AP Lang Scoring Rubrics W/Autocrat

Hello! It’s been a while since I’ve blogged, but as you can imagine things are going at a faster pace now. With state testing happening for the next three weeks and AP exams right around the corner, I am quite a busy bee at the moment. I have something new I want to share with you. The AP Scoring Rubrics for AP Language and Composition that I created on Google Docs for the purpose of scoring my students on demand essays using Autocrat.

Why Autocrat and not Doctopus or Goobric? Goobric uses a very specific format that limits your ability to maintain your original rubric. I love to use a variety of rubrics and be able to add a splash of color. I also love that I can just copy my Google Forms mini scoring rubric for each essay I am scoring. I don’t have to create a new one all the time.

Below are hyperlinks that will take you directly to each doc, form, and slides. Then, simply copy each one to your drive.

Happy Tinkering!

Published by Noemi Gonzalez

I'm an experienced high school English teacher sharing best practices to inform, to inspire and to reflect on my own craft. Love implementing new ideas and efficient systems that make teaching manageable. Teachers need a surmountable amount of support to help them survive, and every year comes with its own challenges. When I am not teaching or creating, I love hiking, running, anything outdoorsy! I am also a mother of two boys, one in college the other in his last year of middle school. Hope you can utilize what I create and share on this platform.

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