Mme Jacie’s Writing Rubrics

Mme Jacie’s Writing Rubric

 

 

Ideas and Content

Organization

Style

Voice

 

Writer

Writer

Writer

Writer

4

– addresses task/topic directly
– provides substantial relevant content
– focuses fully on main idea/theme
– builds logical, well-constructed text
– handed in on time
– commands dynamic vocabulary
– demonstrates writing technique
– employs a notable range of sentence variety
– effectively adjusts language and tone to task and reader
– shows active interest in the topic

3

– addresses task/topic directly
– provides sufficient relevant content
– focuses mostly on main idea/theme
– builds logical, well-constructed text
– handed in on time
– uses dynamic vocabulary
– demonstrates writing technique
– employs a range of sentence variety
– effectively adjusts language and tone to task and reader
– shows active interest in topic

2

– may address task/topic indirectly or weakly
– provides scant relevant content
– includes no main idea/theme
 – does not organize ideas logically  – uses ordinary vocabulary
– attempts little sentence variety
– may use language and tone inappropriate to task and reader
– shows little interest in the topic

1

– addresses task/topic indirectly or weakly
– provides almost no relevant content
– includes no main idea/theme
 – does not organize ideas logically  – struggles with limited vocabulary
– has problems with sentence construction
– may use language and tone inappropriate to task and reader
– shows little interest in the topic

 

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