Yearbook Grading Rubrics — TreeRing
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TREERING'S YEARBOOK RUBRICS FOR COPYWRITING & DESIGN
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We built these rubrics so you can have an easier time grading your students' yearbook work. A rubic is the perfect way for teachers to give students the grades they deserve and the feedback they need to make a better yearbook. We think you'll enjoy this tool. If you do, click File, then "Download As" to save a copy to your computer. Happy yearbooking!
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Get your free sample yearbook at treering.com
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Yearbook Copy Rubric
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Name:Page #(s):
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Exceeds Expectations (4)Meets Expectations (3)
Approaches Expectations (2)
Does Not Meet Expectations (1)
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Headlines & SubheadersHeadlines and subheaders use literary techniques and excellent word choice to inform and delight reader Headlines and subheaders inform the reader and attempt to use interesting language and/or techniquesHeadlines and subheaders are informativeHeadlines and subheaders are present but don't address the topic of the page
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Body CopyWriting, in addtition to the qualifications to meet expectations, maintains a consistent, engaging, entertaining toneWriting avoids vague words; is accurate; holds the reader's attention; remains in the third person throughout; remains objective; limits use of adjectivesWriting is concise and objectiveWriting is sprawling, choppy, off topic, and/or opinion based
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CaptionsCaptions concisely and entertainingly identify the subject of photo including proper names and locationCaptions concisely identify the subject of photo including proper names and locationCaptions are present and address subject/locationCaptions are sparse, irrelevant, or missing
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Adherence to Style GuideAll copy on page follows yearbook style guide successfully Most copy on page follows yearbook style guideSome copy on page follows yearbook style guideNone of the copy on page follows yearbook style guide
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OriginalityWritten content is distinguished by compelling creativity without overshadowing the rest of the yearbookAll written content on the page is unique and relevant to subject matterOriginality present in some elements of the page (headlines, captions, etc.) but is missing in othersNo writing on the page is identifiable as unique
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Total: /20
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