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1 rubric November Book Review: Burger Book Rpt.(Plot Elements) Rubric       popup preview  
Objective: Writing about the story elements of a chosen book (characters, setting, plot, etc.).

Grade levels:   6-8  
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2 rubric October Book Review: Current Events Comparison       popup preview  

Grade levels:   6-8  
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3 rubric Current Events       popup preview  
You will receive a mark out of 24. 16 marks are based on your presentation. 4 marks are for your write-up, summarizing the article. 4 marks are for spelling and grammar.

Grade levels:   6-8  
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4 rubric September Book Review and Character Analysis       popup preview  
Students will provide an Oral report to the class via Flipgrid about their book analysis.

Grade levels:   6-8  
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5 rubric The Outsiders Novel Review Performance Task       popup preview  
Students will create a newspaper dealing with the world and events of their novel.

Grade levels:   6-8  
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6 rubric Literary Novel Review       popup preview  
The Outsiders

Grade levels:   6-8  
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7 rubric May BoM "Bookmark"       popup preview  
After looking over the online resources provided by Mrs. Hirsch, Library Media Specialist, or visiting your local library (in-person or online) for your last book-of the-month independent novel. You will create a customized, illustrated bookmark including drawings (at least 2) and words (at least 2) from either your favorite chapter or the entire book. Grades will be given according to the attached rubric.

Grade levels:   6-8  
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8 rubric Plot/Theme Rubric       popup preview  
The project will contain relevant information directly related to finding explicit information, inferences (conclusions), plot elements, and theme.

Grade levels:   6-8  
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9 rubric Descriptive Setting Rubric       popup preview  
for "The Outsiders" Setting Choice Board Project #2

Grade levels:   6-8  
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10 rubric Character Development       popup preview  
Described by appearance, personality, character traits, and behavior. Includes possible outcomes.

Grade levels:   6-8  
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11 rubric Character Development w/ Reactions and Motivation       popup preview  
described by appearance, personality, character traits, and behavior.

Grade levels:   6-8  
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12 rubric Plot-Character Development       popup preview  
described by appearance, personality, character traits, and behavior.

Grade levels:   K-5  
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13 rubric March BoM "Fact Sheet"       popup preview  
After looking over the online resources provided by Mrs. Hirsch, Library Media Specialist, or visiting your local library (in-person or online) create a list of ten facts that you learned from reading the book. Write your facts in complete sentences, and be sure that each fact is something that you didn’t know before you read the book. Grades will be given according to the attached rubric.

Grade levels:   6-8  
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14 rubric Black History Month Biographies       popup preview  
For Black History Month, the student is to read a biography about an African American, and then write and present a biography poster on this important historical figure. This biography includes information about the person's life, what led them to their chosen career or purpose, what contributions they made to society, interesting or unique facts about the person, and the student's own reflections about the impact that the person and their contributions have on modern times.

Grade levels:   6-8  
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15 rubric February BoM "Character Reading List"       popup preview  
Think about a character in your book. What kinds of books might that character like to read? After looking over the online resources provided by Mrs. Hirsch and visiting your local library (in-person or online) choose five books the character might have on their to-be-read list. List the books and explain what each book might mean to the character. There’s nothing like trying out a book character’s style when developing your own identity. Grades will be given according to the attached rubric.

Grade levels:   6-8  
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