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    By L.P.

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    Hi Barb,
    Rubrics are a set of written criteria that a piece of work must have to earn points. You use the listed criteria to give a grade. If a piece of work contains all the criteria, it earns the points set off to the side of the rubric. Most rubrics have three points but I have seen them up to six. In a three point rubric a 3 would be the best and ask that the work contain the most specified criteria. While a 1 is given for not much effort on a project. Rubrics can be written to require whatever you are looking for in a student's work. Many times they reflect the written state or district standards. I hope this makes sense and isn't too confusing.

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