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Life Orientation Discussion Rubric 
This scoring rubric will be used on Life Orientation assignments where the student has to present his/her and is based on the Georgia Writing Assessment.
Rubric Code: H234B79
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Subject: Humanities  
Type: Exam  
Grade Levels: 9-12


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  Poor

1 pts

Fair

2 pts

Good

3 pts

Excellent

4 pts

Outstanding

5 pts

Views/ideas put forward

Poor

May announce the topic but no controlling idea.
Little or no focus
Development is lacking due to brevity of the response, or not enough response to determine competence.
Majority of detail irrelevant to subject matter.
Fair

Minimally developed controlling idea.
Limited focus on topic.
Supporting ideas are general or under-developed.
Not enough information to give a sense of completeness, somewhat off topic.
Good

Developed controlling idea.
Generally consistent focus.
Most supporting ideas are relevant to topic. Some parts of response are well developed, other parts partially developed.
Response contains sufficient information to address topic
Excellent

Well developed controlling idea.
Consistent focus.
Supporting ideas are relevant to topic.
Response contains specific examples and details.
Outstanding

Fully developed controlling idea.
Consistent focus.
Supporting ideas are fully elaborated and relevant.
Response contains specific examples and details.
Discussion

Poor

Discussion is vague, with an unclear sequence of ideas.
Lacks an introduction and/or conclusion.
Ideas are not arranged in a meaningful order.
Fair

Parts of the discussion is vague, with minimal evidence of sequencing of ideas.
May lack or have an ineffective introduction or conclusion.
Unrelated ideas are grouped together.
Good

The discussion is reasonably specific, but fails to show a clear sequence of ideas.
Introduction and conclusion is clear.
Related ideas are generally grouped together.
Excellent

The discussion is specific and to the point, with a logical sequencing of ideas throughout.
Introduction sets the stage and conclusion ends the piece of writing without repetition.
Related ideas are grouped together.
Outstanding

Discussion is specific and to the point, with logical and appropriate sequencing of ideas throughout.
Introduction engages and sets the stage, and the conclusion gives a sense of closure.
Logical groupings of ideas.










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