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iRubric: Class Participation Grade rubric

iRubric: Class Participation Grade rubric

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Class Participation Grade

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Rubric Code: KX8CCB9
(20 POINTS - 4 points each section) Below is a chart that shows you exactly how your class participation grade will be determined. All students are expected to participate in class! I do understand that some students are shy and participate in ways other than class discussion. Forms of participation other than participating in class discussion (although this is a primary form of participation) include coming to me for extra help, giving other students feedback in class, adhering to the no-voice and no-phone rule, consistent attendance, and being able to answer in-class ASL dialogue from both the teacher and other students. NOTE: If you get to the point of having a fair/poor participation grade in one or more areas, it will probably be recommended that you withdraw from the class, as you probably will not be able to keep up with the material. If a student is absent, s/he losts points on the punctuality grade rubric also.
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Categories: Subjects: English   Foreign Languages   Political Science  
Types: Attendance   (Other)  
Grade Levels: K-5, Undergraduate

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100 %
  Excellent
4 pts
Good
3 pts
Fair
2 pts
Poor
1 pts or no points
On Task /Productivity
25 %
Excellent

EXCELLENT
Student is always on task, takes excellent notes and data
Good

GOOD
Student is on most of the time, is good at note taking and recording data
Fair

FAIR
Student has trouble staying on task. Stays on task every once in a while and has to be constantly redirected. Has a difficult time taking notes.
Poor

POOR
Student is never on task. No real effort in taking notes
Responding
25 % Asking and Responding to Questions
Excellent

EXCELLENT
Student is always raising hands / willing to respond and ask questions, Allows other students to respond
Good

GOOD
Student usually raises hand to respond, Sometimes answers without raising hand and being called on
Fair

FAIR
Student sometimes raises hand. Has a difficult time answering
Poor

POOR
Student never responds to questions and does not allow others to respond
LEVEL OF ENGAGEMENT AND BEHAVIOR
25 % Participates in class and class activities
Excellent

EXCELLENT
Student often asks questions, participates in pair/group discussions.
Good

GOOD
Student sometimes asks questions, and participates in pair/group discussions.
Fair

FAIR
Student rarely participates in class, struggles with pair/group discussions.
Poor

POOR
Student never participates in class, does not participate in pair/group discussions.
PREPARATION / USE OF MATERIALS
25 % Brings all materials.
Excellent

EXCELLENT
Student is always prepared for class with assignments and required materials. 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. Student may need 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. Student may need 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 may need to be prompted to take notes.



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