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Ready-Set-Tech: Grades and Project Rubrics

Grades and Project Rubrics

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To remind you, homework and classwork assignments are graded on a four-point scale based on quality: thoughtfulness, style, and correct use of grammar, vocabulary usage, and the other rules for standard written English. Please note, though, that grading exceptions regarding language rule use will be made depending on the context of your writing. Be sure to follow the language rules for all major written assignments and designated homework and classwork assignments. When posting to Nicenet, you can write using the language, grammar, and style you'd normally use when emailing or writing in your own personal journals. Here is the translation of the grading key: X = 0, Ö- = 1, Ö = 2, Ö+ = 3.

 

Project Rubrics

  Beginning
1
Developing
2
Accomplished
3
Exemplary
4
Plot Incomplete, too complex for you to handle  Complete, but basic Complete and interesting Complete and fascinating
Characters (including you) Not clear who they are with physical and verbal description (Huh?) Clear who they are 
(You seem familiar...have we met before?)
Stand out to the reader 
(Hey, I know you.)
Seem realistic (So, what are you doing later?)
Historical details and accuracy Very few details of the utopian/dystopian society you are visiting Accurate details of the utopian/dystopian society you are visiting Good use of details of the society you are visiting Excellent use of the details of the society you are visiting.
Theme Not apparent 
(Are we learning anything here?)
Vague 
(I think I know what you're trying to tell me, but...)
Clear 
(Oh...yeah...)
Very clear (Ah-ha!)
Dialogue None 
(When did these people become a bunch of mutes?)
Used, but inadequate (They're talking, but I don't know what about...or why.) Used well 
(I know what you mean.)
Used very well
(I couldn't have said it better.)
Conflict Not clear Clear Very clear Well done
Point of View Not used consistently Mostly consistent Consistent Well done
Setting Not apparent
(Hey! Where are we?)
Vague
(I think I've been here before, but I'm not sure.)
Clear
(This looks familiar.)
Very clear
(Put the map away.)
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