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iRubric: Flight 307 Discussion Rubric 2013

iRubric: Flight 307 Discussion Rubric 2013

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Flight 307 Discussion Rubric 2013

  Derived from rubric: Flight 307 Blogging Rubric 2013
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Rubric Code: EACA3C
Use the following criteria to successfully participate in classroom discussions this year/semester. While the protocols & format for each discussion may vary, this criteria will remain.
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Categories: Subjects: English  
Types: Project  
Grade Levels: 9-12

Powered by iRubric Flight 307 Discussion Rubric
  Socratic Fist Bumps!
97 pts Exceeds the Standard
Charlie Rose Handshakes
85 pts Meets the Standard
Cable News Head Nods
65 pts Partially Meets the Standard
Silent Shake of the Head
50 pts Does Not Yet Meet the Standard
Demonstrating Understanding
To what extent do your comments demonstrate understanding of reading & other texts? (READING)
Socratic Fist Bumps!

I love how you convey meaningful, unique, insights about the texts through your comments and citing specific moments in the texts.
Charlie Rose Handshakes

I like how you convey meaningful understandings of the texts through your comments and references to moments in the texts.
Cable News Head Nods

I noticed that sometimes your comments don't always demonstrate an understanding of the texts. It feels at times you are trying to avoid direct discussion of the texts. How might you better show you "get it?"
Silent Shake of the Head

What's up? I'm not hearing much from you or hearing evidence of understanding the texts. How can I help?
Effective Speaking & Listening
To what extent do you demonstrate active speaking and listening? (Speaking & Listening)
Socratic Fist Bumps!

I love how you demonstrated active listening & speaking throughout the discussion by using skills such as eye contact, leaning in, follow up questions, clarifying questions and more.
Charlie Rose Handshakes

I like how you demonstrated active listening & speaking through most of the discussion by using skills such as eye contact, leaning in, follow up questions, clarifying questions and more.
Cable News Head Nods

I noticed you only demonstrated active listening & speaking skills through parts of the discussion. At times you seemed quite disconnected. How might you better show you are tuned in?
Silent Shake of the Head

What's up? You seemed to be somewhere else during the discussion. How can I help you to better listen and help your voice be heard?
Making Connections
To what extent do you connect to the ideas of others? (AI/HoM Empathy & Understanding)
Socratic Fist Bumps!

I love how you built upon the ideas of others throughout the discussion and, even if you disagreed, you demonstrated you understand others' points of view. (Yes, and!)
Charlie Rose Handshakes

I like how you built upon some of the ideas of others in the room and acknowledge points of view other than your own. (Yes, but)
Cable News Head Nods

I noticed that you seemed to be butting heads with others a great deal or just seemed to be supporting only your ideas. How might you find a way to turn clash into critical construction? (No, way)
Silent Shake of the Head

What's up? You seemed to be living in something of a bubble today. How can I help you build upon the ideas of others? (Huh?)



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