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iRubric: Vocabulary Short Story Rubric

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Vocabulary Short Story Rubric 
rubric for grading short stories written to demonstrate knowledge of newly presented/learned vocabulary
Rubric Code: V5AC4B
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Subject: English  
Type: Homework  
Grade Levels: 6-8


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  Does Not Meet Requirements

1 pts

Partially Meets Requirements

2 pts

Meets Requirements

3 pts

Exceeds Requirements

4 pts

Story

Does Not Meet Requirements

Story has no beginning, middle, or end. Story is confusing. Story does not flow smoothly.
Partially Meets Requirements

Story has a beginning, middle, and end. May not flow smoothly. OR-- Flows smoothly, but is confusing.
Meets Requirements

Story has a beginning, middle, and end. Story flows smoothly and is easy to follow and understand.
Exceeds Requirements

Story has a beginning, middle and end. Writer uses description and creativity as the story is told.
Vocabulary Usage

Does Not Meet Requirements

Few vocabulary words were used correctly in the story. List words missing. Obvious that the writer did not understand the meaning of most words.
Partially Meets Requirements

Some vocabulary words used correctly in the story. List words missing. Knowledge of meaning is unclear, OR an incorrect form of word was used.
Meets Requirements

Most vocabulary words used correctly in the story. Sentence wording proves knowledge of word meaning.
Exceeds Requirements

All words used correctly and creatively in the story. Sentence wording proves knowledge of word meaning.
Conventions & Spelling

Does Not Meet Requirements

More than five errors with with capitals, punctuation, and sentence structure.
Fewer than four spelling errors.
Partially Meets Requirements

Between three and five errors with with capitals, punctuation, and sentence structure.
Fewer than four spelling errors.
Meets Requirements

Fewer than three errors with capitals, punctuation, and sentence structure.
Two or less spelling errors.
Exceeds Requirements

No errors with capitals, punctuation, and sentence structure (run-ons and fragments). All words spelled correctly.
Format & Requirements

Does Not Meet Requirements

Very little editing. Correct heading and title may be used. Papers in the correct order (rough draft on bottom, final on top). Work missing.
Partially Meets Requirements

Few editing corrections. Correct heading and title may be used. Papers in correct order (rough draft on bottom, final on top). Work may be missing.
Meets Requirements

Some editing corrections. Correct heading is used on final draft. Story has a title. Papers in the correct order (rough draft on bottom, final on top)
Exceeds Requirements

Revising and editing done. Correct heading is used on final draft. Story has a title. Papers in correct order (rough draft on bottom, final on top)



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