Rubric to assess blog posts

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Rubric to assess blog posts

  1. 1. OER Project Based Learning for English in Secondary School Rubric to assess blog posts Student’s full name:____________________________________________________________ Criteria/Ratings 4 Excellent 3 Good 2 Fair 1 Low Performance Structure The student has composed a post with a title, the answer to the requirements of the task: questions, multimedia resources or whatever is asked in the learning diary step. The post has the adequate length and it is well distributed in paragraphs. Clear and short sentences. It has got all the elements required except the headings for each task. The post has the adequate length and it is well distributed in paragraphs.. Some of the sentences are either too long or not very easy to understand. There are some answers to the requirements of the learning diary which are missing. The post is too short or excessively long and information is not well distributed in paragraphs. Some sentences or answers to the questions are not very clear. The student needs help to answer the questions and does not have the knowledge required to compose correct sentences for the post to be included in the learning diary. Content The aim of the post is clearly identified. All the points of the learning diary step are fully covered with clear reflection of the work done. All the links to the different steps of the mission or challenge The aim of the post is clearly identified. All the points of the learning diary step are covered, but without clear reflection of the work done. All the links to the different steps of the mission or challenge The aim of the post is clearly identified. Not all the points of the learning diary step are clearly developed, and there is still some reflection on the work to be done. There are some links to the missions or The contents of the answers that students provide in their learning diary are not clear and do not fit the reflection they are required to make on their learning process. No links to the missions or challenge included. “Rubric to assess blog posts" by CeDeC is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.
  2. 2. OER Project Based Learning for English in Secondary School are included. are included. challenge included, but not all. Multimedia elements The links to the multimedia elements are correctly done and work perfectly. The links to the multimedia elements are correct but not all work properly. There are some links, but they do not correspond to what is asked in the learning diary step. Students do not know what links to multimedia elements they should include in their learning diary. Mechanics The post in the blog lacks grammar and spelling errors. The post in the blog is easily understood with minor grammar and spelling errors. The post in the blog has several grammar and spelling errors. The post in the blog is hardly comprehensible due to a lot of grammar and spelling errors. “Rubric to assess blog posts" by CeDeC is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.

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