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1 rubric French Written Presentational Task Rubric       popup preivew  
Used for Written tasks such as compositions, post cards, letters, dialogues, stories

Grade Levels:   9-12  
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daorose
2 rubric 3rd grade Informational Paragraph       popup preivew  
Informational (non-fiction) paragraph writing on thriving, threatened, or endangered species.

Grade Levels:   K-5  
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deezgraz
3 rubric Poetry Slam       popup preivew  
Oral Presentation

Grade Levels:   6-8  
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jcoppin
4 rubric Scientific Method Essay       popup preivew  
Scientific Method: The student will be able to relate the steps in the Scientific Method and why and how each step is critical to the proper conduct of a scientific experiment.

Grade Levels:   K-5  
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didisantana5
5 rubric Historical Fiction Shortstories       popup preivew  
This rubric will be used to grade your final researched fiction writing piece. To make sure to get full points, make sure that you have done all that the rubric asks for.

Grade Levels:   6-8   9-12  
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AnnezK
6 rubric Reflection paper       popup preivew  
This is a rubric designed to measure a student's reflection on a given theme. Identify your present thinking about technology after eight weeks of this course. What are the biggest challenges facing you concerning the future use of technologies within your environments? Describe your thoughts and connections concerning what you have learned during the first 8 weeks of this course. • What shifts have occurred in your initial thinking about technology and its relationship to learning? • What has surprised you the most from the readings and videos? • Do you feel you have a better understanding of technology’s role in society today and in the future? • Cover the following: o Background / History of the technology o Applications of the technology o Potential impacts of the technology o Pros / Cons of the technology

Grade Levels:   Grad  
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Nannieg
7 rubric Portfolio Research Section - Scientific - Fall 2012       popup preivew  
This is the rubric for grading scientific literature research in the Research section of the Student Portfolios in the Integrated Projects Curriculum of Messiah College Engineering Department. (v1.0, created 10/11 by BR, v2.0, revised 03/12 by BR, v2.1, revised 09/12 by TV)

Grade Levels:   Undergrad  
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mpurio
8 rubric Script Project Rubric       popup preivew  
Students will spend the semester creating an original script as a final project. The script can either be a stage play, screenplay, or teleplay. Students are allowed to choose their topic, script type, and are given opportunities throughout the semester to write it.

Grade Levels:   9-12  
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eaginger
9 rubric StoryMaker       popup preivew  
It is your time to take all the words we have learned and made into a book.

Grade Levels:   K-5  
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victoriakenow
10 rubric Rubric for Reading Comprehension       popup preivew  
Students are required to write a paper after presentation.

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simplayaashton
11 rubric Group Summary/Individual Summary       popup preivew  
-Used in assessing Summary Essays.

Grade Levels:   9-12  
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janelleduquette
12 rubric Expressive Writing Rubric       popup preivew  

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LeighHayes
13 rubric Personal Response Essay       popup preivew  
Five paragraph essay

Grade Levels:   6-8   9-12  
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nina1974
14 rubric Writing: Short Story 4th and 5th grade       popup preivew  
Upon completion of in-class practice of identifying and writing short stories that contain the main parts of a story, the learner will be able to effectively write and identify what components make up a story through descriptive details. With greater focus on Organization and word choice in the students writing.

Grade Levels:   K-5  
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kalynukm
15 rubric Personal Narrative       popup preivew  
Transform an experience into a personal narrative that can be published online. Narrative should be between 500 and 1000 words.

Grade Levels:   9-12  
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kaliber411
16 rubric Book Critique Rubric       popup preivew  
Students read a book and review the book they have read 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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tspradlin
17 rubric Persuasive Essay Rubric       popup preivew  
Write a persuasive argument using one of the given prompts. The persuasive essay must contain at least 5 fully developed supporting paragraphs . You should incorporate all eight persuasive appeals in your writing.

Grade Levels:   9-12   Undergrad  
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thaifrog
18 rubric Paragraph Structure Assessment       popup preivew  
The students wrote a paragraph summary on the autobiography they skimmed through.

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scostello1965
19 rubric Script Project Rubric       popup preivew  
Students will spend the semester creating an original script as a final project. The script will be a stage play. Students are to choose a common high school issue like bullying or racism, and are given opportunities throughout the semester to write it.

Grade Levels:   9-12  
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simon210
20 rubric Creating a Myth to find the origin of destructing behaviors       popup preivew  
After reading different Greek Myths and having a class discussion, the students will write their own myth/legend. The myth/legend must follow the myth/legend format. Students will work in groups to design a myth/legend of how humans came to be in the actual auto destructing behavior that they are now. Upon completion groups will come up with a solution.

Grade Levels:   6-8  
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