Rubrics - My SMCC

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Paul J. Charpentier
How do you use them?
 Holistic
 Analytical
 “A
holistic rubric requires the
teacher to score the overall
process or product as a whole,
without judging the
component parts separately
(Nitko, 2001).”
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Score
Description
5
4
3
2
Demonstrates complete understanding of the problem. All
requirements of task are included in response.
Demonstrates considerable understanding of the problem.
All requirements of task are included.
Demonstrates partial understanding of the problem. Most
requirements of task are included.
Demonstrates little understanding of the problem. Many
requirements of task are missing.
1
Demonstrates no understanding of the problem.
0
No response/task not attempted.
 “In
contrast, with an analytic
rubric, the teacher scores
separate, individual parts of the
product or performance first,
then sums the individual scores
to obtain a total score (Moskal,
2000; Nitko, 2001).”
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Beginning
1
Criteria
#1
Criteria
#2
Criteria
#3
Description
reflecting
beginning
level of
performance
Developing
2
Accomplishe Exemplary
d
4
3
Description
reflecting
movement
toward
mastery
level of
performance
Description
reflecting
achievement
of mastery
level of
performance
Descriptio
n
reflecting
highest
level of
performan
ce
Score
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Persuasive Essay
Research paper
Collaborative Work Skills
Analysis of a work of art
Creating a painting
Written work in English 102
Communications and New Media writing
assessment
Quantitative Methods Learning Outcomes
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Persuasive Essay
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Attention Grabber
Position Statement
Thesis Statement
Support for Position
Evidence and Examples
Accuracy
Sentence Structure
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Persuasive Essay (continued)
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Sequencing
Transitions
Closing paragraph
Audience
Grammar and Spelling
Capitalization and Punctuation
Criteria for an
Oral Presentation
Each group will create
descriptions for one of
the criteria
Are all criteria created equal?
Or
Does spelling count as much as
content?
20 points
10 points
0 points
Desired outcome
Clearly defined outcome
Ambiguous outcome
No outcome
Who are you targeting?
Clearly defines a target
market
Goes against Paul’s first
rule of foodservice
No target market defined
How will you target them? Plan includes multiple
(Double points)
marketing ideas that
directly addresses the
target market
Has only a single
marketing idea and/or
does not focus on target
market
How will you measure
your return on investment
(ROI)?
Plan does not coincide
with desired outcome or is
not measurable
Clear measurable
objective and data
collection strategy
A good article on designing rubrics is in:
Practical Assessment, Research, and Evaluation
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Create a rubric online at Rubistar
http://rubistar.4teachers.org/index.php?scree
n=NewRubric
View thousands of examples at:
http://www.rcampus.com/indexrubric.cfm

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