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Mrs. Mesra Phanord M.Ed
See attached annotation guide to use when annotating at home.

The guide is merely to suggest types of annotation possible. How you track/record your notes is up to you!


Options:
Color coded key
Post-it notes
Highlighter
Separate sheet of paper

Annotation Scoring Rubric:


Grade

Criteria



A

Student’s work goes above and beyond expectations: the annotations are thorough and a variety of elements are noted. Insightful--includes the implicit.



B

Student’s work meets expectations: the annotations are mostly thorough, and a variety of elements are noted. Missing the implicit; relies heavily on the obvious.


C

Student’s work somewhat meets expectations: the annotations are vague and rely heavily on listing few elements or paraphrasing


D

Student’s work is below expectations: the annotations are sparse, barely include literary elements in the margins, and mostly consist of paraphrasing.


F

No expectations met in student’s work: the annotations are nonexistent or lines were identified at random with little-to no marginal notes, and mostly consist of paraphrasing, if anything. 


Z




No annotations were submitted.