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WildWrose Notebook Rubric

  Derived from rubric: Reading Response Journal
built by Wildwrose

Rubric Code: NX92244
For daily notebook prompts
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Keywords: Writing Prompts
Categories: Subjects: English  
Types: Reading   Writing  
Grade Levels: 6-8, 9-12

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  Level 1
1 pts
Level 2
2 pts
Level 3
3 pts
Level 4
4 pts
Quantity of Work
Are the student's responses in their journal enough to provide a complete answer?
Level 1

Entry is too short and too rushed to explain ideas and thoughts the student has about the prompt.
Level 2

Entry is somewhat short in length for the idea, connection or question being asked to explain.
Level 3

Entry is appropriate in length for the idea, connection or question being explained.
Level 4

Entry length shows the student put extra effort and time into responding to the prompt.
Critical Thinking
Does the student's response demonstrate critical thought about the prompt?
Level 1

The student's response does not demonstrate critical thought about the prompt. Student response is brief, only shows in immediate thought in response to the prompt.
Level 2

The student's response demonstrates some critical thought. Student analyzed by contrast, comparison, synthesis or reflection his or her initial reaction to the prompt.
Level 3

The student's response demonstrates critical thought about the prompt. Student response shows thoughtful thinking, trying to consider different perspectives or compare deeply.
Level 4

The student's response demonstrates superior critical thought.
Use of Examples
Does the student's response demonstrate the use of supporting examples?
Level 1

Student response does not have any examples to support his or her ideas agreeing or disagreeing, or connecting and considering the prompt.
Level 2

Student response has at one example to support his or her first idea stated.
Level 3

Student response has well explained example to support his or her ideas.
Level 4

Student response has a developed response, or a couple of examples which support his or her ideas.

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