Will the Real Rubric Please Stand Up

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Will the Real Rubric Please Stand Up

  1. 1. Will the real rubric please stand up? EDEL 335
  2. 2. Will the real rubric please stand up?Examine the various evaluation tools at your table.What are the strengths and limitations of each tool?Which tool will provide teachers and students with the most specific information about student learning?
  3. 3. Paragraph ‘Rubric’ Name /1 Title /1 • Strengths . . . Indent /1 Topic Sentence /2 • Limitations . . . Supporting Ideas /3 Concluding Sentence /2 Handwriting /2 Neatness /2 Effort /1 Total /15
  4. 4. Paragraph ‘Rubric’ Content /10 • Strengths . . . Organization /10 • Limitations . . . Effort /5 Total /25 NOTE: Marks are also awarded for neatness and creativity.
  5. 5. Paragraph ‘Rubric’ Content 4 3 2 1 • Strengths . . . Organization 4 3 2 1 • Limitations . . . Vocabulary 4 3 2 1 Sentences 4 3 2 1 Conventions 4 3 2 1 Total /20
  6. 6. Paragraph ‘Rubric’ 4 • • • • (6 bullets) • Strengths . . . • • • Limitations . . . 3 • • • (5 bullets) • • 2 • • • (4 bullets) • 1 • • • (5 bullets) • •
  7. 7. Paragraph ‘Rubric’ 4 3 2 1 Creates . . . appealing purposeful simplistic unrelated or unfocused Organizes ... pertinent relevant appropriate unrelated Selects . . . vivid interesting routine basic • Strengths . . . • Limitations . . .
  8. 8. Points to Ponder What insights did you gain as you participated in this activity? What questions were generated as possible areas for further study?

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