Sufficient number of examples and details that relate to the topic. Needs attention There is no concluding statement at the end of the paragraph. The setting or situation is fairly clear.
Needs attention The paragraph is hard to read; the events are not organized, and make little sense. At least two or three examples of figurative language are used. Concluding Statement Excellent The concluding statement is the last sentence of the paragraph. Fair The topic sentence gives little evidence of a relevant topic connecting to the other sentences.
Proof of Description x2 8 pts Excellent Juicy words describe the topic and support most of the five senses. Good The concluding statement is the last sentence of the paragraph. Inconsistent or Inappropriate tone; Awkward, unclear, or incomplete sentences; Bland diction, poor word choice.
It is not a clear statement and does not repeat key words from the topic sentence. Proof of Description Excellent Descriptive words are used to describe the topic and reach the five senses. Fair The paragraph is confusing to read and has limited use of transitions.
Mechanics 4 pts Excellent You did not make any spelling or grammatical mistakes. You included a title and indented the paragraph Good You have some spelling and grammatical mistakes.
The events jump around too much. Organization and Transitions Thoughtful, logical progression of supporting examples; Mature transitions between ideas.
Good The topic sentence gives some clarity of the overall connectivity of the sentences present. Mechanics Excellent You did not make any spelling or grammatical mistakes. The Paragraph was easy to read.
The setting was clear. Fair An attempt at descriptive words was used to describe the the five senses. It is a clear statement of the paragraph content. Organization Excellent Paragraph has good organization.
Needs attention The topic sentence is missing or is not included at the start of the paragraph. Good Some descriptive words are used to describe the topic and reach the five senses.
Fair You have several spelling and grammatical mistakes. The paragraph is easy to read. Interesting, concrete and descriptive examples and details with explanations that relate to the topic.
You included a title and indented the paragraph Good You have some spelling and grammatical mistakes.Personal Narrative/ Descriptive Writing Rubric.
Advanced—4 Proficient—3 Needs Improvement—2 Not Yet—1 Content. Lead Strong lead makes the reader want to find out more Good lead but could be altered though the reader still wants to continue Lead is unremarkable and needs some work Lead is unimaginative or too obvious and needs.
Descriptive Writing Rubric CATEGORY 4 3 2 1 Use of concrete details Vivid details incorporated throughout. Sensory details create rich imagery that complements the. Paragraph Writing Rubric Paragraph Topic: _____ 4 Outstanding & Consistent Mastery 3 Meets Program Level Expectations After Instruction 2 Shows Some Understanding 1 Needs Continuous Modeling & Guidance Content Paragraph Structure I have a topic sentence.
I have 3 details. I have a conclusion. iRubric M49WC6: Rubric title Rubric for Descriptive Paragraph Writing (grades ). Built by shanderson using killarney10mile.com Free rubric builder and assessment tools.
STUDENT RUBRIC for Descriptive Writing Is the purpose of my descriptive writing stated in my topic sentence? Does my paragraph have a topic that is supported by every sentence in the paragraph?
5. Does the organization of my sentences reflect my purpose and audience? Writing Rubrics Writing Activities Teaching writing Writing Workshop Writing ideas Teaching Ideas Kindergarten Writing Rubric Writing Process Posters Paragraph writing Forward The writing rubric would be an excellent idea to have hanging in the classroom for the students to reference to while doing in class writing activities.Download