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Newspaper Rubric built by knoelle80

Rubric Code: MXC347
The purpose of this lesson is to enable students to utilize the newspaper to improve listening and reading comprehension skills.
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Keywords: Who, What, When, Where, Why, & How
Categories: Subjects: English  
Types: Reading  
Grade Levels: 6-8, 9-12


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  Poor
1 pts
Fair
2 pts
Good
3 pts
Who?
Poor

The student does not identify the main person/topic of the article.
Fair

The student identifies only the partial participants of the article.
Good

The student clearly identifies all important figures in the article.
What?
Poor

The student does not identify what that main focus of the article is.
Fair

The student states what the "who" did, but does not give supporting details.
Good

The student clearly identifies the main components of what the subject or the "who" did.
When?
Poor

The student does not identify when the article's event took or will take place.
Fair

The student only identifies partial information on the time of the occurrence.
Good

The student states all of the date and time information stated in the article.
Where?
Poor

The student does not identify where the article's event took or will take place.
Fair

The student only partially identifies where the event or action in the article took or will take place.
Good

The student states all information about the location of the event in the article.
Why?
Poor

The student does not identify why an event took or will take place.
Fair

The student briefly states why the action took place, but does not give supporting details.
Good

The student clearly gives supporting evidence for why the event in the article took or will take place.
How?
Poor

The student does not identify how the article's event happened, or will happen.
Fair

The student only partially explains how the event took place, and does not give supporting details.
Good

The student clearly identifies how the event took place or will take place.



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