Grade 2/3 writing comment starters



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GRADE 2/3 WRITING COMMENT STARTERS


NOTE: $ = Name, @ = he/she # = # /her


Meaning (Not Yet Meeting Expectations)
-writing is short in length and contains few ideas, therefore ____

-writing does not contain enough detail, thus is encouraged to____

-has difficulty writing about personal experience, therefore ____

- needs support to write simple sentences/short stories, therefore ____.



Meaning (Minimally Meeting / Approaching Expectations)
-writing is based on ideas presented in class, thus ____

-includes a few details to support # writing, however some details are irrelevant, therefore should____

-struggles to make connections to personal experience, so should

-many details can be limited and confused, thus is encouraged to____



Meaning (Fully Meeting / Meeting Expectations)
-demonstrates some individuality in writing, which makes # writing interesting to read (e.g. humour, surprise)

-includes some supporting details and examples to develop the ideas writes about, as evident in____

-makes some connections to personal experiences, as evident in____

-details are accurate and complete usually from a single source as shown in____



Meaning (Exceeding Expectations)

-demonstrates individuality in writing, which makes # interesting to read (e.g.. using humour, surprise, emotions)

-ideas in writing are supported by clues, explanations and details to clearly elaborate the ideas in ____

-explains personal experiences in # writing, as evident in____

-presents ideas clearly in # own words, as demonstrated in # ____

-details in # work are accurate and complete from more than one source, as shown in____


Style (Not Yet Meeting Expectations)
- needs support from an adult to express # ideas, thus ____

-sometimes is able to work from sentence frames to create simple sentences, and is encouraged to____



Style (Minimally Meeting / Approaching Expectations)
-often uses simple, repetitive language and is working to use a variety of descriptive words in writing

-writing is sometimes confusing, and is encouraged to identify describe characters clearly

- uses a few basic sentence structures, thus is encouraged to vary sentence styles in order to make writing easier to read

Style (Fully Meeting / Meeting Expectations)
-language flow is generally smooth throughout # writing

-includes some story language and description, which makes the writing clear and interesting to read. This was demonstrated in # (story)____.

-uses different types of sentences and lengths throughout # writing

Style (Exceeding Expectations)
-language flows smoothly from one sentence to another in # (story)____

-able to use specific terms and expressions to create a mood and particular feeling in # writing, evident in____

-is able to use varied sentence structures to create effects in # writing, such as ____


Form – Impromptu (Not Yet Meeting Expectations)
- # writing is brief, without a clear beginning or ending, thus ____

- # ideas are random and unrelated, thus is encouraged to____

- does not use connecting word or over uses connecting words such as and, thus is encouraged to____

Form – Impromptu (Minimally Meeting / Approaching Expectations)

-usually introduces the topic in # writing, but has difficulty sequencing # ideas and making connections, thus is encouraged to____

-the events in # stories may not be connected logically or may be irrelevant, therefore should ____


Form – Impromptu (Fully Meeting / Meeting Expectations)
-often uses an effective introduction as demonstrated in # ____

-the events in # writing are loosely connected, thus is encouraged to ____

-uses a few simple connecting words such as (and so) in # writing, thus needs to____

Form – Impromptu (Exceeding Expectations)
-provides an effective introduction using an opening sentence as demonstrated in # ____

-writing follows a natural sequence with events and ideas that are logically connected

-is using a variety of connecting words (such as: an, so, when, because) in # writing

-# writing is focused and stays on topic, evident in____



Form – Stories and Poem (Not Yet Meeting Expectations)
- often begins # stories in the middle and needs assistance to create a clear beginning or ending

-writing is often short with little logical connections between sentences, thus is encouraged to use connecting words and sentences.

-writing has few characters with little identification or description, making the stories confusing, therefore is encouraged to____

Form – Stories and Poem (Minimally Meeting / Approaching Expectations)
- # stories include a beginning and middle, but often the ending is not there or is illogical, thus is encouraged to ensure provides an ending that makes sense.

- the events in # stories may be confusing to the reader, thus is encouraged to____

- in # writing, the characters are often introduced but not described, therefore is encouraged to describe # characters in more detail

Form – Stories and Poem (Fully Meeting / Meeting Expectations)

-Write stories with a beginning and middle, endings can be abrupt, thus is being encouraged to____

-at time events in # stories are confusing or loosely connected, therefore is encouraged to____ (use connecting words, edit for continuity, add sentences)

- usually identifies characters at the beginning of story in a simple manner and is encouraged to include more detail and description

- often includes logical dialogue between characters in # stories


Form – Stories and Poem (Exceeding Expectations)
-writes stories that have a well developed beginning, middle and end as demonstrated in ____

-events in # writing are logically connected with variety of connecting words such as: (and, but, then, when ____)

- the characters in #  stories have well developed personalities, evident in #  story____

-is able to use dialogue between characters in #  story in a logical manner



Form – Communicating Ideas (Not Yet Meeting Expectations)
-Writing is brief with out a clear beginning or ending, therefore ____

-ideas are random and unrelated, thus is encouraged to____

-information would be improved with the addition of illustrations or diagrams

Form – Communicating Ideas (Minimally Meeting / Approaching Expectations)
-usually introduces the topic in #  writing, but loses focus throughout the middle and often ends abruptly, therefore is encouraged to____

-includes some visual features, however many are incomplete and need to be explained. is encouraged to____



Form – Communicating Ideas (Fully Meeting / Meeting Expectations)
-Writes stories with a beginning and middle, endings can be abrupt, thus is being encouraged to____

-at time events in story are confusing or loosely connected, thus is encouraged to ____ (use connecting words, edit for continuity, add sentences)

-usually identifies characters at the beginning of story in a simple manner, and is encouraged to include more detail and description

-often includes logical dialogue between characters in #  stories



Form – Communicating Ideas (Exceeding Expectations)

-writes stories that have a well developed beginning, middle and end, as demonstrated in ____

-events in # writing are logically connected with variety of connecting words such as____

-the characters in #  writing have well developed personality as in____.

-is able to use dialogue between characters in #  story in a logical manner


Conventions (Not Yet Meeting Expectations)
- frequent errors in #  writing make it difficult to understand, therefore____.

-often uses run on or incomplete sentences in #  writing, therefore____.

-often uses invented spelling in #  work; an example of this is____.

-punctuation is omitted or used incorrectly, thus is encouraged to use____.

- #  printing can be difficult to read, thus is encouraged to form letters correctly, use proper size and take care in presenting work

Conventions
-frequent errors often interfere in meaning, therefore needs to____

- is able to write some simple sentences, however frequent errors often interfere with intended meaning such as____

-some common words are spelled correctly, however often uses invented spellings such as ____ for ____.

-is beginning to use punctuation and capitals in #  writing, and is encouraged to add ____ to #  writing

- at times, #  printing can be difficult to read, thus ____

Conventions (Fully Meeting / Meeting Expectations)
-has a few errors that do not interfere in meaning as evident in daily work and written assignments

-most sentences are complete, with occasional errors in punctuation, therefore____

-most common words are spelled correctly; some invented spelling is used for larger or less common words such as____.

- #  writing is neat and easy to read



Conventions (Exceeding Expectations)
-writing has few punctuation, spelling and grammar errors that do not interfere in meaning

-takes risks with language, spelling and punctuation such as____ (writing longer sentences, descriptive words, conversation)


- takes great care in the presentation of #  work



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