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iRubric: Response Essay Rubric

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Response Essay Rubric

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Rubric Code: AX8B573
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.
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Categories: Subjects: English   Health   Humanities  
Types: Writing   ePortfolio   Reflection  
Grade Levels: 9-12, Undergraduate

Powered by iRubric Reflective Essay Rubric
  Poor
2 pts
Fair
3 pts
Good
4 pts
Excellent
5 pts
Depth of reflection
Poor

Writing demonstrates lack of reflection on the selected topic, with no details. Student failed to answer reflection questions.
Fair

Writing demonstrates a minimal reflection on the selected topic, including a few supporting details and examples. Student attempted to answer reflection questions.
Good

Writing demonstrates a general reflection on the selected topic, including some suporting details and examples.
Excellent

Writing demonstrates an in-depth reflection on the selected topic Supporting details and/or examples are clearly identified.
Required components
Poor

Writing does not include the required components of the selected topic.
Fair

Writing includes the a few components of the selected topic.
Good

Writing includes the required components of the selected topic.
Excellent

Writing surpasses the required components of the selected topic.
Quality of Information
Poor

Information has little to do with the main topics. Student went off topic; did not use material given.
Fair

Information clearly relates to the main topics. No details and/or examples are given.
Good

Information clearly relates to the main topics. It provides 1-2 supporting details and/or examples.
Excellent

Information clearly relates to the main topics. It includes several supporting details and/or examples.
Structure & Organization
Poor

Writing unclear, disorganized. Thoughts make little to no sense.
Fair

Writing is unclear, and thoughts are not well organized. Thoughts are not expressed in a logical manner.
Good

Writing is mostly clear, concise, and organized with the use of excellent sentence/paragraph structure. Thoughts are expressed in a logical manner.
Excellent

Writing is clear, concise, and well organized with the use of excellent sentence/paragraph structure. Thoughts are expressed in a logical manner.
Grammar
Poor

There are numerous spelling or grammatical errors.
Fair

There are 3-5 spelling or grammatical errors.
Good

There are 1 -2 spelling or grammatical errors.
Excellent

There are no spelling or grammar errors.
Maximum Points:
A maximum of 5 points for each row is obtainable.

TOTAL AVAILABLE POINTS: 25



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