Table Manners Scoring Rubric

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Updated on: October 26, 2000

Table Manners Scoring Rubric

4
Exemplary

Student:

  • confidently dramatizes numerous examples of appropriate and inappropriate table manners.
  • selects two important table manners and is able to explain why each is important.
  • listens respectfully and makes thoughtful contributions to group and class discussions.
3
Competent

Student:

  • dramatizes some examples of appropriate and inappropriate table manners.
  • selects two important table manners and is able to tell why one is important.
  • listens at most times and makes some contributions to group and class discussions.
2
Developing

Student:

  • hesitantly dramatizes an example of appropriate or inappropriate table manners.
  • selects two important table manners but is unable to tell why they are important.
  • listens or makes contributions during class discussions, but is unable to do both.
1
Emerging

Student:

  • does not dramatize any examples of appropriate or inappropriate table manners.
  • is unable to select two important table manners.
  • does not listen or make contributions during class or group discussions.

 

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