Sufficient number of examples and details that relate to the topic. Inconsistent or Inappropriate tone; Awkward, unclear, or incomplete sentences; Bland diction, poor word choice. Below grade level The paragraph does not support the topic with meaningful details.
Exceeding Grade Level The closing sentence recaps the topic sentence and makes reference to the body. On Grade Level Presents a clearly focused paragraph. Approaching Grade Level Topic sentence includes focus but is not well-developed. On Grade Level The closing sentence recaps the topic sentence.
Organization and Transitions Thoughtful, logical progression of supporting examples; Mature transitions between ideas.
Focuses on Topic The paragraph must stay focused on main idea. Exceeding Grade Level The body of the paragraph supports the topic sentence with more than 3 meaningful details.
On Grade Level Topic sentence establishes the focus in a well-developed sentence. Exceeding Grade Level Presents a well-developed, clearly focused paragraph.
Acceptable arrangement of examples; transitions may be weak. Mechanics Consistent standard English usage, spelling, and punctuation. Style Appropriate tone, distinctive voice; pleasing variety in sentence structure; Vivid diction, precise word choices.
Details are arranged in a logical progression; appropriate transitions.
The paragraph must begin with a well-developed topic sentence. No discernible pattern of organization; Unrelated details; no transitions.
Acceptable topic sentence presents one idea. Insufficient, vague, or undeveloped examples.Stays on the topic (Does not ramble or repeat) Shows understanding of multiple paragraph form Includes dynamic, vivid or challenging words Few or no errors in the spelling of grade-level-appropriate words Includes main idea(s) with 4 or more well developed supporting details Has an inviting introduction with a topic sentence and.
Creating a writing rubric helps students improve their writing skills by determining their areas of opportunity. Writing Rubrics Samples of Basic, Expository, and Narrative Rubrics. Share Flipboard Email To learn how to turn a four-point rubric into a letter grade, we will use the basic writing rubric below as an example.
Rubric ID: Find out how to make this rubric interactive Letter-Writing: 5th grade friendly letter. CATEGORY 4 3 2 1 Salutation and Closing Salutation and closing have no errors in capitalization and punctuation.
Each paragraph is three sentences long or better. The letter is three paragraghs long. The paragraphs contain less than. Rubric for Evaluation of the Paragraph A rubric is a grading tool that describes the criteria, or "what counts," for the assignment.
It also describes each of the criteria according to gradations of quality, with descriptions of strong, middling, and problematic student work. Grade 5 Six Traits Rubric for Response to Literature Ideas 6 The focus statement, evidence, and related details show real insight into the reading.
5 The response has a clear focus statement, appropriate evidence, and all the necessary details. 4 The response has a clear focus, adequate evidence, but some unnecessary detail needs to. As a resource for teachers, below are the standards for the current grade (5th) as well as the preceding and subsequent grade.
Since the rubric score of “4” represents “above grade level” work, the 6 th grade standards were referenced.Download