Wednesday, December 2, 2015

Yahara Short Story Draft Rubric

Yahara Short Story Draft Rubric
3 separate summative scores are given for this best draft effort.

Standard
4
3
2
1
4:  Writes a narrative using vivid detail and powerful word choice.
The writer effectively uses precise words and phrases, vivid descriptive details, engaging sensory language to convey a vivid picture of the experiences and events.

Uses precise words and phrases, relevant descriptive details, and appropriate sensory language to convey a clear picture of the experiences and events.
The writer uses simplistic words and phrases, inconsistent descriptive details, and limited sensory language to convey a partial picture of the experiences and events.
The writer vaguely expresses experiences or events and uses confusing or incorrect words and phrases, little or no descriptive details, and little or no sensory language to convey an unclear or confusing picture of the experiences and events.
4:  Writes narrative using an ordered sequence following the story arc structure.
Effectively creates a sequence of events, real or imagined, that unfolds naturally and logically from beginning to end.  
The writer adequately creates a sequence of events, real or imagined, that unfolds naturally and logically from beginning to end
The writer creates an inconsistent and uneven sequence of events, real or imagined, that unfolds from beginning to end.
The writer uses little or no discernible sequence of events, real or imagined, to convey the narrative.
Standard 6: Command the conventions of standard English grammar, usage, and vocabulary.
Strong grasp of conventions and consistently uses it to enhance the work.
Strong grasp of standard writing conventions (spelling, capitalization, and punctuation). Correct sentence structure throughout.
Many errors in conventions (spelling, capitalization, and punctuation) which distracts from writing. Simple or inconsistent use of varied sentence structures.  
Conventions (spelling, capitalization, and punctuation) and/or sentence structure hinders readers from comprehension of work.  

1 comments:

Francis said...

Great Rubric, thanks for sharing!

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