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iRubric: Features of Nonfiction Text Rubric

iRubric: Features of Nonfiction Text Rubric

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Features of Nonfiction Text Rubric built by PattyRaines

Rubric Code: S3A2XX
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Keywords: Reading Nonfiction text
Categories: Subjects: Education  
Types: Reading  
Grade Levels: K-5, 6-8, 9-12, Undergraduate

Powered by iRubric Features of Nonfiction Text
  Always
3 pts
Sometimes
2 pts
Rarely/Never
1 pts
Difference
Students will understand the difference between nonfiction and fiction text
Always

During conferencing, the student always understands the difference between nonfiction and fiction text. The student can describe what type of text he or she is currently reading.
Sometimes

During conferencing, the student sometimes understands the difference between nonfiction and fiction text. At times, the student can describe what type of text he or she is currently reading. The student displays some confusions.
Rarely/Never

During conferencing, the student rarely/never understands the difference between nonfiction and fiction text. The student cannot describe what type of text he or she is currently reading. The student displays confusions.
Purpose
The student will understand the purpose of nonfiction text
Always

During conferencing, the student always understands the purpose of nonfiction text. The student can easily describe the purpose of the text he or she is currently reading.
Sometimes

During conferencing, the student sometimes understand the purpose of nonfiction text. At times, the student can easily describe the purpose of the text he or she is currently reading. The student displays some confusions.
Rarely/Never

During conferencing, the student rarely/never understands the purpose of nonfiction text. The student cannot easily describe the purpose of the text he or she is currently reading. The student displays confusions.
Features
The student will know how to use text features in nonfiction text
Always

During conferencing, the student displays understanding of how to use the text features in nonfiction text. The student can easily describe how the features in his or her text help him or her understand the text.
Sometimes

During conferencing, the student sometimes displays understanding of how to use the text features in nonfiction text. At times, the student can describe how the features in his or her text help him or her understand the text. The student displays some confusions.
Rarely/Never

During conferencing, the student rarely/never displays understanding of how to use the text features in nonfiction text. The student cannot easily describe how the features in his or her text help him or her understand the text. The student displays confusions.
Reading Strategies
The student will apply reading strategies when reading nonfiction text
Always

During guided reading and/or conferencing, the student will apply reading strategies for reading nonfiction text to their reading. The student can easily describe strategies to use when reading nonfiction text.
Sometimes

During guided reading and/or conferencing, the student will sometimes apply reading strategies for reading nonfiction text to their reading. At times, the student can describe some strategies to use when reading nonfiction text. The student displays some confusions.
Rarely/Never

During guided reading and/or conferencing, the student rarely/never applies reading strategies for reading nonfiction text to their reading. The student cannot easily describe strategies to use when reading nonfiction text.



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