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    ESL Reading Rubric


CATEGORY
4 - proficient
3 - developing
2 - beginning
1 - emerging
Can retell the story orally
re-tells the story in proper sequence using a lot of detail.
re-tells the story in proper sequence and uses some detail
re-tells the story orally, may have 1 or two mistakes with the sequence. Uses some detail
re-tells the story, has several mistakes in the sequencing. Uses few details.
Can write a summary of the story
Writes 5 important details about relevant parts of the story.
Writes 3 or 4 important details about relevant parts of the story
Writes 2 or 3 details about the story. May not pertain to relevant parts of the story.
Writes few relevant details about the story.
Can relate the story to personal experiences
Can relate several events or characters in the story to personal experiences.
Can relate a few events or characters in the story to personal experiences.
Can relate 1 event or character in the story to personal experience
Is unable to make any connections with the events or characters in the story
Can formulate questions from the story
Can ask several meaningful and well formulated questions referring to the story
Can ask a few meaningful questions referring to the story
Can ask 1 or 2 questions about the story. Lack detail
Is unable to formulate any questions referring to the story
Is able to understand and utilize vocabulary from the story
Can define and use several new vocabulary words from the story
can define and use a few new vocabulary words from the story.
can define 1 or 2 new vocabulary words from the story.
Is unable to define new vocabulary words from the story

Date Created: January 12, 2004
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