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1 rubric News Article       popup preview  
Write a news article about a local event for a student newspaper. Write a headline and a subhead. Begin with a strong lead. Answer the questions who, what, when, why (or how), and where in your article. Use at least 2 sources/quotes and include necessary stats. Sports articles must be 150 words, news articles 200 words. All stories must have art (photo or graphic).

Grade levels:   9-12  
algraves
2 rubric "Shark Tank" Presentation       popup preview  

Grade levels:   9-12  
lirons
3 rubric News Article       popup preview  
Write a news article about a local event for a student newspaper. Write a headline and a subhead. Begin with a strong lead. Answer the questions who, what, when, why (or how), and where in your article. Use at least 2 sources/quotes and include necessary stats. Sports articles must be 150 words, news articles 200 words. All stories must have art (photo or graphic).

Grade levels:   6-8  
paujulian
4 rubric News Article ELA final project       popup preview  
Write a news article about an event in a historical place, or a historical event. Write a headline and a sub-headline, hook, lead, byline. Begin with a strong lead. Answer the questions who, what, when, why (or how), and where in your article. Use at least 2 sources/quotes and include necessary stats and actual historical facts. 200 words. All stories must have art (photos or graphics 1-3).

Grade levels:   9-12  
classicreata
5 rubric Journalism Podcast Rubric       popup preview  
A rubric for the podcast Assignment

Grade levels:   Undergrad  
anacdm
6 rubric Pizza Rubric       popup preview  
General score sheet for pizza tasting/evaluation

Grade levels:   Grad  
Courtneymflemin
7 rubric "Shark Tank" Presentation       popup preview  
Students will create a business Students will they will present "Shark Tank" style as classmates choose to invest money in the businesses they believe will succeed the most.

Grade levels:   9-12  
erikanjones90
8 rubric Middle School Journalism Rubric       popup preview  

Grade levels:   6-8  
memcdermott
9 rubric Magazine Project       popup preview  
Create a magazine cover that looks like a real magazine. Choose the title of the publication. Then, be sure you include a title, photos, headline articles, dateline and follow a theme. Be creative and make the finished product look as professional as possible. Be aware of the marketability and audience appeal of your magazine.

Grade levels:   9-12  
janacrews75432
10 rubric Mood piece video project       popup preview  
Final video project for the Mood Piece for advanced production classes.

Grade levels:   9-12  
nataliehill78
11 rubric Magazine Project       popup preview  

Grade levels:   6-8  
kmitch10
12 rubric TV Interview       popup preview  
Evaluation of TV Interview

Grade levels:   9-12   Undergrad  
Ginars
13 rubric Yearbook Theme Presentation       popup preview  

Grade levels:   9-12   Undergrad  
davilg
14 rubric Mood piece video project       popup preview  
Final video project for the Mood Piece for advanced production classes.

Grade levels:   N/A
nataliehill78
15 rubric Broadcast News Video       popup preview  
Working in groups, create a television news broadcast video

Grade levels:   9-12  
richardsl88
16 rubric Photo Essay Rubric       popup preview  
Photo Essay with 10 Photos

Grade levels:   9-12  
dlc1987
17 rubric Media comparison paper       popup preview  

Grade levels:   Undergrad  
sabrynac77
18 rubric Magazine Cover Project       popup preview  
Create a magazine cover that looks like a real magazine. Choose the title of the publication. Then, be sure you include a title, photos, headline articles, dateline and follow a monthly theme. Be creative and make the finished product look as professional as possible. Be aware of the marketability and audience appeal of your magazine. Follow all your desktop publishing guidelines using InDesign and Photoshop. The final project must be an Indesign document.

Grade levels:   9-12  
shigh123
19 rubric Music instruments.       popup preview  

Grade levels:   6-8  
iWojtek
20 rubric Writing News Story       popup preview  
Journalism students will be able to write a thorough news article. Articles will demonstrate a clear understanding of the expected writing format for the school magazine with all expected elements.

Grade levels:   9-12  
dscfrazier

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