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iRubric: E-Story Rubric

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E-Story Rubric built by missashley96

Rubric Code: Z2W89CA
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Categories: Subjects: Education  
Types: Writing  
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  Poor
1 pts
Fair
2 pts
Good
3 pts
Excellent
4 pts
Organization
Poor

No clear main idea. The writer has no ultimate theme or moral of the story. Hard to follow storyline.
Fair

Main idea is evident but weak. There is unimportant information that interferes with the focus of the story. Transitions are hard to follow.
Good

Main idea is clear, and most ideas are related to the topic. Transitions are meaningful for the most part.
Excellent

Main idea is clear, and all ideas are strongly related and focus on the topic. Progression is logical and controlled.
Grammar Conventions
Poor

Excessive errors in the eight parts of speech. Frequent spelling errors. Excessive misuse of punctuation. Frequent run-on or fragmented sentences.
Fair

Some errors is the eight parts of speech. Some spelling errors. Some sentences are well-constructed, others are run-on or fragmented.
Good

Few errors in the eight parts of speech and spelling. Sentences are readable.
Excellent

Correct spelling and use of the eight parts of speech. Sentences are well-constructed with varied structure.
Conclusion
Poor

Story does not provide a concluding statement.
Fair

Story provides an incomplete concluding statement
Good

Story provides a concluding statement that is inferred based on the plot but not explained.
Excellent

Story provides a strong and obvious concluding statement that is also explained.



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