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How to Make A Rubric Teachtopia Guide to making A rubric. Rubrics are much more than just a tool grading. Rubrics guide and inform students of your expectations for an assignment or assessment. Guidelines for Rubrics: They Should be written without jargon. Students should have clear expectations. Not a list of words the need to define. They should try to focus on the clear criteria for each grade rather than what should not be on a paper. A good rubric would be clear. Example: For a level 3, students must write 300 words or more. A poor rubric would be unclear. Example: For a level 2, student write a minimal amount of words. Rubrics are best if shared in advance with the students. Students should not be surprised by their grades.
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How to Make A Rubric Teachtopia Guide to making A rubric. Rubrics are much more than just a tool grading. Rubrics guide and inform students of your expectations for an assignment or assessment. Guidelines for Rubrics: They Should be written without jargon. Students should have clear expectations. Not a list of words the need to define. They should try to focus on the clear criteria for each grade rather than what should not be on a paper. A good rubric would be clear. Example: For a level 3, students must write 300 words or more. A poor rubric would be unclear. Example: For a level 2, student write a minimal amount of words. Rubrics are best if shared in advance with the students. Students should not be surprised by their grades.
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