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Attitude and Behavior
This rubric assesses students' attitude and behavior at home
Capturing Kids Hearts
This amazing program outlines a process staff can use to help build meaningful connections with students. The goal is to capture kids’ hearts in order to capture their minds.
Westward Expansion Peer Review
This rubric is to allow students to rate each other's performance throughout the time when they worked as a group.
WRITING A NEWSPAPER ARTICLE
This rubric is to be used to assess a student's knowledge of westward expansion
Create a board game that utilizes all of the Westward Expansion and Oregon Trail research. You must create a rules page (how to play the game) that describes how to play and each detail of the game. The game board needs to be creative, with a game name, and all of the materials to play the game must be included. Fact cards (about the Westward expansion) must be printed by hand or typed, as well as other card piles you create.
Westward Expansion Advertisement
Advertisement poster created on paper provided by teacher. Must include authentic Westward Movement ideas to convince immigrants to travel west. Social Studies book is an excellent reference. Include a works cited page.
Westward Expansion Poster
Westward Expansion Building Project
Students must build a "farm" on their plot of land they were given from the Oregon Claims Act. The structure can be no bigger than a 11X15 base and include vital elements to living on a farm. Must include a works cited and a 1 page paper giving a detailed description of all elements of the farm.
Westward Expansion ABC book
Students create an ABC book using elements from the Westward Expansion. These can be presented on paper or creation of a slide show. Use all 26 letters of the alphabet for full points. Include all websites used in a works cited page.
Westward Movement Flyer
Students are to make a propaganda flyer or poster that would entice a person in the mid-1800's to move westward. Posters are to include a slogan, facts and a picture.
Westward Movement Comic Strip
Make a comic strip modeling Westward Movement of a family in the mid 1800's. Comic strips are to include written elements (such as factual thought bubbles, headings, dialogue), facts and a minimum of 20 frames of time appropriate drawings. Also include a works cited for any web information used.
Group/Partner Expectation Rubric
Below is a chart that shows you exactly how your behavior in a group will be graded. All students are expected to participate in their group! Students should understand that their participation mark begins at 0 and then is built up through active participation.
Newspaper Biography poster rubric
culminating activity to biographies
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Biography Book Report Trading Card
Students are required to read a biography about a person of their choice. They are then to create a trading card to summarize the book. Paragraphs will be completed in school.
Biography PowerPoint Slides
Fakebook Biography Project
A fake Facebook page for a person the students read about in a biography.
Following their script and storyboard, the students will create a 2-4 minute digital biography based on the life of a famous American.
Biography Stamp Book Report-4th grade
This rubric will assist in assessing a nonfiction report on a biography. The students will read and choose a selected book on a person. They are then to complete a final presentation which will include designing a commemorative stamp and a 1 page summary of the person chosen for the book report and written work about the book. In addition, they will be presenting this presentation orally.
5th Grade Independent Reading Logs
Paragraph Writing-5th Grade
Students wrote a paragraph on a given topic.
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