|Lesson Learned||The lesson learned is clear. It is obvious what value the experience taught the author.||The lesson learned is fairly clear, but many questions remain. Questions remain about the value.||The lesson learned is somewhat clear, but many questions remain. It is not clear the value associated.||It is not at all clear what lesson the author learned. No clear value is presented.|
|Details of Story||The story includes many details. All details are specific.||The story includes many details. Several details are specific.||The story includes a few details. A few of those details are specific.||The story includes few details. No details are specific|
|Paragraphs||Each paragraph has one specific topic.||Most paragraphs have one specific topic. Some paragraphs have an unclear topic.||Few paragraphs have a specific topic. Most topics should be divided into more than one paragraph.||The whole essay is one paragraph.|
|Length||The essay is at least 300 words in length.||(none)||(none)||The essay is shorter than 300 words in length.|
|Use of First Person Pronoun||All first person singular pronouns are capitalized. (“I”)||There is one first person singular pronoun not capitalized. (“i”)||There are two first person singular pronouns not capitalized. (“i”)||There are three or more first person singular pronoun not capitalized. (“i”)|
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