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Inventor/Invention Research Project and Presentation 
You will focus on identifying the following information: (1) what the invention was and how it was used (2) who invented it and facts about them (is there more than one person who invented it?) (3)images of the invention and inventor (4) facts about the the invention/inventor, the more information the better. This project will be graded as a project grade.
Rubric Code: H24682A
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Subject: History  
Type: Assignment  
Grade Levels: 6-8

Powered by iRubric Inventor/Invention Research Project
  Exemplary

4 pts

Good

3 pts

Fair

2 pts

Unacceptable

1 pts

Research

Student identify necessary information.

Exemplary

All of the information on the Inventor/Invention worksheet is addressed on the poster board.
Good

75% of the information on the Inventor/Invention worksheet is addressed on the poster board.
Fair

50% of the information on the Inventor/Invention worksheet is addressed on the poster board.
Unacceptable

25% or less of the information on the Inventor/Invention worksheet is addressed on the poster board.
Presentation- Poster Board

Poster Board has information presented in a neat and clear way.

Exemplary

Student designed a poster board that has 5 pictures, 1 paragraph of information about the inventor and 1 paragraph of information about the invention.
Good

Student designed a poster board that has 3-4 pictures, 1 paragraph of information about the inventor and invention.
Fair

Student designed a poster board that has 2-3 pictures, 1 paragraph of information about the inventor and invention.
Unacceptable

Student designed a poster board but is lacking pictures or writing.
Presentation- Information

Living Museum Exhibit presenter was well-rehearsed, could answer questions about their invention and inventor

Exemplary

Living Museum Exhibit presenter can speak about the invention and inventor IN DETAIL and is able to answer ALL questions when asked.
Good

Living Museum Exhibit presenter can speak about the invention and inventor IN DETAIL and is able to answer MOST questions when asked.
Fair

Living Museum Exhibit presenter can speak about the invention and inventor and is able to answer SOME questions when asked.
Unacceptable

Living Museum Exhibit presenter cannot speak about the invention and inventor and is able to answer FEW OR NO questions when asked.
Presentation- Public Speaking

and demonstrated strong public speaking skills.

Exemplary

Well-rehearsed with smooth delivery that holds audience attention. about their invention and inventor, demonstrated strong public speaking skills and presented in character.
Good

Well-rehearsed with smooth delivery that holds audience attention. about their invention and inventor, demonstrated strong public speaking skills and presented in character.
Fair

Delivery not smooth, but able to maintain interest of the audience most of the time.
Unacceptable

Delivery not smooth and audience attention often lost.
Presentation- Outfit

Exemplary

Presenter was neatly dressed as the inventor and showed great attention to detail in their outfit.
Good

Presenter was dressed as the inventor and showed some attention to the details of their outfit.
Fair

Presenter was dressed as the inventor but showed little or attention to the details of their outfit.
Unacceptable

Presenter was not dressed.
Conventions

Exemplary

The presentation has no more than 2 errors.
Good

The presentation has 3-5 errors.
Fair

The presentation has 6-8 errors.
Unacceptable

The presentation has 9 or more errors.










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