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Learning the Alphabet from J to Q 
What does my score mean? Poor = 2 Points Fair = 3 Points Great = 4 Points
Rubric Code: MX362B
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Subject: English  
Type: Writing  
Grade Levels: K-5


Powered by iRubric Learning the Alphabet from J to Q
  Poor

2 pts

Fair

3 pts

Great

4 pts

Class Discussion

Poor

The student is not paying attention during the class discussion. He/She is not singing the alphabet song along with the class. The student is drawing very few letters in the air and saying the letters out loud. He/She is not paying attention as the teacher reads the book out loud.
Fair

The student is participating in some of the class discussion. He/She is drawing some of the letters in the air and saying some out loud. The student is not fully paying attention as the teacher reads the book out loud.
Great

The student is participating in the class discussion. He/She is singing the alphabet song along with the class. The student is drawing the letters in the air as we learn about it. The student is listening as the teacher reads the book out loud.
Alphabet Book Page

Poor

The alphabet book page does not include a complete sentence. The student has included an illustration; however, it is not colored. The book page is not glued onto a piece of construction paper.
Fair

The alphabet book page has an almost completed sentence. However, the sentence is not about the animal that they were assigned to. The student has included a colorful illustration. The student's page is glued to a piece of construction paper.
Great

The alphabet book page has a completed sentence and a colorful illustration. The sentence includes facts or a story about the animal he/she was assigned to. The student has glued the book page to a piece of construction paper.
Alphabet Book Presentation

Poor

In the beginning of the presentation, the student says the letter and the animal that describes it. He/She does not read the sentence or sentences describing or telling a story of the animal. The student shows the class an illustration of an animal; however, it is not colorful. He/She is not speaking loud enough for the class to hear.
Fair

In the beginning of the presentation, the student says the letter and the animal that describes it. The student reads the sentence or sentences; however, it is hard for the class to understand what the speaker is saying. The student shows the class a colorful illustration.
Great

The student says the letter and the animal that describes it. He/She reads the sentence or sentences describing or telling a story of the animal. The student speaks loud enough and correctly for the class to understand.




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