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RUBRIC

Introduction

Identificatio
n of
Character
Traits

Support for
topic /
Content

CHARACTER ANALYSIS CRITERIA


4

The introduction is
inviting, states the
main topic, thesis,
and previews the
structure of the
paper.

The introduction
clearly states the
main topic, thesis,
and preview the
structure but is not
particularly inviting
to the reader.

The introduction
states the main
topic and thesis
but does not
adequately
preview the
structure of the
paper nor is it
particularly
inviting.

There is no clear
introduction of
the main topic,
thesis, or
structure of the
paper.

Three character
traits are well
supported with
accurate
information from
the sources.

Two character
traits are well
supported with
accurate
information from
the sources.

Only one character


trait is adequately
supported with
information from
the sources.

No character
traits are
adequately
supported with
accurate
information from
sources.

Relevant, telling,
quality details give
the reader
important
information that
goes beyond the
obvious or
predictable.

Supporting details
and information
are relevant, but
one key issue is
unsupported.

Supporting details
and information
are relevant, but
several key issues
are unsupported.

Details are placed


in a logical order,
but the way in
which they are
presented makes
the writing less
interesting.

Some details are


not in a logical or
expected order,
and this distracts
the reader.

Many details are


not in a logical or
expected order.
There is little
sense that the
writing is
organized.

Vivid words and


phrases are used
that linger or draw
pictures in the
readers mind.
Placement of
words seems
accurate, natural
and not forced.

Vivid words and


phrases are used
that linger or draw
pictures in the
readers mind but
occasionally the
words miss used or
seem overdone.

Words that
communicate
clearly are used
but the writing
lacks variety,
punch or flair.

The vocabulary
does not
communicate
strongly or
capture the
readers interest.
Jargon or clichs
may be present.

Paragraph has no
errors in punctuation,
capitalization, and
spelling.

Paragraph has one


or two punctuation,
capitalization, and
spelling errors.

Paragraph has three


to five punctuation,
capitalization, and
spelling errors.

Paragraph has six


or more
punctuation,
capitalization, and
spelling errors.

Details are placed


in a logical order
and the way they
Sequencing /
are presented
Organization
effectively keeps
the interest of the
reader.

Word Choice

Mechanics
and
Grammar

Total Points:

Teacher Comments:

POINTS
1

Supporting details
and information
are typically
unclear or not
related to the
topic.

Self / Teacher