rubric

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İngilizce - Türkçe
bölümlemek
(Dilbilim) yönerge
kural
kırmızı renkte veya özel tipte basılmış başlık
yön
bölüm
yasa tasarısı başlığı
eski kitaplarda kırmızı harflerle basılan kısım
bölüm başlığı
kırmızı renk
ayırıcı niteliği olan kırmızı harfler
kırmızı harflerle yazılmış
rubricatekırmızı renkle yazmak
dua kitabında veya herhangi bir dini kitapta bölüm başı
{i} kırmızı harfler
{i} yazı başlığı (kırmızı)
bölü

Bir değerlendirme bölümü var mıydı? - Was there an assessment rubric?

{i} kırmızı başlık (gazete)
kanun tasarısı başlığı
(Tıp) rubrik
yazı başlığı
red
kırmızı

Neden bankı kırmızıya boyadın? - Why did you paint the bank red?

Kırmızı bir spor araba aldım. - I bought a red sports car.

red
{s} kırmızı (renk)
red
değersiz
red
komünist
red
{s} gen. b.h. kızıl, komünist
red
(cilt) pembe
red
red admiral kırmızı renkli güzel bir kelebek
red
(Tıp) Kırmızı, kızıl, al
red
komunist
red
kırmızı boya

Babam posta kutusunu kırmızı boyadı. - My father painted the letterbox red.

Mavi boya ile kırmızı boyayı karıştırın. - Blend the red paint with the blue paint.

red
(isim) kırmızı, kızıl, kızılderili, borç, borçlu bakiye
red
anarşist
red
(sıfat) rus, kırmızı, kırmızı (renk), kızarmış, al, kızıl, komünist, solcu, kızgın, kızıl saçlı, kızıl tüylü, kızılderili
red
{i} kızılderili
red
{s} kızıl saçlı

John kızıl saçlı bir kadını öptü. - John kissed any woman with red hair.

Tom kızıl saçlı, değil mi? - Tom is a redhead, isn't he?

red
{i} borç

Bizim aile bütçesi borçludur. - Our family budget is in the red.

Şirketimizin geleceği tehlikede. Son birkaç yıldır aşırı derecede borçluyuz. - The future of our company is at stake. We have been heavily in the red for the last couple of years.

red
{i} borçlu bakiye
red
{s} solcu
İngilizce - İngilizce
An established rule or custom, a guideline
A title of a category or a class

That would fall under the rubric of things we can ignore for now.

A heading in a book highlighted in red
A printed set of scoring criteria for evaluating student work and for giving feedback
{n} directions in the common prayer
{a} red
(Eğitim) In education jargon, the word rubric means "an assessment tool for communicating expectations of quality". Rubric actually means "a heading written or printed in red"
A scoring guide including a summary listing of the characteristics that distinguish high quality from low quality work
a category or classification
a scoring guide for evaluating the quality of work or products to answer the question: What does mastery, and varying degrees of mastery, look like? Has three essential features: evaluative criteria, quality definitions, and a scoring strategy, which may be either holistic or analytic
an explanation or definition of an obscure word in a text
a title or heading that is printed in red or in a special type an authoritative rule of conduct or procedure directions for the conduct of Christian church services (often printed in red in a prayer book) adorn with ruby red color
{i} explanatory comment; title, heading of a work printed in a different style than the rest; direction, rule, guideline
A series of narrative statements describing the levels of quality of a product or a performance The rubric can be a list of narrative statements or a matrix of narrative statements Rubrics can be holistic or analytical This type of assessment tool usually provides a more holistic approach than that of assessment lists
an instrument used to make the expectations for assignments and assessments clear; also used to grade those same assignments and assessments
To adorn ith red; to redden; to rubricate
A rubric is a title or heading under which something operates or is studied. The aid comes under the rubric of technical co-operation between governments. = title, heading
A rubric is a scoring tool that lists the criteria for a piece of work, or "what counts" (for example, purpose, organization, details, voice, and mechanics are often what count in a piece of writing); it also articulates gradations of quality for each criterion, from excellent to poor
A scoring guide for grading your writing
A scoring guide that gives specific criteria on which a piece of student work will be evaluated based on standards for student performance
Hence, that which is established or settled, as by authority; a thing definitely settled or fixed
an authoritative rule of conduct or procedure
A matrix or table of indicators characteristic of particular levels of student performance; used to evaluate student work, usually projects or performances
when printed in red
Of or pertaining to the rubric or rubrics
A set of authoritative rules to give direction to the scoring of assessment tasks or activities To be useful, a scoring rubric must be derived from careful analysis of existing performances of varying quality A task-specific rubric describes levels of performance for a particular complex performance task and guides the scoring of that task consistent with relevant performance standards (A task-specific rubric is more specific than a performance standard and can apply a performance standard to a particular context found in a performance task ) A general rubric is an outline for creating task-specific rubrics, or for guiding expert judgment, where task-specific scoring rules are internal to the scorer
A rubric is a set of rules or instructions, for example the rules at the beginning of an examination paper. There was a firm rubric in the book about what had to be observed when interrogating anyone under seventeen
a "scoring criteria based on descriptions of what to look for in a student response to an open-ended question" or problem
directions for the conduct of Christian church services (often printed in red in a prayer book)
A direction for the performance of worship found in the Prayer Book
Some of the definitions of rubric are contradictory In general, a rubric is a scoring guide used in subjective assessments A rubric implies that a rule defining the criteria of an assessment system is followed in evaluation A rubric can be an explicit description of performance characteristics corresponding to a point on a rating scale A scoring rubric makes explicit ex-pected qualities of performance on a rating scale or the definition of a single point on a scale Topic areas: Accountability and Evaluation
category name; "it is usually discussed under the rubric of `functional obesity'"
A brief statement describing a certain quantity or quality of work, learning or behavior Rubrics are often organized in descending order, with statements describing, for example, excellent behavior, good behavior, acceptable behavior, and poor behavior
Teacher uses this for grading performance assessments or any student work in the academic standards classroom Rubrics describe to students exactly what their work must look like, to be considered excellent or satisfactory
A titlepage, or part of it, especially that giving the date and place of printing; also, the initial letters, etc
an established and written-down set of criteria for scoring or rating student's performance on tests, portfolios, writing samples, or other performance tasks
adorn with ruby red color
A set of scoring guidelines for assessing student work
a symptom as written in a homeopathic repertory
is an assessment tool with a well-defined set of guidelines for assigning scores that provides descriptions for all criteria being assessed and shows a range of performance from exemplary to low
A heading, characteristically written in red ink, that either precedes a body of text and introduces the title of the work or its subdivisions (known as an opening rubric), or follows a body of text or its subdivisions and signals the conclusion of the work or subdivision (known as a closing rubric) An opening rubric normally begins with the word incipit and a closing rubric with the word explicit, though both are distinct from the INCIPIT and EXPLICIT as the opening and closing words of the text proper of a work
The directions and rules for the conduct of service, formerly written or printed in red; hence, also, an ecclesiastical or episcopal injunction; usually in the plural
a set of criteria and a scoring scale that is used to assess and evaluate students' work (Campbell, Melenyzer, Nettles, and Wyman, 2000)
That part of any work in the early manuscripts and typography which was colored red, to distinguish it from other portions
a heading that names a statute or legislative bill; may give a brief summary of the matters it deals with; "Title 8 provided federal help for schools"
A fixed scale and specific set of criteria that describes what performance should look like at each point on the scale Usually a rubric has between three to five levels
category name; "it is usually discussed under the rubric of `functional obesity'" a title or heading that is printed in red or in a special type an authoritative rule of conduct or procedure directions for the conduct of Christian church services (often printed in red in a prayer book) adorn with ruby red color
A scoring guide, usually numerical, used in performance assessment
a guide for scoring student performances and products Rubrics are built from criteria that describe the characteristics of products or performances using a scale­descriptions or numbers that indicate levels of performance A rubric may also be holistic - a rule grading a whole piece with one score, or analytic - scoring specific aspects of the piece separately
a title or heading that is printed in red or in a special type
A scoring guide that includes clear and well-defined criteria to evaluate student performance Rubrics consist of a fixed measurement scale (e g , 4 point) and a list of criteria, or traits, describing the characteristics of performance for each score point Rubrics are frequently accompanied by examples (anchors or exemplars) of products or performances to illustrate the various score points on the scale Holistic rubrics give one overall score to the performance or piece of work; analytic rubrics provide a score for each one of the identified traits
Colored in, or marked with, red; placed in rubrics
The title of a statute; so called as being anciently written in red letters
- A series of narrative statements describing the levels of quality of a product or a performance
Assessment Rubric
(Eğitim) In education jargon, the word rubric means "an assessment tool for communicating expectations of quality". Rubric actually means "a heading written or printed in red"
rubrics
Written and shared criteria for judging performance that indicate the qualities by which levels of performance can be differentiated, and that anchor judgments about the degree of success on a candidate assessment
rubrics
are scoring guides that use specific written criteria to distinguish among levels of student proficiency on a common task Sometimes the term "rubric" is used interchangeably with scoring guide
rubrics
Authentic scoring mechanism for the evaluation of a learning activity or project that provides assessment guidelines and a rating scale for determining levels of quality Rubrics are based on criteria for completing a task
rubrics
are an effective assessment tool in evaluating student performance When students are involved in the assessment process, they are empowered and their learning becomes more focused and self-directed See Kathy Schrock's assessment and rubric resources and Teach-nology rubric generators and evaluation rubrics for websites See also rubrics for web lessons Check Rubistar which allows you to create your own rubrics or explore the Ontario Teachers' Rubrics page Other sources of rubrics are at and Midlink magazine and the Rubric Bank Slate tools provides a number of online tools including a rubric builder
rubrics
Specific criteria or guidelines used to evaluate student work
rubrics
plural of rubric
rubric

    Heceleme

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    Türkçe nasıl söylenir

    rubrîk

    Telaffuz

    /ˈro͞obrək/ /ˈruːbrɪk/

    Etimoloji

    [ 'rü-brik, -"brik ] (noun.) 14th century. Through Old French rubrique, from Latin rubrīca (“red ochre”), the substance used to make red letters, from ruber (“red”), from Proto-Indo-European *reudh-.

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