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How do I grade an assignment using a rubric in the legacy grading interface?

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Select Assignments.

Select Assignments.

Select Assignments from the site's Tool Menu.

Select Grade.

Select the Grade link beneath the assignment title

Select the Grade link beneath the assignment to be graded.

Select the student's name for the submission to be graded.

select the students name

Select the student's name for the submission to be graded.

Tip: Alternatively, select the rubric icon in the same row as the student's name to open the grading rubric for that student. However, opening the rubric from here will bypass the view of the student submission, so it is best used to review or verify a previously scored rubric.

Note: For more information about using the legacy grading interface, see How do I grade an assignment using the legacy grading interface?

Select Grading Rubric.

Select Grading Rubric

Select the Grading Rubric tab to display the rubric.

Rubric displays.

the rubric displays

The rubric will display.

Select the appropriate rating level for each criterion.

select ratings for each criterion

The points will be added up automatically based on your rating selections. The total points earned will appear in the Grade field.

Adjust points. (Optional)

adjust points

In individual score adjustment was applied in the assignment's settings, the rating points can be modified if desired. The modification is denoted by the original criteria score struck through. In the example above, the student was awarded 24 points, but the instructor chose to adjust their score for the Argument criterion from 20 to 19. The 20 is struck through and the student's overall score changes to 21.

Enter comments. (Optional)

enter comments

To comment on a specific criterion:

  1. Select the comment bubble icon for that criterion.
  2. Enter your comment into the text field provided.
  3. Select Done.

Comments icon indicates saved comment.

comments icon changes color

Note: The Comments icon changes color when comments are saved.

Select Save and Don't Release to Student.

select Save

Select Save and Don't Release to Student. Alternatively, select Save and Release to Student to return scores and feedback to the student immediately.

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