Sunday, January 30, 2011

Writing Rubrics

I love making rubrics for things! Here are a few rubrics I've used for writing assignments. They are pretty standard, but helpful none the less. :)


If you love rubrics and would like more (as in way more), click on the pictures below to read more about my writing rubrics mega pack and reading rubrics mega pack.





17 comments:

  1. I really love this! I can't get the download to work! Can you email it to me!?? whaththeteacherwants@gmail.com

    Thanks!!!!
    -Rachelle
    www.whattheteacherwants.blogspot.com

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  2. Do use this same rubric for text based writing as well? My team and I are trying to find something to use for our informational writing piece.

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  3. Thank you so much! We love your first grade rubrics!!!
    1st Grade Teacher in Texas

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  4. Rubrics are the hot topic in my county this year. I would be interested in other rubrics you may have created. Have you sold any packets with rubrics for math/science/reading?
    tab wolowicz

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  5. Thank you Thank you Thank you!
    Mindy

    http://iintegratetechnology.blogspot.com/

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  6. Wow Sarah! Your First Grade Writing Rubrics are A-Mazing! Can't wait to hop over to TPT and purchase your unit! I am excited to be your newest follower!

    Julie

    Ms. Marciniak's First Grade Critter Cafe

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  7. I love this! Can you email to me please? Contdys@aol.com

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  8. My school writes a descriptor instead of a number ... time consuming at first but it helps all teachers to have the same expectations. Great work!

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  9. I love the rubrics. Just curious about the ratings (S, E, and N). Thanks so much! :)

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  11. When I print them, they come out either tiny or blurry. :(

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