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Up on Mount Olympus

About this Daily Classroom Special:
This worksheet is part of the Daily Classroom Special Up on Mount Olympus—A Study of Greek Mythology by Lisa Kihn

GREEK NEWSPAPER ASSESSMENT RUBRICS


Content and Organization

5

Used the correct newspaper format

Included all of the required items

Project was completed on time

3

Layout is not in the newspaper format

One of the required items is missing

Project is one day late


1

Layout is unclear to the reader

Missing more than one item

Project is more than a day late



Conventions

5

Punctuation is smooth and guides the reader through the text

Paragraphs clearly state ideas and include topic sentences and supporting details

Spelling is correct

Conventions may be manipulated, particularly grammar, for stylistic effect

The text is long enough and complex enough to engage the reader


3

Paragraphs sometimes run together or begin in the wrong place

Text is too simple or too short for the reader to fully enjoy the piece

Some errors seem to reflect hasty editing


1

Numerous errors in usage, sentence structure, spelling or punctuation distract the reader

Extensive editing would be required before publishing this piece

 

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