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iRubric: Close Reading Rubric

iRubric: Close Reading Rubric

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Close Reading Rubric

  Derived from rubric: Annotation (Close Reading) Rubric
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Rubric Code: W8X5CB
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Keywords: close reading, annotation
Categories: Subjects: English  
Types: Reading   Writing  
Grade Levels: 9-12

Powered by iRubric ANNOTATION
  Distinguished
(N/A)
Accomplished
(N/A)
Proficient
(N/A)
Developing
(N/A)
Emerging
(N/A)
No Score
(N/A)
Commentary
Comments should try to accomplish a variety of purposes such as identifying the main idea, author's purpose, tone, evidence, structure, diction, questions, reflections, opinion/facts, inferences, literary devices, rhetorical devices, vocab., etc.
Distinguished

Comments accomplish a great variety of purposes.

Understanding is evident.

Thoughtful connections made to other texts or life experiences.

Commentary is original and thought-provoking.
Accomplished

Comments accomplish a few key purposes.

Understanding is evident.

Connections are made to other texts or life experiences.

Original commentary
Proficient

Comments are present but lack a diversity of purposes AND/OR connections are made to other texts or life experience.

Understanding is mostly evident.

Commentary lacks uniqueness.
Developing

Comments would only help a limited class discussion.

Understanding is unclear.

Connections don't make sense or are incorrect.

Commentary is not unique.
Emerging

Comments are present BUT too infrequent to demonstrate understanding.
No Score

Marginal comments are inappropriate OR no marginal comments are present.
Consistency
Close reading should be evident from start to finish.
Distinguished

Consistent markings throughout text (not bunched).
Accomplished


Proficient

Inconsistent markings throughout text. Markings may be bunched together.
Developing


Emerging

Very few and sporadic markings throughout text (indicating the entire text was not read for annotation).
No Score

Markings appear to be random.



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