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Round Table Discussion Rubric 
Scoring guide for grading daily participation in class round table discussion.
Rubric Code: Z246B3B
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Subject: Journalism  
Type: Writing  
Grade Levels: (none)

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  10

10 pts

8

8 pts

6

6 pts

2

2 pts

1

1 pts

0

0 pts

GRADE 1
Preparation

10

Student has indicated that they have been working diligently on research topic, and has material the reflects the result of this work
8

Student has been consistently on task with little to no distractions, has supporting material to reflect effort
6

Student sometimes is on task in order to build up research portfolio, has somewhat strong supporting material indicating effort
2

Student sometimes is on task in order to build up research portfolio, has weak supporting material indicating effort
1

Student is rarely on task in order to build up research portfolio, has little to no supporting material indicating effort
0

Student not prepared, and was never on task
Research

Research based on assigned topic

10

Strong supporting material, explained in detail. Cohesive in ideas and very well organized.
8

Fairly strong supporting material, explained in detail. Fairly cohesive in ideas and very well organized.
6

somewhat inadequate supporting material, explained in detail. somewhat incoherent in ideas and very well organized.
2

supporting material greatly lacking , explained in detail. incoherent ideas and not very well organized.
1

some supporting material, not to much detail, no organized ideas
0

Student has no knowledge of assigned topic
Grade 2
Open to Personal Risk

10

Challenges themselves daily. Demonstrate a genuine desire to learn and share ideas with teacher and classmates. Initiates discussions.
8

Participates regularly in discussion volunteers ideas asks questions and defends opinions.
6

Shares ideas and asks appropriate questions.
2

Infrequently asks questions. Hesitant to share ideas or take risks. Only participates when called on.
1

Student does not participate and rarely if ever shares ideas or asks questions.
0

Student never shares ideas or asks questions
Respect for others

10

Listens respectfully to classmates and instructor and responds to comments in reflective and respectful fashion.
8

Listen respectfully to classmates and instructor, and responds to others' opinions in respectful manner.
6

Listens to classmates and respects opinions of others.
2

Occasionally talks or engages in other activities while others are speaking. Student frequently takes discussions off topic or monopolizes 'talking time'.
1

Displays poor listening skills. Consistently talks or engages in other activities while others are speaking. General disrespect for classroom decorum
0

Student is constantly playing cellphone or computer games/texting or having private discussions with other classmates. Disrespect for teacher or subject matter.
Grade 3
Speaking

10

-speaks clearly and convincingly
-uses a loud voice and articulates
-makes eye contact with the group
-precise, content specific vocabulary used
Pronunciation is adequate and precise.
8

speaks clearly
-uses a loud voice
-makes eye contact with the group
Pronunciation is somewhat adequate and precise.
6

unclear
-sometimes uses a loud voice
-sometimes makes eye contact with the group
-overuses prohibited words
Pronunciation is somewhat faulty and imprecise.
2

does not speak at all
-unclear-offensive language used
mumbles incoherently
-relies on slang or colloquial language
-irrelevant comments
Pronunciation is fairly inadequate and imprecise.
1

speaks about off-topic items
-obscene language
-incoherent ideas
0

student is speaking with peers on unrelated topics while another student is speaking
Interaction

10

-moves conversation by including others by summarizing, linking, questioning and/or clarifying ideas
-asks original, relevant questions
-point out key ideas
-brings up relevant ideas thatalters direction of discussion
8

attempts to move conversation forward and includes others in conversation by summarizing student ideas, linking ideas, questioning ideas and/or clarifying ideas
6

takes no responsibility for the direction of the roundtable
2

does not speak
-body language shows disinterest, has head down
-arrives late
1

is distracted, not paying attention to speakers
0

Not Present



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  • participation preparation undergraduate







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