They are very interesting, important, & realistic. The article must include a picture that relates to your topic. Article does not focus on the topic well. 0000011407 00000 n 0000002477 00000 n 0000015152 00000 n Demonstrates no knowledge of newspaper format. Good inferences and originality. x�b``g``5b �����Y8���C1� 0000016072 00000 n Writes an insightful and creative article using various aspects of the story. Lead sentence grabs the reader's attention and focuses the reader on the topic. <<97dc08603cc48e42ad00f8e0d2185c32>]>> (you can make up quotes, as long as they are consistent with what the person would actually say) The piece reads more like an interview than an article. Quotations are used improperly (irrelevant, limited, etc.). Facts and events are reported with limited. Article adequately addresses the 5 W's (who, what, when, where and how). Include a date for when the article is written. 1). 0000001673 00000 n Quotations are somewhat effective and relevant. Lead sentence tells most important details. 6). endstream endobj 185 0 obj<>/W[1 1 1]/Type/XRef/Index[10 149]>>stream Create Rubrics for your Project-Based Learning Activities Rubric ID: 561964. Quotations are considerably effective and relevant. Paragraphs are structured with limited effectiveness. 0000005674 00000 n A headline and a lead (1-2 sentences at the beginning of the article that tell you what it is about) 2). /�G��_"v�����k6��4��b�`�8��k�F�F ���+����!�'�o�.� ��i �` �^# x�bbbf`b``Ń3��~ 0 �0a The details in the article are clear and supportive of the topic. 0 0000001215 00000 n Comments: /40. Central facts are either missing or reported in a confusing manner. A group of _____Ontario teens who heard about the events in Haiti decided to hold a car wash to raise money on April 7 th, 2010. 0000015374 00000 n Demonstrates thorough knowledge of newspaper format: makes exceptional use of inverted pyramid format, lead, quotes, facts (no opinions), etc. 0000021608 00000 n It should be reporting a historical event, this it should be written shortly after the event occurred (e.g. 8). Writes with some creativity and originality using various aspects of the story. The details article are neither clear nor related to the topic. The article reads well as a whole. There is no creativity and the article as a whole shows very little effort or coherence. Shows no thought to the organization of paragraphs; They are randomly presented. Article has a headline that captures the reader's attention and accurately describes the content. 0000004350 00000 n 5). Journalism Writing Rubrics News Story Rubric Objectives Accomplished 10-11 points Skilled 8-9 points Developing 6-7 points Needs Improvement 5 points or less Total points Effective & Appropriate Lead Lead is original and catchy; fits well with the rest of the story; invites readers into the piece; contains a strong nut graph if lead is not a summary lead. Grammar, spelling and punctuation are excellent. Article has a headline that does not describe the content. 0000003387 00000 n 9). A headline and a lead (1-2 sentences at the beginning of the article that tell you what it is about) No more than a couple of spelling or grammar errors. 0000002997 00000 n The article … Create Rubrics for your Project-Based Learning Activities, Find out how to make this rubric interactive. 0000008996 00000 n 0000003423 00000 n Facts and events are reported with some effectiveness. Your  article  must  include  the  following:  1). 2). Understanding (facts in the novel: real and made up). Facts emerge with insight and reveal understanding of class discussions. No more than 3 spelling or grammar errors. Quotations are either missing or incoherent ideas. 0000021685 00000 n The article is missing 3 or more of the 5 W's. Some details may not fit in with the topic. The teens put up signs in their neighbourhood to attract the cars passing by. (Newspaper structure-­‐ title, lead, ordering of info (inverted pyramid), integration of quotes, no opinions, etc. There is little creativity, and some implausible inferences about the story. 3). %%EOF the event(s) covered are important. Article has a headline that accurately describes the content. There is some effectiveness in the organization and flow of the paragraphs. All topics are addressed and most questions answered with at least 2 sentences about each. **All the events in the article will be written beginning with the most important information. 0000006779 00000 n The article must be 6‐10 short paragraphs 4). endstream endobj 160 0 obj<>/OCGs[162 0 R]>>/PieceInfo<>>>/LastModified(D:20040930220225)/MarkInfo<>>> endobj 162 0 obj<>/PageElement<>>>>> endobj 163 0 obj<>/Font<>/XObject<>/ProcSet[/PDF/Text/ImageC]/ExtGState<>/Properties<>>>/StructParents 0>> endobj 164 0 obj<> endobj 165 0 obj<> endobj 166 0 obj<> endobj 167 0 obj<> endobj 168 0 obj[/ICCBased 177 0 R] endobj 169 0 obj<>stream CATEGORY 4 3 2 1 Headline Article has a headline that captures the reader's attention and accurately describes the content. Article must include at least 5 accurate and relevant historical facts, as well as some explanation of why Sent Structure, Punctuation, Word Usage (wordiness, awkward, misplaced modifiers), Vocab. One or more topics were not addressed. 159 27 Quotations used creatively to reveal facts and insights from people involved in the historical events. Fantastic inferences and originality. startxref 7). Facts are unrealistic. They are realistic and relevant. Paragraphs are clear and organized. Writes a good article using various aspects of the story. Focused Newspaper Rubric CATEGORY 4 3 2 1 Amount of Information All topics are addressed and all questions answered with at least 2 sentences about each. Article must be 2 columns, and must be approximately 200-300 words. The lead must include the 5Ws (who, what, when, where, why, and how) In other words, the 5 W’s must come first. Newspaper Article Rubric Name_____Your Topic/Circle One: Entertainer, Outlaw, Athlete Category 4 3 2 1 Headline Score _____ The article has a headline that captures the reader's attention and accurately describes the content. This  means  that  the  information  will  not  necessarily  be   listed  in  the  order  that  it  occurred  in  the  story. Demonstrates limited knowledge of newspaper format: makes limited use of inverted pyramid format, lead, quotes, facts (no opinions), etc. Facts and events are accurate and reported with considerable effectiveness. the next day). 0000012482 00000 n Lead sentence is not clearly connected to the article. 161 0 obj<>stream 0000000016 00000 n Each paragraph is logically connected to the next. “It feels great to do something for a good cause,” says Angela_____ one of the teens involved in washing the cars. Additional details that are not as important to the actual event will be listed later. Paragraphs are clear, organized and flow in a logicalway. H���[o�@���+����٫W�*ѴT. There are errors in grammar, spelling and punctuation, but the work is understandable. 0000007925 00000 n Most details in the article are clear. 0000002060 00000 n Facts and events are accurate and reported with exceptional effectiveness. Article has a headline that accurately describes the content. Grammar, spelling and punctuation are good. 0000015604 00000 n 0000015844 00000 n iRubric U397CW: This rubric is to be used to assess a student's final copy of a newspaper article.. Free rubric builder and assessment tools. trailer NEWSPAPER  ASSIGNMENT  REQUIREMENTS  AND  RUBRIC Â, Your  article  must  include  the  following: Â. %PDF-1.4 %���� 0000002837 00000 n 159 0 obj<> endobj All topics are addressed, and most questions answered with 1 sentence about each. The details in the article are clear but need to be developed more.