Rubric for Interview Report



Criterion

4

Exceptional

3

Acceptable

2

Marginal

1 or 0

Unacceptable



Score

Introduction
You describe the interview event in detail and skillfully introduce the person you interviewed. You describe the interview event and introduce the person you interviewed. You describe the interview event but say little about the person you interviewed. You describe little about the interview event or person you interviewed.  
Summary You provide a detailed summary of the interview with a clear indication of the questions asked and answers received. You provide a summary of the interview with indication of the questions asked and answers received. You provide a cursory summary of the interview with little indication of the questions asked and answers received. You provide a perfunctory summary of the interview.  
Conclusion You identify at least three main points you learned from the interview and convey a clear sense of what you learned and how you might apply it in the future. You identify at least two main points you learned from the interview and convey a sense of what you learned and how you might apply it in the future. You convey little sense of what you learned from the interview or how you might apply it in the future. You convey little, if any, sense of what you learned from the interview.  
Auditor's report You secure a synopsis of the annual audit and report in detail on what the auditor had noted as areas in need of correction by the district and how the district has responded. You secure a synopsis of the annual audit and report on what the auditor had noted as areas in need of correction by the district and how the district has reponded. You secure a synopsis of the annual audit and allude to what the auditor had noted as areas in need of correction by the district. You show little or no evidence of having secured a synopsis of the annual audit.  
Writing mechanics and organization Your writing demonstrates a sophisticated clarity, conciseness, and correctness; your report is extremely well-organized. Your writing is accomplished in terms of clarity and conciseness and contains only a few errors; your report is well-organized. Your writing lacks clarity or conciseness and contains numerous errors; your report lacks organization. Your writing is unfocused, rambling, or contains serious errors; your report is poorly organized.  

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Note: Criteria are evaluated on a 4-3-2-1-0 basis. Total rubric points are converted first to a letter grade and then to a numerical equivalent based on a 0–100 scale: 19–20 = A (93–100); 18 = A– (90–92); 17 = B+ (88–89); 14–16 = B (83–87); 13 = B– (80–82); 12 = C+ (78–79); 9–11 = C (73–77); 8 = C– (70–72); 4–7 = D (60–69); 0–3 = F (below 60).