Where do the numbers come from that are written for the grade written next to the rubric?
This Excel spreadsheet states the scores from A to F for the 4 Criteria used in grading
It shows the scores from A to F for these4 Criteria:
Reading FOR Evidence (60% of the Comparisonís value)
Writing WITH Evidence (30% of the Comparisonís value)
Following Directions for Evidence (5% of the Comparisonís value)
Mechanics (5% of the Comparisonís value)
I handwrite the scores for each criteria to the right of the rubric and then add them. I enter them after you reply to the feedback. Why do I do it? By using an Excel spreadsheet to determine the points for grades within a letter grade (such as breaking apart a C-, two mid-point Cs, and a C+) I can give a few more points in individual cases than I can with the Turnitin rubric.