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Hero Story Rubric



Benchmark

4 - Exceeds

3 - Meets

2 - Approaches

1 – Well below

7.3.3 Critical Stance
Describe how historical or cultural influences help explain a text


Your story explains how your hero is tied to her or his community or culture and explains how he or she became a hero.

Your story explains how the character became a hero but not how the hero is tied to the culture.

Your story tries to explain how the character is tied to the culture or how she or he became a hero but it is confusing.

Your story does not explain how the culture or becoming a hero.

7.5.2

Design
Use an organizational structure that unites the parts of the piece of writing and gives it coherence and completeness

Your story contains all 8 parts of the hero’s journey.

Your story containing 7 parts of the hero’s journey.

Your story contains 6 parts of the hero’s journey.

Your story contains 5 or less parts of the hero’s journey.


7.5.3 Voice
Use words, phrases, and sentence construction to begin to establish an individual rather than a generic voice

Your writing sounds like a story. It is told in one point of view and uses quotations when appropriate.

Your writing sounds like a story but shifts to different points of view.

Your writing sounds like a story in some places. You use multiple points of view and some times it sounds more like explaining rather than story telling.

Your writing is more like a list rather than a story.

7.5.1 Meaning
Connect selected details, examples, reasons, and/or facts to the insight, message, or thesis in a meaningful way

Your story is explained with a beginning that introduces the hero and the journey; a middle with vivid details about the journey and an ending that completes the story.

Your story is explained with a beginning that introduces the hero and the journey; a middle with some details about the journey and an ending.

Your story has a weak beginning, a middle with some details about the journey and an ending.

Your story is missing a beginning, middle, or ending.

Hero Story Proofreading Checklist:




  1. Spelling

  2. Grammar


  3. Capitalization

  4. Punctuation

  5. Hero’s Journey: 8 stages


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