Discipline: Career and Technical Education

Grade Level: 6, 7, 8

Course: Business & Computer Science

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Career Exploration Wrap Up: Informational
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  • Informational Assessment Rubric
    • Meets Expectations

      Focus

      Addresses prompt with a focused response.

      Reading/Research

      Presents and applies relevant information with general accuracy.

      Controlling Idea

      Establishes a controlling idea that states the main purpose and/or question for the tasks. L2 Addresses the credibility of sources.

      Development

      Presents sufficient information in order to examine or convey topics or issues, answer questions, solve problems; identifies salient themes or features; explains key information with sufficient detail. L2 Discusses relevant implications to topic. L3 Identifies a gap or unanswered question.

      Organization

      Applies a generally effective structure to address specific requirements of the prompt.

      Conventions

      Demonstrates a command of standard English conventions and cohesion; employs language and tone appropriate to audience and purpose.

      Not Yet

      Focus

      Attempts to address prompt but lacks focus or is off-task.

      Reading/Research

      Attempts to present information relevant to prompt.

      Controlling Idea

      Controlling idea is weak and does not establish a purpose and/or address a research question.

      Development

      Tends to retell rather than present information in order to answer questions, solve problems; lacks details to develop topic. L2 Implications are weak or not relevant to topic. L3 Does not identify a relevant gap or unanswered question.

      Organization

      Applies an ineffective structure; composition does not address requirements of the prompt.

      Conventions

      Demonstrates a weak command of standard English conventions; lacks cohesion; language and tone are inappropriate to audience and purpose.

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