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[object Object]User: which is easier to use analytic or holistic?

Weegy: Holistic
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User: which is easier to use analytic or holistic and why

Weegy: Holistic
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User: do you make use of holistic and analytic rubrics? how do they differ?

Weegy: Yes. For a particular task you assign students, do you want to be able to assess how well the students perform on each criterion, [ or do you want to get a more global picture of the students' performance on the entire task? The answer to that question is likely to determine the type of rubric you choose to create or use: Analytic or holistic. ]
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User: what difficulties have you met in the use of scoring rubrics?

Weegy: There is no difficulties have you met in the use of scoring rubrics. Click the link for more information:
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User: where you involved in the making of the scoring rubrics? how do you make one? which is easier to constuct- analytic or holistic?



Weegy: In an analytic rubric performance is judged separately for each criterion. Teachers assess how well students meet a criterion on a task, distinguishing between work that effectively meets the criterion and work that does not meet it. [ The next step in creating a rubric, then, is deciding how fine such a distinction should be made for each criterion. For example, if you are judging the amount of eye contact a presenter made with his/her audience that judgment could be as simple as did or did not make eye contact (two levels of performance), never, sometimes or always made eye contact (three levels), or never, rarely, sometimes, usually, or always made eye contact (five levels). ]
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