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Wordly Wise Rubric 
Rubric Code: A235CW5
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Subject: English  
Type: Assessment  
Grade Levels: 9-12


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4 pts

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3 pts

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2 pts

Point Value

1 pts

Definition

Point Value

Correctly explains the vocabulary word based on the context in the reading and includes exact words from the definition in Wordy Wise demonstrating precise understanding of the vocabulary word.
Point Value

Correctly explains the vocabulary word based on the context in the reading and demonstrates a proficient, but not precise, understanding of the vocabulary word.
Point Value

Ambiguous explanation of the vocabulary word based on the context in the reading demonstrating a limited understanding of the vocabulary word.
Point Value

Ambiguous explanation of the vocabulary word based on the context in the reading demonstrating incorrect understanding of the vocabulary word OR incorrect or unfinished answer.
Conventions

Point Value

All capitalization is correct; 1 punctuation error, no spelling errors, vocabulary word spelled correctly and with correct suffix
Point Value

1 capitalization error; 1-3 punctuation errors, 1-3 spelling errors vocabulary word spelled correctly and with correct suffix
Point Value

1-3 capitalization errors; 4-6 punctuation errors, 4-6 spelling errors vocabulary word spelled correctly
Point Value

4-6 capitalization errors; 6-8 punctuation errors, 6-8 spelling errors.
Evidence

Point Value

Every answer begins with the title of the article; every answer includes evidence from the text with an in-text citation - example (P1)
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Most answers begins with the title of the article; most answers include evidence from the text with an in-text citation
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Some answers begins with the title of the article; some answers include evidence from the text with an in-text citation
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Many answers do not begin with the title of the article; many answers do not include evidence from the text with an in-text citation OR missing/unfinished.
Writing

Point Value

A formal writing style is used for the majority of the answers including limiting pronoun usage.
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A formal writing style is used for many of the answers including limiting pronoun usage.
Point Value

Formal writing style is somewhat evident.
Point Value

Formal writing style is not evident OR missing/unfinished.




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