EOC Rubric
Connecting Selections
 Score point 3: EXEMPLARY response
 Indicates an ACCOMPLISHED reading
performance
 Sco...
What’s for dinner??
Insufficient:
Partially sufficient:

Sufficient:
EXEMPLARY!
Transportation??

Exemplary
Exemplary
Vacation??
Score Point 3
 Exemplary responses indicate an

ACCOMPLISHED reading performance.


The idea is





PERCEPTIVE
and r...
Text Evidence
 For both selections, the text evidence

is SPECIFIC
 and WELL CHOSEN.


 The evidence STRONGLY supports...
Putting it all together…
 For both selections
 the

COMBINATION of the idea and
the text evidence demonstrates a
DEEP UN...
A➜T➜E
A: Answer the question clearly


If it is too vague or general, then you will receive a
zero (0)!

T: Thinking—
...
A➜T➜E
A: Answer the question clearly


If it is too vague or general, then you will receive a
zero (0)!

T: Thinking—
...
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Open-Ended Response rubric

  1. 1. EOC Rubric Connecting Selections  Score point 3: EXEMPLARY response  Indicates an ACCOMPLISHED reading performance  Score point 2: SUFFICIENT response  Indicates a SATISFACTORY reading performance  Score point 1: PARTIALLY SUFFICIENT  Indicates a BASIC reading performance  Score point 0: INSUFFIECIENT response  Indicates a VERY LIMITED reading performance
  2. 2. What’s for dinner?? Insufficient: Partially sufficient: Sufficient:
  3. 3. EXEMPLARY!
  4. 4. Transportation?? Exemplary
  5. 5. Exemplary Vacation??
  6. 6. Score Point 3  Exemplary responses indicate an ACCOMPLISHED reading performance.  The idea is    PERCEPTIVE and reflects an AWARENESS of the COMPLEXITIES of the text. The student develops   a COHERENT explanation of the idea by making DISCERNING connections across both selections.
  7. 7. Text Evidence  For both selections, the text evidence is SPECIFIC  and WELL CHOSEN.   The evidence STRONGLY supports the validity of the idea.
  8. 8. Putting it all together…  For both selections  the COMBINATION of the idea and the text evidence demonstrates a DEEP UNDERSTANDING of the text. Idea Text Evidence
  9. 9. A➜T➜E A: Answer the question clearly  If it is too vague or general, then you will receive a zero (0)! T: Thinking—  Explain the answer you gave. If your answer is reasonable, but there is no bridge between your answer and your evidence, then you will not get above a one (1)! E: Evidence— The evidence you give must support your answer, not echo your answer!
  10. 10. A➜T➜E A: Answer the question clearly  If it is too vague or general, then you will receive a zero (0)! T: Thinking—  Explain the answer you gave. If your answer is reasonable, but there is no bridge between your answer and your evidence, then you will not get above a one (1)! E: Evidence— The evidence you give must support your answer, not echo your answer!

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