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16 POINTS - 4 points each section) Below is a chart that shows you exactly how your class participation grade will be determined. All students are expected to participate in class, come prepared and stay on task.
Rubric Code: YX4AA82
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Subject: Test Preparation  
Type: Attendance  
Grade Levels: 6-8, 9-12


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  Excellent

4 pts

Good

3 pts

Fair

2 pts

Poor

or no points

1 pts

SELF MANAGEMENT OF LEARNING

Excellent

EXCELLENT<BR>
Student always submits assignments on time, stays on task and use effective study strategies.
Good

GOOD<BR>
Most of the time student submits assignments on time, and stays on task.
Fair

FAIR<BR>
Student SOMETIMES uses time appropriately, and stays on task. But, rarely completes paragraphs in class during the assigned time.
Poor

POOR<BR>
Student is frequently unprepared and does not complete the work during class time or at home.
CLASSROOM BEHAVIOR

Excellent

EXCELLENT<BR>
Student contributes to creating a classroom community where all students feel respected and safe to share ideas and does not distract other students with their actions.
Good

GOOD<BR>
Most of the time, student helps maintain a classroom community where all students feel respected and safe to share ideas and sometimes distract other students with their actions.
Fair

FAIR<BR>
Student rarely helps maintain a classroom community where all students feel respected and safe to share ideas. He or she frequently distracts other with his or her actions.
Poor

POOR<BR>
Student does not help maintain a classroom community where all students feel respected and safe to share ideas. Student constantly distracts other with their actions.
PARTICIPATION AND COLLABORATION

Excellent

EXCELLENT<BR>
Student often asks questions, collaborates with other students and engages in conversation related to the task.
Good

GOOD<BR>
Student sometimes asks questions and collaborates with other students and engages in conversation that is mostly related to the task.
Fair

FAIR<BR>
Student rarely participates in class, and struggles with collaboration.
Poor

POOR<BR>
Student does not participate in class or collaborate and engages in conversation that does not relate to the task.
APPROPRIATE USE OF RESOURCES

Excellent

EXCELLENT<BR>
Student uses a variety of appropriate resources to improve their English proficiency such as an English dictionary (not electronic), research websites provided by teacher and other educational websites where student seeks accurate information.
Good

GOOD<BR>
Student attempts to use appropriate resources and asks assistance from teacher to clarify information obtained from those sources.
Fair

FAIR<BR>
Student does not use attempt to use a variety appropriate resources and tools to assist their learning, but instead copies from others or from electronic dictionary without knowing what he or she is writing.
Poor

POOR<BR>
Student uses electronic dictionary ONLY and copies sentences and words he or she does not understand.
USE OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE

Excellent

Student always demonstrates his or her willingness to use English orally in class. He or she constantly speaks to classmates in English. In addition student asks teacher to clarify English grammar or vocabulary.
Good

Student sometimes shows willingness to use speak in English during class to classmates and teacher. Students sometimes asks teacher to clarify grammar and/or vocabulary questions.
Fair

Student rarely speaks in English in class to classmates or teacher. Student rarely asks teacher to clarify English grammar or Vocabulary.
Poor

Student never speaks in English in class to classmates or teacher. Student never asks teacher to clarify English grammar and/or vocabulary.



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