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Atlantic Slave Trade Booklet

  Derived from rubric: Atlantic Slave Trade
built by Rjcaldwell

Rubric Code: NX92X6B
Research the Atlantic Slave Trade - work together in your group to identify the Atlantic Slave Trade - the issues, people involved, problems, effects, and interesting facts. Use the list to create your book pages
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Keywords: social studies, ECE
Categories: Subjects: History  
Types: Project   Assignment  
Grade Levels: 9-12

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  Poor
1 pts
Fair
2 pts
Good
3 pts
Great
4 pts
Knowledge on subject
Poor

Students did not use information gained from unit in the presentation. Students did not make an effort to include appropriate facts.
Fair

Students used very little information gained from the unit. Students used less than the amount of facts required.
Good

Students used a majority of the information gained from the unit. Students used the appropriate number of facts required.
Great

Students used a vast amount of the information gained from the unit. Student included more facts and information than required.
Creativity
Poor

Project had no original thought.
Fair

Project showed little creativity.
Good

Project was fairly creative.
Great

Project was extremely creative and it was clear that the student put a large amount of thought into it.
Visual
Poor

Lack of effort is evident, not visually appealing. Product is not relevant to project. Messy, illegible.
Fair

Students put some effort into visual, slightly appealing. The product is slightly relevant to the project.
Good

Effort is evident in a visually appealing product that does not detract from the project.
Great

The students went above and beyond to create a very visually appealing product that enhances the project.
Group Work
Poor

Students refused to work well as a group. Group did not use time given to complete the assigned task.
Fair

Students did not work well in a group. Group did not use the most of the time given and were often off task.
Good

Students worked well as a group. Group used time wisely and was on task most of the time.
Great

Students worked extremely well as a group. Group made the most of the time given and was on task at all times.



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