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Reading Comprehension 
Assessing reading comprehension - Grade 4
Rubric Code: B246B69
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Subject: English  
Type: Reading  
Grade Levels: K-5

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  4

Exceeds Standards

4 pts

3

Meets Standards

3 pts

2

Approaches Standards

2 pts

1

Far Below Standards

1 pts

0

Did not demonstrate knowledge of the skill.

0 pts

Making Connections

how are the reading, other texts, and life experiences connected?

4

The question is answered correctly and without prompting.

Independently searches the story for details or answers.
3

Can answer the implicit or explicit question with little or no prompting.

Searches the story for details or answers with little or no prompting.
2

Most questions require prompting.

Some details or answers of the story are recalled with prompting.
1

Direct questioning may be needed to elicit the implicit or explicit question.

Searches the story for details or answers unsuccessfully.
0

Cannot answer, or answers incorrectly, the implicit or explicit question.

Refused to answer question.

No attempt to search within the text for details or answers with prompting.
Sequencing - What...

What happens in the...beginning, middle, or end?

4

Can recall what happens in the beginning, middle, and end without prompting.

Details are included without prompting.
There is logical sequencing.
3

Can recall what happens in the beginning, middle, and end with little or no prompting.

Some details are included.

There is logical sequencing.
2

Can recall parts of the text but some prompting is needed to recall information.

Some details are recalled but with prompting.

Sequencing is out of sych but some informatin is accurate.
1

Direct questioning may be needed to elicit the beginning, middle, and end of the text.

Few or no details are included.

Sequencing may be inaccurate.
0

Unable to identify the beginning, middle, and end of the text.

The response may not make sense.

Refused to answer or made no attempts to search the text with prompting.
Setting - Where...When...

Where and when does the story happening?

4

Can describe the setting without prompting.

Details are included without prompting.
3

Can describe the setting with little or no prompting.

Some details are included.
2

Prompting needed to remember details of setting.

Some details are recalled with prompts.
1

Direct questioning many be needed to elicit the setting.

Few or no details are included.
0

Unable to identify the setting.

The response may not make sense.

Refused to answer or made no attempts to search the text with prompting.
Main Idea and Details

What the story is mostly about and details that show it

4

Can determine the main idea independently and find several details to support the main idea.
3

Can determine the main idea and locate 3 details that support the main idea.
2

Can determine the main idea and can support it with 1- 2 details.
1

Can't identify main idea or support it with details
0

Unable to identify main idea or details.

The response may not make sense.

Refused to answer or made no attempts to search the text with prompting.
Cause and Effect

What happened? Why did it happen?

4

Can evaluate what happens in a text and why it happens without prompting.

Can support this with text evidence
3

Can evaluate what happens in a text and why it happens with little or no prompting.
2

Can only evaluate either the cause or the effect but with prompting.
1

Can't evaluate either the cause or the effect.
0

Unable to identify cause and effect.

The response may not make sense.

Refused to answer or made no attempts to search the text with prompting.
Draw Conclusions

Using prior knowledge and text evidence to make a decision or form an opinion on a topic

4

Uses both prior knowledge and text evidence to draw conclusions that make logical sense
3

Uses either prior knowledge or text evidence to draw conclusions that make logical sense
2

Draws conclusions but does not use text evidence to support the conclusion.
1

Can't draw conclusions based on prior knowledge and text evidence.
0

Unable to draw conclusions.

The response may not make sense.

Refused to answer or made no attempts to search the text with prompting.



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