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Grading Rubric for Backward Design Lesson Plan Accomplished Proficient Needs Improvement Unacceptable Stage 1: Desired results (20 points) • Content Standard(s) • Goal(s) • Learner outcomes or objectives Points Range: 18 (18%) - 20 (20%) •Clearly and succinctly defines content standard(s). •Goals are SMART •Learner outcomes are SMART and reflect goal(s) Points Range: 16 (16%) - 17 (17%) •Content standard are not referenced and/or cited. •Goal(s) are not SMART. •Learner outcomes do not support goals or are not SMART Points Range: 14 (14%) - 15 (15%) •Content standards are vague and not referenced/citied. •Goals are vague and not realistic or SMART. •Leaner outcomes are vague or unrealistic and are not SMART. Points Range: 0 (0%) - 13 (13%) •Content standards are not present. •Goals are limited or missing •Learner outcomes are limited, vague or unrealistic Stage 2: Assessment (10 points) • Performance tasks • Other evidence Points Range: 9 (9%) - 10 (10%) •Performance task are authentic, have students apply what they have learned and demonstrate their understanding, OR •Tests questions are
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