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iRubric: Harriet Tubman: Character Analysis Journal Assignment rubric

iRubric: Harriet Tubman: Character Analysis Journal Assignment rubric

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Harriet Tubman: Character Analysis Journal Assignment built by m007gbond

Rubric Code: J43753
Write a journal entry from the perspective of Harriet Tubman. Include the character's traits and activities which you gained from the text. Each idea must be supported with evidence from the text or previous Tubman discussion.
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Categories: Subjects: English  
Types: Reading   Assignment   Writing  
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Powered by iRubric Character Analysis
  Master
4 pts
Proficient
3 pts
Basic
2 pts
Learning Challenge
1 pts
Interpretation
Master

Interpretation of the character is accurate and is focused on comprehension of the most significant character elements in the text.
Proficient

Interpretation of the character is accurate and based on comprehension of text.
Basic

Interpretation of the character is mostly accurate. Comprehension of text presents a challenge for the student.
Learning Challenge

Interpretation of the character is inaccurate and evidences a learning challenge in comprehension of text.
Supporting Evidence
Master

The evidence strongly and insightfully supports the interpretation.
Proficient

The evidence accurately supports the interpretation.
Basic

The evidence somewhat supports the interpretation.
Learning Challenge

The evidence does not clearly support the interpretation.
Application of Character
Master

Character interpretation is extended beyond explanation through detailed elaboration.
Proficient

Interpretation is extended through brief elaboration but the explanation is unclear and difficult to understand.
Basic

Interpretation is not extended beyond the explanation and support. The explanation is brief and insufficient in order for the reader to fully understand any connection.
Learning Challenge

Interpretation is not extended beyond the explanation and support. Connection does not follow logically from character interpretation.
Organization and Grammar
Master

Entry contains effective expository form discussed in class and contains at least one paragraph. There is a logical and well-thought-out organization of body paragraphs and sentences within them. There are few errors in grammar, usage, mechanics, or sentence structure.
Proficient

Entry contains most parts of expository form as covered in class and is written in one paragraph. There is little evidence that organization of paragraphs and sentences within them was well-thought-out. There are some errors in grammar, usage, mechanics, or sentence structure.
Basic

Entry contains ineffective expository introduction and conclusion and one written paragraph. There is little to no organization of body paragraphs or sentences within them. There are many errors in grammar, usage, mechanics, or sentence structure.
Learning Challenge

Entry may contain the minimum paragraph but all are lacking the detail and effectiveness necessary to inform the reader and analyze the character. No prior organization is evident. The frequency of errors in grammar, usage, mechanics, or sentence structure inhibit understanding for the reader.



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