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6+1 Writing Rubrics for Scoring of Writing
6+1 Writing Rubrics for Scoring of Writing

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Published by: polybius on Mar 07, 2007
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EXPOSITORY WRITINGIDEAS AND CONTENT FOCUSED CORRECTION RUBRIC
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The main idea(s) or thesis statement is clearly defined. ___ The writer is well-informed. Appropriate relevant informationand details are shared from a variety or sources including personalexperiences, observations, and prior knowledge. ___ The writer anticipates and responds to readers’ informationalneeds. ___ Supporting details are accurate, relevant, and helpful inclarifying the main idea(s). ___ Factual details are effectively used to support the focus and purpose of the paper.
 ___ The main idea can be identified. ___ The writer shares some relevant information,facts and experience. ___ The writer sometimes responds to the reader’informational needs. ___ The details strengthen the paper. ___ Factual details are sometimes used to enhance thefocus and purpose of the paper.
 ___ The main idea is not identifiable. ___ The writer shares some information, but it is limited or unclear. ___ The writer does not have the readers’ informational needs inmind. ___ Details are missing or repetitious. ___ Factual details are missing or repetitious.
Student Name:________________________________________________Title:________________________________________ Date:___________Ideas and Content
4
Points (Exceeds)
 
The paper is clear, focused, and purposeful. It thoughtfully explains the selected topic inunderstandable and comprehensive terms. Relevant details provide enrichment.
3
Points (Meets)
The paper addresses an identifiable topic byoffering the reader general basicinformation. Although the paper is clear and ocused, the development is limited and/or eneral.
2
Points (Partially Meets)
Writing displays some elements beyond a 1et does not reach the level of sophisticationof a 3.
1
Point (Does Not Meet)
The writer has not clarified the selected topic. The paper has no clear sense of urpose..
 
EXPOSITORY WRITINGORGANIZATION FOCUSED CORRECTION RUBRIC
 ___ Details seem to fit where they are placed; sequencing is logical,effective, and promotes the reader’s understanding. ___ An inviting introduction draws the reader in and a satisfyingconclusion leaves the reader with a sense of resolution. ___ Transitions are smooth and connect the information into acohesive whole. ___ Organization flows so smoothly the reader hardly thinks aboutit. The reader’s understanding of the topic grows throughout the paper. ___ Pacing is very well controlled. The writer delivers the rightamount of information and then moves on to the next relevant point.
 ___ Sequencing is usually logical. ___ The paper has a recognizable introduction andconclusion. ___ There are instances when connections betweenideas are unclear or call for inferences. ___ The organization does not seriously get in theway of the main point. ___ The writer lingers too long on some points andskims over other points.
 ___ Sequencing, if it exists, needs work. ___ The writer has not yet drafted an introduction or conclusion. ___ Connections between ideas are confusing or incomplete. ___ Lack of organization makes it hard for the reader to see how theideas link to each other or how they link to a main idea.
Student Name:________________________________________________Title:________________________________________ Date:___________ORGANIZATION
4
Points (Exceeds)
The organization enhances and showcasesthe central idea or theme. The order, structure, or presentation is compelling and moves the reader through the text.
3
Points (Meets)
The organizational structure is strong enough to move the reader from point tooint without undue confusion and isunctional.
2
Points (Partially Meets)
The organizational structure moves thereader from point to point, but at times isconfusing and the reader must reread forclarity.
1
Point (Does Not Meet)
The writing lacks a clear sense of direction. Ideas, details, or events seem strung togetherin a random, haphazard fashion or else thereis no identifiable structure at all 
 
EXPOSITORY WRITINGVOICE FOCUSED CORRECTION RUBRIC
 ___ The paper is honest and enthusiastic. It has the ring of conviction. ___ The language is natural yet thought-provoking. It brings thetopic to life. ___ The reader feels a strong sense of interaction with the writer andsenses the person behind the words. ___ The projected tone and voice give flavor to the writer’s messageand seem very appropriate for the purpose and the audience. ___ The reader is compelled to read on, regardless of previousknowledge or interest.
 ___ The writing is sincere and serious. Somemoments amuse, surprise, enlighten or move thereader. ___ Writer’s voice may emerge strongly on occasion. ___ The writer seems aware of an audience. ___ The reader is informed.
 ___ The writer does not seem to reach out to an audience, or makeuse of voice to connect with that audience. ___ The writer speaks in a kind of monotone that tends to flatten all potential highs and lows of the message. ___ The writing communicates on a functional level. ___ The writer is not yet sufficiently engaged or comfortable withthe topic. ___ The reader must work hard to pay attention or to get the neededinformation.
Student Name:________________________________________________Title:________________________________________ Date:___________VOICE
4
Points (Exceeds)
The writer speaks directly to the reader in away that is individualistic, expressive, and engaging. Clearly, the writer is involved inthe text and is writing for an audience.
3
Points (Meets)
The writer is sincere and engaged,committed, or involved. The result isleasant, personable, and effective.
2
Points (Partially Meets)
The writer seems sincere and somewhat engaged, committed or involved. The result is often pleasant and sometimes evenersonable, but short of compelling.
1
Point (Does Not Meet)
The writer seems indifferent, uninvolved, or distanced from the topic and/or the audience. s a result, the writing is flat, lifeless, or mechanical; depending on the topic. It maybe overly technical.

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