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iRubric: Critical Reading Rubric

iRubric: Critical Reading Rubric

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Critical Reading Rubric

  Derived from rubric: Learning Station Rubric
built by thewhites132

Rubric Code: R5C966
Used to assess how well students participate, engage one another, meet the objectives and accomplish the tasks set at a self-directed learning station
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Keywords: critical thinking, English, reading, learning center, learning station
Categories: Subjects: English   Social Sciences  
Types: Exam   Project   Assignment  
Grade Levels: K-5

Powered by iRubric Critical Reading
  Exceeds standard
6 pts
Meet Standard
4 pts
Does not meet standard
2 pts
Group Tasks
Exceeds standard

Group work is complete with little or no variance from objectives or task.
Meet Standard

Group work is acceptable quality, but varies slightly from the objectives or Tasks.
Does not meet standard

Group work is incomplete.
Group work is the product of 1 or 2 individuals.
Author's Purpose
Exceeds standard

Students' state the correct purpose of author and give explanation of conclusion.
Meet Standard

Students' state correct purpose of author.
Does not meet standard

Students' do not state correct purpose of author.
Summary
Exceeds standard

Students' summarize book including inferential details about characters and explanations for inference (i.e. words with connotations)
Meet Standard

Students summarize book with vague details of inferences about characters and at least one example of connotations.
Does not meet standard

Students' summarize book incorrectly with little or no character details or connotations.
Tone
Exceeds standard

Students' give correct assessment on how the tone and opinion of the characters change from the beginning to the end of the book. More than one example is also included.
Meet Standard

Students' give a vague assessment, right or wrong, on how the tone and opinion of characters change from the beginning to the end of the book. At least one example is included.
Does not meet standard

Students' give incorrect assessment of how the tone and opinion of characters change from the beginning to the end of the book. No, or incorrect examples are given.



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