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Developing

Meets Expectations

Small Literature
Circles

*Students do not switch
roles at each meeting

*Students will select
and perform different
roles for each SLC
meeting

*Students have
incomplete graphic
organizers
*Students do not group
rules and they discuss
on-related topics

Exceeds
Expectations

*Students will come
prepared with a
complete graphic
organizer each time
*Students follow group
rules and stay on task
with relevant discussion
during class period

Online Discussion
Board

Product

*Student posts less
than once a week

*Student posts at least
once a week

*Student posts more
than once a week

*Posts are “off-topic”
(do not answer the
guiding question.)

*Posts are “on-topic”
(they answer the
guiding question)

*Student posts in
multiple formats
(writing, audio, video,
etc).

*Posts have significant
spelling, punctuation
and grammar issues.

*Posts show basic
understanding of
punctuation and
grammar.

*The product does not
answer both questions,
or does not use direct
quotations to answer
the questions.

*The product answers
both questions using
specific evidence from
the book (quotes,
pages numbers, etc)

*All group members do
not contribute equally to
product creation or
presentation.

*The product features
equal or almost-equal
contributions from all
group members

*The product is hard to
understand or follow.

*The product
presentation is clearly
organized and
well-rehearsed.

*The presentation does
not show evidence of
being
practiced/rehearse.
*There is no digital
version of the product.

*If visual, the product
should be easy to
navigate.
*The product has been

*Posts have no
grammar, spelling, or
punctuation errors.
*The product uses
additional direct
quotations from
sources other than the
book (biographical info
on the author,
background context,
etc.)
*The presentation is
well-rehearsed, with
confident delivery.
*The product is
especially creative and
shows student mastery
of the format.

made or converted into
a digital form to upload
to Google Classroom.

Blog Post

*The blog post does not
answer the central
question.
*The blog post does not
cite all the required
sources.
*The blog post does not
contain two pictures.
*Works are not cited in
MLA format.
*The blog post is not
written with the target
audience in mind.

*The blog post answers
the central question.
*The blog post cites at
least one historical
sources, at least one
current event, and at
least one personal
experience.
*The blog post contains
two pictures.
*The works are cited in
MLA format.
*Posts are written with
your target audience in
mind

*In addition to
answering the central
question, the blog post
asks additional
questions.
*The blog cites one or
two additional sources
beyond the required
ones.
*The pictures are
visually stimulating and
especially relevant.
*Post is “voted” one of
the top three overall


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