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iRubric: Etymology of Character Names rubric

iRubric: Etymology of Character Names rubric

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Etymology of Character Names built by misstubbs

Rubric Code: UX9WCA7
Pick 5 characters from your book. Look up the names on 2 different websites and find their meaning. Where did the name come from (origin)? What are some characteristics of people who are named this? Be Creative with how you present.
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Categories: Subjects: Humanities  
Types: Project  
Grade Levels: 9-12

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  EXEMPLARY
4 pts
PROFICIENT
3 pts
EMERGING
2 pts
NOT COMPLETE
0 pts
Neatness
EXEMPLARY

Presentation is neat AND organized with no errors
PROFICIENT

Presentation is somewhat neat and organized with few errors (1-2)
EMERGING

Presentation not neat OR organized with some errors (2-3)
NOT COMPLETE

No care taken. presentation is neither neat NOR organized with many errors (4 or more)
Creativity
EXEMPLARY

A variety of materials used in creating the presentation. The student has gone above and beyond to make the presentation attractive.
PROFICIENT

A variety of materials used in creating the presentation.
EMERGING

Materials used are limited or little effort made to make the presentation attractive.
NOT COMPLETE

No attempt made at creativity or attractiveness.
Message
EXEMPLARY

Message of the presentation is clear.
AND
The presentation uses a variety (3+) of methods to communicate information (pictures, short descriptive phrases, etc.)
PROFICIENT

Message of the presentation is clear.
AND
Uses a couple (2) of methods to communicate information (pictures, short descriptive phrases, etc.)
EMERGING

Message of the presentation is clear.
OR
Uses a couple (2) of methods to communicate information (pictures, short descriptive phrases, etc.)
NOT COMPLETE

presentation is confusing and the message is not clear.
AND
only uses one method to communicate information
Spelling
EXEMPLARY

No errors
PROFICIENT

Few errors: 1-2
EMERGING

Some errors: 2-3
NOT COMPLETE

Many errors: more than 3 errors
Information
EXEMPLARY

Includes ALL of the following for each name:
-Name
-Origin
-Meaning of name from 2 sources
-"Typical" Characteristics of people with this name (think personality, ethnicity, socioeconomic class)
PROFICIENT

Includes MOST (3) of the following for each name:
-Name
-Origin
-Meaning of name from 2 sources
-"Typical" Characteristics of people with this name (think personality, ethnicity, socioeconomic class)
EMERGING

Includes SOME (2) of the following for each name:
-Name
-Origin
-Meaning of name from 2 sources
-"Typical" Characteristics of people with this name (think personality, ethnicity, socioeconomic class)
NOT COMPLETE

Includes NONE (0-1) of the following for each name:
-Name
-Origin
-Meaning of name from 2 sources
-"Typical" Characteristics of people with this name (think personality, ethnicity, socioeconomic class)
Reflection
EXEMPLARY

Clearly states how names are a good or bad fit for the characters with evidence from the text
PROFICIENT

States how names are a good or bad fit for the characters with some evidence from the text
EMERGING

States how names are a good or bad fit for the characters with little to no evidence from the text
NOT COMPLETE

Does not state how names are a good or bad fit for the characters



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