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iRubric: AP Spanish Lit- Question #1 Text Explanation rubric

iRubric: AP Spanish Lit- Question #1 Text Explanation rubric

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AP Spanish Lit- Question #1 Text Explanation built by SraTiller

Rubric Code: VX38XB2
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Categories: Subjects: Foreign Languages  
Types: Assessment  
Grade Levels: 9-12

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  High
3 pts
Mid
2 pts
Low
1 pts
Author and Period Identification
10 %
High

Correctly identifies the author and the period.
Mid

Correctly identifies either the author or the period.
Low

Incorrectly identifies the author and/or the period.
Development of theme
20 %
High

Effectively explains the development of the them in the text.
Mid

Explains the development of the theme in the text.
Low

Attempts to explain the development of the theme in the text.
Textual Examples
20 %
High

Supports response with relevant evidence from the text. Evidence is from both the fragment and from the rest of the work.
Mid

Supports response with evidence from the text, but evidence may not be clear or relevant. Evidence may be limited to the cited text only.
Low

Consists entirely of summary or paraphrasing of the cited text.
Organization
20 %
High

Presents a well-developed response.
Mid

Presents an organized response.
Low

Response does not show evidence of organization.
Vocabulary
10 %
High

Vocabulary is varied and appropriate to the topic or works being discussed.
Mid

Vocabulary is appropriate to the topics or works being discussed but may limit the student's ability to present relevant ideas.
Low

Vocabulary is insufficient or inappropriate to the topics or works being discussed; errors render comprehension difficult.
Grammar
10 %
High

Control of grammatical and syntactic structures is very good in spite of a few errors; use of verb tenses and mood is generally accurate; word order and formation are generally accurate.
Mid

Control of grammatical and syntactic structures is adequate but there are some errors; errors in the use of verb tenses and moods are frequent but do not detract from overall understanding; there are occasional errors in word order and formation.
Low

Control of grammatical and syntactic structures is inadequate; errors in verb forms, word order, and formation are frequent and impede comprehension.
Conventions
10 %
High

There are very few errors in conventions of written language (e.g., spelling, accent marks, punctuation).
Mid

There are some errors in conventions of written language (e.g., spelling, accent marks, punctuation); but they do not impede communication.
Low

There are frequent errors in conventions of written language (e.g., spelling, accent marks, punctuation) that impede communication.



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