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Reading Informational Texts Annotation Rubric 
Rubirc designed to score student annotations and evaluations of informational texts (RI.8.1, RI.8.6, and RI.8.8)
Rubric Code: V23X37A
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Subject: History  
Type: Reading  
Grade Levels: 6-8, 9-12


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  Exemplary

3 pts

Proficient

2 pts

Developing

1.5 pts

Annotation

Exemplary

Student's annotations show that s/he has engaged with the text on every page using several previously taught reading and comprehension skills.

Student accurately used all previously taught reading and comprehension skills throughout the text.
Proficient

Student annotated almost the entire (90%-100%) passage/article.
Student used 5-8 of the following reading and comprehension skills in his/her annotations:
write questions in margins,
underline details, write main ideas in margins,
label opinions,
draw pictures to visualize,
number & label events in a sequence, and make general comments.
Developing

Student annotated some (70%-89%) of the passage/article.
Student used 3-5 of the following reading and comprehension skills in his/her annotations:
write questions in margins,
underline details, write main ideas in margins,
label opinions,
draw pictures to visualize,
number & label events in a sequence, and make general comments.
Text Evaluation

Exemplary

Explicitly evaluates the argument, provides clear and sufficient reasons and analysis for the evaluation.
Proficient

Explicitly evaluates the argument and provides partial reasons and analysis for the evaluation.
Developing

Explicitly evaluates the argument by endorsing or rejecting it, but does not provide reasons or analysis.
Analyze Text

Exemplary

Cites sufficient, specific textual evidence, from throughout the text, clearly connecting to and supporting relevant points in the analysis.
Proficient

Cites sufficient specific textual evidence, generally supporting relevant points in the analysis.
Developing

Cites some specific textual evidence to support the analysis of a text.
Argument Evaluation

Exemplary

Explicitly evaluates the argument, provides clear and sufficient reasons and analysis for the evaluation.
Proficient

Explicitly evaluates the argument and provides partial reasons and analysis for the evaluation.
Developing

Explicitly evaluates the argument by endorsing or rejecting it, but does not provide reasons or analysis
Central/Main Idea

Exemplary

Identifies the central idea and analyzes key supporting details thoroughly, draws inferences (such as author’s position and purpose), makes sophisticated connections across texts.
Proficient

Identifies the central idea and analyzes key supporting details, draws inferences (such as author’s position and purpose), makes simple connections across texts.
Developing

Identifies the central idea and some supporting details, draws simple inferences. Does not make connections across texts.



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  • Reading A.O.W. Annotation Rubric







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