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Final Project: Grading Rubric Development Example 
Rubric Code: L22988B
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Subject: English  
Type: Homework  
Grade Levels: (none)


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  Advanced

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Profiecient

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Developing

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Not Present

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Points Earned

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Context and Development

Advanced

16 to 20 Points

The presentation clearly states how to make learning math fun and meaningful. This presentation also clearly demonstrates 12 different examples of how math can be fun to learn.
Profiecient

11 to 15 points

The presentation states how to make learning math fun and meaningful. This presentation has only half the examples of how math can be fun to learn.
Developing

5 to 10 points

The presentation states how to make learning math fun and meaningful. This presentation has no examples of how math can be fun to learn.
Not Present

0 to 4 points
The presentation does not clearly state how to make learning fun and meaningful and has no examples of how math can be fun to learn.
Points Earned
Organization and Structure

Advanced

16 to 20 Points

The presentation has the minimum of 15 slides and demonstrates a clear knowledge on the subject being presented. The slides in the presentation are presented in a clear and easy to follow manner.
Profiecient

11 to 15 points

The presentation has 12-14 slides and show a clear knowledge on the subject being presented. The slides in the presentation are presented in a clear and easy to follow manner.
Developing

5 to 10 points

The presentation has 9-11 slides and shows a knowledge on the subject being presented. The slides in the presentation are clear but hard to follow.
Not Present

0 to 4 points

The presentation has 8 or fewer slides and does not show a clear knowledge of what is being presented. The slides in the presentation are not clear and are not easy to follow.
Points Earned
Graphics

Advanced

16 to 20 Points

The presentation has a minimum of 10 graphics, and the graphics all flow with the topic. The graphics support important information for the topic being presented.
Profiecient

11 to 15 points

The presentation has a minimum of 7-9 graphics, and the graphics all flow with the topic. The graphics support the important information for the topic being presented.
Developing

5 to 10 points

The presentation has a minimum of 4-6 graphics, and the graphics all flow with the topic. The graphics somewhat support the important information for the topic being presented.
Not Present

O to 4 points

The presentation has a minimum of 3 or fewer graphics and they do not flow with the topic. None of the graphics support the important information for the topic being presented.
Points Earned
Apa Format

Advanced

16 to 20 Points

Presentation includes a minimum of 3 sources that are all within the last 5 year. All 3 sources are cited and referenced correctly in APA format.
Profiecient

11 to 15 points

Presentation includes a minimum of 3 sources but they are not all within the last 5 year. All 3 sources are cited and referenced in APA format with a couple of mistakes.
Developing

5 to 10 points

Presentation includes only 2 sources, but both are within the last 5 years. The 2 sources are cited and referenced in APA format with a few mistakes.
Not Present

0 to 4 points

Presentation has 2 or fewer sources and with only one source in the last 5 years. The sources are not cited or referenced correctly.
Points Earned
Grammar, Punctuation, and Spelling

Advanced

16 to 20 Points

The presentation has no grammar, punctuation, or spelling errors. The presentation is very well done, and creative.
Profiecient

11 to 15 points

The presentation has a couple grammar, punctuation, or spelling errors. The presentation is very well done, and creative.
Developing

5 to 10 points

The presentation has a few grammar, punctuation, or spelling mistakes. The presentation is done, but creative.
Not Present

0 to 4 points

The presentation has many grammar, punctuation, and spelling errors, The presentation is not done well, and is not very creative.
Points Earned




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