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iRubric: Journal Entry - Inquiry Question rubric

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Journal Entry - Inquiry Question

  Derived from rubric: Short Evidence-based Responses
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Rubric Code: HXC8X4A
Respond to the prompts or texts. Make an inquiry question Give an example. Be sure to explain your evidence thoroughly in two or more sentences. If there is a requirement to discuss a minimum # of points, such as 3, then make sure you do so.
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Keywords: "close reading" "evidence" "analysis" "literary terms" "literary terminology" "CEC" "claim" "commentary"
Categories: Subjects: English  
Types: Homework  
Grade Levels: 9-12


Powered by iRubric Criterion C: Producing text
Strands i-iii
  Beginning
2 pts Limited degree of insight, imagination or sensitivity and minimal exploration of, and critical reflection on, new perspectives;
Few relevant details/examples
Emerging
4 pts Some insight, imagination or sensitivity and some exploration of, and critical reflection on, new perspectives;

Some relevant details and examples
Developing
6 pts Considerable , imagination or sensitivity and substantial exploration of, and critical reflection on, new perspectives;

Sufficient relevant details and examples
Proficient
8 pts High degree of insight, imagination and sensitivity and perceptive exploration of, and critical reflection on, new perspectives and ideas

Extensive relevant details and examples
Evidence and Literary Terms
Produce a journal entry that demonstrates insight, imagination, and sensitivity while exploring and reflecting critically on new perspectives and idea arising from personal engagement with the creative process of writing the journal.
Make stylistic choices in terms of aesthetic responses, demonstrating awareness of impact on audience
Select relevant details and examples to develop ideas.
Beginning

Only a question, response or example given. No explanation or weak explanation.
Emerging

Question
Response
Examples limited
Explanation
(one of these is missing)
Developing

Question
Response
Examples sufficient
Explanation
Proficient

Question
Response
Extensive examples
Detailed explanation 2+ sentences



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