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Sample Rubrics for Teachers - Chapter Summary and Objectives
When assigning work it is beneficial to set guidelines and expectations for your students, so they can know what their goals should be. Utilizing rubrics in your classroom will give students something to work towards and better enable you to have a standard for grading. The articles in this chapter will address rubrics relating to the following:
- Paragraph writing
- Math projects
- Classroom speaking and listening
- Science projects
|Paragraph Writing Rubrics||Review sample rubrics for paragraph writing exercises.|
|Math Project Rubrics||Address different rubrics that can be applied to math projects.|
|Speaking & Listening Rubrics for the Classroom||Discuss how rubrics can be used for analyzing how students speak and listen in class.|
|Science Project Grading Rubrics||Identify examples of rubrics that may be used to grade science projects.|
1. Paragraph Writing Rubrics
Rubrics for paragraph writing can prove very useful in the classroom. Learn how to find or design these rubrics for your classroom to help your students.
2. Math Project Rubrics
How can you use math project rubrics in your classroom? Read this article to learn about the value of these rubrics for your class and discover tips for using and designing them.
3. Speaking & Listening Rubrics for the Classroom
Find out why speaking and listening rubrics are important tools for the classroom. Discover how to find or design these rubrics and work on understanding how they can be used.
4. Science Project Grading Rubrics
Find out how to use science project grading rubrics in your classroom with this article. You'll be able to go over the uses of these rubrics and explore options for finding or designing these classroom tools.
5. Narrative Writing Rubric Examples
Using narratives as a writing exercise is a great way to stimulate imagination and practice writing skills. This article will discuss the purpose of a narrative writing rubric, examples, and criteria.
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Other chapters within the Teaching Resources course
- Teacher Development & Certification Resources
- Online Credential Options for Teachers
- Common Core Standards by State
- Classroom Management Resources
- Curriculum Resources for Teachers
- Language Arts & Social Studies Educational Resources
- Math & Science Educational Resources
- Lesson Plans for Teachers
- Praxis Test by State