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SUMMARIZING

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Rubric Code: DX92WW4
Reading LTLT: I can summarize fictional texts that represent cultures in different regions. STLT: I can summarize central ideas and important details from fables or myths.
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Categories: Subjects: English   (General)  
Types: Reading  
Grade Levels: K-5

Powered by iRubric SUMMARIZING
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(N/A) Beginning to understand how to summarize.
2
(N/A) Understanding some of the concepts of how to summarize.
3
(N/A) Demonstrates an understanding of how to summarize.
4
(N/A) Demonstrates a high level of understanding of how to summarize
Story events
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1

The student did not describe enough of the important events from the story to retell or summarize the story.
2

The student told some of the story but did not include the most important events.
3

The student summarized the story using the most important events.
4

The student summarized the story using the most important events and included supporting details.
Sequence
1

The student did not put the events into a logical order. The story did not make sense.
2

Some of the events are in the correct order. It was a little difficult to understand the story.
3

The story was retold in sequential order. It was easy to understand the story.
4

The student retold the story in sequential order using a variety of temporal words.
Mechanics
Sentence structure and grammar
1

The student exhibited numerous spelling, capitalization, punctuation, and/or grammar errors.
2

The student has some of the summary corrected for spelling, capitalization, punctuation, and/or grammar errors.
3

The student's summary has been corrected or has only a few errors in spelling, capitalization, punctuation, and/or grammar errors.
4

The student's summary is free of any spelling, capitalization, punctuation, and grammar errors.



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