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Name: _____________________ Memoir Writing Rubric

Indicators
Writing Process: using the appropriate steps of the writing process, including planning, drafting, peer reviewing, editing/ revising, and publishing The Writer Ideas: Central message and details which support that message What is my narrative? Is it focused, purposeful, and supported with details? 4.11 Develop main ideas and supporting details on a topic, story, or idea in a paragraph format. The Writer Organization: the internal structure of the piece Do I have a powerful hook? Have I used effective transitions? Does my narrative flow in a logical order? What will my resolution allow my reader to take away from the story? 3.5 Recognize and use organizational structures that allow audience to access and make meaning from a piece of writing. The Writer Voice: the tone and tenor of the piece Are my tone and mood clear? Do I have a clear point of view? Have I connected to my audience? Have I tried something new to create a voice in my writing? 4.12 Begin to create a voice as a writer that defines as piece of writing as theirs. 4.13 Produce pieces of text that display a specific mood. The Writer

Block: ________
Exemplary 100%
uses the writing process skillfully: planning, drafting, self and peer editing and revising, conferring

Proficient 88%

Developing 76%

Emerging 64%

follows steps of the writing process: planning, drafting, self and peer editing and revising, conferring focuses narrative by using setting, character development effectively develops an effective narrative through a big idea or theme provides effective details to enrich the narrative- shows, not tells creates a clear, identifiable narrative creates an appropriate hook uses appropriate transition words and sentences organizes a clear series of events creates a clear resolution

focuses an intricate narrative


by using setting, character development effectively

struggles with one or more steps of the writing process: planning, drafting, self/ peer editing and/or revising, conferring focuses a narrow or broad narrative by using setting, character development develops a basic narrative through a simple theme attempts to use details to improve the narrative; tells, not shows reveals a basic narrative creates a simple hook uses basic transition words and sentences organizes a basic series of events creates a basic resolution

needs to use the writing process logically: planning, drafting, editing and revising needs to focus on important ideas to create a narrative by using setting, character development should develop a theme for the narrative should give details about the narrative; neither shows nor tells needs to find a narrative needs to create a hook needs to use transition words and sentences needs to organize a series of events needs to have a conclusion

develops a creative and insightful narrative through a big idea or theme uses precise, evocative sensory details to enhance the narrative and reveal rich ideas creates a unique, original narrative creates a powerful, original hook uses highly effective transition words and sentences organizes interesting and intriguing series of events creates a natural and thoughtful resolution

establishes an intriguing tone takes risks to create a highly distinctive voice through interior monologue use dialogue to enhance the narrative

establishes a recognizable tone takes risks to create a voice through interior monologue Uses dialogue effectively

attempts to create a tone attempts to take risks to create a voice by using interior monologue attempt to use dialogue

needs to create a tone needs to use interior monologue to create a voice Dialogue not used