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1 rubric Editorial Article       popup preview  

Grade levels:   6-8  
dunfee22
2 rubric News Story Rubric       popup preview  
Beat Reporter

Grade levels:   Undergrad  
BfloJRN
3 rubric Notebook Entry Rubric       popup preview  
Notebook entries MUST be 4-6 sentences. If you are absent, write the word "absent" across the page for the date you missed. You will not need to make-up that entry. If your notebook is missing, 2 pts. (see scoring) will be deducted for each missing day. No exceptions. You will still need to complete your notes on a sheet of paper and staple it into your notebook. If you lose your notebook, you must purchase a replacement.

Grade levels:   K-5  
gratajczyk
4 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  
DanitzaLindaura
5 rubric News Article Final       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  
barbyager
6 rubric Journalism - Editorial Article Rubric       popup preview  

Grade levels:   9-12  
barbyager
7 rubric Pizza Rubric       popup preview  
General score sheet for pizza tasting/evaluation

Grade levels:   Grad  
marksh
8 rubric "Who wants be a millionaire?" Presentation rubric       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  
ladyshawn777
9 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  
valeady
10 rubric Employability/Job Skills Rubric Mini       popup preview  
Use to grade journalism profession skills that are performed during any given time period, for example, to grade performance after a deadline cycle.

Grade levels:   9-12  
resheeda5517
11 rubric Letter to the Editor (Grade 9)       popup preview  
Students choose an issue of concern and write a letter to the editor.

Grade levels:  
Johnzz
12 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  
umaglines
13 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  
umaglines
14 rubric Rubrica de evaluacion       popup preview  
Rubrica para evaluar la elaboración de un ensayo

Grade levels:   Undergrad  
PaolaJJ
15 rubric Yearbook Feature Article Rubric       popup preview  
Students will write a feature article for the yearbook based on an interview conducted with a student or staff member of SBA. Articles will demonstrate a clear understanding of the feature writing format and the ability to answer a question with supporting details. The article will be designed using conventions of newspapers.

Grade levels:   9-12  
jdavisteach
16 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  
mqureshi
17 rubric Photoshop I Grading Rubric       popup preview  
Photoshop skills assessment. Students will photoshop a photo they have taken following the guidelines for yearbook photography and write a detailed explanation of their actions.

Grade levels:   9-12   Undergrad  
ricejoan
18 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  
iolsen
19 rubric Shark Tank Pitch"       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  
Mskim38
20 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  
sujitra23

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