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Citation Rubric Example

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Sample Citation Rubric

 

 

Level 4

Level 3

Level 2

Level 1

Formatting

Title of Page

Works Cited/References title is centered at the top of the page.

Works Cited/References title is not centered or another title is used.

The page has no title.

Citations are put on the last page of the paper, not on own page.

 

Alphabetical Order of Citations (excluding a, an and the).

Citations are in alphabetical order by the first word of the citation.

Most citations are in alphabetical order by the first letter of the citation .

Some citations are in alphabetical order by the first letter of the citation.

Citations are not alphabetized.

 

Indentation of Lines

All citations begin at the left margin with the following lines in a hanging indent.

Most citations begin at the left margin with the following lines in a hanging indent.

Citation indentation is reversed, with the first line indented and the following line at the margin.

No indentation of lines.

 

Order of Elements of the Citation

All the citations have the required elements in the proper order.

Most the citations have the required elements in the proper order.

Some the citations have the required elements in the proper order.

None of the the citations have the required elements in the proper order.

 

Punctuation

All citations contain the proper punctuation.

Most citations contain the proper punctuation.

Some citations contain the proper punctuation.

None of the citations contain the proper punctuation.

 

Completeness

All sources and pictures are cited.

Most sources and pictures are cited.

Some sources and pictures are cited.

None of the sources and pictures are cited.

 

 

 

 

 

 

In-Text Citation

In-Text Citation / Footnotes

In-text Citations/Footnotes are complete and follow the proper format.

In-text citations / footnotes are mostly complete and follow the proper format.

In-text citations / footnotes do not follow rules of formatting or properly cite the source.

There are no in-text citations / footnotes.

 

All sources that are cited in the text appear in the Works Cited/ References at the end of the document.

All sources that were cited are included in Works Cited/References.

Most sources cited in the document are included in Works Cited/References.

Many sources cited in the document are missing in Works Cited/References.

Very few or no sources cited in the document are listed in Works Cited/References.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Research used Effectively

Use of Research

The student's ideas and analysis are the main focus and research is used to support the ideas.

The research occasionally replaces student's own ideas or analysis of information.

Student's own ideas are mostly replaced by too many quotes or research without analysis.

Student's own ideas are not present in the project.

 

Research Incorporated into Text

Researched ideas are effectively paraphrased or incorporated into writer's own work.

Attempts to paraphrase or incorporate material into writer's own work is somewhat effective.

Paraphrased material or research does not fit into writer's own work.

No attempt to paraphrase or incoporate researched material into writer's own work.

 

Multiple sources used

Student used a variety of sources from books and internet.

Student used a variety of sources from internet.

Student used one or two sources that were not credible.

Student used a single source for the report.

 

Credibility of Sources

Student used a variety of credible and scholarly sources.

Student used a variety of sources.

Student only used two sources.

Student only used Wikipedia or no sources.

 

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