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1 rubric Les talk-shows       popup preview  
Create a talk show and make 10 interview questions for the main character in the show. Ask a classmate to be the talk show host and you can be the main character and answer the questions since you know them the best.

Grade levels:   6-8   9-12  
MMeuly33
2 rubric Book Report C.D./Soundtrack       popup preview  
Make a CD/Soundtrack with ten songs for the book with an explanation for each song choice. You will need to create a CD cover and inside your CD book you should have an explanation for each song that you choose, which should be approximately five to six sentences in length, discussing how it fits the book. These explanations should be where the lyrics would normally be in a CD insert. Each typed explanation should also discuss how the song is related to one of the literary elements of the book such as theme, character, and situations that the book explored. You might also include one line from the book, linking your artistic choice with your explanation, in each of your paragraphs. The cover can be a photograph, digital art, drawing, or collage. It must be original work.

Grade levels:   9-12  
micsamps
3 rubric Rubric for All Creative Art Assignments       popup preview  
Art projects without a specific rubric or other assessment criteria will be evaluated and graded using the following rubric.

Grade levels:  
sjoland
4 rubric Rubric for All Creative Art Assignments       popup preview  
Art projects without a specific rubric or other assessment criteria will be evaluated and graded using the following rubric.

Grade levels:  
sjoland
5 rubric Social Studies Country Project       popup preview  
Students were to complete a country report in a booklet form. Each page asks for one fact and a picture. Booklet should be 8-10 pages in length.

Grade levels:   K-5  
Natarsha
6 rubric Interior Design--Floor plan - Kitchens       popup preview  
Kitchen design plan

Grade levels:   9-12  
Cornedutoit
7 rubric Water Cycle Google Slides       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  
teacherhaley1
8 rubric Lightning Thief Final Project       popup preview  

Grade levels:   6-8  
rebkamcb
9 rubric GEOGRAPHY- Country Research Project       popup preview  
Out of 30 Points - Become the class expert on the cultural geography of your country and create a thoughtful and concise project.

Grade levels:  
margieroth
10 rubric Chemistry Video Project       popup preview  
Create a 3-8 minutes video that teaches a chemistry topic of your choice. Your video can be a music video, play, claymation, animation, TV show, or another style. The video must be professional and focus on teaching content in a fun/imaginative fashion rather than a lecture format.

Grade levels:   9-12  
juliegeary
11 rubric Prayer Writing       popup preview  
Students will write a prayer that includes all types of prayer as taught to us in The Lord's Prayer.

Grade levels:   K-5   6-8  
josepascua
12 rubric Stop Motion Animation       popup preview  
The student will create a short clip using Stop Motion techniques. That movie will be eligible to participate in the Stop Motion Awards 3 ceremony where some judges will choose the best videos. Stop motion (also known as stop frame) is an animation technique to make a physically manipulated object appear to move on its own. The object is moved in small increments between individually photographed frames, creating the illusion of movement when the series of frames is played as a continuous sequence. Dolls with movable joints or clay figures are often used in stop motion for their ease of repositioning. Stop motion animation using plasticine is called clay animation or "clay mation" and there are some other techniques.

Grade levels:   6-8  
afurey
13 rubric Stop Motion Animation       popup preview  
The student will create a short clip using Stop Motion techniques. That movie will be eligible to participate in the Stop Motion Awards 3 ceremony where some judges will choose the best videos. Stop motion (also known as stop frame) is an animation technique to make a physically manipulated object appear to move on its own. The object is moved in small increments between individually photographed frames, creating the illusion of movement when the series of frames is played as a continuous sequence. Dolls with movable joints or clay figures are often used in stop motion for their ease of repositioning. Stop motion animation using plasticine is called clay animation or "clay mation" and there are some other techniques.

Grade levels:   6-8  
afurey
14 rubric Salon Business Plan Grading Rubric       popup preview  
Salon Business Plan Project

Grade levels:   9-12  
jenfoster
15 rubric The Four Seasons Evaluation       popup preview  
This rubric will be used to grade each project. Please use as best as you can.

Grade levels:   K-5  
alexiatorres
16 rubric Endangered Animal Poster       popup preview  
You will complete an organizer with relevant and important information about an endangered animal. You should record enough information to create a poster informing your peers about the endangered animal and what they can do to help the animal.

Grade levels:   K-5   6-8  
MissB8771
17 rubric 16 Measure Melody Composition       popup preview  

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Staccas
18 rubric Food Groups       popup preview  
Students need to learn what foods are in each food group and why we need to eat a variety of food groups. The students may struggle with understanding why we need to eat from a variety of groups because it is new to them. Students will embark on a webquest journey to find out more about food group.

Grade levels:   K-5  
MsSumpter
19 rubric Aboriginal Art Activity       popup preview  

Grade levels:   K-5   6-8  
Tia_Langston
20 rubric Graphing       popup preview  
Read and discuss the 3 problems in your groups. Construct a graph that best describes the problems, then analyze why the graph you chose is best for the problem given. Provide 2 reasons for choosing your graph on each problem. Produce a similar problem that can be graphed and then create a graph that appropriately represents your problem. Provide 2 reasons why you chose this graph as well. Make sure all graphs are labeled correctly and show your work. Once you are finished, make sure everyones name in your group is on your papers.

Grade levels:   K-5   6-8  
jaccygards

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