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Reading Response Journal Rubric

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Rubric Code: N5CW8X
Students complete reading response journals based on books read in class or as homework.
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Keywords: Literature
Categories: Subjects: English   Foreign Languages   Geology   Social Sciences  
Types: Project   Presentation   Reading   Writing  
Grade Levels: K-5

Powered by iRubric Writing Short Resp. to Literature
  Level 4
(N/A) Exceeding
Level 3
(N/A) Meeting
Level 2
(N/A) Approaching
Level 1
(N/A) Below
Details from Text
Level 4

Two or more details are used from the text.

The details from the text clearly and completely support the response to the question.
Level 3

One or two details are used from the text.

The details somewhat support and respond to the question.
Level 2

One detail is used from the text.

The detail only slightly supports and responds to the question.
Level 1

No or only one detail from the text is used in the written reading response.

The detail has no connection or support to the response.
Elaboration of Ideas
Level 4

There are two or more sentences that further explain the details chosen from the text to respond to the question.
Level 3

There are one or two sentences that further explain the details chosen from the text to respond to the question.
Level 2

There just one sentence that further explains the details from the text and how it connects to the response.
Level 1

There is nothing written that further explains the details from the text and how it connects to the response.
Mechanics
Level 4

Sentences begin with a capital and have end punctuation. Sentences are complete (no fragments). Punctuation is used correctly through-out.
Level 3

Sentences begin with a capital and have end punctuation. Sentences are complete.
Punctuation is mostly used correctly.
Level 2

Most sentences begin with a capital and have end punctuation with some sentence fragments.

Punctuation is sometimes used correctly.
Level 1

Some sentences begin with a capital and end with the appropriate punctuation. There are sentence fragments.

Punctuation is sometimes used correctly.
Making Connections
Level 4

Response includes connections between the text and self, and text to the world.
Level 3

Response includes connections between the text and self, or the text to the world.
Level 2

Response includes one connection: between the text and self, or text to the world.
Level 1

Response does not include connections.



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