Dr. Robert Fletcher

 

Grading Rubric Ė Informal Commentaries for Discussion Board

(Adapted from a rubric provided by Dr. Carolyn Sorisio)

 

 

A

B

C

No credit

Content

34%

Comments respond thoughtfully and carefully to the assigned topic, task, the text(s) itself, or other studentís comments. They reveal sophisticated analysis of the text(s).

Comments respond carefully to assigned topic, task, the text(s) itself, or other studentís analysis. They demonstrate analysis of the text(s).

Comments are posted to the board, but do not necessarily address assigned topic, task, the text(s) itself, or peerís posting in a specific manner. Analysis of the text(s) is limited.

Comments, when posted, do not address class topic, task, the text(s) itself, or the posting of peer in a meaningful manner. Analysis of the text(s) is not present.

Support

33%

 

Comments work thoughtfully and carefully with the language of text(s) when applicable.

Comments are supported with the language of the text(s) when applicable.

Comments demonstrate knowledge of the text(s), but do not work directly with its language.

Comments are not linked to the text(s) in a meaningful manner.

Creativity

33%

 

Comments reveal a sophisticated and unique approach to the assignment.

Comments reveal careful reading and thoughtful analysis.

Analysis is present, but student should work on developing or emphasizing his or her perspective.

Analysis does not reveal the studentís perspective on the text.

 

Rev. January 4, 2005