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1 rubric Hoodie evaluation       popup preview  
May be with or without a hood, pockets or zipper.

Grade levels:   9-12  
Philly89
2 rubric PC Assembly Rubric       popup preview  
This assessment is used to grade students on their ability to properly perform the various tasks involved in disassembling, assembling, and setting up a PC for use.

Grade levels:   9-12  
ddickersonmk
3 rubric Class Flag       popup preview  
Create a flag for your classroom. Include a symbol that stands for something special about your class.

Grade levels:   K-5  
KarenWolfe
4 rubric Identify and Explain Author's Purpose       popup preview  
Students will identify the 3 types of author's purpose from various materials and explain why that text fits the author's purpose they chose

Grade levels:   K-5  
Teach2nd
5 rubric IL RISTORANTE ITALIANO       popup preview  
You are creating a restaurant menu in italian. You must give your restaurant a name (in Italian) create the menu entirely in Italian.

Grade levels:   9-12  
llongano
6 rubric Google Slides Rubric       popup preview  
This rubric is meant to help guide in the creation of your Google Slide presentation project. Each category in the far left column represents a component of the project that will be taken into consideration when calculating the final grade for this assignment. Review the rubric carefully before, during and after the creation of the Google Slide presentation, to ensure that all intended elements of your Google Slide have been represented and all other criteria have been met.

Grade levels:   6-8  
monford
7 rubric Distributive Property 2 Problem Task       popup preview  
Using models to demonstrate the distributive property

Grade levels:   6-8  
tkutz9
8 rubric Final Project on Alternative Energy       popup preview  
Select an area of Alternative Energy that interests you the most. Create a project intended to inform consumers about the benefits of the alternative energy and to sell them on the idea of switching from conventional energy to alternative energy.

Grade levels:   9-12  
cwallace45
9 rubric Poster and Research Rubric       popup preview  
The students will put together a poster for display. The poster will contain information about how and why Franklin Township has changed over time. The poster will also contain a timeline showing 3-4 key events in the history of Franklin Township. The poster will also include the interview of a township resident. The poster will be creative and eye catching. The poster will also include the student's name on the front and resource page attached.

Grade levels:   K-5   Undergrad  
ericatse1
10 rubric Pop Up Store Business Plan - Presentation Rubric       popup preview  
Students develop a business plan for a retail or product or service business that they are personally interested in starting. Each student will be responsible for all portions of the comprehensive plan that covers everything, including all 8 questions of the plan and a sketch/drawing of the interior and exterior.

Grade levels:   9-12  
mjscandura
11 rubric Shoebox Diorama       popup preview  
Texas Revolution Diorama

Grade levels:  
Drhone1984
12 rubric LAND BIOME PROJECT RUBRIC       popup preview  
Students are to thoroughly discuss biome characteristics: climate, flora/fauna, geographic location, weather patterns, biome importance to the global system.

Grade levels:   K-5   9-12  
mshook12
13 rubric California Indians Slide Show       popup preview  
Third Grade- Students research and create a slide show over their indian tribe.

Grade levels:   K-5  
kimvalladares
14 rubric Native Americans       popup preview  
Students are to create a power point presentation of at least 9 slides (excluding introductory, reference and concluding page) that discusses your team’s Native American Tribes. Slides are to include accurate information and pictures. Students must present information & power point presentation to the class. Information must be in depth; student will give appropriate credit to where information was gathered - NO PLAGIARISM. Must be STUDENT ORIGINAL. References must be listed in bibliography format on the reference slide. The power point should have speaker notes that correlate to the written work submitted.

Grade levels:   9-12  
kimvalladares
15 rubric Workout Guide Data       popup preview  
Students will be required to write their own 3 week workout plan. They will be required to include each element discussed in class including, muscular strength/muscular endurance (either or), Cardiorespiratory endurance and flexibility. Also students will include pictures of each exercise and include pictures of primary and secondary muscle groups. Next a graph showing all HR reading taken in class for the last 3 months. Finally they will develop a measurement tracker sheet.

Grade levels:   9-12  
hendu148
16 rubric Faulty Logic Slide Show       popup preview  
Present a slide show with 10 different slides (+ title slide). Each slide should depict a print advertisement which uses faulty logic and the type of faulty logic will be explained on that slide or a separate one.

Grade levels:   9-12  
hnadeau
17 rubric Electronics Lab Project & Video Report       popup preview  
This is for your assessment of your electronics lab project, including the summary video report.

Grade levels:   6-8  
jtakach
18 rubric Science Animal Group Project - Grade 1       popup preview  
First grade had to create one (1) animal from a group that was assigned during class, and tell me all about it. The animal should be placed in a model of its natural surrounding/habitat (where it lives or can be naturally found). The student should tell me all about the animal, including the group that it’s in, the food that it eats, where it lives, and any interesting facts that he/she wants to share with the class.

Grade levels:   K-5  
denjobrune
19 rubric Plant Life Cycles       popup preview  
Compare the moss and fern life cycles.

Grade levels:   K-5  
maxine907
20 rubric Board/Card Game Design and Construction       popup preview  
Rubric for game building process.

Grade levels:   K-5   9-12  
terihammon

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