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Writing Workshop

At the conclusion of each grading term, students will receive a writing workshop grade. This grade reflects the cumulative result of the following writing workshop activities: brainstorming, drafting, revising and conferencing. Student performance during writing workshop is evaluated using the rubric below.


Londonderry High School School-Wide Rubric:


Specified for Our Course Curriculum







Sets and achieves challenging goals.

Sets and achieves goals.

Sets and attempts to achieve goals.

Sets a goal.

Fails to set goals or sets goals that are unrealistic or unachievable.

Consistently manages time and resources in an efficient manner.

Manages time and resources in an efficient manner.

Manages time and resources with some prompting.

Ineffectively manages time and resources; may require more frequent prompting.

Wastes time and/or resources.

Is always prepared for class with all necessary materials and assignments.

Is prepared for class.

Is usually prepared for class.

Is seldom prepared for class.

Is usually unprepared for class.

Actively and unilaterally seeks academic assistance when needed.

Seeks assistance when needed or prompted.

Does not seek assistance.


Click here to download a workshop self assessment and reflection.