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OGT SCHEDULE             MONDAY, MARCH 10, 2014     Part 1 – Reading 12:41 p.m. - 3:25 p.m.              TUESDAY, MARCH 11, 2014     Part 2 – Math 12:41 p.m. - 3:25 p.m.              WEDNESDAY, MARCH 12, 2014     Part 3 – Writing 12:41 p.m. - 3:25 p.m.              THURSDAY, MARCH 13, 2014     Part 4 – Science 12:41 p.m. - 3:25 p.m.              FRIDAY, MARCH 14, 2014     Part 5 – Citizenship 12:41 p.m. - 3:25 p.m.
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Firestone High School Writing Rubric


6. A Superior piece of writing...
  • Addresses the topic directly.
  • Is effectively adapted to audience and purpose.
  • Is exceptionally developed, containing compelling ideas, examples, and details.
  • Uses a clearly evident organizational plan.
  • Actively engages the reader with a unified and coherent sequence and structure of ideas.
  • Consistently uses a variety of sentence structures, effective word choices, and an engaging style.
  • Is free of most errors in grammar, usage, and mechanics.

5. An Excellent piece of writing...
  • Addresses the topic directly.
  • Is clearly adapted to audience and purpose.
  • Is very well developed, containing strong ideas, examples, and details.
  • Uses an evident organizational plan.
  • Engages the reader with a unified and coherent sequence and structure of ideas.
  • Typically uses a variety of sentence structures, effective word choices, and an effective style.
  • Is generally free of errors in grammar, usage, and mechanics.

4. An Effective piece of writing...
  • Addresses the topic.
  • Is adapted to audience and purpose.
  • Is well developed, containing effective ideas, examples, and details.
  • Uses an acceptable overall plan.
  • Presents the reader with a generally unified and coherent sequence and structure of ideas.
  • Often uses a variety of sentence structures, appropriate word choices, and an effective style.
  • Has some errors in grammar, usage, and mechanics.

3. An Adequate piece of writing...
  • Addresses the topic generally.
  • Shows an awareness of audience and purpose.
  • Presents ideas, examples, and details are unevenly developed, repetitive, or occasionally inappropriate.
  • Is occasionally inconsistent in the overall plan.
  • Presents the reader with a generally unified and coherent sequence and structure of ideas.
  • Occasionally uses a variety of structures, appropriate word choices and a clear, readable style.
  • Contains an accumulation of errors in grammar, usage, and mechanics.

2. A Marginal piece of writing...
  • Attempts to address the topic.
  • Shows an inconsistent awareness of audience and purpose.
  • Presents ideas, examples, and details that are frequently repetitive, unevenly developed, or occasionally inappropriate.
  • Uses a limited organizational plan.
  • Does not present the reader with a generally unified and coherent sequence and structure of ideas.
  • Has noticeable lapses in sentence structure, use of appropriate word choices, and a clear, readable style.
  • Contains serious errors in grammar, usage, and mechanics that somewhat obscure meaning.

1. An Inadequate piece of writing...
  • Makes a weak attempt to address the topic.
  • Shows little or no awareness of audience or purpose.
  • Presents ideas that show little or no development or are limited to paraphrasing the prompt.
  • Presents little or no evidence of organizational structure.
  • Presents the reader with little or no development of ideas.
  • Has severe lapses in sentence structure, use of appropriate word choices, and a clear, readable style.
  • Contains pervasive errors in grammar, usage, and mechanics that persistently interfere with meaning.

0. This piece of writing cannot be scored. It is off task, illegible, not in English, or does not respond to the topic.

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