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    6+1 Trait Writing Model : Research Personna


    Teacher Name: Ms. Snyder


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Support for Topic (Content)
Relevant, telling, quality details give the reader important information that goes beyond the obvious or predictable.
Supporting details and information are relevant, but one key issue or portion of the storyline is unsupported.
Supporting details and information are relevant, but several key issues or portions of the storyline are unsupported.
Supporting details and information are typically unclear or not related to the topic.
Word Choice
Writer uses vivid words and phrases that linger or draw pictures in the reader's mind, and the choice and placement of the words seems accurate, natural and not forced.
Writer uses vivid words and phrases that linger or draw pictures in the reader's mind, but occasionally the words are used inaccurately or seem overdone.
Writer uses words that communicate clearly, but the writing lacks variety, punch or flair.
Writer uses a limited vocabulary that does not communicate strongly or capture the reader's interest. Jargon or cliches may be present and detract from the meaning.
Recognition of Reader (Voice)
The reader's questions are anticipated and answered thoroughly and completely.
The reader's questions are anticipated and answered to some extent.
The reader is left with one or two questions. More information is needed to "fill in the blanks".
The reader is left with several questions.
Accuracy of Facts (Content)
All supportive facts are reported accurately.
Almost all supportive facts are reported accurately.
Most supportive facts are reported accurately.
NO facts are reported OR most are inaccurately reported.
Adding Personality (Voice)
The writer seems to be writing from knowledge or experience. The author has taken the ideas and made them "his own."
The writer seems to be drawing on knowledge or experience, but there is some lack of ownership of the topic.
The writer relates some of his own knowledge or experience, but it adds nothing to the discussion of the topic.
The writer has not tried to transform the information in a personal way. The ideas and the way they are expressed seem to belong to someone else.

Date Created: February 12, 2007


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