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iRubric: Kindergarten Library Media/Information Literacy rubric

iRubric: Kindergarten Library Media/Information Literacy rubric

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Kindergarten Library Media/Information Literacy built by melissavr

Rubric Code: H482W2
3 Standards of Learning - Kindergarten
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  Struggling
1 pts
Fair
2 pts
Good
3 pts
Information Literacy Objectives
LM.K.1.1 recognize library and book terms (e.g., title, author, illustrator, cover, spine and pages).
LM.K.1.2 recognize print, non-print and electronic resources (e.g., books, newspapers, magazines, CD software).
LM.K.1.3 recognize ABC order.
Struggling

The student demonstrates substantial need for the development of fundamental knowledge and skills, characterized by fragmented and incomplete performance in Information Literacy. Performance needs considerable development. The student, with assistance, recognizes some library and book terms in both print and non-print format. He/she sporadically demonstrates ABC
Fair

The student demonstrates basic but inconsistent performance of fundamental knowledge and skills characterized by errors and/or omissions in Information Literacy. The student occasionally recognizes library and book terms in both print and non-print format. He/she demonstrates limited use of ABC order.
Good

The student demonstrates competent and proficient performance and shows a thorough and effective application of knowledge and skills that exceeds the standard in Information Literacy.
The student identifies library and book terms in both print and non-print format. He/she effectively applies ABC order.
Independent Learning Objectives
LM.K.2.1 tell the purpose and activities of the LMC (e.g. types of materials,
circulation, procedures, storytelling).
LM.K.2.2 select and check out books on an appropriate level.
LM.K.2.3 good library citizenship: proper use and treatment of print materials and electronic equipment.
LM.K.2.4 identify story elements and make predictions about a story.
LM.K.2.5 listen and respond to various types of literature.
Struggling

The student demonstrates substantial need for the development of fundamental knowledge and skills characterized by fragmented and incomplete performance in Independent Learning. Performance needs considerable development. With considerable assistance, the student names activities associated with the LMC. He/she rarely recognizes good library citizenship. The student seldom finds story elements or rarely responds to various types of literature.
Fair

The student demonstrates basic but inconsistent performance of fundamental knowledge and skills characterized by errors and/or omissions in Independent Learning. With assistance, the student names the activities associated with the LMC. He/she occasionally recognizes good library citizenship. The student, with prompts, notices story elements and partially responds to various types of literary genres.
Good

The student demonstrates fundamental course or grade level knowledge and skills by showing consistent and accurate performance that meets the standard in Independent Learning. The student names the activities associated with the LMC. He/she identifies good library citizenship. The student identifies story elements and responds to various types of literary genres.
Social Responsibility Objectives
LM.K.3.1 acknowledge the right of classmates to express opinions of their own.
LM.K.3.2 acknowledge ownership of one’s work.
LM.K.3.3 illustrate and share information for teacher publication (e.g., class book, class story, picture
book).
Struggling

The student demonstrates substantial need for the development of fundamental knowledge and skills, characterized by fragmented and incomplete performance in Social Responsibility. Performance needs considerable development. The student makes minimal attempts in sharing his/her opinions and information with the class. He/she seldom acknowledges ownership of his/her work.
Fair

The student demonstrates basic but inconsistent performance of fundamental knowledge and skills characterized by errors and/or omissions in Social Responsibility. The student inconsistently shares his/her opinions with classmates and accepts the opinions of others. He/she inconsistently demonstrates the concept of ownership of his/her work. The student inconsistently illustrates and shares information for teacher publication.
Good

The student demonstrates fundamental course or grade level knowledge and skills by showing consistent and accurate academic performance that meets the standard in Social Responsibility. The student shares his/her opinions with classmates and accepts opinions of others. He/she identifies his/her work on a regular basis. The student illustrates and shares information for teacher publication.



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