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What Do I Believe 
Students write their testimony - choosing what they believe about God and why. They must be able to defend their beliefs with scripture. They must also tell how these beliefs impact their lives now and what that means for their future. After writing their testimony, they will make a Google classroom video of themselves giving their testimony and these videos will be played for the class.
Rubric Code: A23X43A
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Subject: History  
Type: Project  
Grade Levels: 6-8


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Students write their testimony - choosing what they believe about God and why. They must be able to defend their beliefs with scripture. They must also tell how these beliefs impact their lives now and what that means for their future. After writing their testimony, they will make a Google classroom video of themselves giving their testimony and these videos will be played for the class.
  Poor

Weak Work - Little understanding of the concept. Many of the requirements of the project were not met or assignment was missing.

5 pts

Fair

Adequate Work - Some understanding of the concepts. A few requirements of the project were left out.

10 pts

Good

Proficient Work - Met most of the requirements of the project and demonstrated understanding of the concept.

15 pts

Excellent

Exceptional Work - Mastered the concept and met the requirements of the project.

20 pts

Inquiry
5 pts

Student takes everything they have learned this year and asks themselves what this means to them and how it alters their thinking. They search for deeper meaning through scriptures.

Poor

Student does not take everything they have learned this year and ask themselves what this means to them and how it alters their thinking. They do not search for deeper meaning through scriptures.
Fair

Student can relate what has been learned, but struggles to ask questions to form meaning. They make an attempt to go deeper into scriptures.
Good

Student takes everything they have learned this year and asks themselves what this means to them and how it alters their thinking. Student struggles to go deeper for meaning in scriptures.
Excellent

Student takes everything they have learned this year and asks themselves what this means to them and how it alters their thinking. They search for deeper meaning through scriptures.
Neatness
2 pts

Written testimony is well organized and thought out. No spelling and grammar errors.

Poor

Written testimony is not organized and thought out. Many spelling and grammar errors.
Fair

Written testimony is complete, but not well organized and thought out. Some spelling and grammar errors.
Good

Written testimony is well organized and thought out. Very few spelling and grammar errors.
Excellent

Written testimony is well organized and thought out. No spelling and grammar errors.
Followed Directions
5 pts

Students write their testimony - choosing what they believe about God and why. They must be able to defend their beliefs with scripture. They must also tell how these beliefs impact their lives now and what that means for their future. After writing their testimony, they will make a Google classroom video of themselves giving their testimony.

Poor

Student did not write their testimony - choosing what they believe about God and why. Student is unable able to defend their beliefs with scripture. Student was unable to tell how these beliefs impact their lives now and what that means for their future. Student did not make a Google classroom video of themselves giving their testimony
Fair

Student wrote their testimony - choosing what they believe about God and why. Student is unable able to defend their beliefs with scripture. Struggles to tell how these beliefs impact their lives now and what that means for their future. Student made a Google classroom video of themselves giving their testimony
Good

Student wrote their testimony - choosing what they believe about God and why. Student is somewhat able to defend their beliefs with scripture. Struggles to tell how these beliefs impact their lives now and what that means for their future. Student made a Google classroom video of themselves giving their testimony.
Excellent

Student submitted their written testimony - choosing what they believe about God and why. Student is able to defend their beliefs with scripture and can tell how these beliefs impact their lives now and what that means for their future. Student made a Google classroom video of themselves giving their testimony.
Video Presentation
10 pts

Student made a Google Classroom Video of themselves giving their testimony. Student made good eye contact and spoke loudly and clearly. Background noise was at a minimum and backdrop was not distracting.

Poor

Student either made a Google Classroom Video of themselves giving an incomplete testimony or chose not to make a video and had to do the testimony live. Student did not make good eye contact and did not speak loudly and clearly. Background noise and backdrop were distracting.
Fair

Student made a Google Classroom Video of themselves giving their testimony. Student struggled to make good eye contact and did not always speak loudly and clearly. Background noise and backdrop were distracting.
Good

Student made a Google Classroom Video of themselves giving their testimony. Student struggled to make good eye contact and did not always speak loudly and clearly. Background noise was at a minimum and backdrop was not distracting.
Excellent

Student made a Google Classroom Video of themselves giving their testimony. Student made good eye contact and spoke loudly and clearly. Background noise was at a minimum and backdrop was not distracting.



Keywords:
  • Bible, Christian Worldview







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