Three Quotes Book Assessment Grading Rubric Description of the task



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Three Quotes Book Assessment Grading Rubric

Description of the task:
The student is to read a novel on his/her appropriate reading level. Think about three significant events that affected the plot. Find the page in the novel where the event occurred. Write the 2-3 sentences that tell the reader about the event. Then put these sentences in quotes. Finally, write a minimum of three paragraphs (minimum 5 complete sentences per paragraph) that supports your quote with evidence from the text, explanations, interpretations, and/or examples. Each quote must have a minimum of a three paragraph essay. This paper may be typed or neatly hand-written. Use lined paper for hand-written essays.
Goals of the task:


  • To read a novel on his/her appropriate reading level.

  • To identify a significant passage that is vital to the plot.

  • To write an excellent response that is supported with ideas and evidence from the text, explanations, interpretations, or examples.

Grading Rubric




Key Elements

4

3

2

1

0

Format

Format completely followed; Easily readable

Format mostly followed; Mostly readable

Format followed to some degree; Somewhat readable


Format barely followed; Hardly readable

Directions not followed; Not readable

Editing

Almost no editing mistakes

A few mistakes and little interference with meaning

Some mistakes, but they don’t affect meaning much

Several errors; meaning is affected

Several errors; meaning is affected

Quote Analysis

The response indicates an excellent understanding of the story. All quotes are fully supported with ideas and evidence from the text, explanations, interpretations, or examples.

The response indicates a good understanding of the story. Quotes are supported with adequate evidence from the text, explanations, or reasons.

The quote is followed by a brief summary or reaction with few or no explanations indicates that the student has read the story.

The response to the quotes is brief and indicates a minimal understanding of the story. Quotes are not supported with evidence.

Inaccurate and irrelevant details indicate a serious misunderstanding of the story, or there is not sufficient information to make an assessment.

Due Date: ______________________________




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