Reflection: Intervention and Extension Rubric for Research Essay - Section 3: Independent Practice


Sometimes a rubric can be overwhelming to a student because there are so many things they have to keep in mind while they are writing. By requiring students to show me their annotations on the page where they edited, I can see they are using the rubric, but I only can see parts. Next time I do this, I may have students label on their essay where I should see evidence of the standard. This way I am helping them use the whole rubric and I can see for myself where they think they have evidence for each standard. 

  How I know if students are internalizing the rubric
  Intervention and Extension: How I know if students are internalizing the rubric
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Rubric for Research Essay

Unit 4: Research Essay
Lesson 14 of 15

Objective: SWBAT produce clear and coherent writing by putting the Common Core Standards in their own words and start their final draft with the standards in mind.

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