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The Butterfly Effect 
Choose an event in history that you would like to change. You will describe the event in detail, describe and justify the changes that you would make, and how the world would look after you changes take place. Utilize your research skills and creativity to ensure you can complete the presentation.
Rubric Code: V24W259
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Subject: History  
Type: Project  
Grade Levels: 9-12

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  Poor

7 pts

Fair

13 pts

Good

18 pts

Excellent

25 pts

Research and Sources

Poor

Student cited little to no reliable sources. Sources are of questionable quality, and do not generate support for the student's viewpoint.
Fair

Student cited few reliable sources. Sources are of questionable quality, but do generate support for the student's viewpoint.
Good

Student cited reliable sources. Sources are of acceptable quality, and generate support for the student's viewpoint.
Excellent

Student used 4 or more sources. Sources are of robust quality, and generate support for the student's viewpoint.
Presentation

Poor

Student did not present well, was disorganized and did not have thoughts well put together.
Fair

Student presented well, was not completely organized but did have thoughts well put together.
Good

Student presented well, was completely organized, and were thoughts well put together. Presentation was of acceptable quality.
Excellent

Student presented well, was completely organized, and were thoughts well put together. Presentation was very well prepared and of very high quality.
Creativity

Poor

Student did not put effort into altering historical events. Changed very little things and could not compare and contrast to actual event.
Fair

Student put effort into altering the historical events, numerous differences between true event and altered event.
Good

Student was very creative and put a lot of effort into altering event. There are very creative differences between true event and altered event.
Excellent

Student was very creative and put a lot of effort into altering event. There are very creative differences between true event and altered event, student provided an example of altered event via drawing, ai painting, writing, or other form of creative expression.
Factual event

Poor

Student did not have many details describing true event, very surface level knowledge not much detail.
Fair

Student had many details regarding the event but was not able to fully describe the impact of the event.
Good

Student provided a very detailed account of the event and is able to fully describe the impact of the event.
Excellent

Student provided a very detailed account of the event and is able to fully describe the impact of the event, and explain event nuances, and describe how this event changed the course of histroy.




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