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iRubric: Double Entry Journal rubric

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Double Entry Journal

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Rubric Code: C56AC4
Students will summarize each chapter from the text on the left side of the journal. On the right side of the journal students will write at least 1-2 entries from each category of the following per chapter; Any predictions, observations, clarifications, personal connections about the chapter.
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Keywords: Double Entry Journal
Categories: Subjects: English  
Types: Writing  
Grade Levels: 6-8, 9-12

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  Limited
1 pts
Basic
2 pts
Proficient
3 pts
Advanced
4 pts
Summary
Limited

Summary is missing points and suggests a lack of understanding of the text. Response is considerably less than one page in length.
Basic

Summary is missing a few points, but indicates comprehension of the major points of the text. Response is at least a page in length.
Proficient

Summary is essentially complete and accurate, and response is at least a page in length.
Advanced

Summary is complete and accurate, and response is a page or more in length.
Connections to text
Limited

Connections to the literature or other relevant text connected to the text are missing or inaccurate. Little evidence from the text is provided.
Basic

A few connections are made to the literature or other relevant text connected to the prompt. Some evidence from the text is provided.
Proficient

Some connections are made to the literature or other relevant text connected to the prompt. Sufficient evidence from the text is provided.
Advanced

Connections are always made to the literature or other relevant text connected to the chapter. Ample evidence from the text is provided.
Grammar
Limited

Response and summary are poorly written and contains many distracting errors.
Basic

Response and summary are somewhat clearly written but contains distracting errors.
Proficient

Response and summary are clearly written and essentially free of distracting errors.
Advanced

Response and summary are well written and free of distracting errors.



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