I will try to be brief about this one. No promises.
This is a multi-purpose evaluation sheet that can be catered to pretty much any task, assignment or project. It is based on the use of co-created success criteria and reflective self-assessment, but it is very adaptable and likely to work for anyone. Definitely better for older grades.
The file is in a .zip archive, along with a .pdf of the demo copy, and images of the highlighted demo copy and student sample.
For a detailed breakdown of each component, I have included in the screenshots a demo assignment and highlighted all the components of it as they are used in my classroom. The whole thing is very adaptable and can be fiddled with to meet your needs.
I find this assessment tool very helpful in general, but particularly when it comes to tasks which integrate multiple subject areas. It contains enough flexibility to put together a detailed and cross-curricular overview of a kid's success.
For context's sake, this is how I normally use this tool:
1. I receive or view the final product.
2. I review the task and my notes without putting down any grades.
3. I sit down with the student and go through the criteria with them. I ask them to make an educated guess at their mark based on each criteria and their final product.
(Note: Depending on the task, I may fill in the grades or numbers ahead of time, but I still have the conversation with the student to ensure they understand why those marks are there.)
4. I give them the evaluation sheet and they independently make comments for each category based on our conversation. They also fill in the reflection on the back page.
5. I receive the copy (signed by a parent or guardian) and the marks go into my book.
Adapt the tool and the process to whatever methods best suit your style!
*Note: Looking at this template you might notice the 1-7 scale I use. I use that scale across the board for observation, assessment and evaluation, but it's literally something I just kind of made up. I left that part of the tool intact because there are a lot of possible ways to fill it up, but you can certainly get rid of it if it isn't needed.