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iRubric: HOW A BILL BECOMES A LAW : comic strip rubric

iRubric: HOW A BILL BECOMES A LAW : comic strip rubric

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HOW A BILL BECOMES A LAW : comic strip built by amills4745

Rubric Code: G32WCW
Having now viewed the Powerpoint presentation on the Federal law making process you will create a comic strip portraying each step of the law making process.
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Categories: Subjects: History   Political Science  
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Grade Levels: 9-12

Powered by iRubric How bills become laws comic strip
100 %
  Poor
30 pts
Fair
38 pts
Good
50 pts
Graphics/ Visuals
25 pts This portion of the assignment will be used to judge your creativity and chronilogical organization.
Poor

Students comic strip is out of order or incomplete. Work is sloppy with partial or no color. captions do not accurately reflect the process of a bill becoming a law.
Fair

Students comic strip is complete. Student has used color, but work is sloppy and disorganized. Captions correlate with the pictures in their comic strips.
Good

Students comic strip is complete and accurately depicts the steps of a bill becoming a law in a neat and organized way. The comic strip is colorful and the captions correlate with the pictures to create a comprehensive piece of work.
Required Elements
25 pts This portion will be used to see how well you were able to depict the legislative process; were any stages left out.
Poor

Several required elements are missing, including missing illustrations and captions. Comic strip does not make sense.
Fair

One required element is missing. At least one caption or illustration box is missing making the comic strip difficult to comprehend.
Good

All required elements are present. Comic strip illustrations and captions correlate well to create a well organized comprehensive final piece of work.
Grammar
25 pts At this stage you will be judged on your mechanics (spelling and grammar)
Poor

There are three or more grammatical errors.
Fair

There are two grammatical errors.
Good

There are no grammatical errors.
Attractiveness
25 pts Level of craftsmanship. Is this something others could use to learn from
Poor

The comic strip is distractingly messy and the layout is poor.
Fair

Comic strip is neat and well designed.
Good

Comic strip is exceptionally neat, well designed and attention grabbing.



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