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1 rubric Inquiry Paper       popup preview  

Grade levels:   9-12  
penad1958
2 rubric The Sacraments of Solidarity Presentation       popup preview  
The presenter(s) will put together an electronic presentation to show during the oral presentation. The group's oral presentation must be aligned with the electronic presentation.

Grade levels:   6-8   9-12  
CFMatthews
3 rubric "Church as Community" Skits       popup preview  
Groups will perform skit about Church as Community from an assigned Scripture passage. Students must prepare a brief skit (3 minutes to 5 minutes) that include phrases and expressions related to assigned Scripture verse. While the skits are being performed, class members are to observe and listen.

Grade levels:   6-8   9-12  
CFMatthews
4 rubric Discussion Board Post       popup preview  
Rubric describes how students will be graded on Discussion Posts

Grade levels:   Undergrad  
chaseway
5 rubric Discussion Board Post       popup preview  
Rubric describes how students will be graded on Discussion Posts

Grade levels:   Undergrad  
jdoe818
6 rubric 10 Commandments       popup preview  
Oral Presentation Rubric

Grade levels:   6-8   Grad  
tasaro
7 rubric Points off       popup preview  
Standard

Grade levels:   9-12  
kscandora
8 rubric Digital Discipleship       popup preview  
Extra Credit Points

Grade levels:   9-12  
kscandora
9 rubric Modern Prophet Presentation       popup preview  
Students are to find someone (famous or not) who lived within their lifetime and has acted as a prophet. They must have a spiritual/religious basis for what they were saying and called people back to God. Students are to present to the class a 4-5 minute presentation using any method they wish for the presentation (Power Point presentation, SMART Board Presentation, video interview, etc...). If you use a YouTube video, it can not be more than 1/2 of your presentation.

Grade levels:   9-12  
PolselliA
10 rubric Exploring American Poverty Group Presentation       popup preview  

Grade levels:   9-12  
kscandora
11 rubric Self & Peer Evaluation:       popup preview  
general peer &Self evaluation form to use with group work. Have students mark themselves along with peers.

Grade levels:   9-12   Undergrad  
dihooper357
12 rubric Notebook in Philosophy       popup preview  
The philosophy class is much meaningful if the lessons are valued through note taking. So in order to emphasized philosophy in life, it must be studied through its lesson by lesson approach and to extract pure knowledge from students.

Grade levels:   9-12  
tataglenn
13 rubric Partner Prayer Service Rubric       popup preview  
This rubric is designed to assess the presentation of the group activity. The rubric should consider the performance of the group as a whole, as well as individual contributions.

Grade levels:  
SandyFlaherty
14 rubric Apologetics Response Letter       popup preview  

Grade levels:   9-12  
nikshannon
15 rubric Plato/Aristotle       popup preview  

Grade levels:   Undergrad  
JesperJorgensen
16 rubric Ethics: Position Paper #1       popup preview  
Opinion paper; select argument and prove; counter arguments

Grade levels:   Undergrad  
ProfJensen
17 rubric Bible Character Research Project       popup preview  
Student lead presentations on a particular character from the Bible

Grade levels:  
hutbro29
18 rubric Hebrew Bible Presentation Rubric       popup preview  
Student lead presentations on a particular character or theme from our survey course on the Hebrew Bible

Grade levels:   N/A
hutbro29
19 rubric Discussion and Poster - Intro to philosophy       popup preview  
The student will study Aquinas' first argument for God's existence and Rower's argument for atheism. The student will then explain both arguments to the class. The student will create a poster and show it to the class while presenting the arguments. This activity has two learning goals: 1) To identify and understand key notions in Aquinas's argument and in Rowe's argument 2) To learn how to give a clear and concise presentation integrating both verbal and visual tools.

Grade levels:   Undergrad  
MBianchetti
20 rubric Final Reflection Paper       popup preview  

Grade levels:   Undergrad  
Vanessa47

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