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					Title : Learning Log Rubric—Elementary 

Description : A rubric in student language written for elementary students to self-assess learning logs.

Keywords : Data, note-taking, reflection, graphic organizers

Instructions : Use this rubric to self-assess your learning log.

Categories: Natural Disaster Relief

Grade Level : 3

Subject : Science

Type of Assessment : Brochure Notes

                  4                                    3                                        2
Data Records
I neatly, thoroughly, and accurately I record data in appropriate             I try to record data accurately, but I
record data in usable, appropriate formats.                                   may choose formats that are not
formats, such as charts, lists,                                               appropriate or some of my data
outlines, and diagrams.                                                       may be inaccurate.

Notes
When I read about my natural            When I read about a topic or listen   When I read about a topic or listen
disaster or listen to information       to information that is presented, I   to information that is presented, I
that is presented, I take notes in my   take notes in my own words that       try to take notes in my own words,
own words that show the difference      show the difference between           but sometimes, I just copy what I
between important information and       important information and             read or hear exactly without
supporting details. I include           supporting details.                   showing what information is
connections, predictions, and                                                 important.
questions about the topic.

Connections
I continually make connections and I often make connections and         If I am reminded, I make
predictions, and I ask questions    predictions, and ask questions      connections and predictions, and
about the topic in my learning log. about the topic in my learning log. ask questions about the topic in my
                                                                        learning log.
Representations
I use outlines, diagrams, charts,   I sometimes use graphic organizers If I am reminded, I sometimes use
and other graphic organizers to     to help me understand concepts      graphic organizers to help me
help me understand concepts and and relationships between my            understand natural disaster and my
relationships between my natural natural disaster and my agency.        agency.
disaster and my agency.
Reflection
I often use the information in my I sometimes use the information in I rarely use the information in my
learning log to think about what    my learning log to think about what learning log to think about what
and how I learn.                    and how I learn.                    and how I learn.
Appearance
My learning log is neat. I write so   My learning log is neat. I usually    My learning log is a little messy. I
that I can read and understand what   write so that I and others can read   try to write so that I and others can
I have written. If someone else is    and understand what I have            read what I have written.
going to read my learning log, I      written.                              Sometimes, I cannot figure out
follow standard writing                                                     what I was trying to say.
conventions so the audience can
understand my writing.

Conventions
My learning log has no spelling,      My learning log has 1-2 spelling,     My learning log has many spelling,
grammatical, or typing errors         grammatical, or typing errors         grammatical, or typing errors
                 1

I often record data inaccurately.




When I read about a topic or listen
to information that is presented, I
copy exactly what I read or hear
without thinking about it, or I do
not take notes at all.




I rarely make connections and
predictions, or ask questions about
the topic in my learning log.


I do not use graphic organizers to
help me understand natural disaster
and my agency.




I never use the information in my
learning log to think about what
and how I learn.
My learning log is messy or
incomplete. I often cannot figure
out what I was trying to say in my
learning log.




My learning log has so many
spelling, grammatical, or typing
errors it is hard to understand.

				
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