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iRubric: Geography Slide Presentation rubric

iRubric: Geography Slide Presentation rubric

 
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Geography Slide Presentation 
Student will participate in the creation of a slide presentation.
Rubric Code: C2X864W
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Subject: History  
Type: Project  
Grade Levels: 6-8


Powered by iRubric Geographic Regions
  Exceeding

Excellent work is defined as following all of the criterion and doing the best work you can do.

4 pts

Good

Good work is defined as following all of the criterion and doing the minimum work you can do.

3 pts

Poor

Poor work is defined as not doing a good job and no real effort was put forth.

1 pts

Slide Presentation

Exceeding

Student has successfully completed the slide presentation.
Good

Student has successfully completed 50% of the presentation based on the criteria given in the directions.
Poor

Student did not complete the presentation.
Mindmap

Exceeding

Mindmap is fully completed and inserted into the presentation.
Good

Mindmap is partially completed and inserted into the presentation.
Poor

No Mindmap or more than half of Mindmap is missing.
Content

Exceeding

Student's presentation included all major and required Geographic Region information for the , as outlined in the instructions.
Good

Student's presentation included majority of required Geographic Region information for the presentation, as outlined in the instructions.
Poor

Student's work is missing more than 3 required pieces of information.
Visual

Exceeding

Student uses abundant, meaningful and variety of pictures in the presentation
Good

Student uses minimal meaningful pictures in the presentation
Poor

Student uses very few or no pictures in the presentation.





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