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History Timeline 
Students will work in groups of three or more to develop a timeline starting from the Civil War to the Roaring Twenties. In the timeline they will need to have at least 7 factual dates representing this era. They will also need to provide visual images related to their topic.
Rubric Code: RX647W
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Subject: History  
Type: Project  
Grade Levels: 6-8


Powered by iRubric History Timeline
  Poor

20 pts

Good

30 pts

Great

50 pts

Facts

Poor

Facts were often inaccurate for events reported on the timeline.
Good

Facts were accurate for almost all events reported on the timeline.
Great

Facts were accurate for all events reported on the timeline.
Content

Poor

The student cannot use the timeline effectively to describe events, nor to compare events
Good

The student can accurately describe 75% of the events on the timeline and can determine which two events are significant turning points for that era.
Great

The student can accurately describe 100% of the events on the timeline and can determine which two are significant turning points and compare events for that era.
Group Work

Poor

Individuals do not work in roles. Presentation is incomplete on due date due to group problems.
Good

Individuals work together. Presentation is completed on time due to group effort.
Great

Individuals work well together. Presentation is completed on time. Students worked within their roles while assisting others.
Oral Presentation

Poor

Students simply read from notes, without elobration, or do not speak clearly to the class.
Good

Students face the class and provide some eloboration of the material being presented, but do not speak clearly at all times or mispronounce more than two words.
Great

Students face the class, provide good elaboration of the material being presented, and speak clearly, without mispronouncing more than two words.




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