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Grade Narrative Writing Rubric by kellena99

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									                                                                   CVUSD 3rd Grade Narrative Writing Rubric

Name: ______________________________________________ Teacher:_______________________________________
School:__________________________________________________ Date___________________ Score:__________

Students making no attempt or no attempt in English will receive a score of Level 0.                          Students writing off topic will receive a score of Level 1.



     Level 1 – Developing Writing                      Level 2 – Approaching Writing Standard           Level 3 – Proficient Writing/ At Standard                   Level 4 – Advanced Writing


BODY OF TEXT - Narrative                           BODY OF TEXT - Narrative                           BODY OF TEXT - Narrative                             BODY OF TEXT - Narrative

    Lacks introductory sentence that sets up         Limited introductory sentence that                 Introductory sentence that sets up the body           Engaging introductory sentence that sets
the body of the text.                              minimally sets up the body of the text and         of the text and addresses the topic.                 up the body of the text while addressing the
                                                   minimally addresses the topic.                                                                          topic.

    Lacks sentences that are complete.               Limited number of simple and compound            Most simple and compound sentences are              Simple and compound sentences are
                                                   sentences are complete.                            complete.                                            complete.

   Lacks a clear point of view, focus, and/or        Maintains an inconsistent point of view,           Maintains a mostly consistent point of view,       Maintains a consistent point of view,
organizational structure.                          focus, and/or organizational structure.            focus, and organizational structure, when writing    focus, and organizational structure, including
                                                                                                      a single paragraph.                                  paragraphing when appropriate.

    Lacks descriptive language and sensory           Includes limited descriptive language and          Includes some descriptive language and              Includes vivid descriptive language and
details that enable the reader to visualize the    sensory details that enable the reader to          sensory details that enable the reader to            sensory details that enable the reader to
events or experiences.                             visualize the events or experiences.               visualize the events or experiences.                 visualize the events or experiences.



     Lacks a sequence of events to relate             Provides a minimally developed sequence          Provides an adequately developed                    Provides a thoroughly developed
ideas, observations, and/or memories.              of events to relate ideas, observations, and/or    sequence of significant events to relate ideas,      sequence of significant events to relate ideas,
                                                   memories.                                          observations, and/or memories.                       observations, and/or memories.
    Lacks a closing sentence and writing ends
         abruptly.                                    Limited closing sentence that may close the           Closing sentence that closes the body of         Closing sentence that closes the body of
                                                   body of text.                                      text.                                                text and ties the body of text together.


           WRITING CONVENTIONS                               WRITING CONVENTIONS                                    WRITING CONVENTIONS                              WRITING CONVENTIONS

     Contains serious errors in the conventions       Contains several errors in the conventions        Contains some errors in the conventions of          Contains few, if any, errors in the
of the English language (grammar, punctuation,     of the English language (grammar, punctuation,     the English language (grammar, punctuation,          conventions of the English language
capitalization, and/or spelling). These errors     capitalization, and/or spelling). These errors     capitalization, and/or spelling). These errors do    (grammar, punctuation, capitalization, and/or
interfere with the reader’s understanding of the   may interfere with the reader’s understanding of   not interfere with the reader’s understanding of     spelling). These errors do not interfere with
writing.                                           the writing.                                       the writing.                                         the reader’s understanding of the writing.

								
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