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30 Minute Narrative Challenge Writing Assessment Rubric 

 
TITLE OF WRITING BEING ASSESSED:​
 museum's voices ________________________________________________ 
 
Highlight where you believe your level of achievement is for each of the 7 assessment areas below: 
 

R3
Ideas

Structure
and
Language

Organisation

Writing has ​
many​
simple

ideas​
that are ​
related​
to
the topic
OR
Writing has ​
few ideas​
that
have ​
basic elaboration
(details)
Some​
structural and
language features (refer
writing rubric) are
appropriate to purpose

Ideas are ​
grouped​
and
sequenced​
and ​
writing
generally flows
Writing may be brief, but
makes sense

R4
Ideas are ​
relevant ​
and begin
to show m
​ore detail​
and

there is at least ​
one
elaborated idea
OR
Writing has ​
several
elaborated ideas
Structural and language
features (refer writing rubric)
are ​
appropriate to
purpose,​
and include more
detail
Writing shows an
understanding (control)
of ​
grouping and
sequencing​
of ideas, but
paragraphs ​
are​
not​
actually
used

R5

Ideas are d
​eliberately
selected​
,​
effective a
​nd
original​
, with d
​etailed
elaboration​
, and show
reflection on the wider
world

Structural and language
features (refer writing
rubric) are ​
appropriate to
purpose,​
include more
detail, ​
and are mostly
controlled (intentional)
Ideas are​
organised into

basic paragraphs

Structural and language
features (refer writing rubric)
are ​
appropriate to purpose,
include more ​
detail, a
​nd are
controlled ​
and e
​ffective

Sentence
Structure

Punctuation

Uses a ​
range of everyday
words and phrases​
with a
few precise words​
for
detail.
e.g. adjectives, adverbs
Beginning t​
o include a
variety​
of sentence types
(simple, compound,
complex)
Some​
correct use of
sentence punctuation (e.g.
full-stops, capital letters).
May attempt contractions
and commas

Uses ​
a variety of precise
words​
and phrases to a
​dd
information and/or
interest
e.g. similes, metaphors
Includes​
a variety of
correct​
sentence types
(simple, compound,
complex), and more ​
complex
sentences​
are used
Most​
sentence punctuation is
correct and some other
punctuation has been used
correctly (e.g. commas,
contractions)
OR
All sentence punctuation is
correct but no other
punctuation is used.

Spelling

Spells ​
a range​
of personal
and high-frequency words
correctly (eg school, where,
friend, outside, playing).
May​
attempt words with
more than two syllables.

Spells a ​
wide range​
of
personal and high-frequency
words correctly.
Attempt​
s difficult words.

Paragraphs s
​upport ​
the
development o
​f text
*R7 – paragraphs are
deliberately structured ​
to
direct the reader

Writing ​
makes sense

Vocabulary

R6

Ideas are ​
complex and
elaborated

Selects ​
appropriate w
​ords
and phrases ​
to enhance
meaning

Sentences have a variety in
structure, length and type,
and some ​
are
deliberately used for
effect
Sentence and other
punctuation (e.g. commas,
contractions) are correct
and ​
some complex
punctuation​
is
attempted​
(e.g. direct
speech, commas for phrases
and clauses)

Spells high-frequency
words and ​
some difficult
words​
correctly. (e.g.
weird, through)

Ideas ​
are linked effectively
within and across paragraphs
Precise words and phrases are
consistently used​
to enhance
meaning and are used for effect
e.g. academic/technical words
Sentences are deliberately
crafted to impact and
engage

Sentence and other
punctuation (e.g. commas,
contractions) are correct and
complex punctuation is
used correctly​
(e.g. direct
speech, commas for phrases
and clauses, hyphens, colons,
parentheses ). Punctuation
assists ​
meaning.
*R7 – Controlled use of
punctuation to ​
enhance
meaning with no errors.
Spells high-frequency words
and a ​
range of difficult
words​
correctly, with few or
no errors.

Self-Assessment and evaluation:
I think that my narrative was at level R5 because in my opinion i showed all the requirement.

Peer feedback and feed-forward:
I think you have done a great job at explaining the feelings around you, next time make it a bit shorter. - Aimee