FOLLOW the Attached rubric.
I wrote the paragraphs add more words to the paragraphs (make up story) and continue until you reach 800 words.
no sources. use the one I already wrote
_________20 points – LEAD
Story has an interesting lead that draws the reader into story. Profiles can begin with an anecdote or descriptive lead (up to four paragraphs) followed by a nut graph that gives the reader a sense of what the story is about.
_________25 points – NUT GRAPH: Tells the main idea of the story
_________10 points – LEAD QUOTE: Opinion or emotion (not facts) expressed by the STAR character of the story. Attribute after the first sentence in quote. Use proper style in the placement of said and identifying source. Be sure to use age or job title or year in school to identify your source.
_________5 points – QUOTE #2 Opinion or emotion from your CO-STAR. Attribute after the first sentence in quote. Use proper style in the placement of said and identifying source.
_________5 points – QUOTE #3 Opinion or emotion from your EXPERT, someone who may be outside the realm of the story but can provide perspective on the subject. Attribute after first sentence in quote. Use proper style in placement of said and identifying source.
_________15 points – STORY STRUCTURE: Avoid bumping quotes. Use transition sentences between different speakers to set up quotes. Include background information about the life of your profile subject.
_________10 points – ENDING: quote kicker, fact kicker, future kicker or circle kicker.
_________5 points – GRAMMAR and PUNCTUATION: Use properly.
AP STYLE: This is a reported story written in third person. Avoid injecting yourself into the story. Use proper style for numbers, addresses, titles, cities, etc.