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Narrative Writing Rubric Grade: 4

1 Insufficient Progress Towards Expectations Evidence of Writing Process 2 Sufficient Progress Towards Expectations 3 Consistently Meets Expectations 4 Consistently Exceeds Expectations

Student rarely uses elements of the writing process (planning, drafting, revising, editing, and publishing) to compose a narrative piece of writing. Student does not focus on a specific personal experience does not organize their ideas specific to the narrative task does not organize their ideas into paragraphs does not include meaningful transitions and strong sentence-tosentence connections

Student sometimes uses elements of the writing process (planning, drafting, revising, editing, and publishing) to compose a narrative piece of writing. Student somewhat focuses on a specific personal experience poorly organizes their ideas specific to the narrative task organizes their ideas into somewhat well controlled paragraphs includes some meaningful transitions and strong sentence-to- sentence connections

Student consistently uses elements of the writing process (planning, drafting, revising, editing, and publishing) to compose a narrative piece of writing. Student focuses on a specific personal experience throughout most of the narrative organizes their ideas specific to the narrative task most of the time organizes their ideas into controlled paragraphs includes meaningful transitions and strong sentence-to- sentence connections most of the time Student crafts a thoughtful and engaging narrative includes specific and wellchosen details writes a believable narrative including character development

Student always uses elements of the writing process (planning, drafting, revising, editing, and publishing) to compose a narrative piece of writing. Student focuses on a specific personal experience logically organizes their ideas specific to the narrative task organizes their ideas into well controlled paragraphs includes meaningful transitions and strong sentence-to- sentence connections

Organization

Development of Ideas

Student does not craft a thoughtful or engaging narrative does not include specific and well-chosen details writes an illogical narrative that was unclear and difficult to follow

Student crafts a somewhat thoughtful and engaging narrative includes some specific and well-chosen details writes a somewhat logical narrative with some character development

Student skillfully crafts a thoughtful and engaging narrative includes specific and well-chosen details that contributed significantly to the writers portrayal of the experience writes a believable narrative including strong character development

Narrative Writing Rubric Grade: 4

Use of Language

Conventions

Student uses vague or limited word choice word choice impedes the writers ability to relate the experience clearly uses simple, awkward, uncontrolled, and weak sentences Student has little or no command of sentence boundaries and age-appropriate spelling, capitalization, punctuation, grammar, and usage conventions has persistent errors that interfere with meaning

Student uses general and vague word choice uses awkward and somewhat controlled sentences

Student demonstrates a partial command of sentence boundaries and ageappropriate spelling, capitalization, punctuation, grammar, and usage conventions has some errors distracting to the meaning

Student uses specific and concrete word choice most of the time uses adequately controlled sentences that, for the most part contribute to the general effectiveness of the narrative Student demonstrates an adequate command of sentence boundaries and ageappropriate spelling, capitalization, punctuation, grammar, and usage conventions although some errors may be evident, they create few (if any) disruptions in the fluency of the writing. Student writes legibly leaving appropriate margins for readability.

Student uses vivid and expressive word choice uses purposeful, varied, and well controlled sentences that enhanced the effectiveness of the narrative Student demonstrates a consistent command of sentence boundaries and age-appropriate spelling, capitalization, punctuation, grammar, and usage conventions use of conventions strongly contribute to the effectiveness of the narrative. Student writes legibly with appropriate margins for readability and indents paragraphs.

Handwriting

Student writes illegibly without appropriate margins for readability.

Student writes somewhat legibly leaving appropriate margins for readability.