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1 rubric Newspaper Article Summary Rubric       popup preivew  
Choose a current full-length article from a major newspaper or news website that reports on current events. Write a summary of the article and a response to it. Please see "News Article Format" handout for additional directions.

Grade Levels:   9-12  
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2 rubric Newspaper Article Summary Rubric       popup preivew  
Choose a current full-length article from a major newspaper or news website that reports on current events. Write a summary of the article and a response to it. Please see "News Article Format" handout for additional directions.

Grade Levels:   9-12  
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3 rubric Newspaper Article Summary Rubric - McDermott       popup preivew  
Write a summary of the article "Could Humans Actually Live on Mars."

Grade Levels:   9-12  
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4 rubric Response Essay Rubric       popup preivew  
This rubric is to be used to write a reflective essay Reflection over the material and how you internalize the information for yourself is expected to be reflected within the essay. You must comment on the material.

Grade Levels:   9-12   Undergrad  
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5 rubric Business Letter: Complaint       popup preivew  
Business letter written for a complaint. Students were asked to use a business letter format to write a letter in which they would outline a complaint with a product, company, etc...

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6 rubric Archetypal Epic Hero Essay       popup preivew  

Grade Levels:   9-12  
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7 rubric Central Idea Essay Rubric       popup preivew  
Identify two central ideas from the article, "Lost Cities: Pompeii, preserved by disaster, risks ruin all over again." Write a short 4-paragraph essay that explains the central idea of the article. Use at least two details from the article to support your response.

Grade Levels:   9-12  
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8 rubric Argument Essay       popup preivew  
This rubric is for evaluating argument essays and the ability to formulate argumentative writings. You read 3 articles in class and used a template to write your argument. The assignment is to write a 5- paragraph argument, including a counter argument, on whether cell phones should be allowed for academic purposes in the classroom.

Grade Levels:   9-12  
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9 rubric Characterization Analysis       popup preivew  
Analyze how the author directly and indirectly characterizes one character from a short story of Edgar Allen Poe's.

Grade Levels:   9-12  
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10 rubric Writing a Short Story Sequel       popup preivew  
Students are to write a sequel to a short story read in class that demonstrates their understanding of the stages of plot and the characteristics of a short story.

Grade Levels:   9-12  
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11 rubric Writing a Short Story Sequel       popup preivew  
Students are to write a sequel to a short story read in class that demonstrates their understanding of the stages of plot and the characteristics of a short story.

Grade Levels:   9-12  
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12 rubric A Persuasive Letter       popup preivew  
Write a persuasive letter to Srooge convincing him to change his cranky and negative ways. Include at least two-to- three reasons convincing Scrooge. The persuasive essay must contain 3 or more . You should incorporate persuasive strategies and voice in your writing.

Grade Levels:   6-8   9-12  
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13 rubric Narrative Essay Rubric       popup preivew  
Evaluates a narrative/personal essay

Grade Levels:   6-8  
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14 rubric Narrative Essay Rubric-Comp I       popup preivew  
Evaluates a narrative/personal essay

Grade Levels:   Undergrad  
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15 rubric Compare and Contrast       popup preivew  
Students were to write an essay using 2 Historical Fiction stories as their base texts. They were to compare and contrast the two stories for their characters and traits, historical time periods and settings, and their themes.

Grade Levels:   6-8  
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16 rubric General Essay Rubric       popup preivew  
The purpose of this rubric is to allow the younger student to know what the expectations are for writing a comparing/contrasting essay. The student will compare and contrast the two mothers in the novel "Walk Two Moons".

Grade Levels:   6-8  
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17 rubric Biography Book Report       popup preivew  
Assessment of biography book report

Grade Levels:   6-8  
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18 rubric Mystery Book Report       popup preivew  
A grading rubric for 8th grade written book reports for the first marking period

Grade Levels:   6-8  
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19 rubric Mystery Book Report       popup preivew  
A grading rubric for 7th and 8th grades written book reports for the third quarter marking period.

Grade Levels:   6-8  
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20 rubric Mystery Book Report       popup preivew  
A grading rubric for 8th grade written book reports for the first marking period

Grade Levels:   6-8  
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