Rubric_Journal

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Rubric: Journals
Criteria
Mechanics
25 points
All spelling is correct,
sentences are free of
grammatical errors and
responses are well
thought out.
Connections to the text
are genuine and well
developed; assignment
objective is met.
15 points
Most of the spelling is
correct, few grammatical
errors, and paragraphs are
organized.
10 points
Several spelling and
grammatical errors;
difficult to follow logic and
reasoning.
5 points
Very little thought put into
the mechanics of good
writing.
Connections are adequate.
Connections are not well
developed.
Very little thought put into
connecting with the text.
Vocabulary
All vocabulary words are
briefly defined, using
context clues from the
text.
Vocabulary is adequate.
Vocabulary is mostly
correct.
Words are not defined
based upon context clues.
Reader
Response/Reflection
Journal entry reflects the
student has read the
assigned text, reflected
appropriately, and
demonstrates
understanding.
Journal entry reflects that
the student has read the
text and mostly
understands.
Journal entry indicates the
student has read most of
the text, but lacks
understanding of the
objective.
It is apparent the student
has not read the text and
does not completely
understand the
assignment.
Organization
Total Points/Comments
Rubric: Journals
Criteria
Mechanics
25 points
All spelling is correct,
sentences are free of
grammatical errors and
responses are well
thought out.
Connections to the text
are genuine and well
developed; assignment
objective is met.
15 points
Most of the spelling is
correct, few grammatical
errors, and paragraphs are
organized.
10 points
Several spelling and
grammatical errors;
difficult to follow logic and
reasoning.
5 points
Very little thought put into
the mechanics of good
writing.
Connections are adequate.
Connections are not well
developed.
Very little thought put into
connecting with the text.
Vocabulary
All vocabulary words are
briefly defined, using
context clues from the
text.
Vocabulary is adequate.
Vocabulary is mostly
correct.
Words are not defined
based upon context clues.
Reader
Response/Reflection
Journal entry reflects the
student has read the
assigned text, reflected
appropriately, and
demonstrates
understanding.
Journal entry reflects that
the student has read the
text and mostly
understands.
Journal entry indicates the
student has read most of
the text, but lacks
understanding of the
objective.
It is apparent the student
has not read the text and
does not completely
understand the
assignment.
Organization
Total Points/Comments
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