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Personal Narrative Rubric 
A rubric that is able to be used for Personal Narrative Writing Prompts.
Rubric Code: S2X7632
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Subject: English  
Type: Writing  
Grade Levels: K-5


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  Limited

1 pts

Basic

2 pts

Satisfactory

3 pts

Organization/Progression

To earn full credit, your paper falls into the satisfactory category.

Limited

The paper is hard to follow
-Five W's are missing
-There is no lead
-Few details are offered
-Details do not connect to main idea or hard to tell what main idea is
-No conclusion
Basic

The reader can follow the paper most of the time
-Some of the 5 W's are there
-Paper has a lead but not exciting
-Most details are in the right place
-It is possible to connect details to main idea. Some are not needed
-The paper has a conclusion
Satisfactory

The paper is easy to follow
-All of the 5 W's are there
-The lead grabs the reader's attention
-You focus on one event
-The details follow in good order
-Easily connect details to main idea
-The conclusion is strong
Development of Ideas

Limited

No clear topic
-Writer displays limited knowledge of topic
-The main idea is unclear-no focus
-Details do not support topic
-Much of the writing fills paper space
.
Basic

Paper is clear but main idea not well developed or few details
-Writer seems to have grasp of topic
-Main idea is somewhat clear
-Details are not significant
-Some information is not needed
Satisfactory

Paper has clear main idea and details expand the topic
-Writer seems to know topic well
-Main idea is easy to see.
-Details support main idea
-Unneeded information is not there
Use of Language/Conventions

Limited

-Limited word choice
-Simple sentences
-Sentences do not follow a logical order
-Persistent errors in conventions that disrupt fluency
-You use little to no adjectives to describe what is happening
-You have one line of dialogue not formatted correctly or have not included any at all.
Basic

-General word choice
-Awkward sentences or somewhat controlled
-Some sentences follow a logical order
-Partial control of conventions
-You use some adjectives to create a picture of what is going on .
-You include only one line of properly formatted dialogue or have two that are not formatted correctly
Satisfactory

-Vivid and expressive word choice that is effective
-You use many adjectives to create a picture of what is going on .

-Purposeful sentences that are well-controlled

-Consistent command of conventions

-You have included two lines of dialogue properly formatted
Writing Process

Limited

You only handed in the final copy.

or

You are missing two or more parts.
Basic

You showed evidence of most of the writing process but are missing one of the pieces.
Satisfactory

You showed evidence of brainstorming, filling out the graphic organizer, completed the outline, rough draft and final draft.




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