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Compare/Contrast Poster

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Rubric Code: CX9XC42
Students are to compare and contrast two characters in a novel.
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Categories: Subjects: Communication   Computers   Engineering   English   Journalism   Test Preparation   (General)  
Types: Project   Presentation   Assignment   Writing   ePortfolio   (Other)  
Grade Levels: 9-12

Powered by iRubric Compare and Contrast Poster
  Excellent - 4
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Good - 3
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Fair - 2
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Poor - 1
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Comparison points
Excellent - 4

There are (5) five clear comparison examples between the two characters.
Good - 3

There are (4) four comparison examples between the two characters.
Fair - 2

There are (2-3) two or three comparison examples between the two characters.
Poor - 1

There is (1) one or less comparison example between the two characters.
Contrasting points
Excellent - 4

There are (5) five clear contrasting examples between the two characters.
Good - 3

There are (4) four clear contrasting examples between the two characters.
Fair - 2

There are (2-3) one clear contrasting examples between the two characters.
Poor - 1

There is (1) or less contrasting examples between the two characters.
Poster Structure
Excellent - 4

Student has included a title and distinction between the comparsions and contrasts. There is cohesion in the poster and all the points make sense. There are no (or very few) grammar mistakes, and they do not take away from the overall poster.
Good - 3

Poster reflects a title and some distinction between the comparisons and contrasts. Cohesion is mostly present throughout the poster. There are some grammar mistakes, but they do not take away from the overall poster.
Fair - 2

There is no title and no distinction between the comparsions and contrasts. There are some grammar mistakes, but they do not take away from the overall poster.
Poor - 1

There is not any real form or format to the information of the poster. Grammar is poor and makes the information difficult to understand.
Poster Creativity
Excellent - 4

Poster shows creativity and is aesthetically pleasing.
Good - 3

Poster shows some creativity and is somewhat aesthetically pleasing.
Fair - 2

Poster shows limited creativity and is not really aesthetically pleasing.
Poor - 1

The poster shows no creativity and is not aesthetically pleasing.



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