ISTEP writing rubric

ISTEP writing rubric - Exhibit minimal word usage? Exhibit...

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ISTEP+ Writing Applications Overview Grades 3 5 Ideas and Content Organization Style Score Level Does the writing sample: Does the writing sample: Does the writing sample: 6 Stay fully focused? Include thorough and complete ideas? Have clear order? Exhibit exceptional word usage? Exhibit writing that is fluent and easy to read? Display a strong sense of audience? 5 Stay focused? Include many relevant ideas? Have clear order? Exhibit more than adequate word usage? Exhibit writing that is fluent and easy to read? Display a sense of audience? 4 Stay mostly focused? Include some relevant ideas? Have order? Exhibit adequate word usage? Exhibit writing that is readable? Display some sense of audience? 3 Stay somewhat focused? Include some relevant ideas? Have some order?
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Unformatted text preview: Exhibit minimal word usage? Exhibit writing that is mostly readable? Display little sense of audience? 2 Exhibit less than minimal focus? Include few relevant ideas? Have little order? Exhibit less than minimal word usage? Exhibit writing that is hard to read? Display little sense of audience? 1 Have little or no focus? Include almost no relevant ideas? Have little or no order? Exhibit less than minimal word usage? Exhibit writing that hard to read? Display little or no sense of audience? NOTE: This chart is only a brief summary of the score points. It is not appropriate to use this summary as the sole tool in scoring student papers. The more in-depth Writing Development Rubric is used for the actual scoring of ISTEP+ student papers....
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This note was uploaded on 10/03/2010 for the course ENV LAW 100 taught by Professor Jkal during the Spring '09 term at UCSB.

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