Evaluation

 

Evaluation                Newspaper Rubric


Group Name ___________________

 Category

Excellent

Good

Satisfactory

Needs Improvement

Articles – Supporting Details 

The details in the article are clear, effective, and vivid 80-100% of the time.

The details in the article are clear and pertinent 90-100% of the time.

The details in the article are clear and pertinent 75-89% of the time.

The details in the article are neither clear nor pertinent.

Graphics 

Graphics are not neatly drawn and clearly related to the article.

Graphics are clearly related to the article.

Graphics are related to the article.

Graphics are not clearly related to the article.

Articles – Purpose 

The article establishes a clear purpose in the lead paragraph and demonstrates a clear understanding of the topic.

The article establishes a purpose in the lead paragraph and demonstrates a clear understanding of the topic.

The article establishes a purpose in the lead paragraph and demonstrates an understanding of the topic.

The article does not establish a clear purpose in the lead paragraph and doesn’t demonstrate a clear understanding of the topic.

Layout – Headlines & Captions 

The article has a headline that captures the reader’s attention and accurately describes the content. The graphic has a caption that describes the illustration.

The article has a headline that accurately describes the content. The graphic has a caption.

The article has a headline. The graphic has a caption.

The article does not have a headline or the graphic does not have a caption.

Spelling and Proof reading 

No spelling errors found in the newspaper.

No more than one spelling error found in the newspaper.

No more than 3 spelling errors found in the newspaper.

Several spelling errors remain in the final copy of the newspaper.

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