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AVID & Check writing Rubric

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Students take notes in Cornell Notes style and then practice writing checks. This form allows for feedback and efficient grading on both the Cornell Notes and the checks.

Students take notes in Cornell Notes style and then practice writing checks. This form allows for feedback and efficient grading on both the Cornell Notes and the checks.

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AVID & Check writing Rubric

  1. 1. Topic/Objective: Name: Class/Period: Date: Essential Question: Questions: Notes: Summary: 7/8: Topic filled in. Clearly defined 5/6: Topic filled in. Well defined 3/4: Topic abbreviated/somewhat defined 1/2: Topic unclear/poorly defined 0: No topic listed 7/8: All info provided. Easy to read 5/6: All/most info provided. Readability issue 3/4: Most/some info provided. Readability issue 1/2: Mostly missing info. Readability issue 0: Not filled in 7/8:Fullsentenceused.Cleartoread 5/6:Fullsentence.Minor“English”issue 3/4:Incompletesentence.“English”issue 1/2:Incomplete.Major“English”issue 0:Incomplete.Noinformation 7/8: Clear & complete copy of source information. Readable. Organized. 5/6: Complete copy of source information. Readable and/or Mostly organized. 3/4: Mostly complete copy of source information. Mostly readable and/ organized 1/2: Inaccurate copy of source information. Readability and organization issues 0: No information written down/information in Notes section 7/8: Clear, complete, informative response. Readable. Organized. 5/6: Mostly complete response. Readable. Mostly organized. 3/4: Somewhat complete response. Mostly readable &/ organized 1/2: Incomplete response. Readability & organization issues 0: No response 7/8: Summary answers the essential question using information from notes takes in a clear and concise way. Integrated response 5/6: Summary answers the essential question using information from notes taken 3/4: Summary mostly answers essential question. Some information from notes used. Somewhat disjointed 1/2: Summary response barely/does not answer the essential question. Notes barely/poorly used 0: No summary provided Angela DeHart, 5/2016
  2. 2. Check Writing Feedback Part # Part Description Error 1 Date Incorrect No Year No comma Blank 2 Payee Not capitalize name properly Not start writing at front of line Not blanked out Scribble 3 Number amount Not start writing at front of line Unreadable Blank Not match written amount 4 Written amount No hyphen Not at front of line No fraction (cents) Not blanked out Not match number amount Mis-spelled Wrote “and” Wrote “cents” Wrote below line Not start in “Caps” “Caps” in wrong place Scribble 5 Memo Blank Incorrect 6 Signature First name only Initials Blank Printed Scribble 7 Name Blank Wrong into 8 Check number Out of order 9 Fraction code - - - 10 Bank/Credit Union information - - - 11 Routing/Bank or Credit Union account number - - - - General mistakes Not written in blue/black pen Comma used incorrectly Spelling errors Angela DeHart, 5/2016

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