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Class discussion rubric

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  • 1. Class Discussion RubricScore/Points Descriptor3 = 100 SCHOLAR - is involved in the quest for knowledge. He/she comes to class on time having prepared for the material to be covered. He/she initiates discussion, asks thoughtful and probing questions on a daily basis to expand the depth and breadth of understanding. He/she is an active listener giving full attention to the contributions of classmates.2 = 89 STUDENT - seeks clarification of issues discussed in class. He/she comes to class on time having prepared the material to be covered. He/she occasionally initiates discussion and facilitates class discussion by participating on a regular basis. He/she is a respectful listener, giving classmates his/her attention while they participate in class discussion.1 = 79 CLASS MEMBER – is attentive and aware of issues raised in class. He/she comes to class on time with the expected materials. He/she is familiar with the material to be covered. He/she participates in class discussion if called upon. He/she listens to class discussion.0 = 69 ACCIDENTAL TOURIST - has a habit of daydreaming, often finding it difficult to respond to a teachers question because he/she is lost in thought.[In the case of this type of student, as with the socialite/class clown or disruptor, speak to this child in private regarding this grade. Teacher call to parent may be necessary.]-1 = 59 SOCIALITE / CLASS CLOWN - treats the classroom as an opportunity to catch up on "whats happening" around town or to get attention at the expense of disrupting the class. He/she regards "learning" as secondary to advancing his/her personal interests. He/she occasionally listens to class discussion, but is always ready to give his/her "two- cents" opinion about what he/she is actually unprepared to discuss in depth.-1.5 = 55 DISRUPTOR - exhibits unhelpful behaviors. He/she is late and unprepared for class on a regular basis. He/she presents a belief that there is nothing more to be learned. His/her idea of a successful class is provoking an emotional reaction from someone; it doesnt really matter whether it is laughter, anger, or disgust.

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