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Scoring Rubric for Written Activities 2, 4, 6

 

4
  • Writer meets requirements of the prompts.
  • Writing is focused, original, and clear.
  • Main ideas are clearly stated.
  • Few or no errors occur in spelling, grammar, or punctuation.
3
  • Writer meets most requirements of the prompts.
  • Writing is reasonably focused, original, and clear.
  • Most main ideas are clearly stated.
  • Some errors occur in spelling, grammar, or punctuation, but they do not interfere with meaning.
2
  • Writer meets some requirements of the prompts.
  • Writing has some focus, but lacks clarity.
  • Main ideas are not clearly stated.
  • Some errors in spelling, grammar, and punctuation interfere with meaning.

1

  • Writing does not relate to the topic or prompt..
  • Writing lacks organization and a plan.
  • Errors in spelling, grammar, and punctuation seriously interfere with meaning.