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Jazz and Blues Research Project built by grechkoh

Rubric Code: GX949XX
The students will pick one Jazz/Blues musician to create a poster, and present their findings to the class. The project should include biographical information, interesting facts and musical achievements of the musician. This presentation should include some form of media as a visual or auditory aid to enhance the project.
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Keywords: music history
Categories: Subjects: Music  
Types: Presentation  
Grade Levels: K-5, 9-12

Powered by iRubric Music History Jazz
  Poor
1 pts
Average
2 pts
Above Average
3 pts
Advanced
4 pts
Required Facts
40 %
A detailed
explanation of
the musician’s date of birth and death, birthplace, early life, late life, and biggest accomplishments.
Poor

Little if any required facts are stated accurately with details.
Average

A few required facts are stated accurately with details.
Above Average

Most required facts are stated accurately with details.
Advanced

All required facts are stated accurately with details.
Project Organization
30 %
Poster, picture or drawing, audio or/and video clips,
Poor

Project is not organized by topics, messy or unreadable and difficult to understand and follow.
Average

Project is not organized by topics, messy and difficult to understand and follow.
Above Average

Project is mostly organized by topics, neat and clear to understand and follow.
Advanced

Project is well organized by topics, neat and clear to understand and follow.
Presentation
20 %
You will present your project to the class and demonstrate extensive knowledge about your musician and his/her accomplishments.
Poor

Presentation is not clear or easily understood. Demonstrates lack knowledge of the content.
Average

Presentation is not clear, not well rehearsed or easily understood. Demonstrates limited knowledge of the content.
Above Average

Presentation is mostly clear, rehearsed some and well understood. Demonstrates knowledge of the content.
Advanced

Presentation is clear, well rehearsed and well understood. Demonstrates knowledge of the content.
Speaker
10 %
Speaker displays key components that are crucial for the success of the presentation.
Poor

The speaker showed almost no confidence, did not speak at an audible volume, and did not connect with their audience.
Average

The speaker showed little confidence, rarely spoke at an audible volume, and hardly connected with their audience.
Above Average

The speaker showed confidence, spoke at an audible volume, and connected with their audience.
Advanced

The speaker showed extreme confidence, spoke at an audible volume, and connected with their audience.



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