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Please input the scores into IO by the deadlines noted above If you need assistance. please contact me Access the input area under Input Edit Scores not Responses. either from the top menu or from one of the tiles on your Home page. Collaborative scoring provides a measure of calibration and ensures teachers are using. the rubric in the same way Using the rubric grade level colleagues independently and. silently read the student work to result in two scores for each student paper. Record the numerical scores for each student for the four or five areas on the rubric. The scoring rubric and evidence in the student work should always be the basis for the. score rather than the relative strength or weakness of a piece. Once two scores have been determined average the two for a final score in the four or. five categories according to the rubric and enter them into IO Please note IO will not. take a decimal score the final score must be a whole number If a student receives a 2. and 3 for a category the average is 3 not 2 5 Round up. If you need assistance with scores input or have any questions please contact me. GUSD Narrative Rubric Grade 6, Above Grade Level At Grade Level Approaching Grade Level Below Grade Level. Responds skillfully to all parts of Responds to all parts of the Responds to most parts of the Responds to some or no parts. Purpose the prompt prompt prompt of the prompt, CCSS Purposefully engages and orients Engages and orients the reader Might engage or orient the Fails to engage or orient the. W 3a the reader by skillfully establishing by establishing a context and reader by establishing a reader by establishing a context. W 4 a vivid context and introducing introducing characters and or a context and introducing and does not introduce. characters and or a narrator narrator characters and or a narrator characters and or a narrator. Organizes a well structured event Organizes a clear event Organizes an event sequence Event sequence unfolds. Organization sequence that unfolds logically and sequence that unfolds logically that unfolds naturally but may unnaturally and or illogically. naturally and naturally not be logical, CCSS Skillfully connects a variety of Use a variety of transition Uses transition words phrases Uses few to no transition. W 3a transitional words phrases and words phrases and clauses to and or clauses to convey words phrases and or clauses. W 3c clauses to manage the sequence of convey sequence and signal sequence to convey sequence. W 3e events shifts, W 4 Provides a conclusion that clearly Provide a conclusion that Provides a conclusion that is Provides no conclusion or one. follows and reflects on the narrated follows from the narrated connected to the narrated that is not connected to the. experiences or events experiences or events experiences or events narrated experiences or events. Creatively uses narrative Uses narrative techniques Uses some limited narrative Uses few or no narrative. Elaboration techniques such as dialogue such as dialogue pacing and techniques such as dialogue techniques. Details pacing and description to develop description to develop pacing and description to. experiences events and or experiences events and or develop experiences events. CCSS characters characters and or characters, W 3b Sophisticated use of precise words Use precise words and phrases Attempts to use concrete Fails to use concrete words or.
W 3d and phrases relevant descriptive relevant descriptive details words or phrases descriptive sensory details Descriptive. details and sensory language to and sensory language to details and sensory language details if present are not. convey rich experiences and events convey experiences and events concrete. Uses purposeful and varied sentence Uses correct and varied sentence Uses some repetitive yet correct Does not demonstrate sentence. Language structures structures sentence structure mastery. Demonstrates creativity and Demonstrates grade level Demonstrates some grade level Demonstrates limited. CCSS flexibility when using conventions appropriate conventions errors appropriate conventions but understanding of grade level. L 1 grammar punctuation capitalization are minor and do not obscure errors obscure meaning appropriate conventions and. L 2 and spelling enhance meaning meaning errors interfere with the meaning. Utilizes precise and sophisticated Utilizes strong and grade level Utilizes vague or basic word Utilizes incorrect and or. word choice appropriate word choice choice simplistic word choice. CCSS Common Core State Standards alignment W Writing strand L Language strand. Adapted from Elk Grove Unified School District, CA Common Core State Standards CCSS Alignment. NOTES In the left criterion boxes of the rubric the CCSS aligned standards have been identified As a resource for teachers below are the standards for the current grade 5th as. well as the preceding and subsequent grade Since the rubric score of 4 represents above grade level work the 6th grade standards were referenced. The letter abbreviations are as follows CCSS Common Core State Standards W Writing L Language. Strand 5th 6th 7th, 3 Write narratives to develop real or 3 Write narratives to develop real or imagined 3 Write narratives to develop real or imagined. imagined experiences or events using experiences or events using effective technique experiences or events using effective technique. effective technique descriptive details relevant descriptive details and well structured relevant descriptive details and well structured. and clear event sequences event sequences event sequences. a Orient the reader by establishing a a Engage and orient the reader by establishing a a Engage and orient the reader by establishing a. situation and introducing a narrator context and introducing a narrator and or context and point of view and introducing a. and or characters organize an event characters organize an event sequence that narrator and or characters organize an event. sequence that unfolds naturally unfolds naturally and logically sequence that unfolds naturally and logically. b Use narrative techniques such as dialogue, b Use narrative techniques such as b Use narrative techniques such as dialogue. pacing and description to develop experiences, dialogue description and pacing to pacing and description to develop. events and or characters, develop experiences and events or experiences events and or characters c Use a variety of transition words phrases and.
show the responses of characters to c Use a variety of transition words phrases clauses to convey sequence signal shifts from. situations and clauses to convey sequence and signal one time frame or setting to another. Writing c Use a variety of transitional words shifts from one time frame or setting to d Use precise words and phrases relevant. phrases and clauses to manage the another descriptive details and sensory language to. sequence of events d Use precise words and phrases relevant capture the action and convey experiences and. d Use concrete words and phrases and descriptive details and sensory language to events. sensory details to convey experiences convey experiences and events e Provide a conclusion that follows from and. and events precisely e Provide a conclusion that follows from the reflects on the narrated experiences or events. e Provide a conclusion that follows from narrated experiences or events. the narrated experiences or events, 4 Produce clear and coherent writing 4 Produce clear and coherent writing including 4 Produce clear and coherent writing in which the. including multi paragraph texts in multi paragraph texts in which the development development organization and style are. which the development and organization organization and style are appropriate to task appropriate to task purpose and audience. are appropriate to task purpose and purpose and audience. 1 Demonstrate command of the conventions 1 Demonstrate command of the conventions of 1 Demonstrate command of the conventions of. of standard English grammar and usage standard English grammar and usage when writing standard English grammar and usage when writing. when writing or speaking or speaking or speaking, 2 Demonstrate command of the conventions 2 Demonstrate command of the conventions of 2 Demonstrate command of the conventions of. of standard English capitalization standard English capitalization punctuation and standard English capitalization punctuation and. punctuation and spelling when writing spelling when writing spelling when writing. Adapted from Elk Grove Unified School District, GUSD Opinion Argument Rubric Grade 6. Above Grade Level At Grade Level Approaching Grade Level Below Grade Level. Purpose Responds skillfully to all parts of the Responds to all parts of the Responds to most parts of the Responds to some or no parts. CCSS prompt prompt prompt of the prompt, W 1a States an argument claim opinion States an argument claim States an argument claim Does not state an opinion. W 1b that demonstrates an insightful opinion that demonstrates an opinion that demonstrates and or demonstrates little to. W 4 understanding of topic text understanding of topic text limited understanding of no understanding of. topic text topic text, Organizes ideas and information into Organizes ideas and Organizes ideas and information Does not organize ideas and.
Organization purposeful coherent paragraphs that information into logical in an attempted paragraph information coherently due to. include an elaborated introduction introductory body and structure that includes a sense of lack of paragraph structure. CCSS with clear thesis structured body concluding paragraphs introduction body and and or a missing introduction. W 1a and insightful conclusion conclusion body or conclusion. W 1c Uses a variety of linking words Uses linking words phrases Uses some linking words Uses no linking words. W 1d phrases and clauses skillfully to and clauses appropriately to phrases or clauses to connect phrases or clauses. W 4 connect reasons to argument connect reasons to argument reasons to argument. claim opinion claim opinion claim opinion but simplistically. Supports opinion skillfully with Supports opinion with Supports opinion with limited Does not support opinion. Evidence substantial and relevant evidence sufficient and relevant and or superficial evidence with evidence and or. Elaboration evidence evidence is irrelevant or, inaccurate. CCSS Provides insightful Provides clear Provides some Provides no or inaccurate. RIT 1 explanation analysis of how explanation analysis of how explanation analysis of how explanation analysis of how. W 1b evidence supports claim s evidence supports claim s evidence supports claim s evidence supports claim s. Uses purposeful and varied sentence Uses correct and varied Uses some repetitive yet correct Does not demonstrate. Language structures sentence structures sentence structure sentence mastery. Demonstrates creativity and Demonstrates grade level Demonstrates some grade level Demonstrates limited. CCSS flexibility when using conventions appropriate conventions errors appropriate conventions but understanding of grade level. L 1 grammar punctuation are minor and do not obscure errors obscure meaning appropriate conventions and. L 2 capitalization and spelling enhance meaning errors interfere with the. meaning meaning, Uses precise and sophisticated Uses academic and domain Uses limited academic and or Uses no academic or. academic and domain specific specific vocabulary domain specific vocabulary for domain specific vocabulary. vocabulary appropriate for the appropriate for the audience the audience and purpose. audience and purpose and purpose, CCSS Common Core State Standards alignment W Writing strand RIT Reading Informational Text L Language strand. Adapted from Elk Grove Unified School District, CA Common Core State Standards CCSS Alignment. NOTES In the left criterion boxes of the rubric the CCSS aligned standards have been identified As a resource for teachers below are the standards for the current grade 5th as. well as the preceding and subsequent grade Since the rubric score of 4 represents above grade level work the 6th grade standards were referenced. The letter abbreviations are as follows CCSS Common Core State Standards W Writing RIT Reading Informational Text L Language. Strand 5th 6th 7th, 1 Write opinion pieces on topics or texts 1 Write arguments to support claims with clear reasons 1 Write arguments to support claims with clear.
supporting a point of view with reasons and and relevant evidence reasons and relevant evidence. information a Introduce claim s and organize the reasons and a Introduce claim s and organize the reasons. a Introduce a topic or text clearly state an evidence clearly and evidence logically. opinion and create an organizational b Support claim s with clear reasons and relevant b Support claim s with logical reasons and. structure in which ideas are logically evidence using credible sources and relevant evidence using credible sources and. grouped to support the writer s purpose demonstrating an understanding of the topic or demonstrating an understanding of the topic or. b Provide logically ordered reasons that text text. are supported by facts and details c Use words phrases and clauses to clarify the c Use words phrases and clauses to create. c Link opinion and reasons using words relationships among claims s and reasons cohesion and clarify the relationships among. 2017 2018 BENCHMARK WRITING ASSESSMENTS 6TH GRADE Dear Teachers Enclosed you will find documents for the three Benchmark Writing assessments in the order in which they are to be administered The Assessment Timeline is as follows Assessment Timeline Benchmark Writing Assessment 1 10 23 11 10 Entered in IO EADMS 11 10

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