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Character Analysis Assessment 
Rubric Code: Y2468AX
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Subject: English  
Type: Assessment  
Grade Levels: K-5

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  Needs Support

Student is unable to show they understand the concept and necessary to answer the question correctly. The answer is completely incorrect.

0 pts

Remedial

Students shows an attempt to understand the concept necessary to answer the question. The answer is close to correct or incorrect.

1 pts

Near Mastery

The student shows some mastery of the concept necessary to answer the question. The question is correct or partially correct

2 pts

Mastery

The student shows mastery of the concept necessary to answer the question. The answer is correct and all aspects are present.

3 pts

Question 1

Shows what kind of person the character's actions make the character using text evidence

Needs Support

The students does not answer the question or answers the question incorrectly
Remedial

The student writes what kind of person they think the character is but does not support with text evidence or supports with incorrect text evidence
Near Mastery

The student writes what kind of person they think the character is and supports their answer with ideas from the text that makes sense for an action
Mastery

Student writes what kind of person they think the character is and supports their answer with quoted or summarized quoted text that makes sense for an action
Question 2

Shows what kind of person the character's thoughts make the character using text evidence

Needs Support

The students does not answer the question or answers the question incorrectly
Remedial

The student writes what kind of person they think the character is but does not support with text evidence or supports with incorrect text evidence
Near Mastery

The student writes what kind of person they think the character is and supports their answer with ideas from the text that makes sense for a thought
Mastery

Student writes what kind of person they think the character is and supports their answer with quoted or summarized text that makes sense for an thought
Question 3

Shows the student can infer another character's actions based on "what others say."

Needs Support

The students does not answer the question or answers the question incorrectly
Remedial

The student does not write a full sentence or the reaction is not plausible.
Near Mastery

The student writes a sentence that states how they think the other character will react. The reaction is plausible.
Mastery

The student writes a full sentence with a sentence starter that states how they think the other character will react. The reaction is plausible
Question 4

Asks what the student thinks of the character and why.

Needs Support

The students does not answer the question or answers the question incorrectly
Remedial

The student writes what they think about the character but does not explain why.
Near Mastery

The student writes a full sentence about what they think about the character and explains why.
Mastery

The student writes a full sentence about what they think about the character and explains with a sentence starter.
Question 5

Shows how the character feels supported with text evidence.

Needs Support

The students does not answer the question or answers the question incorrectly
Remedial

The student writes what kind of person they think the character is but does not support with text evidence or supports with incorrect text evidence
Near Mastery

The student writes what kind of person they think the character is and supports their answer with ideas from the text that makes sense for a feeling
Mastery

Student writes what kind of person they think the character is and supports their answer with quoted or summarized text that makes sense for a feeling
Question 6

Shows what kind of person that character's thoughts make the character using text evidence

Needs Support

The students does not answer the question or answers the question incorrectly
Remedial

The student writes what kind of person they think the character is but does not support with text evidence or supports with incorrect text evidence
Near Mastery

The student writes what kind of person they think the character is and supports their answer with ideas from the text that makes sense for an thought
Mastery

Student writes what kind of person they think the character is and supports their answer with quoted or summarized text that makes sense for a thought
Question 7

Shows what kind of person that character's actions make the character using text evidence

Needs Support

The students does not answer the question or answers the question incorrectly
Remedial

The student writes what kind of person they think the character is but does not support with text evidence or supports with incorrect text evidence
Near Mastery

The student writes what kind of person they think the character is and supports their answer with ideas from the text that makes sense for an action
Mastery

Student writes what kind of person they think the character is and supports their answer with quoted or summarized text that makes sense for an action
Question 8

Asks what the student thinks of the character and why.

Needs Support

The students does not answer the question or answers the question incorrectly
Remedial

The student writes what they think about the character but does not explain why.
Near Mastery

The student writes what they think about the character and explains why.
Mastery

The student writes a full sentence about what they think about the character and explains with a sentence starter.
Question 9

Why Do We Analyze Characters?

Needs Support

The students does not answer the question or answers the question incorrectly
Remedial

N/A
Near Mastery

The student gets an answer close to what the teacher taught when they answer in their own words
Mastery

The student answers the question correctly according to what the teacher taught
Question 10

What Are the 6 Ways We Analyze Characters?

Needs Support

The students does not answer the question or answers the question incorrectly
Remedial

The student gets 3 out of the 6
Near Mastery

The student gets 4 of the 6
Mastery

The student gets all 6
Question 11

How Does Analyzing Character Help Us Understand Them. Give An Example.

Needs Support

The students does not answer the question or answers the question incorrectly
Remedial

N/A
Near Mastery

The student uses the example the teacher gave when teaching
Mastery

The student comes up with their own example that makes sense for the question
Question 12

Why Does What Others Say About A Character Help You Analyze the Character?

Needs Support

The students does not answer the question or answers the question incorrectly
Remedial

N/A
Near Mastery

The student gets an answer close to what the teacher taught when they answer in their own words
Mastery

The student answers the question correctly according to what the teacher taught
Question 13

Why Does What a Character Says Help You Analyze the Character?

Needs Support

The students does not answer the question or answers the question incorrectly
Remedial

N/A
Near Mastery

The student gets an answer close to what the teacher taught when they answer in their own words
Mastery

The student answers the question correctly according to what the teacher taught
Question 14

Why Does What a Character Looks Like Help You Analyze the Character?

Needs Support

The students does not answer the question or answers the question incorrectly
Remedial

N/A
Near Mastery

The student gets an answer close to what the teacher taught when they answer in their own words
Mastery

The student answers the question correctly according to what the teacher taught
Question 15

What is a Character Trait?

Needs Support

The students does not answer the question or answers the question incorrectly
Remedial

N/A
Near Mastery

N/A
Mastery

The student chooses the correct answer
Question 16

Choose the Inner Character Traits

Needs Support

The students does not answer the question or answers the question incorrectly
Remedial

The students gets 1 of 3
Near Mastery

The students gets 2 of 3
Mastery

The students gets all 3 correct
Question 17

Positive and Negative Character Traits

Needs Support

The students does not answer the question or answers the question incorrectly
Remedial

The students gets 2/3 of 5
Near Mastery

The student gets 4 of 5
Mastery

The students gets all 5 correct
Question 18

What Do We Use to Find Character Traits?

Needs Support

The students does not answer the question or answers the question incorrectly
Remedial

N/A
Near Mastery

The students answers with a plausible answer close to what the teacher is looking for
Mastery

The student answers with "text evidence" which is the correct answer
Question 19

Find the Character Trait in the Text

Needs Support

The students does not answer the question or answers the question incorrectly
Remedial

N/A
Near Mastery

N/A
Mastery

The student chooses the correct answer










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