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Composition: A B C Format Rubric
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Criteria4321Comments
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Answer the QuestionRestate the question with answer in a clearly stated sentence. Restate the question with answerUses a pronoun instead of noun (I think it means...)
Just answer the question; may be incomplete sentence or phrase.
Question is phrase with not restatement
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Back it up* Evidence: uses quote(s) from the text with quotation marks to support answer;
* Explains clearly several examples, evidence, events, details from the text to support answer.
* Uses specific nouns / verbs from the text (names/places/actions)
* Explains the importance of the evidence-- how it relates to the answer.
• Writes clearly explained examples.
* Uses specific transitions to clearly connect ideas from sentence to sentence.
* Cites the source of the evidence (book, url, page numbers/paragraph numbers)
* Evidence: quotes from the text the ideas that support your answer;
* Explains several examples, evidence, events, details from the text to support
answer. (Think and Search)
* Explains the importance of the evidence.
* Includes transitions to connect ideas from sentence to sentence.
* Uses specific nouns / verbs from the text (names/places/actions)
* Cites the source of the evidence.

* Only one or two pieces of evidence
* Includes few specific nouns / verbs from the text (names/places/actions)
* Sentences unclear--statements, not explanations.
* Only one or two transitions to connect ideas.
• May cite only one source, or none.
* Explanation not very clear.
* Not giving evidence or very little;
* Uses general terms (girl / friend /he, etc)
* Little use of transitions to connect ideas.
* Not citing the source
• Not quite explaining
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ConclusionFinal overall answer summarizes main idea answer to the question.
Uses complex sentences and transitions.
Final overall answer restates main idea answer to question with transtion.Provides a simple statement that may or may not summarize the main answer. May or may not restate; may or may not use a transition.May or may not restate; many or may not use a transtion.
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