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Evaluating Cornell Notes 
This can be used to evaluate effective execution of Cornell Notes.
Rubric Code: P2X5XA9
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Subject: (General)  
Type: Assignment  
Grade Levels: 6-8, 9-12


Powered by iRubric Evaluating Cornell Notes
  Poor

0 pts

Attempts

1 pts

Below

2 pts

Basic

3 pts

Meets

4 pts

Exceeds

5 pts

Requirements

Poor

•Improper set-up; not Cornell notes
Attempts

•Proper set-up
•Has notes
•Questions on left non-existent
•No summary
Below

•Proper set-up
•Identifies Main Ideas/Topics
•Has some notes
•Has questions
•May/may not have summary
Basic

•Proper set-up and heading
•Identifies Main Ideas/Topics
•Includes details that refer to the Main Ideas
•Contains at least one vocab. word that was researched (using context clues or reference books) to determine meaning
•Notes may/may not be accurate; information not always
paraphrased
•Some use of abbreviations & symbols, may include visuals to aid understanding
Meets

•Proper set-up and heading
•Identifies Main Ideas/Topics
•Includes details that accurately refer to the Main Ideas/Topics
•Contains two or more vocabulary words student did not know and researched (using context clues or reference books) to determine meaning
Exceeds

•Proper set-up and heading
•Identifies Main Ideas/Topics
•Contains three or more vocabulary words student did not know and researched (using context clues or reference books) to determine meaning
•Includes details that accurately refer to the Main Ideas/Topics
•Notes are selectively and accurately paraphrased
•Use of logical abbreviations and symbols, may includes two or more diagrams, sketches, or other visual to aid understanding
Requirements continued

Poor

Attempts

Below

Basic

•Questions check for understanding and are Right There and Think and Search
•May/may not have a summary
Meets

•Notes are selectively and accurately paraphrased
•Use of logical abbreviations and symbols, includes at least one diagram, sketche, or other visual to aid understanding
•Questions check for understanding and reflect higher
levels of inquiry, contains mostly Right There and Think and Search with at least 1 Author & Me or On My Own question
•Summary shows learning by effectively summarizing and
reflecting on what was learned
Exceeds

•Notes have been edited after further discussion with whole class, small group, or partners by adding or changing information
•Questions check for understanding and reflect higher
levels of inquiry, contains at least one each of the following: Right There, Think and Search, Author and Me, and On My Own questions
Requirements continued

Poor

Attempts

Below

Basic

Meets

Exceeds

•Summary shows learning by effectively summarizing and
reflecting on what was learned and making connections to prior knowledge
•Information and/or asking questions to clarify or
further the thinking is evident



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