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Cornell Notes Grading Rubric 
A rubric for evaluation of note taking using Cornell note taking method.
Rubric Code: S246ACB
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Subject: English  
Type: Assessment  
Grade Levels: 6-8

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  Poor

1 pts

Minimal

2 pts

Proficient

3 pts

Advanced

4 pts

Page Layout/Mechanics

Poor

Missing three or more parts (Name, date, topic, class, page number). Did not follow Cornell format (Heading, Notes, Key Points/Q's, Summary).
Minimal

Missing two parts (Name, date, topic, class, page number). Did follow Cornell format (Heading, Notes, Key Points/Q's, Summary).
Proficient

All but one area out of place (Name, date, topic, class, page number) followed Cornell format (Heading, Notes, Key Points/Q's, Summary).
Advanced

All parts are in place (Name, date, topic, class, page number) and followed Cornell format(Heading, Notes, Key Points/Q's, Summary).
Legibility

Poor

Cannot read notes.
Minimal

Some parts are readable, but some sections are hard to read.
Proficient

Readable but could be neater.
Advanced

Notes are readable and neat
Notes/Body

Poor

Notes are not accurate
No paraphrasing
No use of abbreviations
No revisions made
No spacing present
Minimal

Some inaccuracies present
Some paraphrasing present
Some abbreviations used
Spacing inconsistent
Proficient

Notes are accurate
Paraphrasing used but not always
Abbreviations are used
Highlighted or underlined key points.
Spacing used properly
Advanced

Notes are accurate and paraphrased
Main ideas captured
Abbreviations are used
Highlighted or underlined key points.
Spacing is consistent
Key Points/Questions

Poor

No key points or
No questions present
Minimal

Some key points present
Only one key question written or did not reflect notes or lesson
Proficient

Key points present.
Two questions present but not critical in analysis or depth of understanding.
Advanced

Key points present.
Two or more questions present demonstrating critical analysis and understanding.
Summary/Reflection

Poor

No summary/ reflection present
Minimal

Summary and reflection simply restates notes
Proficient

Summary is mostly complete, but may be missing a key point.
Advanced

Summary and reflection thoroughly reflects main ideas.
Uses transitions to create complex sentences.



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