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Poetry Analysis 
Poetry Analysis & Presentation
Rubric Code: WX979BW
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Subject: English  
Type: (Other)  
Grade Levels: 6-8

Powered by iRubric Poetry Biography & Analysis
  A Excellent

4 pts

B Good

3 pts

C Satisfactory

2 pts

D Needs work

1 pts

Context & Style

A Excellent

Explains the poet's life story clearly and accurately. Explains the whole context of the selected poem, why it was written, and the significance. Group members speak directly to the audience to present their slides.
B Good

Explains the poet's life story and the context of the selected poem, why it was written, and the significance in detail. Group members, for the most part, speak to the audience.
C Satisfactory

Explains the poet's life story and the context of the selected poem, why it was written, and the significance, but not thoroughly. Group members sometimes address the audience, other times read off of their slides.
D Needs work

Explains the poet's biography, but does not explain the context of the poem, why it was written, or the significance in any detail. Group members read off slides, and make no attempt to address the audience.

A Excellent

Makes complete and detailed responses to the poem. Uses a variety of supporting examples from the poem (examples of figurative language and imagery) that reflect insight and understanding.
B Good

Makes detailed responses for the most part. Uses a variety of specific supporting examples (figurative language and imagery) from the poem that reflect insight and understanding.
C Satisfactory

Responses to the poem are mostly very obvious, although attempts have been made to discuss deeper aspects of the poem. Uses mostly general support with a few specific examples of supporting text.
D Needs work

Responses are not detailed or complete although some attempt has been made. Discussion stays on the surface of ideas or contains mostly obvious points. Retells the poem rather than analyzes it.
Grammar & Punctuation

A Excellent

Few, if any, grammatical or punctuation errors.
B Good

More than five (5) grammatical and/or punctuation errors.
C Satisfactory

Many grammatical and/or punctuation errors (more than 10) which detract from the overall presentation.
D Needs work

Reads like a rough draft, with multiple errors in grammar and punctuation.

  • Poetry Analysis (Reading Skills)


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