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Tipos de Rúbricas

Rúbricas Analíticas versus Rúbricas Holísticas (Comprehensivas)

  • Rúbrica Analítica: identifica y evalúa los componentes de un producto finalizado.

  • Rúbrica Holística (o comprehensiva): evalúa el trabajo del estudiante como un todo.

 

¿Cuál de las dos es mejor?


Ningún tipo de rúbrica es mejor que el otro.  Los dos tienen su lugar en la Evaluación Auténtica (Authentic Assessment), dependiendo de lo siguiente:

  • A quién enseñamos.  Porque porque hay menos detalle que analizar en una rúbrica holística, es posible integrar a los estudiantes más jóvenes en este esquema que utilizando una rúbrica analítica

  • Cuantos profesores valoran el producto.  Porque diferentes profesores pueden tener ideas distintas respecto a lo  que constituye un criterio aceptable.  Los detalles extra de una rúbrica analítica ayudarán a enfatizar en múltiples grados el mismo criterio.

Ejemplos de rúbricas:


Fiction Writing Content Rubric – HOLISTIC

·         5 – The plot, setting, and characters are developed fully and organized well. The who, what, where, when, and why are explained using interesting language and sufficient detail.

·         4 – Most parts of the story mentioned in a score of 5 above are developed and organized well. A couple of aspects may need to be more fully or more interestingly developed.

·         3 – Some aspects of the story are developed and organized well, but not as much detail or organization is expressed as in a score of 4.

·         2 – A few parts of the story are developed somewhat. Organization and language usage need improvement.

·         1 – Parts of the story are addressed without attention to detail or organization.

(Fuente:  http://www.teachervision.fen.com/teaching-methods-and-management/rubrics/4524.html)

 

Fiction-writing content rubric-ANALYTIC


Criteria

4

3

2

1

PLOT: "What" and "Why"

Both plot parts are fully developed.

One of the plot parts is fully developed and the less developed part is at least addressed.

Both plot parts are addressed but not fully developed.

Neither plot parts are fully developed.

SETTING: "When" and "Where"

Both setting parts are fully developed.

One of the setting parts is fully developed and the less developed part is at least addressed.

Both setting parts of the story are addressed but not fully developed.

Neither setting parts are developed.

CHARACTERS "Who" Described by behavior, appearance, personality, and character traits.

The main characters are fully developed with much descriptive detail. The reader has a vivid image of the characters.

The main characters are developed with some descriptive detail. The reader has a vague idea of the characters.

The main characters are identified by name only.

None of the characters are developed or named.

 

 (Fuente: http://www.teachervision.fen.com/teaching-methods-and-management/rubrics/4523.html)

 

Actividad 1.  Accede al siguiente enlace para consultar rúbricas de tu asignatura:

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