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Hero’s Journal (Blog) Rubric

Name: ____________________________
Teacher: __________________________
Class: ____________________________
Date: _____________________________


Criteria 100 - 199 XP 200 - 299 XP 300 - 399 XP 400 - 500 XP
Content This diary is more of
a summary than a reflection.
There is no evidence
that a connection is being
made between the lessons
and real life.
No connection is made
to the book study.
This diary entry shows
very little reflection.
Lessons and topics are
mentioned; however, there is
no connection made between
these topics and
real life events.
No connection is made
to the book study.
This diary entry shows
evidence of some reflection.
There is some evidence
that you are connecting
the literature to your everyday life,
and you provide details
and examples as proof.
However, little connection
is made to the book study.
This diary entry shows
evidence of deep reflection
and transference of class material
and lessons to real life events.
It shows higher order thinking
and problem solving skills.
In addition, it clearly relates
to topics and themes
within the book study.
What I’m thinking... I wish you were sitting
here as I read this.
I'm having a hard time
understanding what you mean.
There's not much here
other than what we
discussed in class.
If someone asked me,
I'd have a hard time
telling them what you
thought about this topic.
If I had your cell
phone number, I'd probably
give you a call to ask
you what you meant about
some things. As I read,
some things aren't too clear.
I could probably summarize
your overall view, though.
I'm not having any
trouble reading your
ideas and thoughts.
What you've written is
pretty amazing and you
are very reflective here.
In fact, I can't wait
to share it with people.
Your ideas and thoughts
give me something to think
about and they make sense.
In fact, I think I'll go read it again.

(This challenge is worth 500 XP.)


Tavern Talk Rubric

Name: ____________________________
Teacher: __________________________
Class: ____________________________
Date: _____________________________

Criteria 50 exp. 45 exp. 35 exp. 15 exp.
Content Shows excellent reasoning and
argumentative skills. Supports statements
with details and facts.
Shows good reasoning and
argumentative skills. Supports most
statements with details and
facts
Shows some reasoning
in writing, but lacks any
true argument. Supports some statements with
details or facts.
Shows little to no reasoning
in writing. Supports little
to no statements with
any details or facts.
Features The topic of the response
is clearly stated. Organization and
structure progress logically.
Minor lapse in the focus
of the topic. The response
is organized; however, it does
not show a strong
relationship between ideas.
Topic does not relate
to the prompt. The organization is
organized; however, it may
not be organized logically.
Topic is not stated
or is incomprehensible.
There is no organizational structure.
Connection Precisely connects personal and
game experience with reading
selection. Gives relevant examples
that support the student’s
interpretation of the text.
Relates personal and game
experience with reading selection.
Gives examples that support student’s
interpretation of the text.
Attempts to relate personal experiences
with the reading selection.
Examples do not support the
student’s interpretation of the text.
Fails to relate any experiences
to the reading selection.
No examples are given to
reinforce or prove conclusions
drawn from the interpretation of the text.
Convention Demonstrates master of sentence
formation and language usage.
No capitalization, punctuation,
or spelling errors.
Demonstrates reasonable understanding
of sentence structure and grammatical rules.
Few capitalization, punctuation,
or spelling errors.
Demonstrates minimal understanding of
sentence structure and grammatical rules.
Some capitalization, punctuation,
or spelling errors.
Demonstrates no control of sentence
structure and grammatical rules.
Many capitalization, punctuation,
or spelling errors.
Format Reading Response is written
in paragraph format.
Paragraphs are indented.
Each paragraph consists of
five sentences minimum.
Response is at least three
paragraphs in length.
Reading Response is written
in paragraph format.
Paragraphs are indented.
Each paragraph consists of
five sentences minimum.
Reading Response is written
in paragraph format.
Paragraphs are indented.
Reading Response is written
in paragraph format.


Political Speech Rubric

Name: ____________________________
Teacher: __________________________
Class: ____________________________
Date: _____________________________

Criteria 215 XP 175 XP 100 XP 75 XP
Content Shows excellent reasoning and
argumentative skills. Supports statements
with details and facts.
Shows good reasoning and
argumentative skills.
Supports most statements with
details and facts.
Shows some reasoning in writing,
but lacks any true argument.
Supports some statements
with details or facts.
Shows little to no reasoning
in writing. Supports little
to no statements with any
details or facts.
Features The topic of the response
is clearly stated. Organization
and structure progress logically.
Minor lapse in the focus
of the topic. The response
is organized; however, it does not
show a strong relationship
between ideas.
Topic does not relate
to the prompt. The organization
is organized; however, it may
not be organized logically.
Topic is not stated or
is incomprehensible. There is
no organizational structure.
Connection Precisely connects personal and
game experience with reading selection.
Gives relevant examples that
support the student’s interpretation
of the text.
Relates personal and game
experience with reading selection.
Gives examples that support
student’s interpretation of the text.
Attempts to relate personal experiences
with the reading selection.
Examples do not support the
student’s interpretation of the text.
Fails to relate any experiences
to the reading selection.
No examples are given
to reinforce or prove conclusions
drawn from the interpretation of the text.
Convention Demonstrates master of sentence
formation and language usage.
No capitalization, punctuation,
or spelling errors.
Demonstrates reasonable understanding
of sentence structure and
grammatical rules. Few capitalization,
punctuation, or spelling errors.
Demonstrates minimal understanding
of sentence structure and
grammatical rules. Some capitalization,
punctuation, or spelling errors.
Demonstrates no control of sentence
structure and grammatical rules.
Many capitalization, punctuation,
or spelling errors.
Format Reading Response is written
in paragraph format. Paragraphs
are indented. Each paragraph
consists of five sentences minimum.
Response is at least three
paragraphs in length.
Reading Response is written
in paragraph format. Paragraphs
are indented. Each paragraph
consists of five sentences minimum.
Reading Response is written
in paragraph format.
Paragraphs are indented.
Reading Response is written
in paragraph format.
Intro. The beginning of the speech
really caught the listener’s attention.
The beginning of the speech
made the listener curious.
The beginning of the speech
caught the listener’s attention,
but they were unsure if
they wanted to hear more.
The beginning of the speech did
not create the listeners attention.
Delivery The speaker was clear,
and they spoke with authority
in a loud voice.
The speaker was clear but their
inflection was not expressive enough.
The speaker was not clear,
and their speech was hard to hear at times.
The speaker could not be heard,
and they were unclear.

(This challenge is worth 1505 XP.)