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Mrs. Barton's Writing Rubric for a Narrative


Criterion
Exceeds Proficiency
Meets Proficiency
-- The narrative, real or
--The narrative, real or
imagined, insightfull
imagined, competently
addresses all aspects of the
addresses all aspects of
prompt
the prompt
--Purposefully engages and
--Engages and orients
orients
the
the
reader aby
--Creates
a reader
smoothby setting
Organizes
clear event

Approaching Proficiency
--The narrative, real or
imagined, superficially
addresses all aspects of the
prompt
--Attempts to engage or
orient
the reader
by
--Organizes
an event

Below Proficiency
--The narrative, real or
imagined, partially
addresses aspects of the
prompt
--Might engage or orient
the
reader by
--Organizes
anestablishing
event

Well Below Proficiency


--The narrative, real or
imagined, minimally
addresses some aspect
of the prompt
--Does not engage or
orient
reader by
--Eventthe
sequence
unfolds

progression of experiences or
events
--Skillfully uses a variety of
techniques to sequence
events
so that
build of
on
--Skillfully
usesthey
a variety

sequence that unfolds


logically and naturally
--Uses a variety of
transitional words,
phrases,
anduses
clauses
--Effectively
a to

sequence that unfolds


naturally but may not be
logical
--Uses a variety of
transitional
--Adequatelywords,
uses aphrases,
variety

sequence buy may not be


logical
--Uses some transitional
words, phrases, and
clauses
to convey
--Uses limited
narrative

unnaturally and/or
illogically
--Uses few to no
transition words, phrases,
and/or
clauses
convey
--Uses few
to notonarrative

narrative techniques such as


dialogue, pacing, description,
reflection, and multiple plot
lines to develop experiences,
events,
and/or characters
--Uses purposeful
and varied

variety of narrative
techniques such as
dialogue, pacing,a nd
description to develop
experiences,
--Uses correctevents,
and

of narrative techniques
such as dialogue, pacing,
and description to develop
experiences, events, and/or
characters
--Uses mostly correct and

techniques, such as
dialogue, pacing, and
descrition to develop
experiiences, events,
and/or
characters
--Uses limited
and/or

techniques
--Does not use sensory
language or descriptive
details

sentence structure
--Contains minimal to no
errors in conventions
(grammar, punctuation,
spelling, capitalization)

varied sentence
structure
--Contains few, minor
errors in conventions
--Utilizes strong and

some varied sentence


structure
--Contains some errors in
conventions which may
cause confusion

repetitive sentence
structure
--Contains numerous
errors in conventions
which cause confusion

--lacks sentence mastery


(e.g. fragments/run-ons)
--Contains serious and
pervasive errors in
conventions
--Utilizes incorrect and/or