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iteracy Squared® Scoring Rubric: Grades 1, 2, & 3




SPANISH SCORE

LEVEL

CATEGORIES & CRITICAL DESCRIPTORS: CONTENT

ENGLISH SCORE




7

Superior/Excellent Writing: Creativity that reflects children’s literature







6

Highly Competent Writing: Varying Sentence Patterns







5

Competent Writing: Sense of completeness







4

Transitioning Intermediate Writing: More than 2 ideas, main idea discernable, may be incomplete







3

Beginning Writing: Two Ideas







2

Emergent Writing: One Idea







1

Prewriting: Not readable or incomplete thought. (Also, written in a language other than the prompt.)







0

The student did not prepare a sample




PUNCTUATION

SPELLING

SPANISH SCORE

LEVEL

DESCRIPTORS: PUNCTUATION

ENGLISH SCORE

SPANISH SCORE

LEVEL

DESCRIPTORS: SPELLING

ENGLISH SCORE
















4

Accurate spelling





3

Accurate punctuation.







3

Some spelling errors; Mostly correct







2

Some punctuation errors; Mostly correct







2

Many spelling errors; Meaning not affected







1

Many punctuation errors- meaning not affected, or minimal punctuation used







1

Many spelling errors; Sometimes affects meaning







0

Punctuation errors affect meaning, or no punctuation







0

Spelling errors affect meaning






Common ELD Errors

Bilingual Strategies


Common Grade Level Errors




Intersentential Codeswitching (I love my new ropa.)

Intrasentential Codeswitching (Begins in 1 language and

ends in the other)






“ ” inserted to indicate knowledge that a word is borrowed from another language. (Vimos el “jellyfish.”)



Bidirectional phonetics transfer (japi/happy)

Bidirectional syntax transfer (The bike of my sister)


Other?



Literacy Squared®

Grades 1, 2, & 3 Writing Descriptors


Level

CRITICAL DESCRIPTORS

Category

7


Complete story or summary that demonstrates consistency, creativity, and that reflects grade level literature.

Superior Writing

6

Complete story using varied sentence structures and/or descriptive vocabulary

Highly Competent Writing

5

Sense of completeness

Has connecting or transitioning words

Logical sequence


Competent Writing

4

More than 2 ideas

The main idea can be inferred or stated explicitly

Story or summary may be incomplete


Transitioning Intermediate Writing

3

Two ideas (not necessarily separate sentences)

Logical order



Beginning Writing

2

One idea within a story or summary (not necessarily within the same sentence).

Emergent Writing

1

The sample does not have complete thoughts that can be easily understood. The sample may have letters, syllables, and/or various words, but it does not have a complete thought. Written in a language other than the prompt.

Prewriting

0

The student did not prepare a sample.


No Writing

ASSUMPTIONS:



  • Critical descriptors are cumulative. To receive a 7, the student must exhibit all of the relevant indicators listed in the previous levels.

  • Students should write to the prompt

  • “Logical” order means any order that would be appropriate in EITHER Spanish or English. A monolingual reader may need to consult a bilingual colleague to determine whether or not the order is logical.

  • Spelling should be analyzed by a bilingual person.






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