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Narrative Scrapbook/Photo Book 
The students will make a narrative scrapbook using 20 photographs of their choosing.
Rubric Code: W24XAW4
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Subject: English  
Type: Project  
Grade Levels: 9-12


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  Excellent

4 pts

Good

3 pts

Fair

2 pts

Poor

1 pts

Cover Page

Excellent

*Neatly done *Easily read
*Enhances the scrapbook/photo book
*Innovative and descriptive title included and correctly capitalized *Name included
Good

*Neatly done*Easily read
*Enhances the scrapbook
*Title is descriptive but may not be fully capitalized
*Name included
Fair

*Neatly done*Easily read
*Neither adds to nor detracts from the scrapbook
*Title included but may not be fully capitalized
*Name included
Poor

*Not as neat as it could be
*Not easily read
*Title does not go with the scrapbook or there is no title *Name may not be there
Appearance

Excellent

*Typed or neatly handwritten *No mistakes
*Photographs neatly attached *Added embellishments to enhance content
Good

*Typed or neatly handwritten *Photographs neatly attached
*Few mistakes
*May have embellishments
Fair

*Neatly done
*Photographs neatly attached
*More than a few mistakes but does not detract from story
Poor

*Not much effort put into making page look nice
*Mistakes detract from the scrapbook page
Content

Excellent

*These are summaries.
*Follows definite sequential order*Follows all paragraph rules *Sentences are complete
*Figurative language added
Good

*.These are summaries.
*Follows sequential order for most of the assignment
*Follows paragraph rules for most of the assignment *Most sentences are complete*Some figurative language may be used
Fair

*These are summaries.
*Follows sequential order for most of the assignment*Follows paragraph rules for some of the assignment *Most of the sentences are complete and does not detract from understanding the written work
Poor

*This is a narrative, not summaries. *No sequential order for the most part *Does not always follow paragraph rules *Many sentence errors that detract from understanding the written work
Mechanics/Conventions

Excellent

*No grammar, spelling, and/or punctuation errors.
Good

*Very few mistakes ( less than 5) in grammar, spelling, and/or punctuation
Fair

* Several mistakes ( more than 5) in grammar, punctuation, and/or spelling but does not detract from the understanding of the written material
Poor

*Numerous mistakes in the written material that definitely detract from the understanding of the written assignment
Originality

Excellent

*is new , unique, surprising: shows a personal touch
* may successfully break rules and conventions, or use common materials or ideas in new, clever and surprising ways
Good

*has some new ideas or improvements , but some ideas are predictable or conventional
* may show a tentative attempt to step outside the rules and conventions , or find new uses for common materials or ideas
Fair

*relies on existing models ,ideas, or directions: it is not new or unique
* follows rules and conventions ; uses materials and ideas in typical ways
* lacks a personal style
* has some elements that may not fit together or may be excessive
Poor

* relies on existing models, ideas or directions it is not new or unique
* may or may not follow rules and conventions; has several elements that do not fit together



Keywords:
  • narrative, scrapbook, photographs

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