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Differentiated Rubrics – An Intermediate Language Approach

Differentiated Rubric

As part of my teaching practicums, I was able to create Literature Circles, modeled on the Daily 5 experience, which allowed all students to participate in meaningful and accountable reading and discussion.  As a final assessment, students, through individual consultation with the teacher, were encouraged to choose three assessable tasks to complete from a differentiated rubric.  These tasks were differentiated according to Bloom’s Taxonomy of thinking skills.

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  1. Pingback: Modifying an Assessment Rubric | Eleanor Cawley, M.S., OTR/L

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