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Socratic Circle Assessment 
Socratic Circle for Elementary Students
Rubric Code: ZB653C
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Subject: Education  
Type: Assessment  
Grade Levels: K-5, 6-8


Powered by iRubric SOCRATIC CIRCLE
  Accomplished

5 pts

Proficient

4 pts

Developing

3 pts

Emerging

2 pts

Learning/Observing

1 pts

Analysis

Accomplished

Participant offers enough solid analysis, without prompting, to move the conversation forward.
Proficient

Participant offers solid analysis without prompting.
Developing

Participant offers some analysis, with moderate prompting from peers and/or teacher, to move the conversation forward.
Emerging

Participant offers analysis, with much prompting from peers and/or instructor.
Learning/Observing

Participant offer very little analysis, despite prompting.
Comprehension

Accomplished

Participant demonstrates through comments, a deep knowledge of the text and the questions.
Proficient

Participant demonstrates through comments, a good knowledge of the text and the questions.
Developing

Through comments, participant demonstrates a some knowledge of the text through comments and/or responses to question(s) posed by instructor and/or peers.
Emerging

Participant demonstrates only a basic knowledge of the text through comments and/or responses to question(s) posed by instructor and/or peers.
Learning/Observing

Participant shows very little knowledge of the text or questions.
Preparation

Accomplished

Participant has come to the seminar prepared, with notes and a marked text.
Proficient

Participant has come to the seminar prepared, with moderate notes and a marked/annotated text.
Developing

Participant has come to the seminar somewhat prepared, with few notes and a marked/annotated text.
Emerging

Participant has come to the seminar somewhat prepared but is missing either notes or an annotated text.
Learning/Observing

Participant is unprepared for seminar.
Active Listening

Accomplished

Participant, through comments, shows active listening to other participants.
Proficient

Participant shows that he/she is actively listening to others and sometimes offers clarification and/or follow-up.
Developing

Participant shows that he/she is listening to others and offers a little clarification and/or follow-up.
Emerging

Participant listens but does not engage in follow-up or clarification with peers. Participant occasionally interrupts other participants.
Learning/Observing

Participate uses the seminar as an opportunity to debate or disprove individuals with minimal regard to the text and/or participant frequently interrupts fellow students.
Support/Elaboration

Accomplished

Participant offers clarification and/or follow-up that respectfully extends the conversation of classmates.
Participant does not debate or set out to disprove others & actively engages fellow students.
Proficient

Participant offers clarification and/or follow-up that extends the conversation in constructive ways but does not engage fellow students.
Developing

Participant offers a little clarification and/or follow-up that extends the conversation with minimal prompting from peers and/or instructor..
Emerging

Participant offers clarification and/or follow-up that extends the conversation in valuable and on-task ways with moderate prompting from peers and/or instructor.
Learning/Observing

Participant is unable to offer clarification OR participate offers information/comments that are off-task and/or distracting.
Focus

Accomplished

Participant’s remarks often refer back to specific parts of the text.
Proficient

Participant’s remarks usually refer back to parts of the text.
Developing

Participant’s remarks sometimes refer back to specific parts of the text.
Emerging

Participant’s remarks show little reference to the text and/or limit the scope of conversation.
Learning/Observing

Participant's remarks are off topic, distracting, and/or inappropriate.




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