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									                       Grade 6 - Fictional or Autobiographical Narrative Writing Rubric 1-4

         4 The writing—                       3 The writing—                     2 The writing—                        1 The writing—
•clearly addresses all parts of      •addresses all parts of the        •addresses only parts of the          •addresses only one part of the
the writing task.                    writing task.                      writing task.                         writing task.
•demonstrates a clear                •demonstrates a general            •demonstrates little                  •demonstrates no understanding
understanding of purpose and         understanding of purpose and       understanding of purpose and          of purpose and audience.
audience.                            audience.                          audience.
•maintains a consistent point of     •maintains a mostly consistent     •inconsistent point of view, focus,   •lacks a point of view, focus,
view, focus, and organizational      point of view, focus, and          and/or organizational structure,      organizational structure, and
structure, including the effective   organizational structure,          ineffective/awkward transitions       transitions that unify important
use of transitions.                  including the effective use of     that don’t unify important ideas.     ideas.
                                     some transitions.
•includes a clearly presented        •presents a central idea with      •suggests a central idea with         •lacks a central idea but may
central idea with relevant facts,    mostly relevant facts, details,    limited facts, details, and/or        contain marginally related facts,
details, and/or explanations.        and/or explanations.               explanations.                         details, and/or explanations.
•includes a variety of sentence      •includes a variety of sentence    • little variety in sentence types.   •includes no sentence variety.
types.                               types.
•contains few, if any, errors in     •contains some errors in the       •contains several errors in the       •contains serious errors in the
the conventions of the English       conventions of the English         conventions of the English            conventions of the English
language (grammar, punctuation,      language (grammar, punctuation,    language (grammar, punctuation,       language (grammar, punctuation,
capitalization, spelling). These     capitalization, spelling). These   capitalization, spelling). These      capitalization, spelling). These
errors do not interfere with the     errors do not interfere with the   errors may interfere with the         errors interfere with the
reader’s understanding of the        reader’s understanding of the      reader’s understanding of the         reader’s understanding of the
writing.                             writing.                           writing.                              writing.
Fictional or autobiographical        Fictional or autobiographical      Fictional or autobiographical         Fictional or autobiographical
narrative writing—                   narrative writing—                 narrative writing—                    narrative writing—
•provides a thoroughly developed     •provides an adequately            •provides a minimally developed       •lacks a developed plot line.
plot line, including major and       developed plot line, including     plot line, including characters and   •fails to use strategies (e.g.,
minor characters and a definite      major and minor characters and a   setting.                              dialogue; suspense; narrative
setting.                             definite setting.                  •attempts to use strategies but       action).
•includes appropriate strategies     •includes appropriate strategies   with minimal effectiveness (e.g.,
(e.g., dialogue; suspense;           (e.g., dialogue; suspense;         dialogue; suspense; narrative
narrative action).                   narrative action).                 action).

								
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