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Claim, Evidence, Reasoning (CER) 
Rubric for Literature-Based Claim, Evidence, Reasoning (CER) assignments.
Rubric Code: L246B7A
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Subject: English  
Type: Reading  
Grade Levels: K-5, 6-8, 9-12

Powered by iRubric Claim, Evidence, Reasoning (CER)
  Exceeding Standard

4 pts

Meeting Standard

3 pts

Approaching Standard

2 pts

Not Yet Meeting Standard

1 pts

Claim

Exceeding Standard

Makes an accurate and complete claim that both incorporates the question and expands upon the question.
Meeting Standard

Makes an accurate and complete claim that incorporates the question (i.e. rephrases the question).
Approaching Standard

Makes an accurate claim, but does not incorporate the question (i.e. does not rephrase the question).
Not Yet Meeting Standard

Makes an inaccurate claim, does not answer the question, or provides no claim.
Evidence

Exceeding Standard

Provides evidence that supports claim in the following format:
1. Restates claim.
2. Provides the chapter, page, and paragraph of the evidence.
3. Provides a direct quote from the text as evidence.
4. Provides additional supporting evidence in either a direct quote or paraphrased from the text.
Meeting Standard

Provides evidence that supports claim in the following format:
1. Restates claim.
2. Provides the chapter, page, and paragraph of the evidence.
3. Provides a direct quote from the text as evidence.
Approaching Standard

Provides partial evidence to support claim. May be missing one of the three components for giving evidence listed under meeting standard. For example may provide evidence, but fail to provide chapter, page, and paragraph in which the evidence can be found.
Not Yet Meeting Standard

Does not provide evidence, or only provides inappropriate evidence or vague evidence like, "the text shows me it is true."
Reasoning

Exceeding Standard

Provides reasoning components for all of the evidence and explains in detail how the evidence supports the claim.
Meeting Standard

Provides reasoning components for all or most of the evidence and explains how the evidence supports the claim.
Approaching Standard

Repeats evidence and links it to the claim, but does no explain how the evidence supports the claim.
Not Yet Meeting Standard

Does not provide reasoning, or only provides inappropriate reasoning.



Keywords:
  • CER, Claim, Evidence, Reasoning, Writing, Reading

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