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Pronunciation: [ɹˈuːbɹɪk] (IPA)

Rubric is a term used to describe a set of guidelines that are used to evaluate or grade different types of content or assignments. There are several synonyms for the word rubric, including criteria, scoring guide, checklist, assessment tool, evaluation rubric, rating scale, grading rubric, and marking scheme. These different synonyms can often be used interchangeably, but each has its own unique nuances and implications. Regardless of the term you use, a rubric is an important tool for teachers, professors, and evaluators to objectively grade student work, provide feedback, and encourage students to improve their performance over time.

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Usage examples for Rubric

The rubric says in the most forcible manner that the owner of the blade, 'in vaginam', shall be one.
"The Memoires of Casanova, Complete The Rare Unabridged London Edition Of 1894, plus An Unpublished Chapter of History, By Arthur Symons"
Jacques Casanova de Seingalt
Cranmer, the Primate, was in favour of the rubric as it stood, and on October 7, 1552, addressed the Privy Council in a letter which, without naming Knox, clearly shows his opinion of our Reformer.
"John Knox and the Reformation"
Andrew Lang
Fired by the appreciation of his own grandeur and triumph, he was the first to rise, or to sit down; as is directed in the rubric of the services, he joined his voice to those in the choir, astonishing them all by the harsh energy of his singing; the Latin words rolled from his mouth like blows upon those hated people, and his eyes passed with a threatening expression over the double row of bent heads.
"The Shadow of the Cathedral"
Vicente Blasco Ibañez

Famous quotes with Rubric

  • In France, Étienne Geoffroy Saint-Hilaire attempted to portray the skeleton of vertebrates as a set of modifications upon an archetypal vertebra. In the 1820's, Geoffroy extended his ambitious plan to include annelids and arthropods under that same rubric. ...Vertebrates support their soft parts with an internal skeleton, but insects must live within their vertebrae (a reality, not a metaphor, for Geoffroy). This comparison led to... the claim that a vertebrate rib must represent the same organ as an arthropod leg - and that insects must therefore walk on their own ribs!
    Stephen Jay Gould
  • Under the rubric of conservatism, the Republican party of Bush I and II has been reinventing itself into what conservatives would have once recognized as a Rockefeller party reciting Reaganite rhetoric.
    Pat Buchanan

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