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  • 1. Summarizing Rubric Name: CATEGORY Intervention (D) Instructional (C) Independent (8) Advanced (A) Completeness Included 1 or 2 facts, Partial summary with Adequate summary Adept summary with may include extra some important ideas, with many important most important unimportant a few facts, may ideas, some details, ideas, details, facts, information include extra facts and important and important unimportant vocabulary vocabulary information Correctness Main idea is not Main idea is partially Main idea is Main idea is clearly expressed; it may expressed; it may expressed; all facts expressed; all facts include incorrect include incl uded are correct included are correct information misinterpretation Quality of Writing Written in own Generally written in Written in own Written in own language or in copied own language, may be language, generally language, flows text presented as a Iist of flows from one idea smoothly from one disconnected ideas to another idea to anotherComprehension Shouldnt Be Silent: From Strategy Instruction to Student Independence by Michelle J. Kelley and Nicki Clausen-Grace. © 2007 International Reading Association. May becopied for classroom use.

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