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Rubric for Reading Comprehension

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Rubric Code: NX9XCA9
Students are required to answer comprehension questions during/after reading the chapter in the textbook. Answers must be written in complete sentences.
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Keywords: Comprehension questions
Categories: Subjects: English   History  
Types: Reading  
Grade Levels: 6-8, 9-12

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  Below Standard
1 pts
Developing
2 pts
Proficient
3 pts
Exemplary
4 pts
Comprehension
Below Standard

Student did not complete assignment and/or did not answer more than half of questions correctly.
Developing

Student answered at least half of the comprehension
questions correctly.
Proficient

Student answered 75% of comprehension questions correctly. Student comprehends main idea of the reading.
Exemplary

Student answered all (100%)comprehension questions correctly. Student fully demonstrates comprehension of main idea from the reading.
Form
Below Standard

Student did not answer any of the questions in complete sentences.
Developing

Student answered at least half of the comprehension questions in complete sentences.
Proficient

Student answered at least 75% of the questions in complete sentences.
Exemplary

Student answered all questions in complete sentences.
Grammar
Below Standard

There are numerous spelling or grammar errors, making the answer impossible to understand. There is no punctuation.
Developing

There are numerous spelling or grammatical errors, making the answer difficult to understand. Most Puncutation is not used correctly.
Proficient

A few spelling or grammar mistakes are evident, but do not diminish the meaning of the answer. Some punctuation is misused.
Exemplary

Proper use of modern English spelling and grammar is employed consistently throughout the assignment. Punctuation is utilized correctly and only when necessary.
Detail
Below Standard

The level of detail in each question is poor and makes no attempt to include textually relevant information. There is little to no engagement with the text; thinking is extremely unclear.
Developing

The level of detail in each question is emerging. Attempts to engage with the text are made; however, thinking is often not visible.
Proficient

The level of detail in each question is sufficient. The student has engaged with the text; however, more textual detail would enhance answers and make thinking visible.
Exemplary

The level of detail in each question is excellent. Engagement is highly evident, and textual details are relevant. The student has connected fully with the literature, and thinking is clearly visible.
Lateness
Below Standard

Assignment was handed in late and no valid excuse was given.
Developing

Assignment was handed in late, but teacher allowed extra time.
Proficient

Assignment was handed in the same date but not in class period.
Exemplary

Assignment was handed in on time.



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