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iRubric: Recipe Translation Blog Post rubric

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Recipe Translation Blog Post built by htaylor2

Rubric Code: GXA544X
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Categories: Subjects: Foreign Languages  
Types: Project  
Grade Levels: 9-12

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Recipe Translation
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The translation from English to Spanish features between 7-10 steps for a reader to follow, all ingredients are translated and temperatures/standard unit measures are converted to metric. All commands are properly translated in Spanish. Features a basic description about the recipe, the steps to follow to make the recipe, and a final explanation as to why this recipe is significant to US cuisine. Proper credit is given to any outside sources.
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Recipe Post Design
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Each recipe is posted as a "blog post" on the WordPress class site, organized on the page in an easy-to-read format, features headings in bold to divide each section and at least 2 pictures of the recipe. Post demonstrates an understanding of basic graphic design principles. Proper credit is given to any images that come from outside sources.
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Comparison and Reflection
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Comparison, using Venn Diagram, relates one's own recipe blog post to that of an international student's and features at least 3 unique points of their post, 3 unique points of the other student's post, and 3 points they share in common. Reflection should connect food to geography and culture and comment on food's influence on society. Reflection will also lead to a commentary on why it is critical to our global citizenship that we study the similarities and differences between cultures.
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