Citing Textual Evidence

 

RL.6.1 Read closely to determine what the text says explicitly and to make logical inferences from it; cite specific textual evidence when writing or speaking to support conclusions drawn from the text.

 

 

Exceeding

Proficient

Developing

Emerging

Insufficient Evidence

Make inferences and cite textual evidence to construct a written response

Student responds to the prompt with a legitimate key idea and uses 3 or more pieces of relevant textual evidence to explain their response

 

Student responds to the prompt with a legitimate key idea and uses 1 or 2 pieces of relevant textual evidence to explain their response

 

Student responds to the prompt with a legitimate key idea and uses at least 1 piece of relevant textual evidence to explain their response

 

 

Student cites textual evidence but does not explicitly state key ideas

OR

Student states key ideas but does not cite textual evidence

 

 

Unable to demonstrate sufficient learning in this area.

Make connections between the key idea and evidence from the text

Connection between key idea and evidence is clear

 

Connection between key idea and evidence is mostly clear

 

Connection between key idea and evidence is not entirely clear

 

Connection between key idea and evidence is unclear

 

Unable to demonstrate sufficient learning in this area.

 

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