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1 rubric Reading Summary-Elementary Rubric       popup preivew  

Grade Levels:   K-5  
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JLovill
2 rubric 6th Grade ELA-Reading Response Journals       popup preivew  
Rubric used to evaluate 6th Grade Reading Response Journals.

Grade Levels:   N/A
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stitus3
3 rubric Character Collage       popup preivew  
Students will design a character collage based on a main character or characters from a book they have read.

Grade Levels:   K-5  
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bbidleman
4 rubric Reading Response Letter: Character       popup preivew  
Students write a letter responding to books they have completed. They use what we are currently learning in class to tell about their book.

Grade Levels:   K-5  
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psholcomb
5 rubric Out of My Mind       popup preivew  
Tackk.com Project (multimedia)

Grade Levels:   6-8  
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karisallen
6 rubric Book Report - Written Response to Independent Reading       popup preivew  
This book report will contain multiple paragraphs and will be limited to one page. Student name and date should appear in upper right corner of the page. First: The report should include the title and author of the book and a complete description of the main characters. Second: Descriptive Settings should be included (When and where did the story takes place?). Third: The main events should be included (What happened in the story?). Fourth: Why did you like or dislike the book? Fifth: Would you recommend this book to other sixth graders. Sixth: The report should include a summary of the author's overall message and/or the theme of the book. 56-50=A, 49-43=B, 42-35=C, Less than 35=D

Grade Levels:   6-8  
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KDSawyers31
7 rubric Tasks       popup preivew  
Assess work done in Literacy Centers (tasks)

Grade Levels:   K-5  
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Colleenmschweis
8 rubric Reading aloud       popup preivew  
Reading aloud in Spanish

Grade Levels:   9-12   Undergrad  
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spanteacher37
9 rubric Independent Reading       popup preivew  
Assess work done during Independent Reading

Grade Levels:   K-5  
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petersons2
10 rubric Weekly Reading Log - Home       popup preivew  
With this rubric I will be able to rate how well you are keeping up with your reading log. Remember that extensive reading is the best way to become a great reader!

Grade Levels:   K-5  
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petersons2
11 rubric Story Elements: , Beginning, Middle, & End       popup preivew  
The learner will provide a description of the key points of the beginning, middle, and end of a story through class discussion.

Grade Levels:   K-5  
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texas26
12 rubric Reading Fluency       popup preivew  
Assessing Student Reading Fluency in the Elementary Grades

Grade Levels:   K-5  
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flsoeiro
13 rubric Independent Reading       popup preivew  
Assess work done during Independent Reading

Grade Levels:   K-5  
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cmcnevich
14 rubric Independent Reading       popup preivew  
Assess work done during Independent Reading

Grade Levels:   K-5  
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cmcnevich
15 rubric Reading Group Discussion Rubric       popup preivew  
Rubric for teacher or student use in evaluating novel discussion

Grade Levels:   6-8  
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cmcnevich
16 rubric Book Report - Fiction Due: September 29, 2014       popup preivew  
The book report should include: a colorful cover page with your name, the date, the title of the book, the author's name, and an illustration. The first paragraph should include the title, the author, the genre, and a complete description of the main characters. Descriptive settings, a plot summary, and main events should be included. Why did you like or dislike the book? Would you recommend this book to others? The report should include a summary of the author's overall theme of the book.

Grade Levels:   6-8  
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Conian
17 rubric Book Report Rubric       popup preivew  
The student will fill out a book report form on a book of their choice. They will need to fill out Book Report form correctly as well as draw a picture of what they saw in the book. Student will then give presentations of their book to the class.

Grade Levels:   K-5  
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Jenniferpvega
18 rubric Main Idea and Supporting Details Rubric       popup preivew  

Grade Levels:   K-5  
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cmcnevich
19 rubric Formal assessment: Prepared Reading       popup preivew  
Students read an exerpt which they have prepared in advance.

Grade Levels:   9-12  
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jonmat
20 rubric Written Book Report Rubric       popup preivew  
This book report will contain multiple paragraphs and will be limited to one page. Student name, date and block should appear in upper right corner of the page. First: The report should include the title and author of the book and a complete description of the main characters. Second: Descriptive Settings should be included (When and where did the story takes place?). Third: The main events should be included (What happened in the story?). Fourth: Why did you like or dislike the book? Fifth: Would you recommend this book to other fifth graders. Sixth: The report should include a summary of the author's overall message and/or the theme of the book. 4-EP, 3-SP, 2-LP, 1-PA

Grade Levels:   K-5   6-8  
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