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1 rubric Reflection       popup preview  

Grade levels:   Undergrad  
2 rubric Polling Project Analysis       popup preview  

Grade levels:   9-12   Undergrad  
3 rubric POLICY ANALYSIS PAPER       popup preview  

Grade levels:   Undergrad  
4 rubric American Government       popup preview  
Students should be able to Identify the main features of the American government system and explain in detail how these systems work together to provide stability in government

Grade levels:   Undergrad  
5 rubric State and Local Government Pol 201       popup preview  
Each student should be able to identify or have at a minimum a working knowledge of the structure of State and local governments and be able to think critically about contemporary issues that arise in modern day society as it relates to government.

Grade levels:   Undergrad  
6 rubric Three Branches of Government Poster       popup preview  

Grade levels:   9-12  
7 rubric Political issues video rubric       popup preview  
The students will learn about current political issues, what each candidate believes, and where each party stands on the issues. They will present their issue in the form of a descriptive video report. . They are to use Stupeflix to build their report. The descriptive video report must have a minimum of 5 or more pieces of evidence. Students may use pictures, text, video clips, etc.

Grade levels:   9-12  
8 rubric Political Ideology paper       popup preview  

Grade levels:   9-12  
9 rubric American Government       popup preview  
Each group is to create a PPT presentation outlining important points from a chapter. Group must present information to the class. The PPT should be friendly to the audience members and while modeling the behaviors discussed in class; presenters also needs to give students handout that will assist them to take notes during the presentation. Works cited should be included at the end of the PPT and the group is required to use 2 additional resources besides textbook.

Grade levels:   Undergrad  
10 rubric Committee Presentations       popup preview  
Your committee is charged with drafting a bill on your given topic. You will need to choose a Committee Chairperson, complete the "Write your own bill" handout, have a presentable copy of your bill for presentation and on the last day, you will have 3 minutes to present your bill and 2 minutes to field questions on it. The entire "House" will then vote on this bill.

Grade levels:   9-12   Undergrad  
11 rubric Three Branches of Government Poster/Activity       popup preview  

Grade levels:   9-12  
12 rubric Voting Inquiry Centers       popup preview  
Be able to interact with different voting inquiry centers and answer questions about the information

Grade levels:   9-12  
13 rubric Supreme Court Case PowerPoint Rubric       popup preview  
Students were to create a PowerPoint/Multimedia presentation on a Supreme Court case to present to the class.

Grade levels:  
14 rubric Human Rights Inquiry Rubric       popup preview  
The students will deliver a speech and give information in one other format (poster, PowerPoint, brochure etc.) on a chosen Human Right and event in history.

Grade levels:   9-12  
15 rubric Bill of Rights essay       popup preview  
Write an essay about the Bill of Rights. Choose 2 amendments of the of the Bill of Rights that you believe to be the most important. Describe and explain the rights protected. Give more than one example that fully explains the right. The essay should explain the limitations also.

Grade levels:   9-12  
16 rubric POLICY ANALYSIS PAPER       popup preview  

Grade levels:   Undergrad  
17 rubric peace and security       popup preview  
Students will create a poster about Peace and Security on either a Local, National or Global level.

Grade levels:   K-5   6-8  
18 rubric "Dear Congressman" Letter Grading Rubric       popup preview  
Write a letter to your Congressman about a community nutrition topic of concern to you. You may submit via email, but all formatting components of a letter must be present.

Grade levels:   9-12  
19 rubric Three Branches of Government Poster       popup preview  

Grade levels:   9-12  
20 rubric Supreme Court Mock Trial       popup preview  

Grade levels:   6-8   9-12   Undergrad  

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