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Insert 2.2a Sample Rubric—Emphasis on Collaborative Process Exemplary/5


Proficient/4 First draft


The first draft is complete and submitted on time. The student has put forth maximum effort in writing a robust first draft.


Peer editing contribution


The student very fully responds to each of the three drafts he or she read in the editing circle. The comments are useful and will contribute to the peer’s revision.


Final draft


The final draft is well argued. The position is clear, well supported, and there is ample evidence of revision.


Debriefing Reflection


The student very thoroughly and thoughtfully completed the debriefing reflection. The student comments are constructive.


Total Points _____ (out of 20 possible points)


The first draft is complete and submitted on time. The student has put forth acceptable effort in authoring the first draft.


The student fully responds to each of the three drafts he or she read in the editing circle. The comments are thoughtful and will likely contribute to the peer’s revision.


Satisfactory/3


The first draft is complete, but the student could have put forth more effort.


The student responds to each of the three drafts he or she read in the editing circle, though one essay may be edited more fully than another. Some of the comments and suggestions could be more complete.


The final draft is well argued. The position is clear, well supported, and there is some evidence of revision.


With one or two exceptions, the student very thoroughly and thoughtfully completed the debriefing reflection. The student comments are constructive.


The argument is clear, though the support may be lacking. There may be little evidence of revision.


The student responds to the debriefing questions, but not as thoroughly or thoughtfully as expected.


Unsatisfactory/2


The first draft seems incomplete.


The student contributed very little during the editing process. There are very few comments, and those that exist are not particularly helpful.


Either the argument is weak and unsupported or there is absolutely no evidence of revision.


The student does not thoughtfully respond to the debriefing reflection questions.


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