Sie sind auf Seite 1von 2

Narrative (Moment) Writing Rubric 5.W.

3 Write narratives to develop real or imagined experiences or events using effective techniques descriptive details and clear event sequences. #tud !eac !as" #trong (M$) Refining (%$) Rudimentar& (W')
ent her

5.W.3a ( have a moment that has a (establis purpose and is clearl& sho)n ha through the narrative. situation ) ( used different narrative 5.W.3b techniques to ma"e the stor& (narrativ interesting bring characters to e life and help the reader techniqu visuali*e important parts of es) the stor&. ,vents unfold naturall&- the plot is strong focuses on a "e& 5.W.3c conflict problem or challenge (sequen to be resolved. ce of ( used different transitions to events) connect events and move the narrative along. ( used concrete )ords phrases details and sensor& language that give the )riting energ& and brings the narrative to life.

( have a moment that has a purpose and is starting to build. ( used narrative techniques but a variet& of )ell+chosen ones )ould add interest to the stor& and add life to the characters (more sho) not tell). ,vents unfold naturall&- but the plot needs a tighter connection to the conflict problem or challenge to be resolved. ( used appropriate transitions connect events and move the narrative along. ( used concrete )ords phrases details and sensor& language in parts of the )riting. $arts of the )riting are brought to life )ith good )ord choice and other parts are difficult to understand or visuali*e. !he conclusion )raps the ideas up and follo)s the events presented.

( have a stor& but its purpose is not clear.

( used fe) narrative techniques. !he )riting does not have enough details to clearl& visuali*e the action and characters. ,vents move slo)l& out of order or are hard to follo)there is a hint of the conflict problem or challenge in the plot. 'asic transitions connect parts of the narrative. M& choice of )ords is limited to general functional or vague language- )ea" )ord choice dulls the )riting and clouds its meaning.

5.W.3d ()ord choice)

5.W..e (conclus ion)

!he conclusion ties all events together )ith a satisf&ing or understandable solution to the situation problem or challenge.

!he narrative has an ending but the reader is left )ith some questions about ho) the conflict problem or challenge is resolved.

( consistentl& use correct spelling grammar and punctuations. M& narrative is (grammar eas& to read ad the )riting flo)s. 2t times ( m& tr& to capitali*at include more complex ion conventions. spelling
and punctuati on)

!as" 5.0.1 and 5.0..

#trong (M$)

/onventions Refining (%$)

Rudimentar& (W')

#tud ent

!eac her

( have minimal errors )ith ( have man& errors )ith spelling grammar and spelling grammar and punctuations and the errors do punctuations that distract the not distract the reader. M& reader and ma"e m& narrative narrative is eas& to read. difficult to read.

Reflection3

Verwandte Interessen