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Rubrics

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Information on how to create and online generators  http://edtech.kennesaw.edu/intech/rubrics.htm

K-6 Response to Literature Rubrics:

K.RespToLit.Rubric.12.2011              

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CCSS-Aligned Rubrics, K-12

Posted by LaRae Blomquist on Thursday, January 12th 2012     

Both the K-6 and the 7-12 E/LA Steering Committees worked diligently over the past year to produce Common Core standards-aligned rubrics. As our teachers continue to hone writing instruction for students, these rubrics can serve not only as assessment tools but also as instructional tools that are used throughout the writing process. Several support documents to aid in how rubrics can be utilized in this fashion have also been uploaded. As more resources are produced, they will be added to this blog.

K-6 Response to Literature Rubrics:

K.RespToLit.Rubric.12.2011              

1st gr.RespToLit.Rubric.12.2011         

 2nd gr.RespToLit.Rubric.12.2011      

3rd gr.RespToLit.Rubric.12.2011            

4th gr.ResptoLitRubric.12.2011    

5th gr.RespToLit.Rubric.12.2011        

6th gr.RespToLit.Rubric.12.2011   

 

 

CLICK on Link under skill for graphic organizers, checklists/rubrics (k-2) and rubrics

Thinking Skill Stimulus Questions

extend & refining knowledge
Dimension 3

Comparing
How might ___________ and ___________ be organized into groups? What are the rules or characteristics that have been used to form groups?
Classifying
How might ___________ be organized into groups? What are the rules or characteristics that have been used to form groups?
Induction
What conclusions could be drawn from the data?
Deduction
Are there specific rules operating? Are there things that must happen because of these rules?
Error Analysis
Are there errors in reasoning or in a process that can be described?
Constructing Support
Is there a position you want to defend on a particular issue?
Abstracting
What is the relationship that exists in ___________ ? What is the abstract pattern or theme that lies at the heart of the relationship?
Analyzing Perspectives
What are the different perspectives or points of view on an issue?

 

Reasoning Process Stimulus Questions

using knowledge meaningfully
Dimension 4

Decision Making
Is there an important decision that should be studied or made?
Problem Solving
Is there some obstacle that needs to be overcome?
Experimental Inquiry
Is there a prediction about ___________ that can be made and then tested?
Invention
Is there something you want to create or improve upon?
Investigation
  • Historical


  • Projective


  • Definitional

 

  • Is there something that happened in the past that could be studied?

  • Is there a possible or hypothetical event that could be examined?

  • Is there a new concept or theory that could be described in detail?

 (Source: Marzano, R., Pickering, D., & McTighe J. (1993). Assessing Student Outcomes: Performance Assessment Using the Dimensions of Learning Model. ASCD)

 

 

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