Rubrics to evaluate the text of the Task of the biblical passage studied.

Note: "Passage" refers to one or more consecutive verses in the Bible. But you can apply the same rubric to studying a chapter or book in the Bible.

The task is approved with 9/12 points equivalent to 75%

Rubric
Initial - 0%
0 points
Developing - 25%
1 points
Good - 50%
2 points
Very good - 75%
3 points
Excelent - 100%
4 points
Coherence, cohesion and correction.
Write without any care for the logic, extension or care of language regulations.
0 points
Write with very few logical guidelines and with little attention to the number of words required, presented a considerable number of grammatical mistakes.
1 points
Write following certain logical guidelines, with a relatively adequate length and although presenting some grammatical mistakes.
2 points
Write following logical guidelines, with an adequate extension and respecting the rules of language.
3 points
Write following logical and pertinent guidelines, with an adequate extension and fully respecting the language regulations.
4 points
Analysis of the passage studied. (Extract key ideas from passage as elements for synthesis)
Present incoherent ideas or without any relation to the passage studied.
0 points
Select ideas without any reflection or criteria without elaborating a solid comment.
1 points
Select only the main ideas for your comment without considering the secondary ideas of the passage studied.
2 points
Evaluate most of the ideas of the passage studied in an appropriate way to select their own arguments.
3 points
Evaluate all or almost all the ideas of the passage studied to select and construct their own arguments.
4 points
Content synthesis (Writing ideas that impacted him the most, and how to put it to work personally)
It offers foreign or irrelevant content regarding the passage studied without giving indications of how to put it to work.
0 points
Evidence only one idea related to the topic, presented redundantly without taking into account whether your ideas are correct or orderly.
1 points
Evidence of ideas that relate their own knowledge to the information on the passage studied to draw conclusions (put to work) without supporting the base of examples.
2 points
Evidence of ideas that relate their own knowledge to the information on the passage studied to draw conclusions (put to work) based on examples.
3 points
Evidence of ideas that relate their own knowledge to the information on the passage studied to draw solid conclusions (put to work), based on examples and comparisons with different contexts.
4 points
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