Rubric: Persuasive Writing as a Brochure
Grading rubric for student-made advertising brochures;
a creative & fun persuasive writing activity.> Gets students thinking about and using persuasive writing.
> Take a break from essays, without neglecting standards-based writing requirements.
> This is a rubric, not a lesson. Seeing the rubric will, however, make the activity being assessed evident.
> Scores on five elements of a persuasive activity.
> Spend ~1-5 days making brochures and teaching the five elements to be included - which are scored on the rubric.
> Initial sketching of brochures can work as first drafts. The rubric can be used to provide feedback to students prior to the final product.
> Final product makes for a very catchy hallway/video display.> Any grade level that has had exposure to persuasive writing in the classroom will have fun with this!
Rubric: Group Participation, a self-assessment
Peer Critique Form: Peer Feedback for Fiction / Narratives
Rubric: Six-Traits Based
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