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					          Reading Log Scoring Rubric

               •   Reading log entry is written in an integrated and thoughtful
                   way and demonstrates an awareness of the audience
               • Summarizes reading in a concise manner
               • Infers the main idea
               • Includes some details to help reader understand the events in

    4          the text
               • Questions the author’s purpose
               • Makes a prediction
               • Poses questions that extend beyond the text
               • Makes a text-to-world connection


               •   Fairly thoughtful and demonstrates an awareness of audience
               •   Summarizes reading in a concise manner
               •   Poses questions
    3          •
               •
                   Makes a text-to-self/text-to-text connection
                   May have minor inaccuracies
(proficient)

               •   Retells reading in own words
               •   Includes too many details
               •   May ask a question
    2          •
               •
                   May make a prediction
                   Has many inaccuracies




               •   Retells reading with many inaccuracies
    1          •   Includes a minimal amount of information




    0          •   Copies from text or has no entry
        Independent Reading Scoring Rubric
(Independent Reading scores may be raised by volunteering to read during lunch, before or
                                     after school)

                       •   Always has a self-selected paperback novel and begins reading
                           quickly
                       •   Reads for the entire time
                       •   Is respectful of others who are reading
                       •   Always records reading on reading list
                       •
        4              •
                       •
                           Always writes a thoughtful entry in reading log
                           Treats books with respect
                           Checks out books from the classroom library before or after
                           school or any other appropriate time

                       •   Usually has a self-selected paperback novel or magazine and
                           begins reading quickly
                       •   Reads for the entire time
                       •   Is respectful of others who are reading
        3              •
                       •
                           Usually records reading on reading list
                           Usually writes a thoughtful entry in reading log
   (proficient)        •   Treats books with respect
                       •   Checks out books from the classroom library before or after
                           school or any other appropriate time


                       •   Sometimes has a self-selected paperback novel or magazine
                       •   Sometimes reads during independent reading time
                       •   Sometimes records reading on reading list
        2              •   Is disrespectful of others who are reading by talking or getting
                           out of seat
                       •   Is disrespectful of materials
                       •   Takes too long to check out materials during class time



        1              •
                       •
                           Rarely reads during independent reading time
                           Is disruptive in class by talking and getting out of seat
                       •   Must be assigned something to read


        0              •   Must be assigned to buddy teacher during independent reading
                           time

				
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