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Character Wanted Poster 
Create a "Wanted" poster about one character from Animal Farm. Include: 1) Char. Name 2) Description based on details from the text 3) Picture of the character drawn by hand 4) Allegorical relationship: "Alias/AKA" 7) 6 "Known for:" character traits 8) "Known hangouts:" (actual book locations from the story) 9) "Wanted for:" (or Accused of) 10) "Reward:" *Book title, author, and student's name must be on back of the poster.
Rubric Code: N24695C
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Subject: English  
Type: Reading  
Grade Levels: 6-8

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  Excellent

4 pts

Good

3 pts

Fair

2 pts

Poor

1 pts

Poster Requirements (Double Weight)

Excellent

Includes:
Character's name
Character's Alias (Who do they represent from history)
Picture of the "wanted character" (Drawn by student)
Physical Description (Use 3 direct quotes)
Wanted for (Provide 3 crimes)
Common Hangouts (Provide details from the book - Not made up)
Reward (Be creative - what kinds of rewards would animals want?)
Title & Author
Students Name
Good

Student is missing 1-2 of the requirements on the poster.
Use of imagination.
Fair

Student is missing 3-4 of the requirements on the poster. Fair use of creativity.
Poor

Student is missing more than 4 of the requirements on the poster. Poorly constructed.
Description of Character (Double Weight)

Excellent

Student has accurately described the character within the posters requirements. Each detail provided is consistent with the text and there are direct quotes from the text incorporated. The viewer feels as if they know the character and more about the story.
Good

Student has described the character within the posters requirements in a way that is consistent with the text. The student shows knowledge of the story.
Fair

Student has not accurately described the character within one or two of the poster's requirements.
Poor

Student did a poor job connecting the text with the description within the poster's requirements. Student does not display a knowledge of the text.
Spelling and Grammar

Excellent

There are no spelling, grammar, or punctuation errors.
Good

There are 1-2 errors in spelling, grammar, or punctuation errors.
Fair

There are 3-4 spelling, grammar, or punctuation errors.
Poor

There are more then 4 spelling, grammar, or punctuation errors.
Neatness and Effort

Excellent

The Poster has clear, colorful illustrations and good use of space.
It appears the student spent a lot of effort getting things just right. Neat writing.
Good

The Poster has clear, colorful illustrations, and weak use of space.
It appears the student worked on it. Neat writing.
Fair

The Poster has unclear, not colorful illustrations and weak use of space.
It looks like the student didn't take care of it. Legible writing.
Poor

The Poster has poorly constructed illustrations.
It looks like the student threw it together at the last minute without much care.




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