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  1. Overview

    The Creative Writing Conservatory is an MFA-modeled course of study that offers students a flexible concentration of classes and writing opportunities. Student-focused and evolving, the workshops and topics present contemporary and classic works side by side to serve as examples of excellent writing. Publishing and performance opportunities are ...

  2. Admissions Guidelines

    You may also contact our Admissions Office at [email protected] or 714.560.0900 ext. 5510. Applicants who applied during the 2024-2025 regular admission session, and did not meet proficiency for their desired conservatory, may apply to any other conservatory of interest within their incoming grade level during the Extended Admission Session.

  3. Admissions Overview

    Applicants who have received or are currently receiving special services are encouraged to request any accommodations needed to support them during the admissions process. If you have questions, please read our Admissions FAQ. You may also contact our Admissions Office at [email protected] or 714.560.0900 ext. 5510.

  4. Writing Rubrics [Examples, Best Practices, & Free Templates]

    1. Define Clear Criteria. Identify specific aspects of writing to evaluate. Be clear and precise. The criteria should reflect the key components of the writing task. For example, for a narrative essay, criteria might include plot development, character depth, and use of descriptive language.

  5. PDF Application & Audition Information for All Art Areas

    the current members of the OCSA band program. • A summer band camp will be required upon acceptance. Creative Writing Prospective Creative Writing students should prepare for the following: Preliminary Digital Submission - Prepare and upload a portfolio of writings including the following: 1. Short Story (3-10 pages) 2.

  6. Admissions FAQ

    They also have the opportunity to meet with conservatory directors and take a self-guided campus tour. Private tours are not available. If you have additional questions, please contact our Admissions Office at [email protected] or 714.560.0900 ext. 5510. apply now OCSA Orange County School of the Arts.

  7. PDF CREATIVE WRITING SCORING RUBRIC

    Conventions—10 points. -Spelling is correct throughout piece -Punctuation is used correctly -Punctuation is deliberately manipulated in a sophisticated manner to affect style -Format and presentation is correct/professional (Times New Roman, size 12, double spaced)

  8. PDF Creative Writing

    Creative Writing . Prospective Creative Writing students should prepare the following: • Part 1: Writing Portfolio Submission - Prepare a portfolio of writings. Upload/submit . it digitally or turn in hard/paper portfolio before or on audition day. o. Portfolio Contents - The portfolio should include the following: 1. Short Story (3-10 pages) 2.

  9. Scoring Creativity: Decoding the Rubric for Creative Writing

    Originality: Successful creative writing demonstrates a unique and imaginative approach. A rubric should prioritize originality, encouraging students to think outside the box and avoid clichés or common themes. Engagement: A captivating story or piece of creative writing should engage the reader from beginning to end.

  10. PDF Osceola County School for The Arts

    Philosophy OCSA is a performance-driven experiential school environment and, as such, students are expected to be in attendance daily in order to be actively involved in all aspects of learning. Arrival: Students are to arrive on campus no earlier than 8:40am.

  11. Designing and Using Rubrics

    Here is a sample of a rubric with a range of points within each performance level. Step 4: Create a format for the rubric. When the specific criteria and levels of success have been named and ranked, they can be sorted into a variety of formats and distributed with the assignment.

  12. PDF Writing Assessment and Evaluation Rubrics

    Holistic scoring is a quick method of evaluating a composition based on the reader's general impression of the overall quality of the writing—you can generally read a student's composition and assign a score to it in two or three minutes. Holistic scoring is usually based on a scale of 0-4, 0-5, or 0-6.

  13. PDF Writing Assessment and Evaluation Rubrics

    Analytic scoring is usually based on a scale of 0-100 with each aspect receiving a portion of the total points. The General Rubric for Analytic Evaluationon page 14 can be used to score a piece of writing in this way as can the rubrics for specific writing types on pages 17, 26, 31, 36-38, and 43.

  14. PDF Creative Writing Journal Rubric

    Creative Writing Journal Rubric 10-9 8 7-6 5 or below Quantity Many entries; shows extreme dedication and enthusiasm in keeping a journal; student wrote frequently (i.e. at least 12/14 days) Good number of entries; student wrote consistently (i.e. at least 10 out of 14 days) Fair number of entries; student wrote with some consistency (i.e. at

  15. PDF Creative Writing

    Creative Writing - RUBRIC Please note: Judging creative work is based largely on the reader's emotional response and on the sense that there is a driving concern (or concerns) or question (or questions) that the author pursues with clarity, thoughtfulness and compassion. Form is also

  16. Meet the Team

    In 2000, he developed the Creative Writing Conservatory at the Orange County School of the Arts and directed the conservatory for the following 13 years. In 2012, he received the U.S. Presidential Scholars Program Teacher Recognition Award in Washington D.C. Mr. Blaylock's short stories, novels, and collections have been published around the ...

  17. PDF An Analytical Rubric for Assessing Creativity in Creative Writing

    too hard to measure. Thus this study explores the field to identify the major qualities of creative language and to develop a rubric accordingly. III. DESIGN OF THE ANALYTICAL RUBRIC Rubrics are one of the most widely used tools of assessing writing. To put it simply, a rubric is "a set of criteria for grading assignments" (Rezaie & Lovorn, 2010).

  18. iRubric: Creative Writing Unit: One-Act Play rubric

    iRubric CBW9B2: Students write and perform their own one-act play with script, developed characters, scenes, stage directions.. Free rubric builder and assessment tools.

  19. Osceola County School for the Arts / Homepage

    The OCSA Yearbook staff is accepting orders for the 2024 yearbook. There is a limited supply of yearbooks ordered. We expect to sellout like last year, so buy your copy today for the 20th anniversary edition! ... County School for the Arts is committed to providing a school community that nourishes the personal integrity and creative expression ...

  20. Crafting Effective Rubrics for Creative Assignments

    Effective creative rubrics help mitigate these challenges by setting clear, specific criteria that focus on the creative process and its outcomes, rather than just the final product . Benefits of Using Rubrics in Creative Disciplines. Rubrics bring numerous advantages to the educational process, particularly in creative fields:

  21. PDF Creative Writing Rubrics

    with a creative writing teacher. Rubric for scoring (40 point scale) Note: applies to both the writing portfolio and the in-class writing prompt. Creativity (up to 8 points) Ability to tell a story, compose a poem or essay that is inventive and compelling without feeling contrived or silly.

  22. Overview

    The Visual Arts Conservatory offers students in grades 7 through 12 the opportunity to learn fine art studio techniques, as well as improve upon existing artistic skills. Students explore both traditional art making methods and innovative, cutting edge art practices. Visual Arts students follow a fixed schedule of core requirement classes ...

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    Browse free creative writing rubrics for easel on Teachers Pay Teachers, a marketplace trusted by millions of teachers for original educational resources.