Grading Writing Is A Teachable Moment

I hate grading.  It is the bane of nearly every teacher.  Many years ago a student showed me the need to have a rubric when grading written assignments, yearbook layouts or even photographs.   Today I’m posting my yearbook layout rubric.  This rubric focuses on what I feel is important.  Following design rules, spelling, grammar, timeliness and saving the files correctly.  You can change it to focus on what you feel is  important.

Yearbook Layout Rubric

Mr. C

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  1. Thank you so much for posting the Yearbook Layout Rubric. This is my first year as a yearbook advisor and this helps me tremendously. I was having issues and this helps me to evaluate my students better and for them to know what is expected of them. For this, 1st semester they think it is an EASY “A” next semester I will have clear and precise goals. Thanks!


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