Finally, with much effort, he forced it open. No discernible pattern of organization; Unrelated details; no transitions. Most sentences express a clear thought or idea. Level 4 Paragraph contains a clear and concise topic sentence.
Many sentences do not express a clear thought or idea. Level 4 Student cites two examples of specific text evidence and includes some creative ideas about the topic.
Interesting, concrete and descriptive examples and details with explanations that relate to the topic. Sufficient number of examples and details that relate to the topic.
Interesting, original topic sentence, reflecting thought and insight; focused on one interesting main idea. Acceptable arrangement of examples; transitions may be weak.
Level 2 Finished product still contains a number of simple and repetitive sentences. Organization Paragraph contains a clear topic sentence with logical supporting details. Logical supporting details are missing. Mechanics Consistent standard English usage, spelling, and punctuation.
Level 3 Student cites one example of specific text evidence about the topic. Some errors, but none major, in usage, spelling, or punctuation.
Examples and details relate to the topic and some explanation is included. Some supporting details are included. Level 1 Finished product is made of many simple and repetitive sentences. All sentences are complete and express a clear thought.
Acceptable topic sentence presents one idea. Sentence Fluency was stiff, and the boy struggled to open the door. Level 2 The student writes three complete sentence. Level 3 Paragraph contains a clear topic sentence. Style Appropriate tone, distinctive voice; pleasing variety in sentence structure; Vivid diction, precise word choices.
Level 3 The student writes four complete sentence. Level 1 Student cites no clear text evidence about the topic Level 2 Student refers to text evidence about the topic.
Level 1 Paragraph does not contain a clear topic sentence. Level 2 Finished product contains some capitalization, punctuation, and spelling errors.
Level 3 Finished product contains few capitalization, punctuation, and spelling errors. Organization and Transitions Thoughtful, logical progression of supporting examples; Mature transitions between ideas. Appropriate tone; Clear sentences with varied structures; Effective diction.
A high degree of supporting details are included. A considerable amount of supporting details are included. Evidence Indicators of success Student generates a high degree of original and creative ideas about the topic and cites text evidence.
All sentences express a clear idea or thought. Conventions Finished product contains grade approiate use of capitalization, punctuation, and spelling.Total Points (30 possible) _____ Paragraph of the Week – Grading Rubric.
3 points 2 points 1 point Topic Sentence: Gets reader’s attention - Introduces main idea of paragraph - Complete sentence 3.
requirements met 2. requirements met 1. requirement met Supporting Sentences. Rubric for Evaluation of the Paragraph. A rubric is a grading tool that describes the criteria, or "what counts," for the assignment.
It also describes each of the criteria according to gradations of quality, with descriptions of strong, middling, and problematic student work. The. What's a Paragraph Writing Rubric?
In general, rubrics make it easy for students to understand class expectations and allow you to easily and fairly grade writing projects. Though writing rubrics layout can differ from teacher to teacher, most include columns with potential scores and rows with scoring criteria.
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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.