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Genocide/Crimes Against Humanity Research Exhibition Project 
Your primary task is to research a form of genocide/crime against humanity (post WWII) and design a display for exhibition that educates your peers.
Rubric Code: S225WB9
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Subject: English  
Type: Project  
Grade Levels: 9-12


Powered by iRubric Genocide/Crimes Against Humanity Re
  Exceeding

50 pts

Meeting

45 pts

Approaching

40 pts

Beginning

35 pts

Below (10-0)

10 pts

Research

Exceeding

Research is extremely detailed and organized.
Meeting

Research is detailed and organized.
Approaching

There is evidence that some research was done. Materials are somewhat disorganized.
Beginning

Research is disorganized.
Below (10-0)

Research is missing.
Analysis

Exceeding

Solid analysis of topic and 8 stages of genocide.

Strong, specific evidence is used for each stage.

Topic is matched with appropriate tier on Pyramid of Hate.

Strong, specific evidence is used to support your tier choice.
Meeting

Adequate analysis of topic and 8 stages of genocide.

Specific evidence is used for each stage.

Topic is matched with appropriate tier on Pyramid of Hate.

Specific evidence is used to support your tier choice.
Approaching

Some analysis of topic and 8 stages of genocide.

Evidence used for each stage in too general.

Topic is matched with appropriate tier on Pyramid of Hate.

Lack specific evidence to support your tier choice.
Beginning

Missing pieces of topic and 8 stages of genocide analysis

Missing evidence for each stage.

Topic is weakly matched with appropriate tier on Pyramid of Hate.

Missing evidence to support your tier choice.
Below (10-0)

Missing one or more of the sections and analysis.
Paraphrase

Exceeding

The final product is well paraphrased and clearly expressed in your own language.

It is clear that you understood the details being communicated.

There are no signs of plagiarism.

All research is properly cited within the presentation and on works cited page.
Meeting

The final product is well paraphrased.

There are no signs of plagiarism.

All research is properly cited within the presentation and on works cited page.
Approaching

The final product shows signs of paraphrasing.

There are no signs of plagiarism.

All research is properly cited within the presentation and on works cited page.
Beginning

The final product shows an attempt at paraphrasing.

There are no signs of plagiarism.

All research is properly cited within the presentation and on works cited page.
Below (10-0)

There are some examples of possible plagiarism.

Missing citations and/or works cited page.
Final product/Visuals

Exceeding

Final product is extremely creative and neatly done.

It uses an engaging format to communicate the research.

Visual elements are present, neat, and big enough to be seen from a distance.
Meeting

The final product is creative and neat.

It uses an engaging format to communicate the research.

Visual elements are present, neat, and big enough to be seen from a distance.
Approaching

The final product is somewhat creative and neat.

It communicates the research, but is not engaging.

Visual elements are weak and/or too small to be seen from a distance.
Beginning

The final product is not creative or neat.

It is not engaging.

Appears student ran out of time.
Below (10-0)

The final project is missing required elements.
Final presentation

Exceeding

Speaks clearly and with confidence.

Answers most of the questions people might have.
Meeting

Speaks clearly and with confidence.

Answers some of the questions people might have.
Approaching

Speaks somewhat clearly.
Could show more confidence.

Answers a few of the questions asked.
Beginning

Speech is unclear. Needs to show more confidence.

Doesn't answer many questions.
Below (10-0)

Does not maturely present content.



Keywords:
  • non-fiction, research, genocide, Holocaust

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