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Ser vs. Estar Poster 
This poster will use four sentences that show the contrasting uses of ser and estar in Spanish.
Rubric Code: TXX6C66
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Subject: Foreign Languages  
Type: Project  
Grade Levels: (none)

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  Exceptional

4 pts

Good

3 pts

Fair

2 pts

Poor

1 pts

Grammar

Exceptional

All grammar is completely correct.
Good

Grammar has only one error.
Fair

Grammar has two errors.
Poor

Grammar has three or more errors.
Spelling

Exceptional

Spelling has no errors.
Good

Spelling has only one error.
Fair

Spelling has two errors.
Poor

Spelling has three or more errors.
Punctuation

Exceptional

Punctuation has no errors.
Good

Same as for Exceptional.
Fair

Punctuation has one error.
Poor

Punctuation has two or more errors.
Construction

Exceptional

Followed the established format (pictures and sentences where they should be).
Good

Same as for Exceptional.
Fair

Followed the established format with maybe one or two small variances.
Poor

Did not follow the established format.
Illustrations

Exceptional

Illustrations are done in color and it is apparent that student spent a good amount of time in putting in details.
Good

Illustrations are done in color and it seems that the student spent a bit of time in putting in details.
Fair

Illustrations may or may not be done in color and it seems the student could have spent more time on the details.
Poor

Illustrations are not done in color and it is apparent that the student spent little time on the details.
Neatness

Exceptional

Work is incredibly neat:
Pictures are completely glued down (no edges popping up).
Pictures are put on evenly without it looking sloppy.
Sentences are written neatly and straight in a bold color like a black, thin tipped marker.
Good

Work is neat, but could be a bit neater:
Pictures are mostly glued down (some small edges are popping up).
Pictures are mostly put on evenly without looking sloppy.
Sentences are written neatly, are mostly straight, and are done in a black, thin tipped marker.
Fair

Work is lacking somewhat in neatness:
Multiple edges of pictures are popping up from not being glued thoroughly.
Pictures are put on in a kind of sloppy way and are not straight.
Sentences are written in a sloppier way, are not completely straight, and are done with a writing utensil that is harder to read.
Poor

Work is very sloppy:
Edges of glued pictures are popping up frequently.
Pictures are affixed in a very sloppy way and are not straight.
Sentences are written in very sloppy handwriting, are not straight, and are done using a writing utensil that is not legible.





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