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iRubric: Flipgrid Beowulf and Reputation rubric

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Flipgrid Beowulf and Reputation 
Rubric Code: K2X7CWB
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Subject: English  
Type: Reflection  
Grade Levels: 9-12


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  Poor

1 pts

Fair

3 pts

Good

4 pts

Excellent

5 pts

Quality of Discussion
0 pts

Poor

Students' discussion shows a clear lack of effort. Does not contribute any meaningful insights.
Fair

Students' discussion attempts to make some valid points but is not presented in a logical flow of ideas.
Good

Students support claims but they can be a little bit better. Support needs a little more polishing and logical flow.
Excellent

Students support claims with a logical flow of ideas and gives substantial evidence to back claims.
Requirements
0 pts

Did you meet the flipgrid requirements?

Poor

Students' video is less than thirty seconds long.
Fair

Students' video is at least 45 seconds long.
Good

Students' video is 1 minute long.
Excellent

Students' video is at least 1 minute and 30 seconds long.
Concepts
0 pts

How well do you explain Kwame Alexander's use of literary techniques to help convey his purpose and enhance the story?

Poor

Students do not discuss the assigned material and does not appear to understand the purpose of the assignment.
Fair

Students somewhat understand and explain the concept of reputation OR give examples of personal notions but not both,
Good

Students sparingly address both parts of each question.
Excellent

Students clearly and insight fully understand and explain reputation as well as give personal examples.










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