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1 rubric Music (Board) Game       popup preview  
Create an original game incorporating the performance, historical and interpretive elements of your assigned song. You must create a rules page that describes how to play the game in detail. The game board needs to be creative, with a game name, and all of the materials to play the game must be included. Fact and game cards must be typed. Your game board must be complete and ready for play-testing Wednesday, Mar 13th.

Grade levels:   9-12  
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2 rubric listening logs       popup preview  
Big Ideas 1) The nuances of musical expression are understood through deeper study and performance 2) music connects people to each other

Grade levels:   6-8   9-12  
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3 rubric Parody       popup preview  
Presentation of parody of a song

Grade levels:   6-8   9-12  
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4 rubric Solo Singing Performances/Class Voice I       popup preview  
Rubric for vocal performance in class with only music or a cappella (no vocal tracks).

Grade levels:   6-8   Undergrad  
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5 rubric Karaoke Performance       popup preview  
Student Rubric for Evaluating Choir Performance

Grade levels:   6-8  
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6 rubric Lip Sync       popup preview  
Group Lip Sync

Grade levels:   9-12   Undergrad  
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7 rubric Lip Sync       popup preview  
Gr. 8 Lip Sync fun times!

Grade levels:   6-8  
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8 rubric Arrangement Summative       popup preview  
Students are to write an arrangement of the piece that had been transcribed in quarter 2 for two or more other people in their class. Pieces must be at a playable level, written in the correct range for the instruments and transposed correctly. Attention to balance in part writing must be given to have a successful performance.

Grade levels:   9-12  
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9 rubric Transcription Project: Notating       popup preview  
Big Ideas: The nuances of musical expression are understood through deeper study Critical Thinkers analyze, critique and develop ideas Personal awareness and responsiblity are developed through independent project based learning

Grade levels:   9-12  
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10 rubric Choose your own musical adventure       popup preview  
As soloists, in duets, trios or other approved formations, take a piece of pop/jazz/classical/folk (or other approved) music, transcribe it if necessary for your chosen instrumentation, learn it and perform it for the class.

Grade levels:   6-8   9-12  
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11 rubric 4th/5th Grade Keynote Presentation about the Four Seasons       popup preview  
How do you understand Vivaldi's music 'the Four Seasons' when put into words? Are four of your favourite nouns and adjectives translated into French?

Grade levels:   K-5  
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12 rubric Folk Music teaching and performing       popup preview  
This rubric is for a class project where students will, in groups, teach a folk song from their heritage to the band class.

Grade levels:   6-8  
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13 rubric Immigration to Canada Map and display Rubric       popup preview  

Grade levels:   9-12  
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14 rubric Travel Brochure - Visitors to Canada       popup preview  
Students will design a travel brochure for the immigrants travelling to from 1867-1905 Canada.

Grade levels:   9-12  
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15 rubric Travel Brochure - Visitors to Canada       popup preview  
Students will design a travel brochure for the immigrants travelling to from 1867-1905 Canada.

Grade levels:   9-12  
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16 rubric Newspaper Article for SS 10 immigration unit       popup preview  
Pretend you are a reporter from Europe stationed in the West in 1902. Write a full spread article describing the farmlands, a Prairie town, a First People's Reserve, a NWMP fort, a fur trading fort and the CPR. Include answers to the questions; who, what, where, when, why and how. In addition, your article must have a headline and illustration with a caption. One - Three pictures with captions as well as the newspaper name and the date of publication are also required.

Grade levels:   9-12  
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17 rubric 'selling' a Riel Day       popup preview  
summative rubric for 'sales pitch' for Riel (or Metis) Day for jurors, sheriff and clerk in Louis Riel trial

Grade levels:   9-12  
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