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iRubric: Note-taking Skills rubric

iRubric: Note-taking Skills rubric

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Note-taking Skills

  Derived from rubric: Note-taking Skills
built by cnpelz

Rubric Code: Y4B965
Generalized rubric to cover a variety of note-taking formats
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Keywords: notes, note-taking, cornell, outline,
Categories: Subjects: Health   Humanities   (General)  
Types: Class note  
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Powered by iRubric Note Taking Skills
  EXCEEDS
(N/A) 9-10 points
MEETS
(N/A) 6-8 points
UNSATISFACTORY
(N/A) 5 & under points
ORGANIZATION
10 points
EXCEEDS

ALL Notes follow correct format as modeled in class, with main ideas and supporting information in proper place
MEETS

MOST notes follow correct format as modeled in class, with main ideas and supporting information in proper place
UNSATISFACTORY

Less than 1/2 of notes follow correct format as modeled in class, with main ideas and supporting information in proper place
CONTENT
10 points
EXCEEDS

Notes clearly contain "main idea" concepts followed by supporting details and/or evidence
MEETS

Notes are missing a few "main ideas" OR all ideas do not contain supporting details and/or evidence
UNSATISFACTORY

Notes are missing many main ideas OR are missing many supporting details and/or evidence
LEGIBILITY/NEATNESS
10 points
EXCEEDS

ALL notes are neat and legible so as to make them beneficial for study, either independently or with a partner
MEETS

MOST notes are neat and legible so as to make them beneficial for study, either independently or with a partner, BUT some points are messy or illegible
UNSATISFACTORY

Notes are a combination of neat and legible and messy and illegible, making them ineffective as a study tool



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