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February BoM "Character Reading List" 
Think about a character in your book. What kinds of books might that character like to read? After looking over the online resources provided by Mrs. Hirsch and visiting your local library (in-person or online) choose five books the character might have on their to-be-read list. List the books and explain what each book might mean to the character. There’s nothing like trying out a book character’s style when developing your own identity. Grades will be given according to the attached rubric.
Rubric Code: X22X843
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Subject: English  
Type: Project  
Grade Levels: 6-8


Powered by iRubric Character Reading List
  Great

5 pts

Good

4 pts

Fair

2 pts

Poor

1 pts

Effort
25 pts

Great

Great effort is observable by the neatness, creativity, attention to detail and the book cover image and overall look and feel of the character list and explanation.
Good

Noticeable effort is observable by the neatness, creativity, book cover image, and overall look and feel the character list and explanation.
Fair

Some effort is observable by the neatness, creativity, book cover image and overall look and feel of the character list and explanation.
Poor

Little effort is observed by the neatness, creativity, book cover image and overall look and feel of the character list and explanation.
Content
25 pts

Great

Student included all of the required items, including 5 to-be-read book list and explanations for each one. Student did not repeat books or ideas.
Good

Student included most of the required items. Student repeated 2 books or ideas.
Fair

Student included some of the required items. Student repeated 3 or more books or ideas.
Poor

Student includes a few of the required items.
Objective Met
25 pts

Great

The book review demonstrates that it is evident that you have a clear vision and understanding of what books your character would choose to read.
Good

The book review demonstrates an adequate vision and understanding of what books your character would choose to read.
Fair

The book review somewhat demonstrates that it is evident that you have a clear vision and understanding of what books your character would choose to read.
Poor

The book review does not demonstrate that you have a clear vision and understanding of what books your character would choose to read.
Use of Class time
25 pts

Great

Used available time well during class period. Focused on getting the product done. Never distracted others.
Good

Used available time well during each class period. Usually focused on getting the project done and never distracted others.
Fair

Used some of the available class time well during each class period. There was some focus on getting the project done but occasionally distracted others.
Poor

Did not use the available class time to focus on project OR distracted others. Reminders were given.



Keywords:
  • Independent Novel Reading, Book of the Month







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