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iRubric: Journal Entry Notebook rubric

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Journal Entry Notebook

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Rubric Code: RX8B3W7
Students need to have journal entries for Law classes. You will put all journal entries in your portfolio folder withall questions and responses to the question. Requirements: Have a journal notebook Have journal entry questions and responses All stray papers must be stapled into journal notebook
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Keywords: Law journal entry
Categories: Subjects: English   Health   Law   Science  
Types: Project   Writing   Assessment  
Grade Levels: 9-12

Powered by iRubric Law Journal Entry
100 %
  Excellent
25 pts
Good
20 pts
Fair
15 pts
Poor
10 pts
Topic/journal entries
25 %
Excellent

Has all journal entries (questions and responses).

Stays on topic the whole time.
Good

Has most journal entries (questions and responses).

Stays on topic most of the time.
Fair

Has some journal entries (questions and responses).

Stays on topic some of the time.
Poor

Has less than 2 entries (questions and responses).

Does not stay on topic.
Organization
25 %
Excellent

Ideas are organized logically, clearly in a meaningful manner. Journal entries are all in order.
Good

Ideas are organized in a clear and meaningful manner. Most of the journal entries are in order.
Fair

Ideas are somewhat organized. Journal entries are kind of in order. Not all entries in notebook.
Poor

Ideas are not organized. Journal entries not in correct order.
Understanding
25 %
Excellent

Responses are creative and include accurate details that make responses unique to student.
Good

Responses include many details that make responses unique to student.
Fair

Student attempts to include detail.

Responses are general comments, not unique.
Poor

Limited details

Responses are limited and very general.

Not unique
Grammar
25 %
Excellent

All sentences are complete. Every sentence ends in a punctuation mark. There are no easy spelling errors.
Good

Mostl sentences are complete. Most sentences ends in a punctuation mark. There are some easy spelling errors.
Fair

Fewl sentences are complete. Few sentences ends in a punctuation mark. There are many easy spelling errors.
Poor

None of the sentences are legible. There is no grammatical order.



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