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1 rubric Lewis and Clark journal       popup preivew  
You will write journal entries for at least 3 days on Lewis and Clark's expedition. They must be complemented by illustrations. These days do not need to be consecutive. The entries will be written as if you were on the trip, so write about your experiences from your perspective and give as many details as possible.

Grade Levels:   6-8  
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ktpettit24
2 rubric 6th grade WP project       popup preivew  
6th grade will create a newsletter about Anicient China. They will write as though they are living back in their day. There must be one article about the geography of China, the Silk Road, the three schools of thought, and the 4 major dynasties.

Grade Levels:   6-8  
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mag9903
3 rubric Make a Mythological Monster       popup preivew  
Students imagine, design, and create their own mythological monster using any medium they choose. The monsters can be drawn on paper (one dimensional) or sculpted in clay or play doh. Project leads into myhology unit in reading.

Grade Levels:   6-8  
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amieray
4 rubric User Experience Hackathon       popup preivew  

Grade Levels:   Grad  
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michaelm1995
5 rubric Popsicle Stick Bridge Building       popup preivew  
Arch or beam bridge to be made out of popsicle sticks and hot glue. Width must be a minimum of four centimetres. The bridge must span distance of 50 centimetres. The bridge must be able withstand a maximum of 5 kilograms of weight without failing or sagging more than 5 centimetres. Each group must use at least 100 popsicle sticks for the construction of their bridge.

Grade Levels:   K-5  
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cindygraham
6 rubric Cubist/Picasso Self Portrait       popup preivew  

Grade Levels:   6-8   Undergrad  
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Jnovello
7 rubric Animoto Video Clip Rubric       popup preivew  
This rubric is designed to assess the educational Animoto assignment.

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tnissley
8 rubric Black History Month Historical FaKebook Page       popup preivew  
Create a Fakebook page using biographical information from a historical figure/event from history that impacted African Americans. Include personal information, qualities, and contributions of the person. This FaKebook page is an imaginary recreation of "Facebook." The page should be the profile page and include conversations between your historical figure, as well as others. If you choose to do an event in Black history, your page should be a recreation of a Facebook Event Page.

Grade Levels:   K-5   6-8   9-12  
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CPRITowe
9 rubric Number 1 Fan!       popup preivew  

Grade Levels:   K-5  
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lparris3
10 rubric Number 1 Fan!       popup preivew  

Grade Levels:   K-5  
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lparris3
11 rubric Number 1 Fan!       popup preivew  

Grade Levels:   K-5  
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lparris3
12 rubric Number 1 Fan!       popup preivew  

Grade Levels:   K-5  
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lparris3
13 rubric Word Art Poster       popup preivew  
A Word Art Poster is designed using a new vocabulary word in the target language. The purpose of this exercise is to learn the new vocabulary by reinforcing the importance of visualizing.

Grade Levels:   9-12  
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pattycakes
14 rubric logo design Rubric       popup preivew  
Students created logo using their name or initials for a product or service of their own making.

Grade Levels:   6-8  
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pattycakes
15 rubric One Thousand Dollar Charity Project       popup preivew  
Task: What can you buy with one thousand dollars? You are about to find out! Your assignment is to spend one thousand dollars on items that would benefit our community or school. The sky is the limit! Think of something nice you could do to benefit your school or community on $1,000 budget. You must purchase a minimum of 5 different items. Project will be put together and math will be done in class. Pictures of items will be brought in from home.

Grade Levels:   K-5  
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slemieux
16 rubric Road to Revolutionary War Project       popup preivew  
Congratulations!! You and a partner have been hired as researchers for the History Channel. Your job will be to find specific information for the events during the Revolutionary War. This information needs to be rewritten so that kids your age can understand what happened. The directors want this information in the form of a road map, instead of a timeline. They also want colorful pictures to attract the student's attention.

Grade Levels:   K-5  
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Mcairy
17 rubric Black History Month Project       popup preivew  

Grade Levels:   K-5  
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Debrablue
18 rubric Black History Month Project       popup preivew  

Grade Levels:   K-5  
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Debrablue
19 rubric American Revolution Diorama Project       popup preivew  
Here is the criteria that you should consider as you make your diorama.

Grade Levels:   K-5  
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Mcairy
20 rubric My Math Comic Strip       popup preivew  
Using an online comic strip generator or drawing by hand, each student will create a comic strip to show understanding of a mathematical concept using the appropriate math vocuabulary in the comic strip dialog. Each student choosing not to draw the comic strip by hand will choose one of the following online comic strip generators to complete this project: http://www.stripcreator.com/ http://cambridgeenglishonline.com/Cartoon_Maker/ http://www.readwritethink.org/files/resources/interactives/comic/ http://www.toondoo.com/Home.toon

Grade Levels:   6-8  
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