This is a Weekly Class Evaluation system I developed for classroom and behavior management. I used it for several years in my ABE GED classroom and it worked extremely well. Students appreciated the specific information on what I expected from them and the weekly feedback helped them see exactly where they stood. I think it would also work well for students in grades 9-12 or in an Alternative Learning Center (ALC) setting.
The word document includes a two page explanation of the rubric. You should give this to your students and explain it to them, and they should keep it for reference.
The third page of the document is the rubric (2 per sheet). Students are evaluated on timeliness of assignments, quality of work, attitude in class, listening and following directions, and ability to work with others. Students can earn 0, 1, 2, or 3 points in each area for a maximum of 15 points total. Print this out, cut it in half, and fill it out each Friday.
The fourth page is a graph where students can chart their score each week. My students kept this graph in their binders. The dark line indicates the expectation that students earn at least 10 points each week.
You can edit all the files to meet the needs of your classroom.
If you are having difficulty managing student behavior or motivation in your classroom, this might help. I often found that my students simply did not know what it meant to do a "good job," and this helped make it clear to them.