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1 rubric Reading Workshop       popup preivew  
Weekly Assessment of Reading Workshop; Circled criteria needs improvement.

Grade Levels:   K-5  
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bevgallagher24
2 rubric Scoring Rubric for Character Analysis       popup preivew  

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jkfish33
3 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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m11nunez
4 rubric Mrs. Lackey's 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 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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m11nunez
5 rubric Foldable Book Report       popup preivew  
Students will create a foldable book report iin the form of a book jacket. This report will describe the plot without giving away the ending and a critique of the book along with a short biographical sketch of the author. The spine of the book will duplicate those of books in media centers including call letters and AR book level. The front cover will be illustrated with book title and author.

Grade Levels:   6-8  
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m11nunez
6 rubric 6th Grade September Book Report Due: September 28, 2012       popup preivew  
Directions: The book report should include a colorful cover page with your name, the date, the title of the book, the author of the book, and an illustration. The first paragraph should include the title, author of the book, 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 message and/or the theme of the book.

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m11nunez
7 rubric Book Talk       popup preivew  
Book Talk Presentation Rubric

Grade Levels:   K-5   6-8  
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lespinosa
8 rubric Reading for Meaning       popup preivew  
Overall Expectation 1. Read & demonstrate an understanding of a variety of literary, graphic, & informational texts, using a range of strategies to construct meaning;

Grade Levels:   6-8  
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lbrown208
9 rubric Sight Word Identification       popup preivew  
When given the instruction "___, read these words" Kia will read the entire Dolch 1st grade sight word list (41 words) in isolation independently in 4 out of 5 opportunities as measured by teacher observation, data logs.

Grade Levels:   9-12  
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kbellonio
10 rubric Sequence of Events       popup preivew  
Students will sequence the events of a story they have read.

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steveca
11 rubric Main Idea and Supporting Details Rubric       popup preivew  
Students wrote the main idea and supporting details using a graphic organizer.

Grade Levels:   K-5  
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sherylgates
12 rubric Reading Response Rubric       popup preivew  
Students Respond based on texts and/or multi-media presentations presented in class. These responses will include but are not limited to exemplars related to the texts that support the reading/writing connection. Context is relevant.

Grade Levels:   6-8  
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danica1b
13 rubric Asking and Answering Questions       popup preivew  
Students will use the UNRAAVEL close reading strategy to ask and answer questions about an informational text on Mary McLeod Bethune. Students will ask and answer questions about the text, referring explicitly to the text for their answers.

Grade Levels:   K-5  
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jengault
14 rubric Book Report - Written Response to Independent Reading       popup preivew  
Simple book report rubric

Grade Levels:   6-8  
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sheilakelley
15 rubric Article Response Rubric       popup preivew  

Grade Levels:   6-8  
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alipace
16 rubric Rubric for Theme       popup preivew  
Students will be able to analyze and explain interpretation of themes in a novel. Students will explain how the author uses plot, setting, conflict, characters, and character motivation to develop a major theme (throughout novel) and minor themes.

Grade Levels:   6-8  
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danica1b
17 rubric AP Government Summary       popup preivew  

Grade Levels:   N/A
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NOguy84
18 rubric AP Government Summary       popup preivew  

Grade Levels:   9-12   Undergrad  
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NOguy84
19 rubric Independent-Reading Book Review Rubric       popup preivew  
Students read a book and review the book they have read using persuasive language to indicate the reader's opinion about the book. The reviewer summarizes the ideas of the book and recommends or does not recommend this book to another student based on insights he/she may have regarding the book.

Grade Levels:   6-8  
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msullivan5
20 rubric Independent-Reading Book Review Rubric       popup preivew  
Students read a book and review the book they have read using persuasive language to indicate the reader's opinion about the book. The reviewer summarizes the ideas of the book and recommends or does not recommend this book to another student based on insights he/she may have regarding the book. it is a critical analysis of the book. The scholar objectively evaluates whether the author(s) have fulfilled their objectives in the book and whether they have used persuasive and unbiased evidence to support their claims. Scholar also rates the book on a scale of 1-5 and provides details to support his/her rating.

Grade Levels:   6-8  
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