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Problem and Solution Rubric

Name: _________________________________________ Grade & Section: ___________________Date: ____________ Total Score: ______________

CRITERIA VGE (5) GE (4) SE (3) LE (2) N (1)


1. Ideas and Content (Problem):
 Contains supporting details that are rich, relevant, and accurate.
 Problem is clearly explained in detail with intelligent connections between points.
2. Ideas and Content (Solution):
 Writer offers solid and feasible solutions. Writing is well- focused, clear and interesting. Holds the reader’s
attention.
 Contains ample supporting details that are rich, relevant, and accurate.
 Solutions are clearly explained in detail and intelligent connections between points.
3. Organization
 Writing is easy to follow. Sentences are well-constructed and demonstrate strong skill in varying sentence
styles.
 Smooth, effective transitions between sentences, paragraphs, and ideas.
4. Word Choice
 Language is accurate, strong, specific words; powerful words that energize the writing.
 Vivid expressions/slang seems purposeful and effective.
 Words evoke strong images.
5. Conventions
 applies basic rules of grammar, usage, and mechanics
 presents paper according to format listed in directions
TOTAL
OVERALL SCORE

Legend: VGE – To a very great extent; GE – To a great extent SE – To some extent; LE – To a little extent; NE – Not at all

Problem and Solution Rubric

Name: _________________________________________ Grade & Section: ___________________Date: ____________ Total Score: ______________

CRITERIA VGE (5) GE (4) SE (3) LE (2) N (1)


6. Ideas and Content (Problem):
 Contains supporting details that are rich, relevant, and accurate.
 Problem is clearly explained in detail with intelligent connections between points.
7. Ideas and Content (Solution):
 Writer offers solid and feasible solutions. Writing is well- focused, clear and interesting. Holds the reader’s
attention.
 Contains ample supporting details that are rich, relevant, and accurate.
 Solutions are clearly explained in detail and intelligent connections between points.
8. Organization
 Writing is easy to follow. Sentences are well-constructed and demonstrate strong skill in varying sentence
styles.
 Smooth, effective transitions between sentences, paragraphs, and ideas.
9. Word Choice
 Language is accurate, strong, specific words; powerful words that energize the writing.
 Vivid expressions/slang seems purposeful and effective.
 Words evoke strong images.
10. Conventions
 applies basic rules of grammar, usage, and mechanics
 presents paper according to format listed in directions
TOTAL
OVERALL SCORE

Legend: VGE – To a very great extent; GE – To a great extent SE – To some extent; LE – To a little extent; NE – Not at all

Problem and Solution Rubric

Name: _________________________________________ Grade & Section: ___________________Date: ____________ Total Score: ______________

CRITERIA VGE (5) GE (4) SE (3) LE (2) N (1)


11. Ideas and Content (Problem):
 Contains supporting details that are rich, relevant, and accurate.
 Problem is clearly explained in detail with intelligent connections between points.
12. Ideas and Content (Solution):
 Writer offers solid and feasible solutions. Writing is well- focused, clear and interesting. Holds the reader’s
attention.
 Contains ample supporting details that are rich, relevant, and accurate.
 Solutions are clearly explained in detail and intelligent connections between points.
13. Organization
 Writing is easy to follow. Sentences are well-constructed and demonstrate strong skill in varying sentence
styles.
 Smooth, effective transitions between sentences, paragraphs, and ideas.
14. Word Choice
 Language is accurate, strong, specific words; powerful words that energize the writing.
 Vivid expressions/slang seems purposeful and effective.
 Words evoke strong images.
15. Conventions
 applies basic rules of grammar, usage, and mechanics
 presents paper according to format listed in directions
TOTAL
OVERALL SCORE

Legend: VGE – To a very great extent; GE – To a great extent SE – To some extent; LE – To a little extent; NE – Not at all