Introduction checklist:

 

Your Name:  __________________________________________ per: ______________

 

Your Peer Reviewer: ______________________________________________________

 

Complete this check list before handing in your final graded introduction. Staple both copies (final and peer reviewed with comments) to this sheet. Your grading rubric is printed on the back.                                                             

Self Check

Introduction

Peer Cheeck

 

Includes complete, informative, well-written paragraphs – who you are and what are your interests or goals

 

 

Intro –

Has a hook or a quote to interest reader

 

 

Paragraphs have topic sentences

 

 

 

Generalizations & Details:

 

_____ Use a variety of sentence structure

_____ Details are not common or clich

_____ Details relate important elements of who the writer is

 

 

Transitions:

There are a variety of transitions used

 

 

Closing Sentence:

The closing sentence makes the paragraph feels like it is finished

 

 

 

Is free of no-no words

 

 

May only have two sentences that start with I – in each paragraph. Count them.

 

 

Has varying sentence structure. Not all sentences are written in the same style.

 

 

Sentence order is logical. Your paragraph flows from one detail to the next. Transitions are applied where needed

 

 

 

Paragraphs relate personal information in an interesting manner

 

 

 

Writing is free of typos & spelling errors. Dont forget spell check.

 

 

 

Writing is free of basic grammar errors such as capitalization and basic punctuation errors such as period.