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Plan the assessment ii rubrics ites final

  1. 1. Name:____________________________________________ Name: summative journal rubric EXPERT PRACTITIONER APPRENTICE NOVICE SCALE Posts show limited Posts are superficial Posts deeply reflect on Posts reflect on student's E(15) reflection on student's role retelling of student's Clarity and student's role in process, role in process, and P(10) in process, and sometimes role in process, and do depth of posts and show student intent sometimes show student A(7) show limited student not show student future for future project work future work intent N(3) future work intent work intent Visually disorganized, uses High quality; neat and Neat but somewhat E(15) American Standard English Entries discourage Quality of work clean, uses American disorganized, uses P(10) with numerous errors, reader, uses mostly TXT presented Standard English with American Standard A(7) mixes in TXT or IM or IM language little to no errors English with some errors N(3) language Posts flow well and Posts flow and shows Posts flow and structure E(15) Posts flow and structure is Cohesiveness of shows structure; process limited structure; shows is random and P(10) choppy; difficulty seeing information makes sense and create a complete product after disconnected; unable to A(7) complete product a complete product review see complete product N(3) One-to-two posts One-to-two posts E(15) Three or more posts Timeliness of Two posts completed completed each week completed every few P(10) completed each week on SCORE: posts each week on time within 1 day of the due weeks; student unable A(7) time or before due dates date(s) to follow due dates N(3) Standards Covered: LA - Benchmark 6-8.LA.S5.B5: Integrate content, style, and structure for of writing for a specific audience / purpose. 60 LA - Benchmark 6-8.LA.S5.B6: Write personal responses to literature in a variety of formats. SS - Benchmark 6-8.SS.S8.B1: Explain concepts of individual development and patterns of interactions between individuals, groups, and institutions. Habits of the Mind: Questining and Posing Problems, Applying Past Knowledge to New Situations, Imagining, Thinking Independently, Learning Continuously Wagner's Seven Survival Skills for Teens Today: Effective Oral and Written Communication COMMENTS:
  2. 2. Rubric for asynchronous web activity Name: Ites - documentary group rubric 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 Student has 2+ postings of Students has 1 posting of new Student posts 1 new piece of Student has 3+ postings of new weekly information new information / follows lead information / only posts info incompletely or information / breaks project down posting of another in breaking info into information to complete inaccurately / does not post into digestible chunks chunks assignment new info Communicates with others Limited communication with Communicates with others / effectively, clearly, and respectfully others / re-words or repeats Makes limited effort to respectfully references at least / attempts to motivate group others' posts or does not engage with the group / may group dialogue 1 colleague; does not disrupt interaction with new and creative reference any specific post off-topic / no references flow of group discussion / approaches / uses text support colleagues / little to no text to text limited use of text support where appropriate support Several errors in G.U.M. / post Extensive errors in G.U.M. Few errors in G.U.M. / post is of Many errors in G.U.M. / word is of inappropriate length / interfere with meaning / word mechanics and appropriate length / effective word choice & sentence structure word choice and sentence choice & sentence structure style choice & sentence structure gives show little variety, diminishing structure contribute to an interfere with meaning / unique individual voice sense of voice appropriate & effective voice voice is overly informal post is late; format obscures organization and post is on time and helps format post is on time and organized post is late or somewhat or prevents understanding of timing organization of discussions in format organized in format post individual rubric 14 - 12 11 - 8 7-4 3-0 Uses supports to present Limited presentation of Uses strong supports to present Presentation information accurate and understandable information; consistently off weekly reviews information clearly and accurately; somewhat confused or information; sometimes off task/ does not participate in addresses only the topic(s) at hand muddled; often off task task reviews Individual puts forth little Individual efforts lead directly to Individual efforts assist group Individual efforts toward project effort toward project solution of group problem / project; Individual support project completion; individual completion vary; individual completion; individual does individual does all efforts to group project puts forth effort most of the efforts appear more for self that only assigned self work and necessary for successful project time. project completion puts forth no effort toward completion group project Created by Colleen Ites with sections taken from "Sample Blog Post Rubric" by Stacy Kitsis, English Journal, November 2008 (34). COMMENTS:
  3. 3. Standards covered: IL: Benchmark 6-8. Info.S2.B1: Identify major areas of the media center and demonstrate understanding of their purpose. IL: Benchmark 6-8. Info.S2.B2: Identify ways technology can be used as an aid in gathering information. IL: Benchmark 6-8. Info. S3.B2: Utilize various technological tools to gather and interpret data. IL: Benchmark 6-8. Info. S4.B1: Use information accurately in an end product. SCANS skills: WORKPLACE SKILLS: Resources, Interpersonal Skills, Information, and Technology SCANS skills: FOUNDATION COMPETENCIES Basic Skills, Thinking Skills, Personal Qualities SCANS skills: The Seven C's: Thinking-and-Doing, Creativity, Collaboration, Communication, Computing SCANS skills: enGAUGE 21st Century Skills: Digital Age Literacy, Effective Communication SCANS skills: HABITS OF THE MIND: Persisting, Managing Impulsivity, Striving for Accuracy and Precision, Questioning and Posing Problems, Applying Past Knowledge to New Situations, Creating, Imagining, and Innovating, Taking Responsible Risks, Thinking Independently, Learning Continuously SCANS skills: THE SIX A's: Authenticity, Academic Rigor, Applied Learning, Active Exploration, Adult Connections, Assessment Practices Wagner's Seven Survival Skills for Teens Today: Critical Thinking and Problem-Solving, Collaboration across Networks and Leading by Influence, Agility and Adaptability, Effective Oral and Written Communication, Accessing and Analyzing Information, Curiosity and Imagination.
  4. 4. Ites documentary GROUP WORK Name: chosen assessments Your group will use your running records and any other information you have gathered during your reading. You will be assessed equally based on the following rubric, but you need to complete a second rubric showing exactly each group member's role in the completion of the assessments. The assessment is worth 50 points. documentary rubric EXPERT PRACTITIONER APPRENTICE NOVICE SCALE SCORES E(15) Correctness of facts 2 or less errors in 3 errors in facts 4 errors in facts 5+ errors in facts P(12) used facts presented presented presented presented A(9) N(6) Limited quality and High quality; neat Low quality, lack of E(15) Good quality, limited neatness, efforts of Quality of work and clean, shows neatness, no P(12) neatness, shows individuals seem presented individualized efforts individualized stamp A(9) individual efforts mechanical or in completing whole of each member N(6) obvious Information shows Information Information Information flows flow and basic somewhat muddled confusing or out of Cohesiveness of well and shows structure, group and structure shaky; order / no structure; E(10) P(8) information; ability to structure; group able works with 1-2 group works with 3 4+ reminders for A(6) N(4) work as a group to work as one reminders to work reminders to work group to work together together together Extremely creative in Somewhat creative in Limited creativity in Little or no creativity Creativity in ideas or E(10) P(8) ideas and ideas and ideas and in ideas and presentation A(6) N(4) presentation presentation presentation presentation COMMENTS:
  5. 5. Digital Storytelling Rubric Name:_____________________________________ CATEGORY 20 - 16 15 - 11 10 - 6 5-0 Establishes a Establishes a purpose There are a few It is difficult to Point of purpose early on and early on and maintains lapses in focus, but figure out the View - maintains a clear focus for most of the the purpose is fairly purpose of the Purpose focus throughout. story. clear. story. Tries to use pacing Occasionally speaks (rhythm and voice The pace (rhythm too fast or too slowly punctuation), but it is No attempt to and voice for the story line. The often noticeable that match the pace of Voice - punctuation) fits the pacing (rhythm and the pacing does not the storytelling to Pacing story line and helps voice punctuation) is fit the story line. the story line or the the audience really relatively engaging for Audience is not audience. "get into" the story. the audience. consistently engaged. Images create a Images create an An attempt was distinct atmosphere atmosphere or tone made to use images Little or no attempt or tone that matches that matches some to create an to use images to different parts of the parts of the story. The Images atmosphere/tone but create an story. The images images may it needed more work. appropriate may communicate communicate Image choice is atmosphere/tone. symbolism and/or symbolism and/or logical. metaphors. metaphors. Audio creates Audio and chosen Audio elements Audio added excellent tone of sounds add confusing based on detracts from story; Non-text story, music and appropriate tone to text of story; can chosen sounds Audio sound effects add story and emotional distract reader from remove reader from depth and layers of aspect to text; chosen the overall story tone of story emotion to story audio is logical. The story is told with The story composition exactly the right is typically good, The story seems to The story needs amount of detail though it seems to need more editing. It extensive editing. It Economy throughout. It does drag somewhat OR is noticeably too long is too long or too not seem too short need slightly more or too short in more short to be nor does it seem too detail in one or two than one section. interesting. long. sections. Grammar and usage Grammar and usage Repeated errors in Grammar and usage were correct (for the were typically correct grammar and were typically correct Grammar dialect chosen) and (for the dialect chosen) usage distracted but errors detracted contributed to clarity and errors did not greatly from the from story. and style. detract from the story. story.
  6. 6. CATEGORY 15 - 12 11 - 8 7-4 3-0 Influence of mentor Little to no Influence of mentor Influence of mentor author difficult to influence of mentor author obvious and author Influence of find, chosen author found; shown, chosen understandable, mentor aspect(s) of author’s chosen aspect(s) of aspect(s) of author’s chosen aspect(s) of author writing evident at author’s writing writing evident author’s writing evident times throughout barely evident in throughout story across story story story All materials used in Legality of Follows legal and an appropriate and Materials used materials used and Legality and copyright rules most of legal manner breaks copyright and appropriateness of appropriaten the time, most content (copyright); all appropriateness of content covered ess of appropriate to story content appropriate content covered breaks copyright, material type and school to story type and questionable story type, and regulations school regulations school regulations COMMENTS: Standards Covered: (for the documentary) LA: Benchmark 6-8.LA.S1.B2:Use a variety of strategies to define and extend understanding of word meaning. LA: Demonstrate knowledge of text structure in nonfiction. LA: Benchmark 6-8.LA.S3.B2: Write a series of working drafts that format or organize prewriting strategies into a formal draft. LA: Benchmark 6-8.LA.S5.B1: Analyze and write expository composition. LA: Benchmark 6-8.LA.S5.B1: Integrate content, style, and structure of writing for a specific audience/purpose LA: Benchmark 6-8.LA.S7.B1: Generate questions to give direction to research. LA: Benchmark 6-8.LA.S7.B2: Classify information sources as useful and appropriate to development of a particular topic. LA: Benchmark 6-8.LA.S7.B3: Cite all resources used in research in an appropriate format. SS: Benchmark 6-8.SS.S6.B1:Identify & explain the role of key events and historical figures in the development of civilizations. SS: Benchmark 6-8.SS.S8.B1:Explain concepts of individual development and patterns of interactions between individuals, groups, and institutions. SS: Benchmark 6-8.SS.S9.B1:Identify and explain historical and current global connections. IL: Benchmark 6-8. Info.S1.B1: Practice responsible use of equipment, software, and print materials. IL: Benchmark 6-8. Info.S1.B2: Exhibit respect for authorship and copyright. IL: Benchmark 6-8. Info.S2.B1: Identify major areas of the media center and demonstrate understanding of their purpose. IL: Benchmark 6-8. Info.S2.B2: Identify ways technology can be used as an aid in gathering information. IL: Benchmark 6-8. Info. S3.B2: Utilize various technological tools to gather and interpret data. IL: Benchmark 6-8. Info. S4.B1: Use information accurately in an end product. SCANS skills & competencies: WORKPLACE SKILLS: Resources, Interprersonal Skills, Information, and Technology FOUNDATION COMPETENCIES: Basic Skills, Thinking Skills, Personal Qualities THE SEVEN C’S: Critical Thinking-and-Doing, Creativity, Collaboration, Communication, Computing THE enGAUGE 21ST-CENTURY SKILLS Digital Age Literacy, Effective Communication HABITS OF THE MIND: Persisting, Managing Impulsivity, Striving for Accuracy and Precision, Questioning and Posing Problems, Applying Past Knowledge to New Situations, Creating, Imagining, and Innovating, Taking Responsible Risks, Thinking Independently, Learning Continuously SCANS skills: THE SIX A's: Authenticity, Academic Rigor, Applied Learning, Active Exploration, Adult Connections, Assessment Practices Wagner's Seven Survival Skills for Teens Today: Critical Thinking and Problem-Solving, Collaboration across Networks and Leading by Influence, Agility and Adaptability, Effective Oral and Written Communication,
  7. 7. Accessing and Analyzing Information, Curiosity and Imagination.
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