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University of Puerto Rico at Bayamn

2016-2017 First Semester


English-3201-LP1
Prof. Davieliz Villafae Coln
Individual Paragraph Practice Rubric
Students Name: ___________________________________ Student Number: ______________
COMPONENTS

RANGE

Punctuality

Commitment to
Instructions

Title Page

DESCRIPTION

10

The work was submitted on time and in presentable


form (binding with staples, clips, or other materials).

The work was submitted on time but not in presentable


form. In other words, the binding of the written work
had not been finalized by the time of submission.

The work was not submitted on time (whether it was


presentable or not).

10

EXCELLENT TO VERY GOOD:


The written work showed commitment to
instructions as presented and discussed in class.

GOOD:
Many instructions were followed, but there were
some that were not.

FAIR TO POOR:
Some instructions were followed, but there was a
considerable amount of them that were not.

VERY POOR:
Few or no instructions were followed.

10

EXCELLENT TO VERY GOOD:


The title page followed the APA style.

GOOD:
The title page followed some aspects of the APA
style.

FAIR TO POOR:
The title page barely followed the APA style.

VERY POOR:
The title page did not comply with the APA style.
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University of Puerto Rico at Bayamn


2016-2017 First Semester
English-3201-LP1
Prof. Davieliz Villafae Coln
Individual Paragraph Practice Rubric
COMPONENTS
Handwritten
Activities

RANGE
20

12

10

10

0
Peer Editing
Evaluation

16

14

2
First Keyboarded
Draft

18

DESCRIPTION

10

EXCELLENT TO VERY GOOD:


Activities 13 to 16 from the textbook were
completed and signed by the professor as evidence.
GOOD:
Activities 13 to 16 from the textbook were
completed but did not show the professors
signature on the specified date for revisions.
FAIR TO POOR:
Some of the assigned activities were missing either
with the professors signature or without it.
VERY POOR:
All of the assigned activities and the professors
signature were missing.
EXCELLENT TO VERY GOOD:
A copy of the first keyboarded draft was included
and showed great improvement from the
handwritten activity to this draft.
GOOD:
A copy of the first keyboarded draft was included
and showed some improvement from the
handwritten activity to this draft.
FAIR TO POOR:
A copy of the first keyboarded draft was included
but showed little to no improvement from the
handwritten activity to this draft.
VERY POOR:
The first keyboarded draft was not included.
The group included all the peer evaluations done to the
first keyboarded draft. In addition, each member of the
group became a peer evaluator for the rest of the
groups.

University of Puerto Rico at Bayamn


2016-2017 First Semester
English-3201-LP1
Prof. Davieliz Villafae Coln
Individual Paragraph Practice Rubric
COMPONENTS

RANGE

Peer Editing
Evaluation
(Continuation)

DESCRIPTION
The group included some of the peer evaluations done
to the first keyboarded draft, or evidence of each
members contribution to evaluate other groups
paragraphs was missing.

Writing Room

The group did not include any type of peer editing


evaluation.

Both the paper slip provided by a tutor from the Writing


Room and the draft that he/she corrected were included.
One of the evidence documents provided by or taken to
the Writing Room was missing, or none of the
documents that evidenced having received service from
the Writing Room was included.

Final Keyboarded
Draft

Heading
5

The MLA style was applied as instructed in class.

The MLA style was not applied adequately.


Topic Sentence

EXCELLENT TO GOOD:
The topic sentence appeared as the first sentence of
the paragraph, including indention.
The topic sentence showed a main subject and a
controlling idea (paying close attention to the
controlling idea questions).
The topic sentence was clear and focused on one idea
only.

FAIR TO POOR:
The topic sentence did not appear as the first sentence
of the paragraph, and no indention was visible.
The topic sentence showed problems with the main
subject and controlling idea.
The topic sentence was unclear and did not focus on
one idea only.
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University of Puerto Rico at Bayamn


2016-2017 First Semester
English-3201-LP1
Prof. Davieliz Villafae Coln
Individual Paragraph Practice Rubric
COMPONENTS
Final Keyboarded
Draft (Continuation)

RANGE

DESCRIPTION
Supporting Detail Sentences

EXCELLENT TO GOOD:
A minimum of 3 supporting detail sentences
appeared right after the topic sentence.
Each supporting detail sentence was directly
connected to the controlling idea of the topic
sentence.
Transitions were used to make each supporting idea
flow accordingly throughout the entire paragraph.
The repetition of terms was kept to a minimum.

FAIR TO POOR:
Some or all of the supporting detail sentences had
nothing to do with the topic sentence.
Transitions were not used, and they were necessary to
connect each supporting idea.
The repetition of terms was overused.
Concluding Sentence

EXCELLENT TO GOOD:
The concluding sentence appeared as the last
sentence of the paragraph.
The concluding sentence showed a direct connection
to the topic sentence without repeating the latters
main subject and controlling idea.
The concluding sentence was clear and demonstrated
that the paragraph had come to an end.

FAIR TO POOR:
The concluding sentence did not appear at the end of
the paragraph.
The concluding sentence did not show a direct
connection to the topic sentence or was simply
missing.
The concluding sentence was unclear and did not
demonstrate that the paragraph had come to an end.

University of Puerto Rico at Bayamn


2016-2017 First Semester
English-3201-LP1
Prof. Davieliz Villafae Coln
Individual Paragraph Practice Rubric
COMPONENTS
Final Keyboarded
Draft (Continuation)

Total Score

RANGE

DESCRIPTION
Grammar, Punctuation, and Spelling

EXCELLENT TO GOOD:
The paragraph showed good use of grammar
conventions, punctuation, and spelling in general.

FAIR TO POOR:
The paragraph showed problems with grammar
conventions, punctuation, and spelling from
beginning to end.

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