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Teaching Tips: Writing Assessment Tools Discuss this eTheme.

These sites include rubrics, scoring guides, and checklists for assessing student writing. Ideas for peer editing and student self-evaluation are included. Several of these assessment tools can be used as they are while others can be constructed online.

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Students can use this rubric to focus on different aspects of their writing. NOTE: This site contains ads.
Simply add the name of the school, assignment, and teacher to generate a ready-to-use rubric for grading writing assignments. NOTE: This site contains ads.
Add the name of the school, assignment, and teacher for a ready-to-use rubric for grading paragraph writing. NOTE: This site contains ads.
Sample assessment tools include holistic rubrics/scales, checklists, and anecdotal notes.
Choose from a comprehensive list of writing rubrics to use in your classroom. NOTE: This site includes ads.
Use these basic tools to assess emergent writers. Includes alphabet recognition, spelling tests, peer review and self-assessment. NOTE: This site includes ads.
These materials include a variety of rubrics and self-assessment tools used to teach expository writing.
Students complete this editing form on a peer's writing.
This is a series of questions that students can answer about each other's writing during peer editing.
This site gives examples of good and bad peer reviews, then offers you the chance to do your own.

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