Most sentences are clear, concise, and well written. Keep in mind who will be reading your story. The article contains many spelling errors.
Tell the learners that people read newspapers differently than they read other forms of written material. Be sure the facts are correct. The article is written in no logical order. Many details are included.
The article contains only 1 or 2 grammatical errors. The article mostly contains short paragraphs that flow together. The teacher may also use the Newspaper Article Editing Rubric to evaluate the articles and give feedback and grades.
The article contains many spelling errors. The article contains only 1 or 2 spelling errors. The article is free of opinions and has a headline.
Discuss these issues evaluating the effects of individual actions on other people, the rule of law and ethical behavior. Fair The article contains few sentences that are unclear to the reader. Many active words are used.
The article contains few spelling errors. The article contains five components of a news story who, what, when, where, why, and how. Have each group take less than two minutes to describe the contents of their paper.
Share with the learners the following helpful hints for preparing and writing a quality article: Good The article is clear and concise.
Give each group a copy of a different newspaper, preferably one national, one state, and one regional or school newspaper.News Article Rubric for Middle or High School Students.
written by: Trent Lorcher • edited by: SForsyth • updated: 5/2/ End the grading hassle with this easy-to-use news article rubric.
Students may also find this article helpful in coming up with ideas and perfecting the news-writing style. slide 2 of 5 "A" Article. Writer uses words that communicate clearly, but the writing lacks variety, punch or flair. Writer uses a limited vocabulary that does not communicate strongly or capture the reader's interest.
Lead The lead is inviting and draws the reader into the article. This rubric outlines specific expectations about writing a newspaper article assignment.
Grading rubrics can be of great benefit to both you and your students. For you, a rubric saves time and decreases subjectivity.4/5(5). This rubric is to be used to assess a student's final copy of an newspaper article that must address the five W's.
The article contains all 5 W's: who, what, where, when, and why/how. The facts are complete and correct. The article contains a lead but it is not interesting and/or has simple.
Evaluation Rubric for Written Summaries of Journal Articles Writing style Sophisticated, elegant style, complex yet lucid sentence structure, flawless grammar Error-free, easy to read writing style, well practiced Evaluation Rubric for Presentations of Journal Articles.
Article has a headline that captures the reader's attention and accurately describes the content. Article has a headline that accurately describes the content.
Article has a headline that does not describe the content. The details in the article are clear and supportive of the topic. The details in.Download