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Stevens Institute of Technology

 
Literacy and Literature - Publishing for a Global Audience

Assessment

Each of the students' responses from the questions in the Student Directions can be used for assessment based on the following sample rubric.

Student Worksheet Questions Score (points)
B. The Storybook Student Publishing web site
1. The student successfully identified when the selected section was last updated. ____/2
2. The student successfully identified the suggested age range. ____/2
3. The student describes and identifies the necessary information how student work can be submitted to the Storybook web site. ____/4
C. Important Considerations
The student lists four (4) items to consider when using a student publishing web site in their classroom. ____/4
D. Select a Student Publishing site
1. The student identifies a student publishing site and corresponding URL. ____/2
2.  The student describes in detail how they might use the student publishing activity to enrich an activity in their classroom. ____/4
3. The student successfully identified when their selected site was last updated and the suggested age range. ____/2
4. The student describes and identifies the necessary information how student work can be submitted to their selected web site. ____/4
5. The student identifies the curriculum standards. ____/2
6. The student describes how providing K-12 students with the opportunity to publish their own work will help them better understand how authors revise, edit, and publish their own work. Answers should be based on the "Introduction to Publishing Student Work on the Internet" presentation and reflect personal opinion. ____/4
Total: ____/30

 


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