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30 Minute Narrative Challenge Writing Assessment Rubric

TITLE OF WRITING BEING ASSESSED: MASKED


Ideas

Structure
and
Language

Organisation

Vocabulary

Sentence
Structure

Punctuation

Spelling

R3
Writing has
many simple
ideas that are
related to the
topic

R4
Ideas are relevant and
begin to show more
detail and there is at
least one elaborated
idea

R5
Ideas are complex and
elaborated

R6
Ideas are deliberately
selected, effective and
original, with detailed
elaboration , and show
reflection on the wider
world

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

OR
Writing has several
elaborated ideas

Structural and language


features (refer writing
rubric) are appropriate
to purpose, and include
more detail

Structural and language


features (refer writing
rubric) are appropriate
to purpose, include
more detail, and are
mostly controlled
(intentional)

Structural and language


features (refer writing
rubric) are appropriate
to purpose, include more
detail, and are
controlled and effective

Ideas are
grouped and
sequenced and
writing
generally
flows

Writing shows an
understanding
(control) of grouping
and sequencing of
ideas, but paragraphs
are not actually used

Ideas are organised into


basic paragraphs

Paragraphs support the


development of text

Writing may be
brief, but makes
sense
Uses a range of
everyday
words and
phrases with a
few precise
words for detail.
e.g. adjectives,
adverbs
Beginning to
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

Writing makes sense

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

Spells a wide range of


personal and highfrequency words correctly.
Attempts difficult words.

*R7 paragraphs are


deliberately structured
to direct the reader
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

Uses a variety of
precise words and
phrases to add
information and/or
interest
e.g. similes, metaphors

Selects appropriate
words and phrases to
enhance meaning

Includes a variety of
correct sentence types
(simple, compound,
complex), and more
complex sentences are
used

Sentences have a variety


in structure, length and
type, and some are
deliberately used for
effect

Sentences are deliberately


crafted to impact and
engage

Most sentence
punctuation is correct and
some other punctuation
has been used correctly
(e.g. commas,
contractions)

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)

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.

OR
All sentence punctuation
is correct but no other
punctuation is used.

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

syllables.
Self-Assessment and evaluation:
I believe I have wrote as well as I can in 30 minutes next time is should take more time to edit and focus on Punctuation and spelling.
Peer feedback and feed-forward:
I love the ending because it leaves the audience hanging. Its got a nice storyline too. Next time, she could pay more attention to the punctuation. It
was an amazing story though. :)