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iRubric: So You Think You Can Be A Citizen? Rubric

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So You Think You Can Be A Citizen? Rubric built by ljimenez2015

Rubric Code: BX887WA
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Categories: Subjects: Political Science  
Types: Project  
Grade Levels: 6-8

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  Poor
0 pts
Fair
5 pts
Good
10 pts
Excellent
15 pts
LAFS.8.W.2.6
Poor

Poor

The student does not show any evidence of using technology or technology research to collaborate alongside their partner to create a final result.
Fair

Fair

The student shows minimal evidence of using technology or technology research to collaborate alongside their partner to create a final result.
Good

Good

The student shows an adequate amount of evidence of using technology or technology research to collaborate alongside their partner to create a final result.
Excellent

Excellent

The student effectively shows evidence of using technology or technology research to collaborate alongside their partner to create a final result.
SS.8.C.1.1
Poor

Poor

The student does not include any of the steps of naturalization in their final result. The project describes only their own exam.
Fair

Fair

The student includes very few steps or inaccurate steps in their project along with their own citizenship exam questions.
Good

Good

The student accurately includes the steps of naturalization in their final project, but may be missing an important detail or a step.
Excellent

Excellent

The student effectively includes all steps of naturalization and all the important details.
Video Presentation
Poor

Poor

Student did not submit a video presentation or the presentation was not relevant to what was asked of the student.
Fair

Fair

The student failed to include their own questions in a video format, but submitted it in a different way.
Good

Good

The presentation was submitted in video format, with accurate depictions of their exam and in a creative way that displayed what they learned, but may have been missing a few key points.
Excellent

Excellent

The presentation was submitted in video format, with accurate depictions of their exam and in a creative way that displayed what they learned.
Clarity
Poor

Poor

The presentation is filled with media errors that show that the student did not revise their video at all before showing it to the class.
Fair

Fair

The presentation has more than just a few media errors that show that the student revised their video too quickly before showing it to the class.
Good

Good

The presentation has 1 or 2 media errors that show that the student did revise the video before showing it to the class.
Excellent

Excellent

The presentation has no media errors that show that the student definitely did revise their video before showing it to the class.



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