Content--Furture Plans

Great

Student makes predictions about 3 of following items:
*After High School
*Living arrangements (at home or away from your parents).
*Future Jobs/Careers
*goals
*things in the world
*things you would like to happen
Good

Student makes predictions about 3 of following items:
*After High School
*Living arrangements (at home or away from your parents).
*Future Jobs/Careers
**Items are not fully explained or described.
Fair

Student makes predictions about 2 of following items:
*After High School
*Living arrangements (at home or away from your parents).
*Future Jobs/Careers
Poor

Student makes predictions about 1 of following items:
*After High School
*Living arrangements (at home or away from your parents).
*Future Jobs/Careers
Incomplete

Student does not discuss any of your future plans.
Conclusion

Great

Conclusion
Student tells how they feel about themselves and seventh grade, and offers some advice to student of the future.
Good

Conclusion
Student briefly tells how they feel about themselves and seventh grade, and offers some advice to student of the future.
Fair

Conclusion
Student does not explain (1 of the following) how they feel about themselves OR the seventh grade OR does not offer some advice to student of the future.
Poor

Conclusion
Student does not explain (2 or more of the following) how they feel about themselves OR the seventh grade OR does not offer some advice to student of the future.
Incomplete

Conclusion
There is not a clear conclusion at all. The letter ends after discussing student's future plans.
Organization

Great

Information is in a logical, interesting sequence which the reader can follow.
Good

Student presents information in logical sequence which the reader can follow.
Fair

Reader has difficulty following work because student jumps around.
Poor

Sequence of information is difficult to follow.
Incomplete

Sequence causes so much confusion some sections are unreadable.
Grammar and Spelling

Great

Letter has one or two misspellings or grammatical errors.
Good

Letter has no more than three or four misspellings and/or grammatical errors.
Fair

Letter has five or six misspellings and/or grammatical errors.
Poor

Work has seven spelling errors and/or grammatical errors.
Incomplete

Work has eight or more spelling errors and/or grammatical errors.
Format

Great
Good
Fair

The letter is in the correct form of a friendly letter. Student includes the
*heading,
*salutation,
*body paragraphs, *closing, and
*signature - first and last name included
Poor

The letter is in the correct format with 2 incorrect parts.
Incomplete

The letter has 3 or more incorrect parts.




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