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I use composition notebooks. I hate 3-ring binders.
My notebooks are usually 50% of their class grade. The other 50% are assessments. They keep all notes, assignments, labs, etc. in their notebook.
4 - Demonstrates a thorough understanding of the subject matter
3 - Demonstrates a general awareness of concepts
2 - Demonstrates a limited awareness of concepts
1 - Demonstrates a minimal understanding in discussion of concepts
4 - Contains elaboration, extension, and/or evidence of higher-order thinking and relevant prior knowledge
3 - Some evidence of elaboration, extension, higher-order thinking, and relevant prior knowledge
2 - Limited evidence of elaboration, extension, higher-order thinking or relevant prior knowledge
1 - Little to no evidence of elaboration, extension, higher-order thinking, or relevant prior knowledge
4 - Strong use of scientific terminology; defined terms
3 - Acceptable vocabulary; majority of scientific terms defined
2 - Simplistic vocabulary; few scientific words defined
1 - Inappropriate vocabulary
4 - bound notebook, neat, in order, tabs visible, table of contents
3 - four of the previous requirements
2 - three of the previous requirements
1 - two or less of the previous requirements
4 - Strong control of English Conventions
3 - Minor errors with English Conventions have little to no effect on communication
2 - Errors in English Conventions are disproportionate to length and interferes with communication
1 - Errors in English Conventions interfere with communication
A 20-18, B 17-15, C 14-12, D 11-9, F 8-0
I use 3-subject or 5-subject Mead 5-Star Notebooks. The ISN counts for 25% of their quarterly grade.
My rubric looks like this:
25 points: Work is very organized; pages are attached securely; left side/ right side order in tact; pages are numbered
20 points: Work is organized; pages are loose; left side/right side order in tact; pages are numbered
15 points: Work is a little confusing; left side/right side order in tact; pages are numbered
10 points: Work has little order; left side/right side order in tact; no page numbers
5 points: Work has no order; pages are missing; left side/right side order is not correct; No page numbers
Completeness for Right Side:
25 points: All work is clear, complete, detailed. Anyone could use as study guide.
20 points: Most work is done, but some assignments are missing.
15 points: Work and notes are mostly done, but 3-4 assignments are missing.
10 points: Work and notes are partially done; 5-6 assignments are missing.
5 points: Much of the work is missing or unreadable
Completeness for Left Side:
25 points: Work is clear, focused, reveals personal reflection.
20 points: Work is clear, focused, reflective. 1-2 assignments missing.
15 points: Work is sufficient and reflective. 3-4 assignments missing.
10 points: Work is sparse, but shows reflection. 5-6 assignments missing.
5 points: left side is incomplete or not reflective.
Follows Assignment Directions:
25 points: directions consistently followed
20 points: Directions usually followed
15 points: Directions not always followed
10 points: Directions inconsistently followed
5 points: Directions are not followed
25 points: Student put exceptional effort into ISN. Color is included and goes beyond minimum expectations.
20 points: Student has put effort into ISN. Color is included; most details go beyond minimum expectations.
15 points: Student has put some effort into ISN. Color is included and details meet minimum expectations.
10 points: Student put little effort into ISN. Color is rarely included and few details meet minimum expectations.
5 points: Student has put little effort into ISN. Color is not included and details are incomplete.
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