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Journal Entry 
The journal entries will be a response to what you read, watched, and heard. That response may be in any format you wish. Be creative!
Rubric Code: G2X775B
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Subject: English  
Type: Reflection  
Grade Levels: 6-8


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  Excellent

20 pts

Good

15 pts

Fair

10 pts

Poor

5 pts

Incomplete

0 pts

Quality of work

Excellent

The journal entry is unique, engaging, and demonstrates a excellent effort in response to the prompt.
Good

The journal entry is unique, engaging, and demonstrates good effort that enhances the response to the prompt.
Fair

The journal entry reflects some effort put forth to complete the response to the prompt.
Poor

The journal entry shows minimal effort.
Incomplete

Not complete/blank.
Organization

Excellent

The journal entry is complete, organized, and thoughts are clearly expressed.
Good

The journal entry is mostly complete, organized and thoughts are clearly expressed.
Fair

The journal entry is unfinished or thoughts are not well organized. Thoughts are not expressed clearly.
Poor

The journal entry is unclear or disorganized. Thoughts make little to no sense. Written in bullet points.
Incomplete

Not complete/blank.
Focus

Excellent

The journal entry focuses on discussion about and connection to a specific theme/concept. The journal entry maintains focus on the topic or personal experience.
Good

The student's journal entry strays from the assigned topic or concept.
Fair

The student's journal entry strays from the assigned topic or has no clear focus.
Poor

The student's journal entry is not connected to the assigned topic .
Incomplete

Not complete/blank.
Answers the Question(s)/prompt(s)

Excellent

No question(s) left unanswered.
Good

Answered most of the questions, but lacks support or details.
Fair

Not all parts of the prompt were addressed.
Poor

Did not answer the prompt. Response addressed different topic.
Incomplete

Not complete/blank.
Gives examples

Excellent

In-depth and easy to understand examples to support ideas.
Good

Examples provided were lacking or were difficult to follow.
Fair

You might have not given enough examples (missing 1 or two).
Poor

No examples provided.
Incomplete

Not complete/blank.




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