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Exit Letter/Final Project 
Rubric Code: D234B4C
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Subject: History  
Type: Assignment  
Grade Levels: (none)


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  Poor

70 pts

Fair

80 pts

Good

90 pts

Excellent

100 pts

What to expect in an AP class.

Poor

Provides no insight and/or examples regarding what to expect in an AP class.
Fair

Shows little insight and one example of what to expect in an AP class..
Good

Shows some insight and 2 examples of what to expect in AP class.
Excellent

Shows significant insights and 3+ examples of what to expect in AP class.
Suggestions on how to succeed in an AP class.

Poor

Provides no insight and/or examples regarding how to succeed in an AP class.
Fair

Shows little insight and one example of
Good

Shows some insight and 2 examples of
Excellent

Shows significant insights and 3+ examples of
Explain how an AP class differs from other clas

Poor

Provides no insight and/or examples regarding how an AP class differs from other classes.
Fair

Shows little insight and one example of
Good

Shows some insight and 2 examples of
Excellent

Shows significant insights and 3+ examples of
What did you enjoy most in AP Government?

Poor

Provides no insight and/or examples regarding what they enjoyed most in AP Government?
Fair

Shows little insight and one example of what they enjoyed most in AP Government?
Good

Shows some insight and 2 examples of what they enjoyed most in AP Government?
Excellent

Shows significant insights and 3+ examples of what they enjoyed most in AP Government?
What is most challenging about an AP course?

Poor

Provides no insight and/or examples regarding what is most challenging about an AP course.
Fair

Shows little insight and one example of what is most challenging about an AP course.
Good

Shows some insight and 2 examples of what is most challenging about an AP course.
Excellent

Shows significant insights and 3+ examples of what is most challenging about an AP course.
How can the challenge of an AP course be made easi

Poor

Provides no insight and/or examples regarding how can the challenge of an AP course be made easier for students.
Fair

Shows little insight and one example of how can the challenge of an AP course be made easier for students.
Good

Shows some insight and 2 examples of how can the challenge of an AP course be made easier for students.
Excellent

Shows significant insights and 3+ examples of how can the challenge of an AP course be made easier for students.
What can be done to better prepare students for AP

Poor

Provides no insight and/or examples regarding what can be done to better prepare students for AP exams.
Fair

Shows little insight and one example of what can be done to better prepare students for AP exams.
Good

Shows some insight and 2 examples of what can be done to better prepare students for AP exams.
Excellent

Shows significant insights and 3+ examples of what can be done to better prepare students for AP exams.
Anything else you would like to add.

Poor

Provides no additional examples of important things for new AP students to know.
Fair

Provides one additional example of important things for new AP students to know.
Good

Shows 2 examples of important things for new AP students to know.
Excellent

Shows significant insights and 3+ examples of important things for new AP students to know.
Writing

Poor

The letter contains 5 or more errors that may hinder clear communication.
Fair

3-4 errors are present, but they
do not interfere with meaning.
Good

1-2 errors are present, and they do not interfere with meaning.
Excellent

No errors are present, and the letter is 100% clear in communicating its points.





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