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1 rubric Retelling Rubric (King of the Castle)       popup preivew  
For use with the story, "King of the Castle"

Grade Levels:   K-5  
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luchlopez
2 rubric First Grade Reading Comprehension       popup preivew  
Assessing Story Retelling to Demonstrate Comprehension

Grade Levels:   K-5  
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jdellasperanza
3 rubric 3 little pigs vs 3 little pigs       popup preivew  
compare and contrast two different three little pigs book

Grade Levels:   K-5  
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peggycbrannon
4 rubric Reading Response Journal Rubric       popup preivew  
Students complete reading response journals based on books read in class or as homework.

Grade Levels:   K-5  
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schoolfish
5 rubric Reading Comprehrension       popup preivew  

Grade Levels:   K-5  
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tovarje
6 rubric Persuasive Letter       popup preivew  
Convince me that your author should come to our Book Bistro!

Grade Levels:   6-8  
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lslewis
7 rubric Mobile Rubric -Science Fiction Book Report       popup preivew  
Create a mobile about the story. The mobile must include the title of the story, the name of the author, setting, and characters of the story. The mobile must have at least 5 moving parts and each part must have a couple sentences to explain each picture.

Grade Levels:   K-5  
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mrs_skidmore
8 rubric Identifying The Theme - scoring guide       popup preivew  
Scoring guide to measure how well someone has identified and explained a theme from a literary work. This uses a 1 - 5 scale to be in sync with our school's grade scale.

Grade Levels:   6-8  
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Renee56
9 rubric First Grade Reading Comprehension       popup preivew  
Assessing Story Retelling to Demonstrate Comprehension

Grade Levels:   K-5  
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toncin
10 rubric Character Analysis       popup preivew  
Write a short analysis of one of the characters in "To Kill a Mockingbird." In one paragraph, explain the character’s relationship, motivation, influence, or conflict. Use evidence to support the explanation. In an additional paragraph, extend this element of the character and connect it to the plot. You may explain something that has happened with the character using your above analysis. You may predict something that will happen to the character using your above analysis.

Grade Levels:   6-8  
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nwalter71
11 rubric Automotive Service Technology: COMPREHENSION QUESTIONS       popup preivew  
Students are required to answer reading comprehension questions after class readings. Answers must be written in complete sentences.

Grade Levels:   9-12  
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Pdinatale
12 rubric Recitation       popup preivew  
Rubric for scoring recitation of prose piece. Based on NJCL sight recitation judging.

Grade Levels:   9-12  
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haroldsalcedocu
13 rubric Recitation       popup preivew  
Rubric for scoring recitation of prose piece. Based on NJCL sight recitation judging.

Grade Levels:   9-12  
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haroldsalcedocu
14 rubric Book Discussion       popup preivew  
Small group discussions about a book all students have completed reading.

Grade Levels:   6-8  
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egorteach
15 rubric Kindergarten Reading/Comprehension       popup preivew  
rubric for kindergarten reading and comprehension

Grade Levels:   K-5  
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toncin
16 rubric Effort and Achievement       popup preivew  
Trig rubric

Grade Levels:   K-5  
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khuizenga
17 rubric Book Club Newspaper       popup preivew  
Together with your group create a newspaper based on your book. Choose events from your story and develop them into newspaper articles (remember to answer the 5 Wh- questions). Include colorful drawings that reflect the part of the book you are reading at present. Create ads for sales of various things that would be of interest to your characters. Choose an unfamiliar word, explain its meaning and use it in a sentence. Select a quote that is significant for the part of the book you are reading now. Make sure your newspaper is neat, shows creativity, and it is free of grammar, spelling and punctuation errors. Be ready to present your newspaper and explain your choices to the whole class. Every student is required to write at least one article, preferably two, contribute a drawing, create an ad, and choose a word of the week and a quote of the week for the newspaper.

Grade Levels:   K-5  
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daniellemasi14
18 rubric Listening and Responding       popup preivew  
RL.K.1 Listens to and respond to a text.

Grade Levels:   K-5  
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tyidemudia
19 rubric Text Structure       popup preivew  
Students will demonstrate their understanding of expository text structure (comparison/contrast, cause/effect, sequence of events, problem/ solution, and description/list) They will read an article and find the correct expository text structure used. They will complete the appropriate graphic organizer for the text structure.

Grade Levels:   K-5   6-8  
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kcarta
20 rubric Text Structure       popup preivew  
Students will demonstrate their understanding of expository text structure (comparison/contrast, cause/effect, sequence of events, problem/ solution, and description/list) They will read an article and find the correct expository text structure used. They will complete the appropriate graphic organizer for the text structure.

Grade Levels:   K-5   6-8  
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kcarta
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