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iRubric: Social Studies Country Project rubric

iRubric: Social Studies Country Project rubric

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Social Studies Country Project built by oneroomteach

Rubric Code: V5894
Each student is to fill out forms about their country for geography class in Social Studies. Each student will present orally about the facts he or she has learned. More than 2 resources are to have been used to find materials.
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Categories: Subjects: Geography  
Types: Presentation  
Grade Levels: K-5, 6-8

Powered by iRubric Social Studies Presentation-
  Poor
1 pts
Fair
2 pts
Good
3 pts
Excellent
4 pts
Completed Packet
20 %
Poor

very little work has been done, student has little to no know- ledge of his or her country
Fair

student did almost all of the assigned work. Knows most of the required facts he or she was to find
Good

The student did all but one of the assignments and has a solic grasp of his or her country
Excellent

The student did every task assigned and completed it with details.
Neatness/details
20 %
Poor

scribbles mostly, not completed and very messy. Not readable
Fair

can read some of the papers, but it quite messy. Obviously did not put in much effort into the projects
Good

Most of the work is legible and neat. Can read what is written and is clear he or she put a lot of work into the project
Excellent

Entire project is complete, nothing left blank. Very neat, legible.
Oral presentation
20 %
Poor

student does not know any details to say about the country. Does not speak clearly or loud enough for others to hear to report. Not prepared for presentation
Fair

student could be heard some, yet was hard to understand. Did not know material well enough to present orally. Not prepared
Good

student speaks clearly, knows facts, misses some important facts, but generally presents the country in a clear voice, with knowledge.
Excellent

Quite clear in presentation, knows all the facts, practice is evident and the student does a fabulous job presenting the country report.
Behavior as audience
20 %
Poor

Student does not listen to classmates presentation, interrupts, does not learn from others due to inattetion.
Fair

student listens somewhat to others, yet is more focused on other things and doesn't pay attention to his/her classmates the entire time
Good

Student pays attention most of the time during classmates presentations. Is able to repeat back some of the facts.
Excellent

Outstanding listener. Might even ask questions about facts not presented which indicates a clear understanding of what was presented
Learned something
20 %
Poor

student can not repeat back any fact presented either from own project or from fellow classmate's reports.
Fair

student remembers a few details of his/her country and can state a fact or two about other student's countries.
Good

student has clear recall about his/her own country and can recite back at least 3-5 facts about each of the other countries
Excellent

Student can ask questions, recite facts, knows what was presented in a clear precise manner from other students. Solid listener and good memory.



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