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President of The United States Hisotry built by jmall2

Rubric Code: NX9XB8C
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Categories: Subjects: Law  
Types: Assessment  
Grade Levels: K-5

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1 pts
Fair
2 pts
Great
3 pts
Excellent!
4 pts
SS.5.G.4.1
Use geographic knowledge and skills when discussing current events.
Poor

The student does not apply geographic knowledge and skills while discussing their chosen president.
Fair

The student acknowledges geographic knowledge of their chosen president, but does not mention any skills their chosen president applied to our country.
Great

The student acknowledges both geographic knowledge and skills while discussing their chosen president but leaves out a few detailed key points.
Excellent!

The student acknowledges both geographic knowledge and skills while discussing their chosen president, and discusses the skills thoroughly in a detailed manner that gives their audience a true understanding of why they chose that specific president.
SS.5.A.5.3
The significance of historical documents including key political concepts, origins of these concepts, and their role in American independence.
Poor

The student does not state any historical documents or key political facts, or ideas that their chosen president contributed to the country.
Fair

The students acknowledges some key political ideas and facts, but no historical documents.
Great

The students discusses both historical documents and key political facts, and ideas.
Excellent!

The students discusses both historical documents and key political facts, and ideas that their chosen president contributed to the country in a detailed manner that gives their audience a true understanding of why they chose that specific president.
SS.5.C.3.6
Examining the foundations of the United States legal system by recognizing the role of the courts in interpreting law and settling conflicts
Poor

The student does not explain what role their chosen president took in the United States legal system.
Fair

The student states some detail of what role their chosen president took in the United States legal system.
Great

The student states many roles their chosen president took upon in the United States legal and court system.
Excellent!

The student states many roles their chosen president took upon in the United States legal and court system. As well states settling conflicts their chosen president took upon in the court system through research.
SS.5.A.1.1
Use primary and secondary sources to understand history
Poor

The student did not take on the instructions of using primary, and secondary resources to understand the history of their chosen president.
Fair

The student used primary resources for research on their chosen president; however, did not apply any secondary resources to their research.
Great

The student applied both primary and secondary resources to their research.
Excellent!

The student applied both primary and secondary resources to their research, and listed, and gave examples of how each resource helped them in finding historical facts, and events.
LACC.2.W.1.2
Write informative/ explanatory text in which they introduce a topic, use facts and definitions to develop points, and provide a concluding statement or section.
Poor

The student did not have an informative essay during presentation.
Fair

The student completed only half of the page requirement of the required one page essay during presentation.
Great

The student had a completed one page essay to present to the class; however, their essay was missing key facts, and they did not introduce a defined topic or definitions.
Excellent!

The student had a completed one page essay to present to the class that introduced a topic, had keys facts and definitions, and progressively developed into a concluding statement.
LACC.K12.W.3.8
Gather relevant information from multiple print and digital sources, assess the credibility and accuracy of each source, and integrate the information while avoiding plagiarism.
Poor

The student did not gather any relevant information for their selected president.
Fair

The student gathered some relevant information on their selected president; however, left out a few key points.
Great

The student gathered relevant information on their president and used digital sources as evidence to have credibility.
Excellent!

The student had a complete one page essay of relevant information from multiple of sources including primary and secondary sources.
LACC.K12.W.3.9
Draw evidence from literary or informational texts to support analysis, reflection, and research.
Poor

The student did not back up any of their research or findings with informational texts or literary texts.
Fair

The student applied a few analysis of their research, but lacked a reflection of their research, and why it was important to their findings.
Great

The student supported their claims with supported analysis, and their essay contained a completed reflection on their research.
Excellent!

The student was able to draw evidence from literary and informational text, and their completed essay contained a detailed reflection on their research.



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