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iRubric: Fantasy Book Report-6th grade rubric

iRubric: Fantasy Book Report-6th grade rubric

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Fantasy Book Report-6th grade

  Derived from rubric: Sport Book Report-5th grade
built by GRACEACADEMY

Rubric Code: V2CWAA
This rubric will assist in assessing a non fiction report on a fantasy story. The students will choose and read a selected book on a fantasy. They are then to complete a final presentation which will include a shoe box book report and written work about the book. In addition, they will be presenting this presentation orally.
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Keywords: fantasy, shoe box, written work, oral presentation
Categories: Subjects: English   (General)  
Types: Project  
Grade Levels: K-5

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  Superior
4 pts
Excellent
3 pts
Good
2 pts
Poor
1 pts
Shoe Box presentation
20 % Looking at the presentation of the final project.
Superior

Student went above and beyond what was expected. Creativity and attention to detail were excellent! All fonts and styles are consistent throughout the presentation.
Excellent

Student put a good amount of effort into the project, displaying their work in a creative way. All fonts and styles are consistent throughout the presentation.
Good

Student put some effort into the project, but could have spent more time on details and creativity. Inconsistent fonts and styles. Follow directions?
Poor

Student had a hard time putting the project together.
Written Responses
40 % Looking at the written work.
Superior

The student wrote a paragraph with detail and summarized the fantasy in clear form. The student wrote in complete sentences with detail. Spelling, grammar, and punctuation are near perfect.
Excellent

The student wrote a paragraph with little summarization details. Wrote response sentences to the questions but needed more detail. Spelling, grammar, and punctuation are near perfect.
Good

The student wrote incomplete sentences and the editing features were not observed. Follow directions?
Poor

Inaccurate information and incomplete sentences were provided with no editing.
Computer Integration
25 % This grade focuses on the computer skills taught more than on the ability for the child to write sentences.
Superior

Student worked independently in the computer lab to compose all the word processing sentences. Composed sentences with capitalization and punctuation.
Excellent

Student worked somewhat independently in the computer lab to compose the sentences.
Good

Student needed a lot of assistance when composing sentences in the computer lab.
Poor

Student had great difficulty in following directions and learning the skills needed in the computer lab to navigate through word processing.
Oral Presentation
15 % Eye contact, voice projection, and conduct during presentation.
Superior

Student showed understanding of the book, and was a dynamic presenter, making eye-contact to his/her classmates.
Excellent

Student demonstrated understanding of the reading, and presented to the class in an effective manner.
Good

Student did not demonstrate their understanding in an effective manner, and had trouble presenting to the class.
Poor

Demonstrated some understanding of the reading, but had some trouble displaying their knowledge to the class.



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