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Social Studies Project: Create a song/rap and Presentation built by klweaver

Rubric Code: RX9XB88
Writing own lyrics selected social studies topic, to the tune of an existing song or self-created song.
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Categories: Subjects: English   Humanities   Music  
Types: Project  
Grade Levels: 9-12

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  Excellent
10 pts
Good
8 pts
Fair
6 pts
Poor
4 pts
Total
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Content
Excellent

6 or more facts or concepts were addressed and understood AND/OR
Student has included significant details and has used sophisticated word choice for the lyrics/ story.
Good

4-6 facts were addressed and answered accurately.
AND/OR
Student has used appropriate word choice for the lyrics/song/story.
Fair

2-3 facts are addressed and answered accurately.
AND/OR
Student has used some
appropriate word choice for the lyrics/song/story.
Poor

0-1 facts was addressed and answered accurately.
AND/OR
the student has not put effort into the word choice for the lyrics/song' story.
Total

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Lyrics
Excellent

Lyrics follow a pattern/rhyme. In
addition to the lyrics, the student has created a memorable chorus. Lyrics are catchy and memorable.
Music is easy to understand when spoken, sung or recorded by student.
Good

Lyrics follow a pattern/rhyme.
Lyrics may not be easy to remember, but meet the content criteria.
Music is easy to understand when spoken, sung or recorded by student.
Fair

Either the lyrics do not follow a pattern/rhyme or the lyrics may not be easy to remember, because they do not meet the content criteria.
Music may be difficult to understand when spoken, sung or recorded by student.
Poor

Either the lyrics do not
follow a pattern/rhyme or the
lyrics may not be easy to remember, because they do not meet the content criteria.
Music may be
difficult to understand
when spoken, sung or recorded by student.
Total


Presentation
Excellent

Project was presented to class, and sung
Or song was recorded using software and students voices. It presented to the class in a prepared professional manner. Lyrics were complete and submitted.
Rehearsals were evident.
Good

Project was presented to class, but spoken.

Or a recording was presented but not fully done.

A bit of stumble but performance/ or final product is good.
Good participation and efforts.
Fair

Project was sung /viewed/listened in private to teacher

Performance or presentations shows little evidence of preparation.
lack of participation from some members.
Poor

Project was spoken in private to teacher.

Performance or presentation is not ready to share
Total


Work ethic
Excellent

Prepared and presented in a superior way.

Includes title, lyrics, and cover sheet.

No spelling and mechanics errors.

Superior evidence of effort.
Good

Neatly prepared and presented.

Includes title, lyrics, and cover sheet.

One or two spelling and mechanics errors.

Good evidence of effort in rehearsals and
Fair

Adequately prepared and presented.

Product is missing one of the following: song title, lyrics, and cover sheet.

Few (3-4) spelling and mechanics errors.

Some evidence of effort.
Poor

Poorly prepared and presented.

Missing song title, lyrics, and/or cover sheet.

Multiple (more than 4) spelling and mechanics errors.

Minimal evidence of effort.
Total


Final Totals
Excellent


Good


Fair


Poor


Total

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