Assessing and Teaching Reading Composition and Writing, 3-5, by K. Michael Hibbard, Elizabeth Wagner

By K. Michael Hibbard, Elizabeth Wagner

The functionality projects during this e-book are associated on to educational techniques and contain holistic rubrics, analytic rubrics, and evaluation lists. they are often photocopied and dispensed on your scholars. integrated during this sequence are ninety eight functionality initiatives, 196 review lists, 18 holistic rubrics, 30 analytic rubrics, and 88 picture organizers.

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The choice of words adds depth to the writing and engages the audience. Words are accurate but may not be interesting. Words are inaccurate and/or plain. Mechanics No errors. A small number of very minor errors do not distract the reader. There are sufficient errors to distract the reader. There are so many errors that the writing is difficult to read. Citations All sources are properly cited according to MLA style. All sources are cited and any errors in using the MLA style are minor. All sources are cited but there are major mistakes in using the MLA style guide.

No clear problem is presented. The title may be missing. Character Two or more characters are so well developed that the reader feels he knows them. Many interesting and accurate supporting details add richness to the story and engage the reader. One character is developed so well that the reader feels he knows that character. Enough accurate supporting details are used to provide some substance to the story. One character is presented but not well developed. Only a few supporting details are used.

Processing Information Did I organize the information for my story into a storyboard? Did I draw pictures of the main characters to help me get ready to write my story? Did I draw a picture of the setting to help me get ready to write the story? Revising and Editing Did I get feedback on my ideas and make revisions? Supporting Details Did I give details about the problem? Did I give details about the action in the story? Did I give details about the main character? Did I give details about the other characters?

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