Rebrics! Do you need rubrics? They are wonderful for being observed by the principal or peer coach to help answer the question, “How will you evaluate this lesson?” Wait a minute, evaluate in a 45 minute lesson? Yes, with a quick rubric. Later, the teacher fills out his or her version of the assessment and Thediscuss both the student and teacher versions in a reading or writing workshop conference.
This post has a link to a primary reading and writing rubrics freebie.
FREE on TpT: Primary open-ended reading and writing workshop generic pages rubrics and a story map page for drawing or written responses.
This PDF has 10 pages on TpT (Teachers Pay Teachers).
Student and teacher rubrics, story mapping, drawing, and writing pages are included. There is one story map for planning fiction, and another for nonfiction writing pieces.
Next is a sample of a story map page in the TpT version.
Free Editable Generic Primary
The version in our free eMembers area has blue boxes on the PDF in which teachers can write their own criteria or standards. If nothing is typed in the blue boxes, nothing will print. Perhaps there are cases where differentiation is useful, and so different versions of the rubrics might be prepared for a single topic or lesson. It is free to sign up by selecting the free radio button on the page, thus making the payment options disappear. There is a student page as well as a teacher page for each design.
The editable version is in our free eMember area.
Thank you for reading. Carolyn