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Use general, pre-made rubrics for different contexts or create your own. Link: http://rubric-maker.com/

Build a customizable rubric that can be used for any writing activity your class might be completing. Follow the steps to complete the rubric. Once you have finished, you can print your rubric, save it on your own computer, or email it. Link: Writing Rubric Maker

Rubistar is a free tool that allows teachers to design different kinds of scoring rubrics for a variety of project-based learning assignments (e.g., interviews, writing assignments, digital storytelling, role-plays, etc.). Link: http://rubistar.4teachers.org/index.php

iRubric allows teachers to build rubrics and other assessment tools that can then be shared with others or connected to digital grade books. Designing rubrics with this tool is free and can be used by teachers for a variety of subjects. Must create an account. Link: http://www.rcampus.com/indexrubric.cfm

Rating guidelines from the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL) to describe the levels of beginning, intermediate, and advanced level learners. Link: http://www.actfl.org