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1 rubric Narrative       popup preview  
Write a narrative using a Story Starter visual prompt. Students will be assessed on the narrative structure, audience, ideas, character and setting, vocabulary, paragraphing, sentence structure, punctuation, spelling and cohesion. This criteria are based on NAPLAN marking criteria for a narrative assessment.

Grade levels:   6-8  
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2 rubric Pre-Reading Research for Abir       popup preview  
Before reading an excerpt from Apeirogon, students will be asked to engage in mini-research projects in order to provide a background for the conflicts present in the novel.

Grade levels:   9-12  
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3 rubric Dr. Jekyll: A Study of Mr. Hyde Storyboard Analysis       popup preview  
In order to understand The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, it is imperative to understand Edward Jekyll and what motivates him. Using this storyboard, you will explore why Dr. Jekyll makes the decisions that leads him to his final act of death.

Grade levels:   9-12  
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4 rubric Beowulf Storyboard Analysis       popup preview  
In order to analyze Beowulf, you are being asked to create a storyboard. Each storyboard must have an introductory cell that has your name and topic, a minimum of five textual cells and a maximum of ten, each cell must accurately reflect the text, quotations/excerpts must be used in the cells, a brief summary must be provided for each cell and each entry should employ correct language, grammar and punctuation.

Grade levels:   9-12  
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5 rubric Creative Writing Book       popup preview  
This rubric will provide the criteria for assessing your creative writing book of original work.

Grade levels:   6-8   9-12  
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6 rubric The Last Lecture Essay       popup preview  
Students will choose ONE quote from The Last Lecture as inspiration and write an essay, speech or letter to the incoming freshmen class. In this writing, you must allude to the quote and, using an experience from your own life, narrate an event that could serve as your “last lecture” to help those who are coming after you.

Grade levels:   9-12  
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7 rubric 5-Power Writing Rubric--Inspirational Person Essay       popup preview  
Students will demonstrate their knowledge of paragraph organization by writing a 5-paragraph essay utilizing the writing process of planning, organizing, writing, evaluating and revising. Specifically, students will write about people who inspire them

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8 rubric Levels of Reading Night       popup preview  
This activity asks students to analyze an important word from the memoir Night. They will define the word, provide illustrations for how the word is used in the memoir, and create two thematic statement that have a connection to the word they chose.

Grade levels:   9-12  
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9 rubric Stephen King Storyboard Analysis       popup preview  
In order to analyze the decisions made by Stephen King, you are being asked to create a storyboard. Each storyboard must have an introductory cell that has your name and topic, a minimum of five textual cells and a maximum of ten, each cell must accurately reflect the text, quotations/excerpts must be used in the cells, a brief summary must be provided for each cell and each entry should employ correct language, grammar and punctuation.

Grade levels:   9-12  
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10 rubric Beowulf: An Epic in Text Messages       popup preview  
Part A: Students work in pairs to do a close reading of a section of Seamus Heaney's Beowulf, then create a text message string between two characters in modern language, while maintaining the theme and overall development of the poem. Part B: After the teacher organizes the text messages, students present their section to the class, resulting in "Beowulf: An Epic in Text Messages." Students take notes on the presentations and use these notes to write the summary (another rubric).

Grade levels:   9-12  
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11 rubric The Stand Storyboard Analysis       popup preview  
In order to analyze the decisions made by Stephen King, you are being asked to create a storyboard. Each storyboard must have an introductory cell that has your name and topic, a minimum of five textual cells and a maximum of ten, each cell must accurately reflect the text, quotations/excerpts must be used in the cells, analysis must be provided for each cell and each entry should employ correct language, grammar and punctuation.

Grade levels:   9-12  
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12 rubric From One Genre to Another       popup preview  
Based on our studies of original works and the way they have been re-imagined in different genres, you will now choose your own "texts" and compete an analytical project that informs and explains similarities, differences and their impact.

Grade levels:   9-12  
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13 rubric 1984 Storybaord Assessment       popup preview  
In order to reflect on the events of 1984, you are being asked to create a storyboard. You will be able to choose a purpose for your storyboard. Each storyboard must have an introductory cell that has your name and topic, a minimum of five textual cells and a maximum of ten, each cell must accurately reflect the text, quotations/excerpts must be used in the cells, analysis must be provided for each cell and each entry should employ correct language, grammar and punctuation.

Grade levels:   9-12  
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14 rubric Narrative from Photograph       popup preview  
This rubric provides a foundation for discussing and evaluating your original work.

Grade levels:   9-12  
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15 rubric Narrative from Painting       popup preview  
This rubric provides a foundation for discussing and evaluating your original work.

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16 rubric Novel Study Project       popup preview  
Students will choose and construct a creative representation of their novel from the choices provided.

Grade levels:   9-12  
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17 rubric Mood in Narrative (Apeirogon)       popup preview  
After reading and analyzing Cantos 139, 140 and 141 from Colum McCann's novel Apeirogon, students will engage in a story exchange based on the model created by Narrative 4. After the exchange, students will either revise their own narrative or their partner's with an emphasis on mood.

Grade levels:   9-12  
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18 rubric Levels of Learning in Eli the Good       popup preview  
This activity asks students to analyze the characters of major characters. Students will review character analysis notes they have taken and then choose one word that best describes that individual. They will then choose three scenes that support the description and then make an assertion about the character.

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19 rubric Power of Language       popup preview  
In this project, students will research an individual whose words were able to make a noticeable difference in the time in which they lived.

Grade levels:   9-12  
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20 rubric Levels of Learning The Only Alien on the Planet       popup preview  
This activity asks students to analyze a character from The Only Alien on the Planet. After reading the novel, students will choose an adjective that best describes the character, provide four pieces of textual evidence and make an assertion about the individual in a paragraph.

Grade levels:   9-12  
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