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Native Americans

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Rubric Code: CX9XC6W
Students will understand that Native Americans were the first inhabitants in North America, will compare cultures of Native Americans tribes from various geographic regions of the U.S., Identify terms and designations. Essential Question: How were the Native Americans an important part of our history? What influences do Native Americans have on us today?
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Keywords: Native Americans
Categories: Subjects: History  
Types: (Other)  
Grade Levels: K-5

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Second grade unit: Native Americans
  1: Below
0.5 pts With help, there is little understanding of details and processes.
2:almost AT-have questions
1.5 pts No major errors of simpler details but errors with more complex ideas and processes.
3:AT
2 pts with no major errors, understands the information and processes that were explicitly taught.
4: Above
2.5 pts The student demonstrates in-depth inferences and applications that go beyond what was taught.
SS.2.A.2.1
1 pts The student will recognize that Native Americans were the first inhabitants in North America.
1: Below

Even with some help, I do not understand who was the first to inhabit North America.
2:almost AT-have questions

I understand some details about Native Americans but have some questions about them being the first to inhabit North America.
3:AT

I understand that Native Americans were the first to inhabit North America.
4: Above

I understand that Native Americans were the first to inhabit North America and can add information to our class discussion about Native Americans beyond what was taught.
S.S.2.A.2.2
1 pts The student will compare the cultures of Native American tribes from various geographic regions of the U.S.
1: Below

Even with some help, I can not give examples of differences and similarities between Native American cultures.
2:almost AT-have questions

I can compare some of qualities of Native American cultures but have some questions about the details of their cultures as it relates to regions of the U.S.
3:AT

I can compare the cultures of Native American tribes from various geographic regions of the U.S.
4: Above

I can compare the cultures of Native American tribes from various geographic regions of the U.S. and add information to our class discussion about specific qualities of tribes.
SS.2.A.1.1
1 pts The student worked well with their group on the comparing and contrasting the different tribes.
1: Below

Even with some help, I can not give examples when the student worked together in the group.
2:almost AT-have questions

I can work together half the time during the research process.
3:AT

I can work cooperatively with everyone in my group.
4: Above

I can work cooperatively with excellence in the group. Helping others when were having a hard time.
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1 pts Neatness
1: Below

My overall work was poorly done and hard to read/sloppy.
2:almost AT-have questions

My work was mediocre.
3:AT

My work was done neat.
4: Above

My work was beyond neat showing I used my best effort.



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