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1 rubric Bible Character Sketch       popup preview  
Students are to pick one character from the Bible (NOT Jesus!), and do a multi-media presentation on them.

Grade levels:   9-12  
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2 rubric Art Project       popup preview  
Students are to create their own piece of art on the supplied topic. They are to present it to the class, explain the medium they used, and the theology behind what they did.

Grade levels:   9-12  
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3 rubric Art Appreciation Project       popup preview  
Students are to find 5 pieces of art on the supplied topic, and research them. They are to explain to the class who the artist is, when it was created, the medium, what artist is trying to depict, and what emotions they are trying to elicit. They should also say if it is theologically correct or not.

Grade levels:   9-12  
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4 rubric Pauline Letter Presentation       popup preview  
Each class will be broken down into groups of 2-3 students, and each group will be assigned one of St. Paul's New Testament letters. They are to make a presentation stating which category the letter fits into, summarizing each portion of the letter format, answering 5 questions (provided) and creating two quiz questions.

Grade levels:   9-12  
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5 rubric Current Events Lesson Plan       popup preview  
Students are to present to the class a lesson on the assigned topic in a 20-22 minute presentation.

Grade levels:   9-12  
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6 rubric Beatitudes Presentation       popup preview  
Students are to do a 5-10 minute presentation on a modern person who exemplifies the Beatitudes. You should be able to link them to at least 4, & they should not live in contrast to any. Students are free to use any method they wish for the presentation; the more creative, the higher the grade. If you use a video clip, it should not be more than 1/2 of your time (unless you made the video). You are also to hand in a typed paper with a one-paragraph summery of why you picked them.

Grade levels:   9-12  
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7 rubric Social Media Project       popup preview  
Students are to use social media as a way to communicate to people the idea about the assigned theme. Some acceptable forms of could be: a blog, FaceBook, Twitter, or Instagram. Pages should be fake. Students can use a poster board and design what the page would look like. The only exception would be to design a page on the computer without it being published to the web, or publishes the page as a private page, where nobody can see or comment on it.

Grade levels:   9-12  
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8 rubric Industrial Revolution Presentation       popup preview  
Students are to present to the class a lesson on the assigned Industrial Revolution topic in a 5-10 minute presentation. Students are free to use any method they wish for the presentation. Some examples are: Power Point presentation, SMART Board Presentation, Prezi, etc... Students are also required to make a 10 question quiz on their presentation for the rest of the class to take.

Grade levels:   9-12  
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9 rubric Beatitudes Article Project       popup preview  
Students are to find 8 different articles; one on each of the Beatitudes. They are then to: 1) Summarize it 2) Write how it applies to the Beatitude 3) Write what lesson we can learn from the article. Articles can be either cut out of a paper, printed out, or you may email/Google Doc share the links to the article.

Grade levels:   9-12  
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10 rubric Senior Service Project       popup preview  
Students are to complete a minimum of 3 service projects; totaling 20 hours. In their Journal they are to include a Service Contract, Supervisor Form, written reflection, and two artifacts from each Project.

Grade levels:   9-12  
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11 rubric Junior Service Project       popup preview  
Students are to complete at least 3 service projects, totaling 15 hours. In their Journal they are to include a Service Contract, Supervisor Form, written reflection, and two artifacts from each Project.

Grade levels:   9-12  
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12 rubric Sophomore Service Project       popup preview  
Students are to complete a minimum of 3 service projects. They are to total at least 10 hours of service. In their Journal they are to include a Service Contract, Supervisor Form, written reflection, and two artifacts from each Project.

Grade levels:   9-12  
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13 rubric Freshman Service Project       popup preview  
Students are to make a Service Journal and complete 5 hours of service. In the Journal they are to include a Service Contract, Supervisor Form, written reflection, and two artifacts from the Project.

Grade levels:   9-12  
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14 rubric Create a Nation       popup preview  
Students will create their own nation with a Constitution and some creative element describing your nation.

Grade levels:   9-12  
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15 rubric 10 Commandments Article Project       popup preview  
Students are to find 10 different, recent articles; one on each of the Commandments. They are then to: 1) Summarize it 2) Write how it applies to the commandment 3) Write if the commandment is being kept or broken 4) Write what lesson we can learn from the article.

Grade levels:   9-12  
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16 rubric World War I Post Card Project       popup preview  
Pick four different battles from World War I. For each battle, pick a country that fought in that battle (must pick four different countries); two from the Allied Powers (not including the U.S.), and two from the Central Powers. Pretending you are a soldier there, write a post card home from each battle. Remember, post cards are brief! Describe where you are. What is the battle like? What do you see? What do you experience? Find an image that illustrates a main feature of that battle for the front of the post card. For example, a battle that took place in the middle of a harsh winter could use a snow scene. Post cards should be actual size (do not use a large poster board). Make a mobile with all the post cards. Make a Power Point showing the front and back of the post card in a larger size (for the class to see), and one slide showing how the experiences were similar, and another slide showing how the experiences were different.

Grade levels:   9-12  
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17 rubric Current Events Presentation       popup preview  
Students are to present to the class a lesson on the assigned topic in a 20-22 minute presentation. Students are free to use any method they wish for the presentation. Video clips can not count for more than 6 minutes, and must be on important stories.

Grade levels:   9-12  
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18 rubric Video Project       popup preview  
Students are to produce a 3-5 minute video based on the assigned topic. Students may work in a group of up to 6 girls, and may work with students who have the same class, but at a different period of the day. Students must hand in a paper listing everyone involved in the video and the title of the video.

Grade levels:   9-12  
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19 rubric Class Presentation       popup preview  
Students are to present to the class a lesson on the assigned topic in a 5-10 minute presentation. Students are free to use any method they wish for the presentation, but the more creative, the higher the grade will be. Some examples are: Power Point presentation, SMART Board Presentation, video interview, etc... Students are also to hand in a paper with their name and a one-paragraph summery of their presentation.

Grade levels:   9-12  
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20 rubric Modern Martyr/Missionary Presentation       popup preview  
Students are to do a presentation on a modern (within their lifetime) Christian martyr or missionary (individual or group) and give a 5-10 minute presentation on them. Students are free to use any method they wish for the presentation (PowerPoint, Prezi, video interview, SMARTBoard...), but the more creative, the higher the grade. Students are also to hand in a paper with their name, the name of the person(s) picked, and a one-paragraph summary of why they picked them.

Grade levels:   9-12  
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