Grade 3 Writing Rubrics
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San Diego Unified School District Office of the Deputy Superintendent • Instruction and Curriculum Division Literacy and History-Social Science Department Grade 3 August 2006 DRAFT page 1 NARRATIVE Writing Rubric Advanced Proficient Basic Below Basic HOLISTIC SCORE _____ 3 2 1 3 2 1 3 2 1 3 2 1 W R IT IN G A P P L IC A T IO N IDEAS/ CONTENT • Skillfully develops a central idea that describes and explains familiar objects, events and experience • Includes well-chosen details to skillfully develop the plot • Provides powerful insight/rationale about the significance of the selected event or experience • Develops a central idea that
  • little evidence of correct sentence structure
  • erroneous organiza- tion
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  • understanding of a literary work
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The Sindh Children Act, 1955
[SINDH ACT No. XII of 1955]
[11th July 1955]
PART I--PRELIMINARY
1. Short title and extent.-(1) This Act may be called the Sind Children Act, 1953
(2) It extends to the whole of the Province of Sind, Including Khairpur District.The Sindh Children Act, 1955
[SINDH ACT No. XII of 1955]
[11th July 1955]
PART I--PRELIMINARY
2 Commencement.---Section I shall come into force at once. The rest The Act, or any rovision thereof, shall
come into force in any area on such date ea the Provincial Government may, by notification in the Official
Gazette specify.The Sindh Children Act, 1955
[SINDH ACT No. XII of 1955]
[11th July 1955]
PART I--PRELIMINARY
3. Saving.--The Provincial Government tray, by notification in the Official Gazette direct that all or any of the
provisions of the Act shall not apply to any class of children or youthful offenders in the whole of the
Province or is stay particular area.The Sindh Children Act, 1955
[SINDH ACT No. XII of 1955]
[11th July 1955]
PART I--PRELIMINARY
4. Definition.-(1) In this Act unless there is anything repugnant in the subject or context--
(a) “adult" means a parson who is not a child ;
(b) "After-care Association" means any association, society, organisation or body, incorporated or not, the
objects of which include assistance to and welfare -of youthful offenders and children on their discharge from
a certified school, recognised institution, remand home, borstal school or like institution;
(c) begging means--
(i) soliciting or receiving, aims in a public place, whether or not under any pretence such as signing, dancing,
fortune-telling, performing tricks or selling articles
(ii) entering on any private premises for the purpose of soliciting or receiving alms ;
(iii) exposing or exhibiting with the object of obtaining or estoring aims any sore,. wound, injury, deformity or
disease ;
(iv) having no visible means of subsistence and wandering about and remaining in any public place in such
condition or manner as makes it likely that the person doing so exists by soliciting or receiving aims;
(v) allowing oneself to be used as an exhibit for the purpose of soliciting or receiving alms, but does not
include.-soliciting or receiving alms in or abort a mosque, temple or place of public worship, and
soliciting or receiving money or food or gifts for a purpose authorised by any law or authorised In the
prescribed manner by the District Magistrate or try the Provincial Government ;
(cc) "Chief Inspector" means the Chief Inspector of certified schools appointed under this. Act ;
(d) "brothel"-means a brothel as defined in the Sind Prevention of Prostitution Act, 1951 ;
(e) "certified school" means an industrial school established or- any other school or institution certified by the
Provincial Government under section 25 ;(f) "dangerous drug" means any article defined as "dangerous drug" in the Dangerous Drugs Act, 1930 ;
(g) "final order" means an order passed by a juvenile count ox any court empowered under section 9 to
exercise the powers of a juvenile con-t, grader the following sections, namely ; 45 to 47, 71 to 76, 79, 81
to 84, 90 to 92: 131 and 103 ;
(h) "fit won" Includes an institution which In relation to the care . of any child means any association or body of
Individuals whether incorporated or riot established for or having for its object the reception or protection of
children or the prevention of cruelty to children and which undertakes to bring up or to give facilities for brining
up arty child entrusted to its care in conformity with religion of the, child’s birth ;
(i) "guardian" In relation to a child or youthful offender includes any person who, In the opinion of the court
having cognizance of any proceedings In relation to the child or youthful offender, has for the time therein the
actual charge of, or control over, the said child or youthful offender;
(j) "immoral behaviour" includes any act or conduct which is Indecent or obscene;
(k) "Juvenile Court" means a court established under section-1-of this Act';
(1) "place of safe includes remand house, or any other suitable place or institution, the occupleo° ,:a~A.cs of
w?-.fob is willing temporary to receive a child or where such srz,..-t£.~home or rather suitable place or
institution Is not available, in the case of a, oval: t: ,Ud osly, a police station In which arrangements are
available or can be made for keeping children In custody separately from other offenders ;
(m) "prescribed" means prescribed by rules made under this Act ; .
(n) "probation of good conduct" means the release of a youthful- offender
on probation of good conduct on his personal recognizance The expression 'probation of good conduct order'
shall be construed accordingly ;
'(o) "prostitution" means offering of the body for Indiscriminate lewdness, for hire or otherwise,
notwithstanding anything contained in The Sind Prevention of Prostitution Act; 1951
(p) "society" means a body or association of individuals whether incorporated or not ;
(q) " Supervision" means the placing of a child under the control of a probation officer or other person for the
purpose of securing proper care and protection of the child by Iris parent, guardian, relation or any other fit
person to whose care the child bas been committed. 'the expression 'supervision„order' shall be construed
accordingly ;
(r) "voluntary home" means any place for the reception of children maintained wholly or partly by voluntary(r) "voluntary home" means any place for the reception of children maintained wholly or partly by voluntary
contributions ; ,
(s) "youthful offender means any child who has been found to have committed an offence ; and
(t) "Code" means the Code of Criminal Procedure 1898.
(2) Words and expressions used and not defined in this Act but defined in the Code shall have the meanings
assigned to them in that Code.The Sindh Children Act, 1955
[SINDH ACT No. XII of 1955]
[11th July 1955]
PART I--PRELIMINARY
5. Continuation of proceedings against child on his attaining specified age., For the purpose of this Act, a
person shall be deemed to be a child. if at the time of the initiation of any proceedings against him under this
Act or at the time of his arrest in connection with which any proceedings are initiated ageing him under this
Act, such person has not attained the age of sixteen years;
Provided that if during the course of the proceedings under this Act such person attains the age of sixteen
years the proceedings already commenced shall be continued and orders may be passed in respect of such
person, under this Act as If such person was a child notwithstanding anything to the contrary in this Act.The Sindh Children Act, 1955
[SINDH ACT No. XII of 1955]
[11th July 1955]
PART I--PRELIMINARY
6. Reformatory Schools Act, 1897, and certain provisions of Code not provisions of the Reformatory
Schools Act, 1997 and of sections 29-B and 399 of the Code shall cease to apply- to any area in which
Parts II to XI of this Act have been brought into operation.The Sindh Children Act, 1955
[SINDH ACT No. XII of 1955]
[11th July 1955]
Part II-Powers And Functions Of Courts Having Jurisdiction Under The Act
7. Juvenile Court's.-The Provincial Government may, by notification in the Official Gazettee establish one or
more Juvenile Courts for any localThe Sindh Children Act, 1955
[SINDH ACT No. XII of 1955]
[11th July 1955]
PART II-Powers AND FUNCTIONS Of COURTS Having JURISDICT16N
UNDER THE ACT
8. Courts empowered to exercise powers of Juvenile Court.-The powers conferred on a Juvenile Court
under this Act shall be exercisable by-
(a) The Chief Court of Sind
(b) A Court of Session
(c) A District Magistrate ;
(d) A Sub-Divisional Magistrate, and
(e) A Magistrate of the First Class,
whether trying any case originally or ors appeal or in revision.

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