Class Writing Rubric (Co-Constructed Criteria)
An outline that uses the baked potato metaphor (via Shelley Moore) to help students understand the difference between a 3/5, a 4/5, and a 5/5 for a written response. Use this outline with your class to develop your class's definitions (co-construct the criteria) and help them understand the targets/goals when it comes to completing a written response.
I have provided the PDF for quick print if you want students to fill out by hand, and the powerpoint so you can type in the student responses and tweak for your needs. Prints on 11x17 paper.
For more info on the baked potato metaphor of learning: https://blogsomemoore.files.wordpress.com/2018/05/learning-map-cheat-sheet-1.pdf
|Uploaded||2 years ago|
|Last edited||1 month ago|
|Attribution||Attribution CC BY|
|Type||Worksheet / Template|
|Grade(s)||6, 7, 8, 9|
|Subject(s)||English Language Arts, Social Studies|