• Grading Assignments in First Grade
    Click here to read about the first grade Grading Policy.  
     
    Here is the 4,3,2,1 Rubric that will be used to grade assignments.
     

     

    1st Grade Guidelines for Achievement Marks

     

     

    4

    Exceeds

     

     

    -Consistently exceeds established goals for achievement/contributions or explains & justifies reasoning behind an answer independently

    -Consistently transfers, applies, and expands skills

    -Routinely applies problem-solving and critical-thinking skills across areas of the curriculum

    -Consistently shows originality, creativity, and intuitive thinking beyond standard expectations

     

     

     

    3

    Meets

     

     

    -Meets established goal for achievement

    -Demonstrates all required knowledge of content area

    -Frequently transfers, applies and expands skills across subject areas

    -Periodically demonstrates originality, creativity, and intuitive thinking

     

    3 +: applies some of the “4” expectations inconsistently

     

     

     

    2

    Progressing

     

    -Demonstrates partial knowledge of established goal for achievement, but is progressing toward complete knowledge of standard

    -Infrequently transfers, applies and expands skills

    -Progressing toward expressing original, creative and intuitive thinking

    -Rarely applies problem-solving and critical-thinking skills across areas of the curriculum

     

    2+ :meetssomeof the “3” expectations inconsistently

     

     

     

    1

    Below

     

    -Performs below established grade-level standards for achievement and expectations

    -Requires support to meet established standard for achievement

    -Seldom or never understands, transfers, or applies skills

    -Does not apply problem-solving and critical-thinking skills across areas of the curriculum

    -Rarely shows originality, creativity, or intuitive-thinking skills in completing assignments

     

    1+ :can understand some of the concepts inconsistently without teacher support