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Grammar No errors (fragments, comma splices, run-ons). 1-3 errors (fragments, comma splices, run-ons). 4-6 errors (fragments, comma splices, run-ons). More than 6 errors (fragments, comma splices, run-ons). Score of Grammar,/ 4 Story Arc story has a thorough beginning, middle, end Story has a beginning, middle, and end, but one or more could be more thorough Story has a marked weak area. For instance, it just ends abruptly or does not include an “event” Story does not include a notable beginning, middle, and end. Score of Story Arc,/ 4 Clarity Plot, tense consistency, and point of view are strong and no errors are present. For the most part plot, tense consistency, and point of view are acceptable. However, one or more of these concepts could be stronger There are distinct errors for one of the following: Plot (confusion or missing information) Tense consistency (tense shifts within sentences or paragraphs) Point of View (change from one to another) There are distinct errors for more than one of the following: Plot (confusion or missing information) Tense consistency (tense shifts within sentences or paragraphs) Point of View (change from one to another) Score of Clarity,/ 4 Flow Smooth transitions between paragraphs and ideas. Transitions between paragraphs and/or ideas could be stronger. At one point in the narrative, there is an awkward or absent transition Repeated struggle to transition from one paragraph to another or one idea to another. Score of Flow,/ 4 Format separated paragraphs, double spaced, 12x font, 1" margins, titled One of the following is missing: separated paragraphs, double spaced, 12x font, 1" margins, title two of the following are missing: separated paragraphs, double spaced, 12x font, 1" margins, title More than two of the following are missing: separated paragraphs, double spaced, 12x font, 1" margins, title Score of Format,/ 4 Tone and audience Essay is written in a way that anyone could understand, with concise ideas, context clues, and an awareness of your reader. Essay is written conversationally, like the writer is talking to a friend. Otherwise the writing is cohesive and gives the sense it was crafted with a reader in mind. Essay is missing context clues or connections between ideas. Is written with only some sense of a reader. Essay is not written with a reader in mind. No concern is shown for the understandability of the piece. fell welcomed to add fiction in here...it is a story after all

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