6 Traits Rubric- - 6 Traits Rubric IDEA DEVELOPMENT ORGANIZATION VOICE 5 The writing is clear well-supported or developed and enhanced by the kind

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6 Traits Rubric ORGANIZATION 5 The order, presentation, or internal structure of the piece is compelling and guides the reader purposefully through the text The entire piece has a strong sense of direction and balance, Main ideas or key points stand out clearly. An inviting lead draws the reader in; a satisfying conclusion ties up loose ends Details seem to fit right where they are placed, making the text easy to follow and understand Transitions are strong but natural Pacing feels natural and effective; the writer knows just when to linger over details and when to get moving Organization flows so smoothly the readers does not need to think about it 3 The organizational structure allows the reader to move through the text without undue confusion Sequencing of main ideas seems reasonably appropriate; the reader rarely, if ever, feels lost Transitions are usually present, but sometimes a little too obvious or too structured Structure may be so dominant or predictable that it literally smothers the ideas and voice Information is mostly presented in an orderly, if not quite compelling, fashion 1 Ideas, details, or events seem loosely strung together. Readers will likely notice
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This note was uploaded on 03/30/2011 for the course ENGL 1010 taught by Professor Mixalot. during the Spring '09 term at East Central Community College.

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6 Traits Rubric- - 6 Traits Rubric IDEA DEVELOPMENT ORGANIZATION VOICE 5 The writing is clear well-supported or developed and enhanced by the kind

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