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My Week as a Respectful Daughter 
Rubric Code: Y246865
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Subject: (General)  
Type: Class note  
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  Poor

0 pts

Fair

1 pts

Good

3 pts

Respect Mama

Poor

Did not listen, talked and interrupted, used nasty comments and looks, disrespectful by talking back.
Fair

Listened most of the time, stayed focused, only interrupted 2 times or less. Raised voice but corrected self.
Good

Used active listening, no interrupting, no dirty looks, nasty language, disrespectful tone, mood and behavior. Helping Mama with things she has difficult doing. Picking up things for her, getting things for her, carrying heavy things for her. Speaks in a loving, supportive understanding tone.
Respect Luke

Poor

Interrupted, frequently talked out of turn, used unkind or disrespectful language and tone, mood and behavior.
Fair

Listened to Luke most of the time, few interruptions. Helped with kitchen as asked or needed.
Good

Showed active listening with Luke, no interrupting, no distractions. Helps Luke out when asked. Gives 100% effort. Checks rubrics to see if it the best job you can do. Speaks in loving, kind supportive tone.
Respect Myself

Poor

Myself, room, work uniforms, clothes, shoes, car, school work/supplies are unclean and disorganized.

Not taking the best care of myself nutritionally, mentally, physically.
Fair

Going to work: not completely clean or put together. Teeth not brushed, hair frizzy, clothes dirty or wrinkled. Some personal stuff is clean and organized. Eating good food and following a healthy schedule for yourself.
Good

Eating a healthy breakfast, packing a healthy lunch, your clothes and body are completely clean and neat. Hair, teeth, mustache, nails, face, sparkly clean and fresh.
Respect Home

Poor

Treat home with respect. Keep your personal belongings downstairs. Treat all furniture, mother's belonging, pets, Luke's belongings. Clean up after self. Throw away garbage, put dishes in dishwasher that you use. Help out without being prompted by one of us.
Fair

Leaves some shoes for people to trip over, leaves school supplies in kitchen and living room messy. Leaves wrappers, dishes, food in public areas.
You help out when asked.
Good

Helps out the family without being prompted. Steps up and does kind things just to do them. Picks up as you go. Keeps personal belongings away.
Respect Pets

Poor

Yelling, scaring, and being unkind to pets. Not giving treats when earned or for fun. Dogs stay away from you because you emit an angry mood that scares them.
Fair

Speaks kindly to pets.
Spends time with pets.
Takes pets outside.
Gives treats.
Good

Always speaks kindly to pets in a gentle voice. Never scares pets with storming in, yelling or sending negative vibes. Takes pets out, might play with them from time to time. Could even take for a walk if you wanted. Makes sure food and water are full.




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