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1 rubric Living Wax Museum/Biography Project       popup preview  
This rubric will be used to evaluate your writing preparation process, speech, and the costume used in the Living Wax Museum.

Grade levels:   K-5  
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2 rubric Student Road Trip Project       popup preview  
1. Your group will be taking a 7 day, 6 night round trip to a chosen destination in North America. 2. You must choose at least 4 points of interest you'd like to visit during your trip. You will research each point and write about them in your journals. 3. Your entire group will have a budget of $7,000. This budget includes all expenses (gas, food, lodging, shopping, entrance fees to parks, incidentals,etc.)

Grade levels:   K-5  
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3 rubric Cereal Box and presentation rubric for Ancient India       popup preview  
The student groups will create a cereal box to show their knowledge of Ancient India, in addition, they will conduct an oral presentation. The cereal box will contain information that the students had collected regarding Ancient Indian geography, religion, civilization, or so forth. The group presentation must be aligned with the cereal box.

Grade levels:   6-8  
aherronspn
4 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  
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5 rubric Jazz Age Project       popup preview  
Build a 3-part presentation that best represents the Jazz Age to you. Include a Jazz song, a piece of art, and a piece of literature.

Grade levels:   6-8  
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6 rubric 6th Geo: Unit 1 Performance Assessment       popup preview  
Used to assess a culminating task for the 5 themes of Geography and tools of geography. Students are tasked with creating a travel brochure for any location they choose, following the rubric guidelines.

Grade levels:   6-8  
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7 rubric Stone Age Tool       popup preview  
SWBAT create a stone tool that mimics one created during the Stone Age.

Grade levels:   6-8  
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8 rubric Performance Assessment: Unit 1: Prayer presentation       popup preview  
SWBAT explain the role, purpose, and uses of different forms of prayer, including an ability to create examples of each.

Grade levels:   6-8  
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9 rubric Mesopotamia Summative       popup preview  
Was Ancient Mesopotamia a Civilization? Your group's task is to create a website answering this question with claims and evidence to support it. Each of the 7 aspects of a civilization must have a photograph that represents an artifact from Ancient Mesopotamia which serves as your evidence. This photograph will link to another page which will represent your claim in paragraph form explaining why this evidence supports that aspect of civilization.

Grade levels:   6-8  
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10 rubric Artist Inspired Self Portrait       popup preview  
Select a painting/artists from the list. Select a medium and get teacher"s approval. Create a preliminary sketch and create your own artist inspired self portrait. Write an artist's statement about your work that explains your process, color choice, defined shapes and feature and reflects on your opinion on your artist's style.

Grade levels:   6-8   Undergrad  
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11 rubric Non-Profit Project FINAL PRESENTATION       popup preview  
This is a rubric for the presentation about a non-profit that the students created.

Grade levels:   6-8  
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12 rubric Great American Mail Race Friendly Letter Writing       popup preview  
Write a friendly letter of introduction to a student in another state. Remember to correctly use and punctuate all the parts of the friendly letter.

Grade levels:   6-8  
aherronspn
13 rubric 6th Grade Performance Assessment: Unit 5       popup preview  
SWBAT analyze the political and cultural advancements of Roman civilization and its impact on the modern world.

Grade levels:   6-8  
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14 rubric Color Wheel Project Rubric       popup preview  
After a review of the color wheel by the teacher, the student will create a creative color wheel incorporating all of the colors of the color wheel on in the proper order. The student will correctly mix and paint the correct colors on the color wheel in the correct position while creating an interesting composition.

Grade levels:   6-8  
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15 rubric Scholastic Entry       popup preview  
Student will demonstrate knowledge of the seven elements and principles of art by creating a 2-D piece of artwork a knowledge of basic composition.

Grade levels:   6-8  
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16 rubric Ancient Egypt Advertisement       popup preview  
Using the information you know about ancient Egyptian culture, choose a modern invention that is influenced by Ancient Egypt and create an advertisement for the product.

Grade levels:   6-8  
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17 rubric 8th Grade: Unit 1 Performance Assessment       popup preview  
In written or graphic form, design a government.

Grade levels:   6-8  
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18 rubric 7th Religion: Unit 1 Performance Assessment       popup preview  
You are a 7th grade religion teacher in charge of writing 4 prayers for Thursdays Mass. Create and Label one prayer in 4 of the 5 styles that could be used for the weekly Mass using what you already know about the 5 prayer types. Each prayer should be between 7-10 lines long and reflect daily needs of yourself or others.

Grade levels:   6-8  
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19 rubric 6th SS: Unit 1 Performance Assessment       popup preview  
You are an archaeologist working for the Archaeological Findings Association. You have just discovered evidence of an ancient civilization in South America that existed centuries ago. Draw a map of the civilization and label where your key findings were discovered. On the back, write 2-3 sentences that describe why each artifact proves this civilization existed. Your map should include all of the identifying factors of early civilizations.

Grade levels:   6-8  
aherronspn
20 rubric Sensory Geography Map       popup preview  
Students will create a map of the school that corresponds with various elements of the school such as smell, objects in rooms, and textures.

Grade levels:   6-8  
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