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TimeLine Project 
A timeline is a display of a list of events in chronological order.It is typically a graphic design showing a long bar labelled with dates paralleling it, and usually contemporaneous events.Timelines are often used in education to help students and researchers with understanding the order or chronology of historical events and trends for a subject.
Rubric Code: R2287A9
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Subject: History  
Type: Project  
Grade Levels: 6-8


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  Exemplary

5 pts

Strong

4 pts

Average

3 pts

Fair

2 pts

Title

Exemplary

The timeline has a
creative/attractive
title.
Strong

The timeline
has an
effective title.
Average

The timeline has
a title.
Fair

The title is
difficult to
read or
locate.
Documentation of Events

Exemplary

The timeline
contains all 15
significant events.
This includes date
and description.
Strong

The timeline
lists 15
significant
events. This
includes
approximate
date.
Average

The timeline
contains at least
8-10 significant
events. This
includes
approximate
dates.
Fair

The timeline
contains only
5-8
significant
events.
Accuracy – Each Year

Enter description

Exemplary

Ruler clearly used
to mark of years as
inches and show
months accurately;
at some point on
the timeline
months are
indicated for ¼
inches
Strong

Years are
marked off by
inches; months
are accurately
indicated.
Average

Years are marked
in inches. Some
dates/months are
correctly shown
Fair

Years are
marked in
inches; little
attempt to
show where
months
occurred




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