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iRubric: Class Participation Grade Criteria rubric

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Class Participation Grade Criteria

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Rubric Code: H47B68
Below is a chart that shows you exactly how your class participation grade will be evaluated. All students are expected to participate in class! Students should understand that their participation mark begins at 0 and then is built up through active participation. Students DO NOT automatically recieve a perfect participation mark at the beginning of the term and then "lose points" through non-participation.
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Categories: Subjects: Foreign Languages  
Types: Attendance  
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Can be used by professor, as well as by students for self-assessment and correction.
  Excellent
0 pts
Good
0 pts
Fair
0 pts
Poor
0 pts or no points
ATTENDANCE
Excellent

EXCELLENT
Student is always on time and regularly attends classes.
Good

GOOD
Student is late to class twice or less and regularly attends classes.
Fair

FAIR
Student may or may not attend class regularly (three absences) and may be late sometimes.
Poor

POOR
Student has four or more absences in the semester and may be late to class sometimes.
PUNCTUALITY
Excellent

EXCELLENT
Student is on time regularly or early for class.
Good

GOOD
Student is usually on time or early (one or two tardies).
Fair

FAIR
Student is sometimes on time (three or four tardies).
Poor

POOR
Student is often late, four or more times.
PREPARATION
Excellent

EXCELLENT
Student is always prepared for class with assignments and required materials punctually. Student takes notes without being prompted to.
Good

GOOD
Student is usually prepared for class with assignments and required materials, possibly attempting to submit some materials late. Sometimes, student needs to be prompted to take notes.
Fair

FAIR
Student is frequently unprepared for class with assignments and required materials, possibly attempting to submit some materials late. Often, student needs to be prompted to take notes.
Poor

POOR
Student is almost always unprepared for class with assignments and required materials, possibly attempting to submit some materials late. Student almost always needs to be prompted to take notes.
LEVEL OF ENGAGEMENT AND BEHAVIOR
Excellent

EXCELLENT
Student asks questions, participates in pair/group discussions and does not blatantly use cell phone at all.
Good

GOOD
Student asks questions, and participates in pair/group discussions. May have blatantly used cell phone at least once.
Fair

FAIR
Student rarely participates in class, struggles with pair/group discussions. May have blatantly used cell phone two or three times.
Poor

POOR
Student never participates in class, does not participate in pair/group discussions. May have blatantly used cell phone four or more times.
ATTITUDE
Excellent

EXCELLENT
Student always presents a positive attitude towards the course, their fellow students, and their professor.
Good

GOOD
Student usually presents a positive attitude towards the course, their fellow students, and their professor.
Fair

FAIR
Student sometimes presents a positive attitude towards the course, their fellow students, and their professor.
Poor

POOR
Student never presents a positive attitude towards the course, their fellow students, and their professor.
BEHAVIOR
Excellent

EXCELLENT
Student always behaves morally and appropriately with other students and professor, both inside and outside the classroom.
Good

GOOD
Student usually behaves morally and appropriately with other students and professor, both inside and outside the classroom.
Fair

FAIR
Student sometimes behaves morally and appropriately with other students and professor, both inside and outside the classroom.
Poor

POOR
Student never behaves morally and appropriately with other students and professor, both inside and outside the classroom.



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