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iRubric: Note-taking Rubric

iRubric: Note-taking Rubric

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Note-taking Rubric

  Derived from rubric: Note-taking Rubric-Webbing/mapping
built by dbinkley

Rubric Code: Z9W2B7
Generalized rubric to cover a variety of note-taking formats
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Keywords: notes, note-taking, webbing, mapping, clustering
Categories: Subjects: Business   Humanities   Education   (General)  
Types: Class note   Assessment   (Other)  
Grade Levels: K-5, 6-8, 9-12


Powered by iRubric Note Taking Skills
  Above Standard
4 pts
Meets Standard
3 pts
Below Standard
2 pts
Minimal
1 pts
FORMAT
Above Standard

ALL Notes follow correct format as modeled in class, with main ideas and supporting information in proper place
Meets Standard

MOST notes follow correct format as modeled in class, with main ideas and supporting information in proper place
Below Standard

Less than 1/2 of notes follow correct format as modeled in class, with main ideas and supporting information in proper place
Minimal

Format and organization is not evident
CONTENT
Above Standard

Notes clearly contain "main idea" <BR>
every property, postulate or theorem is written with appropriate specific examples
Meets Standard

Notes are missing a few "main ideas" including postulates, definitions, theorems or properties, specific examples are listed with available ideas.
Below Standard

Notes are missing many main ideas, postulates, proofs, definitions, theorems, or properties, no specific examples are included.
Minimal

No main ideas, including postulates, proofs, definitions, theorems, or properties are referenced, no specific examples.
EXAMPLES
Above Standard

Examples are clear and well documented for every main idea.
Meets Standard

Some examples are listed.
Below Standard

Insufficient examples
Minimal

No examples.
PICTURES/DIAGRAMS
Above Standard

Appropriate pictures, graphs, tables and diagrams are recorded.
Meets Standard

Some pictures are represented.
Below Standard

Insufficient pictures and diagrams.
Minimal

No pictures, or diagrams.
VOCABULARY
Above Standard

All appropriate vocabulary words are well defined with appropriate examples.
Meets Standard

Specified text vocabulary is defined with appropriate examples.
Below Standard

Some vocabulary is defined, no examples.
Minimal

No vocabulary words are defined
LEGIBILITY/NEATNESS
Above Standard

ALL notes are neat and legible so as to make them beneficial for studyying what you've read
Meets Standard

MOST notes are neat and legible so as to make them beneficial for studying what you've read. Some points are messy or illegible
Below Standard

Notes are a combination of neat and legible and messy and illegible, making them ineffective as a study tool
Minimal

Notes are not legible



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