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Rural/Urban/Suburban Community Diorama 
Students create a diorama to demonstrate knowledge of one type of community -rural, urban, or suburban. Students will describe and give their opinion about the type of community in an oral presentation.
Rubric Code: F246B29
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Subject: Social Sciences  
Type: Project  
Grade Levels: K-5

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  Level 1- Beginning

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Level 2 - Developing

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Level 3 - Accomplished

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Level 4 - Exemplary

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Content

Level 1- Beginning

Diorama has less than 2 items to represent the type of community. The community is not identifiable. Teacher can tell that little to no effort was used in creating the items.
Level 2 - Developing

Diorama has 2 to 3 items to represent the type of community. The community is somewhat identifiable. Teacher can tell that a minimal effort was used in creating the items.
Level 3 - Accomplished

Diorama has 3 to 5 items to represent the type of community. The community is identifiable. Teacher can tell that a good effort went in to creating the items.
Level 4 - Exemplary

Diorama has more than 5 items to represent the type of community. The community is clearly identifiable. Teacher can tell that a lot of work went into creating the items.
Creativity

Level 1- Beginning

No effort appears to have been put into creating the diorama. There seems to have been no thought or imagination.
Level 2 - Developing

Very little effort appears to have been put into creating the diorama. There seems to have been little thought or imagination.
Level 3 - Accomplished

A great deal of effort has been put into creating the diorama. You thought about what you wanted to present, you used your imagination.
Level 4 - Exemplary

A lot of effort has been put into creating the diorama. You thought about what you wanted to present, you used your imagination and thought outside of the box. You created a unique diorama like no other in the class.
Display

Level 1- Beginning

Diorama shows major damage and is messy in appearance. The student threw the diarama together and is unpleasing to view.
Level 2 - Developing

Diorama shows minor damage and appears somewhat messy.The student attempted with some design to create a pleasing diarama but failed to bring overall idea to life.
Level 3 - Accomplished

Diorama shows no sign of damage and is neatly presented. The student's diarama shows evidence of a well thought out design and is pleasing to view.
Level 4 - Exemplary

Diorama shows no sign of damage and is perfectly put together.
The student's diarama shows excellent use of design and is beautiful to look at.
Presentation

Level 1- Beginning

The student communicates limited knowledge about the features of the chosen type of community.
Level 2 - Developing

The student communicates some specific ideas, opinions and information about the chosen type of community in a fairly clear, coherent manner.
Level 3 - Accomplished

The student communicates specific ideas, opinions and information about the chosen type of community in a clear, coherent manner with considerable effectiveness.
Level 4 - Exemplary

The student communicates specific ideas, opinions and information about the chosen type of community in a clear, coherent manner with a high degree of effectiveness.





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