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Age of Enlightenment Philosophers 
Rubric Code: S2389BW
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Subject: Social Sciences  
Type: Presentation  
Grade Levels: 9-12

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  Poor

25 pts

Fair

50 pts

Good

75 pts

Excellent

100 pts

Philosophers
25 %

Each philosopher has an individual slide in presentation.

Poor

Student has 2 or less philosophers in their presentation.
Fair

Student has 4 philosophers in their presentation.
Good

Student has 6 philosophers in their presentation.
Excellent

Student has all 8 philosophers in their presentation.
Information
25 %

Birth/Death years and locations, Childhood/Early life, Education Received,
Works published.

Poor

Student has less than 2 elements needed to describe each Philosopher.
Fair

Missing more than three of the following in the project: life-death, birth place, country supported, influence on today's society, document influenced or written.
Good

Missing one to two of the following in the project: life-death, birth place, country supported, influence on today's society, document influenced or written.
Excellent

Has all of the following in the project: life-death, birth place, country supported, influence on today's society, document influenced or written.
Impact/Importance
25 %

Why was the philosopher important/considered famous? Does this philosopher have an impact on your life today?

Poor

Student barely explains the importance of any of the philosophers and why they are famous. Student fails to describe the impact of the philosophers on society today.
Fair

Student briefly explains the importance of less than half of the philosophers and why they are famous. Student briefly tells some of the philosophers impact on society today.
Good

Student briefly explains the importance of most of the philosophers and why they are famous. Student describes most of the philosophers impact on society today.
Excellent

Student goes into depth about the importance of each philosopher. Student analyzes why the philosopher is considered famous. Student is able to fully explain the philosophers impact on society today.
Overall Impression
25 %

How does the project look? Is it organized and contain all the necessary elements?

Poor

Project is not appealing to look at. Very disorganized and hard to understand. Does not contain an introduction and conclusion slide. Does not contain all necessary elements of project.
Fair

Project is partially appealing to look at. Lacks some organization and hard to read at times. Contains about half of the elements and has several grammar problems. Contains either an introduction or conclusion slide.
Good

Project is appealing to look at. Mostly organized and for the most part easy to read. Contains most of the elements and has a few grammar problems. Contains an introduction and conclusion slide.
Excellent

Project is appealing to look at. Well organized and easy to read. Contains all elements and very little grammar problems. Has an introduction slide and a conclusion slide.










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