Class Discussion Rubric Ideas for Teachers


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What is a class discussion?

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1. What is arguably the most important category for a class discussion rubric?

2. A student repeatedly interrupts other speakers and is very rude when addressing his classmates. What score in 'behavior' should this student receive according to our example rubric where 4 is the highest score and 1 the lowest?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

Class discussions have the potential to help students improve their speaking skills, deepen their understanding of a topic, and keep students interested and engaged. However, it is not always easy to make expectations for a successful class discussion clear to students. Use this interactive quiz/worksheet combo to focus in on how a rubric for class discussions can simplify grading and help students meet your expectations for a productive discussion.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

You will be tested on vocabulary and concepts such as:

  • Class discussion
  • Categories in a class discussion rubric
  • Ability to apply the class discussion rubric to theoretical scenarios

Skills Practiced

  • Information recall - access the knowledge gained about rubrics for class discussion
  • Reading comprehension - ensure that you draw the most significant information about rubrics for class discussion
  • Knowledge application -use your knowledge to practice evaluating examples of student performance according to a class discussion rubric

Additional Learning

To learn more about rubrics for class discussion, review the following lesson Class Discussion Rubric Ideas for Teachers. The objectives addressed include:

  • Understand the role of expectations in a successful classroom discussion
  • Know five categories that would be ideal for a classroom discussion rubric
  • Analyze each of these categories: speaking, listening, preparation, participation, and behavior
  • Understand how the five categories work together to set high expectations for successful discussions
  • Recognize how to use the rubric to give students feedback on their performance during discussions