Charlotte book report rubric

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Charlotte book report rubric

  1. 1. 4/16/14, 5:43 PMprint rubric: RCampus Open Tools for Open Minds Page 1 of 2https://www.rcampus.com/rubricprinteditc.cfm?mode=1 Assumption Catholic School Mrs. Bernstein Student: _____________________ Rubric: Written Book Report Rubric Elements You got it! 4 pts Almost there 3 pts Needs Improvement 2 pts Unacceptable 1 pts Total Points (N/A) Introduction Paragraph You got it! The setting of the story was clearly described and complete sentences were used. Almost there The setting was clearly described but complete sentences were not used. Needs Improvement The setting was not clearly identified. Complete sentences were not used. Unacceptable The setting was not identified. Complete sentences were not used. Total Points 1st Body Paragraph You got it! The main characters were described correctly demonstrating great detail and insight. I have a clear picture of the characters and their role in the story. Almost there The main characters were not described in great details. I learned a limited amount about their role in the story. Needs Improvement The main characters were not identified and/ or described correctly. Unacceptable The main characters were not identified and/ or described. Total Points 2nd Body Paragraph You got it! The summary of the story was well described including beginning, middle and end. Almost there The summary was described but not in great detail. Needs Improvement The summary was not identified correctly. The report seems to jump from one event to the next randomly. Unacceptable The summary was not fully identified (missing beginning, middle or ending). Total Points Conclusion Paragraph You got it! Student explained whether or not they would recommend this book to others. They backed up their opinion with good reasons and details. Almost there The recommendation had some reasons to back it up, but lacked details and was not clear. It was unclear what type of reader would enjoy this Needs Improvement The recommendation lacked reasons or examples. It was unclear if the student would recommend the book or not. Unacceptable There was not recommendation given. Total Points
  2. 2. 4/16/14, 5:43 PMprint rubric: RCampus Open Tools for Open Minds Page 2 of 2https://www.rcampus.com/rubricprinteditc.cfm?mode=1 Student explained what type of reader would enjoy this book. book. Grammar & Spelling You got it! Less than one spelling and one grammar error. Complete sentences used through the paper. Almost there More than two grammar and two spelling errors. Less than 2 incomplete or fragmented sentences. Needs Improvement More than 5 grammar and 5 spelling errors. Many incomplete sentences. Unacceptable Many errors in grammar and spelling that made it difficult to read. Major sentence structure errors. Total Points Favorite Part Cover Picture You got it! Student clearly and neatly depicted his or her favorite part using pictures drawn and colored by themselves Almost there Student clearly depicted his or her favorite part using pictures drawn and colored by themselves. Needs Improvement Student did not color and/or pictures does not clearly depict a scence from the story. Unacceptable Student did not take pride in his or her work. More effort is needed. Total Points Comments: Build free rubrics at www.iRubric.com. Rubric Code: KCB679

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