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Imperialism Snapchat Stories 
Students will develop 3 snapchat stories that symbolize imperialism in Hawaii, Philippines, and Cuba. Students will establish the causes and effects of imperialism in their work, showcasing their understanding of the events/steps that lead to or represented imperialism.
Rubric Code: E244728
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Subject: Social Sciences  
Type: Project  
Grade Levels: 9-12

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  Level 4

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Level 3

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Level 2

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Level 1

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Time Management

Level 4

Used time well during each class
period. Focused on
getting the project
completed in the allotted amount of time.
Level 3

Used time well
during each class
period. Usually
focused on getting
the project completed in the allotted amount of time.
Level 2

Used some of the
time well during
each class period.
There was some
focus on getting the
project completed in the allotted amount of time.
Level 1

Did not use class time to focus on
the project OR
often distracted
others.
Design Clarity

Level 4

Illustrations are used
effectively and exceedingly convey the meaning of U.S. imperialism in Hawaii, Cuba, and the Philippines.
Level 3

Most illustrations are
used and generally convey the meaning of U.S. imperialism in Hawaii, Cuba, and the Philippines.
Level 2

Most illustrations are
focused on the message of U.S. imperialism in Hawaii, Cuba, and the Philippines, but could have been used more effectively.
Level 1

Illustrations fail to convey the meaning
of U.S. imperialism in Hawaii, Cuba, and the Philippines and there is a lack of understanding or intention.
Design Originality

Level 4

The illustrations used on the design project reflect a exceptional
degree of student creativity in their creation and/or display.
Level 3

The illustrations and used on the design project reflect student
creativity in their creation and/or display.
Level 2

The illustrations used by the student are
based on the designs or ideas of others and don't
demonstrate original ideas.
Level 1

Illustrations do not
demonstrate any
original thought
or creativity.
Knowledge Application

Level 4

The elements for U.S. imperialism in Hawaii, Cuba, and the Philippines (causes, events, people) are clearly present and indicate a strong understanding of the concept of imperialism and project purpose.
Level 3

The elements for U.S. imperialism in Hawaii, Cuba, and the Philippines (causes, events, people) are present and indicate understanding of the concept of imperialism and project purpose.
Level 2

Some of the elements for U.S. imperialism in Hawaii, Cuba, and the Philippines (causes, events, people) are present but are not reflective of the concept of imperialism and project purpose.
Level 1

The elements for U.S. imperialism in Hawaii, Cuba, and the Philippines (causes, events, people) are poorly represented and indicate a lack of understanding about the concept of imperialism and project purpose.
Overall Presentation

Level 4

The presentation
is exceptionally
attractive in terms
of design, layout, and
neatness and is a strong exemplar of a polished, finished project.
Level 3

The presentation
is attractive in terms
of design, layout,
and neatness and is mostly a polished and finished project.
Level 2

The presentation is
acceptably attractive
though it may be a
bit disorganized and
does not adequately demonstrate
a polished and finished project.
Level 1

The presentation
does not demonstrate a polished and finished product.



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