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.
- AP Rhetorical Analysis Scoring Rubric
- AP Argument Scoring Rubric
- AP Synthesis Scoring Rubric
- Google Forms Mini Scoring Rubric
- Google Slides How to Use Autocrat