RCampus - Learning, ePortfolios, Assessments, Outcomes
Enter your login name here, or click here to go to the login page.
Enter your password:
forgot?   | click here to create a free account.
iRubric: WildWrose Notebook Rubric

iRubric: WildWrose Notebook Rubric

preview rubric

 

edit print email Copy to my rubrics Bookmark test run apply to... delete

WildWrose Notebook Rubric

  Derived from rubric: Reading Response Journal
built by Wildwrose

Rubric Code: NX92244
For daily notebook prompts
ready Ready to use    public Public Rubric

Directly link to this rubric or embed it on your website:
url:
link:
embed:
Keywords: Writing Prompts
Categories: Subjects: English  
Types: Reading   Writing  
Grade Levels: 6-8, 9-12

Powered by iRubric Notebook Daily Prompts
  Level 1
1 pts
Level 2
2 pts
Level 3
3 pts
Level 4
4 pts
Quantity of Work
Are the student's responses in their journal enough to provide a complete answer?
Level 1

Entry is too short and too rushed to explain ideas and thoughts the student has about the prompt.
Level 2

Entry is somewhat short in length for the idea, connection or question being asked to explain.
Level 3

Entry is appropriate in length for the idea, connection or question being explained.
Level 4

Entry length shows the student put extra effort and time into responding to the prompt.
Critical Thinking
Does the student's response demonstrate critical thought about the prompt?
Level 1

The student's response does not demonstrate critical thought about the prompt. Student response is brief, only shows in immediate thought in response to the prompt.
Level 2

The student's response demonstrates some critical thought. Student analyzed by contrast, comparison, synthesis or reflection his or her initial reaction to the prompt.
Level 3

The student's response demonstrates critical thought about the prompt. Student response shows thoughtful thinking, trying to consider different perspectives or compare deeply.
Level 4

The student's response demonstrates superior critical thought.
Use of Examples
Does the student's response demonstrate the use of supporting examples?
Level 1

Student response does not have any examples to support his or her ideas agreeing or disagreeing, or connecting and considering the prompt.
Level 2

Student response has at one example to support his or her first idea stated.
Level 3

Student response has well explained example to support his or her ideas.
Level 4

Student response has a developed response, or a couple of examples which support his or her ideas.



Discuss this rubric



Do more with this rubric:

Preview

Preview this rubric.

Edit

Modify this rubric.

Copy

Make a copy of this rubric and begin editing the copy.


Print

Show a printable version of this rubric.

Categorize

Add this rubric to multiple categories.

Bookmark

Bookmark this rubric for future reference.
Assess

Test run

Test this rubric or perform an ad-hoc assessment.

Grade

Build a gradebook to assess students.

Collaborate

Apply this rubric to any object and invite others to assess.
Share

Publish

Link, embed, and showcase your rubrics on your website.

Email

Email this rubric to a friend.

Discuss

Discuss this rubric with other members.
 

Do more with rubrics than ever imagined possible.

Only with iRubrictm.


Bookmark this page:   RCampus RCampus   twit this twitter   delicious del.icio.us   digg Digg   facebook Facebook  
About Education Sites & Communities My Account Support
About RCampus
Terms of Use
Security & Privacy
Site Map
Case Studies
Classrooms
ePortfolios
Rubrics
Coursework
Grades
Book Exchange
Tutors
Website Gallery
Basic Groups
Study Groups
Club websites
Faculty Groups
My Account Settings
My Messages
My Calendar
My To-do List
My Favorites
My Documents
Free Sign up
Log in
Help & FAQ
Contact Us
Copyright © 2017 Reazon Systems, Inc.  All rights reserved.