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Compare/Contrast Four Scoring Focus 
Compare/Contrast Paragraph scoring rubric that would work well with Special Education students. It breaks down what is needed in a Compare/Contrast Paragraph and also includes supporting details, organization/structure, transition words, and capitalization & punctuation on a 1-4 point scale.
Rubric Code: Y239898
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Subject: English  
Type: Writing  
Grade Levels: 6-8, 9-12


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  Beginning

1 pts

Developing

2 pts

Profiecient

3 pts

Advanced

4 pts

Supporting Details

Beginning

Details are either wrong or lacking. The details do not fit the writer's point for the comparison/contrast.
Developing

There are details, but they are not clear, specific, and vivid.
Profiecient

Details are clear and specific, but they do not vividly support the writer's point for the comparison/contrast.
Advanced

Details in the paragraph are clear and specific, and there are enough details to create vivid images for a thorough comparison or contrast. The details clearly support the writer's point for the comparison/contrast.
Organization/Structure

Beginning

No discernible organization. Details are either missing or not in any discernible order.
Developing

The details are in a discernible order, but the author does not stick to one pattern in the paragraph.
Profiecient

Most of the details are in a clear order and the author sticks to one pattern.
Advanced

The details are in a clear order and the author sticks to one pattern: subject-by-subject or point-by point.
Transition Words

Beginning

No transition words are present.
Developing

There are no transition words or the words are not used properly.
Profiecient

There are only 1 or 2 transition words present.
Advanced

There are 3 or more appropriate transition words present.
Capitalization and Punctuation

Beginning

Writer made more than 5 errors in capitalization and punctuation
Developing

Writer makes 4-5 errors in capitalization and punctuation
Profiecient

Writer makes 2-3 errors in capitalization and punctuation
Advanced

No more than one error in capitalization and punctuation.



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