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4th writing rubric003 - Writing The following is a writing...

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Unformatted text preview: Writing The following is a writing rubric that I helped create with two other fourth grade student teachers to evaluate five writing samples written by LD over time. I chose to evaluate several pieces selected from her language arts notebook in which numerous types of writing exercises were conducted throughout the quarter. The basis for our rubric came from the ”Scoring 6+1 Trait Writing Assessment” (see end of section) and the Fourth Grade California Content Standards for Writing. Little or no mechanical correctness. Minimal structure (beginning, middle, end) to piece, does not flow logically, lack of connectedness. Language demonstrates little to no creativity of persuasion. Lacks main idea and details are unavailable throughout the piece of writing. Writing is not legible or sloppy, writing on the wrong side of the paper, may include doodles on paper, or lacks illustrations (if applicable). At least 50% of the mechanical correctness is to standards. At least 50% of organization is present. Idea evident, although structure is missing. Shows moderate attempts at using descriptive language; however, the word choice is used incorrectly at some points. Beginning to develop emerging ' ideas; however, needs more connectedness and guidance. Neatness is emerging however; writing appears that a great deal of effort was not put into it. Paper presentation is not appropriate. At least 75 /o of the mechanical correctness is to standards. Organization has a central meaning, generally follows structure, missing one component of structure (beginning, middle or end). Generally includes colorful language and is consistent throughout the piece of writing, although could use more detail. Writer makes a clear attempt to include the main idea(s) although ideas are not fully developed. Writing is neat, but presentation (state of paper) is lacking. Illustrations are included if applicable. Everything 15 correct, no changes necessary. Creates sense of anticipation, proceeds logically, information given to reader at proper times & has closure. Demonstrates rich, colorful, precise language that communicates not only in a functional way, but a way that moves and enlightens the reader. Central theme with supporting thoughts and enriching details throughout the piece. Writing is legible and neat. Colorful pictures or graphics are represented if applicable. Holes on the left and physical appearance of paper is neat. ...
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