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Fluency and Decoding Strategies

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Rubric Code: KX96W89
Students read Old Mother Hubbard with fluency. Students use decoding strategies to read unfamiliar words.
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Categories: Subjects: English  
Types: Exam  
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Powered by iRubric Fluency and decoding
  Below basic
1 pts
Basic
2 pts
Proficient
3 pts
Exceed
4 pts
Sight words
Below basic

Students have difficulty time reading sight words has more than 5 mistakes.
Basic

Students are able to read some sight words correctly, only making 3-4 mistakes.
Proficient

Students are able to read most sight words correctly, only making 1-2 mistakes.
Exceed

Students are able to read all sight words correctly.
Decoding unfamiliar words.
Below basic

Students do not attempt to read words even with prompting.
Basic

Students struggle to read unfamiliar words with prompting. Not able to explain strategy.
Proficient

Students are able to read most unfamiliar words missing only one or with prompting. Students are unable to explain which strategy was used to read words.
Exceed

Students are able to read all unfamilar words without prompting. Students are able to explain what strategy was used to read words.
Fluency
Below basic

Students are not able to read passage have more than 5 mistakes.
Basic

Students struggle to read passage have 3-4 mistakes.
Proficient

Students are able to read passage with minimal mistakes. 1-2 mistakes.
Exceed

Students are able to read passage without mistakes. Student pauses where appropriate.



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