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Creating a Blog

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Rubric Code: AA76X7
Rubric to be used for assessing ESL students blog design and posts
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Keywords: blog, reflection, media content
Categories: Subjects: Computers   English   Health   Science   Social Sciences   (General)  
Types: Assignment   Writing   Assessment   (Other)  
Grade Levels: 6-8, 9-12

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  Needs Work!!
1 pts
Pretty Good!!
2 pts
Great Job!!
3 pts
Absolutely Amazing!!
4 pts
Blog Organization
10 pts
Should be user friendly and easy to navigate
Needs Work!!

Blog is unorganized, hard to follow or navigate, non-working links, visually dissendent.
Pretty Good!!

Blog is clear to read, neat, and presentable All links and titles are easy to find. Blog is fairly easy to navigate.
Great Job!!

Blog is easy to understand, clear to read and navigate, aesthetically appealing and relevant, all links and titles are easy to find.
Absolutely Amazing!!

Blog is easy to understand, easy to navigate, clear to read, aesthetically appealing and relevant, all links are working and titles are easy to find.
Intellectual Engagement
20 pts
Needs Work!!

Blog entries make little or no reference to classroom discussion, lesson, or lesson activities OR Blog entry is copied from another student.
Pretty Good!!

Blog entries make some reference to classroom discussion, lesson, or lesson activities. Student posts an opinion but does not support it with facts.
Great Job!!

Blog entries show strong awareness of key issues discussed, makes full use of information from classroom discussion, lesson, and lesson activities. Includes a student opinion and adds examples supporting the entry.
Absolutely Amazing!!

Blog entries show strong awareness of key issues discussed in class, lesson or lesson activities. Student's own opinion is also present, and presents thought provoking questions or statements to further the discussion.
Personal Response.
10 pts
Needs Work!!

There is no personal opinion.
Pretty Good!!

Opinion is present but is not supported by facts.
Great Job!!

Opinion is supported through facts from classroom discussions or web/reading resources
Absolutely Amazing!!

Opinion is well organized. Student supports opinion with facts beyond the classroom discussions (as a result of research beyond class) and provides references to these sources.
Engaged Writing
30 pts
Writing mechanics
Needs Work!!

Blog entries use incorrect grammar and spelling, consistently making it difficult for others to follow ideas in entry.
Pretty Good!!

Blog entries show some evidence of correct grammar, spelling, punctuation, etc. Others will have little trouble following your entry.
Great Job!!

Blog entries show a good command of Standard English and have flair and originality. Few spelling or grammatical errors.
Absolutely Amazing!!

Blog entries meet all requirements for a 3 AND have no spelling or grammatical errors.
Technology
30 pts
Needs Work!!

Lacking variety in the usage of technology. Many links are not working.
Pretty Good!!

Uses few forms of technology repeatedly. All links work.
Great Job!!

Uses many different forms of technology; may or may not be relevant. All links work. Can be in the form of posts, new technology, animations, pictures, podcats, articles, links, or responses to others.
Absolutely Amazing!!

Updates are appropriate, numerous uses of technology being used for information communicated. Can be in the form of posts, new technology, animations, pictures, podcats, articles, links, or responses to others. Blog is very creative!!



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