Name:

Date:

  • Revise and Resubmit
  • Plagiarism        
  • Insufficient

Task:

Block:

Outcome

Exemplary

Proficient

Approaching

Not Yet

1. Achieve Purpose

  • Plan and clearly show what you’re trying to say, throughout your writing piece. 
  • Plan and evoke intended reaction(s) from a specific audience.

  • Plan and clearly show what you’re trying to say.
  • Plan and evoke reaction(s) from a specific audience.

  • Plan and begin to show what you’re trying to say.
  • Plan and evoke a reaction(s) from a general audience.

Feedback

2. Study Genre 

  • Select a genre that completely achieves purpose and reaches the intended audience.
  • Identify and describe rules and writing strategies or literary devices in multiple, varied, relevant mentor texts.
  • Select a genre that mostly achieves purpose and reaches the intended audience.
  • Identify and describe rules and writing strategies or literary devices in multiple, relevant mentor texts.

  • Select a genre that vaguely achieves purpose and reaches the intended audience.
  • Identify and describe rules and writing strategies or literary devices in one relevant mentor text.

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3. Investigate

  • Acquire and combine new, relevant information from a variety of reliable, authoritative sources to continue the flow of ideas.
  • Follow all rules for MLA works cited and in-text citations appropriate to genre.  

  • Acquire and include new, relevant information from multiple, reliable and authoritative sources.  
  • Follow most rules for MLA works cited and in-text citations appropriate to genre.
  • Acquire and include new information from a single reliable and authoritative source.
  • Follow some rules for MLA works cited and in-text citations appropriate to genre.    

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4. Persevere

  • Write routinely to develop multiple, complete drafts that successfully revise for organization, writing strategies and content.
  • Acquire and combine new, relevant feedback from conferences, whole class shares, table shares and outside sources that continue the flow of ideas.
  • Write routinely to develop multiple, complete drafts that revise for organization, writing strategies and content.
  • Acquire and include relevant feedback from conferences, table shares and whole class shares.
  • Write over shorter time frames to develop multiple, complete drafts that attempt to revise for organization, writing strategies or content.
  • Acquire and include feedback from conferences, table shares and whole class shares..

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5. Be Exact

  • Always use correct capitalization, punctuation, and spellings.
  • Submit a complete and typed piece with an engaging presentation appropriate to the genre.   
  • Use correct capitalization, punctuation, and spelling with minimal errors.
  • Submit a complete and typed piece with a presentation appropriate to the genre.
  • Begin to use capitalization, punctuation, and spelling in writing correctly.
  • Submit a piece that is in progress and/or handwritten.

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6. Communicate

  • Fulfill all rules and experiment with other genres.
  • Utilize many writing strategies and/or literary devices.
  • Connect all ideas throughout the piece to support your purpose.
  • Fulfill all rules of genre.
  • Utilize writing strategies and/or literary devices appropriate to genre.
  • Connect most ideas throughout the piece.
  • Fulfill some rules of genre.
  • Utilize writing strategies and/or literary devices.
  • Connect some ideas in a piece.

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7. Write Fluently

CBM 

Write routinely, growing more than 5% from average on your CBM (247 words or more).

  • Write over long and short periods of time, growing 3 to 4% from average on your CBM (203-246 words)
  • Write over short periods of time, growing 1 to 2% from average on your CBM (145-202 words).