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Types of Energy Writing built by kdumoulin

Rubric Code: VX8X3C9
Students were given the opportunity to write about the 5 Types of Energies. They had to describe the type of energy and then give an example of where and how it's shown in their home. They took their writing throughout the writing process, using creative voice, words, and mechanics.
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Categories: Subjects: Arts and Design   English   Science  
Types: Project  
Grade Levels: K-5

Powered by iRubric Types of Energy Writing
  Good
3 pts
Fair
2 pts
Poor
1 pts
Types of Energy Present
Good

Student used all the requirements for the types of energy and gave suitable examples.
Fair

Student used some of the requirements for the types of energy and gave suitable examples.
Poor

Student used few of the requirements for the types of energy and gave poor examples.
Creativity
Good

Student used creative voice, expression, and descriptive words in his/her paragraph.
Fair

Student used some creative voice, expression, and descriptive words in his/her paragraph.
Poor

Student used minimal creative voice, expression, and descriptive words in his/her paragraph.
Grammar and Spelling
Good

Few spelling and grammar
errors. Almost all correct
punctuation and complete
sentences throughout.
Fair

Some spelling and
grammar errors. Most
sentences have
punctuation and are
complete. Some teacher support provided.
Poor

Many spelling, grammar,
and punctuation errors There are sentence fragments and incorrect use of capitalization. Frequent teacher support provided.
Organization and Content
Good

Topic sentence, details, and closing sentence were present. Details were related and sequenced appropriately.
Fair

Topic sentence, details, and closing sentence were somewhat present. Details were fairly related and sequenced.
Poor

Topic sentence, details, and closing sentence were minimally present. Details were out of sequence and difficult to follow.
Writing Process
Good

Student received minimal help while writing throughout the writing process
Fair

Student received some help while writing throughout the writing process
Poor

Student received frequent help while writing throughout the writing process



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