Conventions Rubric For All Types Of Writing

PROFICIENT

NON-PROFICIENT

4 - Advanced

3 - Adequate

2- Partial

1 - Limited

• Demonstrates a

• Demonstrates

• Demonstrates

• Demonstrates

command of

general evidence

some evidence of

limited/little

usage while using

of control of

control of

control of usage;

a variety of

common usage.

common usage.

or the piece may

complex ideas

Writer has control

be so limited that

and/or sentence

of sentence

• Contains several

there is little on

structures.

boundaries.

errors in the

which to base

conventions of the

judgment.

• May contain few, if

• Contains some

English language

any, errors in the

errors or more

(grammar,

• Contains serious

conventions of the

than one kind of

punctuation,

errors in the

English language

error in the

capitalization,

conventions of the

(grammar, punctu

conventions of

spelling).

English language

ation, capitaliza-

English language

(grammar,

tion, spelling).

(grammar,

• These errors may

punctuation,

punctuation,

interfere with the

capitalization,

• These errors do

capitalization,

reader's under

spelling).

not interfere with

spelling).

standing of the

the reader's

writing, but most

• These errors

understanding of

• These errors do

of the essay can

interfere with the

the writing or the

not interfere with

be read with

reader's under

effectiveness of the

the reader's

comprehension of

standing of the

writing style.

understanding of

the writer's intent.

writing and may

the writing, and

be unintelligible.

• Errors may be due

the essay may be

• Sentences are all

to risk taking as

read with relative

or mostly simple

• Demonstrates

student attempts

ease and few

construction.

little awareness

sophisticated

distractions.

of sentence

grammatical

structure beyond

structures.

• Some attempt at

simple sentences.

complex sentence

structure may

cause minor

errors in the

conventions of

English language.

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