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Book Blog Rubric

Book Blog Rubric

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Published by Nicki Baird
Assessing book blogs each 9 weeks.
Assessing book blogs each 9 weeks.

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Published by: Nicki Baird on Jul 29, 2013
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Book Blog Rubric

Details from the story.
Just the right amount of details. Gives the reader enough info without giving the story away. Gives the reader a rating from 1-10 AND gives an explanation for that rating. Uses complete ideas. Too many details. You gave the story away. Why read the book if you told me the whole story? Gives the reader a rating from 1-10 OR gives an opinion of the story. Does not include both. Uses complete ideas. Discusses important story elements: Characters, Setting, and Problem with not enough details for all three. Complete sentences, correct spelling, capital letters, and punctuation. (3-7) errors Includes BOTH the title of the story and the author. There are spelling or capital letter mistakes. Student completed one book blog during a nine week period. Tell me more! You didn’t give me enough details. Without enough details the book sounds boring. Gives the reader a rating from 1-10 OR gives an opinion of the story. Does not include both. Does not use complete ideas. Discusses important story elements: Characters, Setting, and Problem but is missing one or more. Complete sentences, correct spelling, capital letters, and punctuation. (8-11) errors Includes the title of the story OR the author but not both.

Rating of the story

Story Elements

Discusses important story elements: Characters, Setting, and Problem with details of all three. Complete sentences, correct spelling, capital letters, and punctuation. (0-2) errors Includes BOTH the title of the story and the author. Spelling and capital letters are correct. Student completed two book blogs during a nine week period. Student comments on 4-5 different book blogs. Comments are appropriate and thoughtful. Comments are written in complete sentences Book blogs are written on books close to the readers assigned level.

Grammar

Title and Author

Completed Blogs

Book blogs are incomplete but started.

Commenting on other Blogs

Reading Level

Student comments on 2-3 different book blogs. Comments are appropriate and thoughtful. Comments are written in complete sentences Book blogs are written on books that are way too hard for the student’s level.

Student comments on 2-3 different book blogs. Comments are appropriate and thoughtful. Comments are NOT written in complete sentences. Book blogs are written on books that are way too easy for the reader’s level.

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