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Island Project - Economy

  Derived from rubric: Island Project
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Rubric Code: CXCC73A
Create an Economy on a desert island
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Categories: Subjects: Business  
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Grade Levels: 9-12


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  Mastery
4 pts
Advanced
3 pts
Meets
2 pts
Poor
1 pts
Economic Plan
Mastery

Completely describes all 6: economic/socioeconomic goals, method and types of goods and services produced, use of land, labor and capitol, who has authority, level/degree of government.
Advanced

Completely describes all 4-5: economic/socioeconomic goals, method and types of goods and services produced, use of land, labor and capitol, who has authority, level/degree of government. OR mostly describes all 6
Meets

Describes all 4-5: economic/socioeconomic goals, method and types of goods and services produced, use of land, labor and capitol, who has authority, level/degree of government.
Poor

Describes all 2-3: economic/socioeconomic goals, method and types of goods and services produced, use of land, labor and capitol, who has authority, level/degree of government.
Land/Distribution/Location
Mastery

Completely describes how land will be divided/shared between the people and the government. Water rights and environmental needs were considered.
Advanced

Includes basic descriptions on how land will be divided/shared between the people and the government. Water rights and environmental needs were considered.
Meets

Includes basic descriptions on how land will be divided/shared between the people and the government. Water rights and environmental needs were not considered.
Poor

Vague descriptions on how land will be divided/shared between the people and the government. Water rights and environmental needs were not considered.
Labor
Mastery

Includes thorough description of the jobs and lifestyles of the island. Explains the makeup of the workforce, along with the explanation of unwanted or menial jobs
Advanced

Includes basic description of the jobs and lifestyles of the island. Mentions makeup of the workforce, along with the explanation of unwanted or menial jobs
Meets

Includes basic description of the jobs and lifestyles of the island. Mentions makeup of the workforce. Does not discuss unwanted or menial jobs
Poor

Includes basic description of the jobs and lifestyles of the island.
Land
Mastery

Completely describes the available natural resources on the island and how they will be used. Discusses the rules governing the use of natural resources and land
Advanced

Basically describes the available natural resources on the island and how they will be used. Discusses the rules governing the use of natural resources and land
Meets

Basically describes the available natural resources on the island and how they will be used. Does not discusses the rules governing the use of natural resources and land
Poor

Mentions available resources and who owns them but gives no details
Capital
Mastery

Includes thorough and creative description of the the capital used on the island as it relates to technology and agriculture.
Advanced

Includes basic description of on the capital used on the island as it relates to technology and agriculture.
Meets

Includes minimal description on the capital used on the island as it relates to technology and agriculture.
Poor

Includes minimal description on the capital on the island with no explanation as to uses
Basic Needs
Mastery

Completely describes the basic needs granted to the islanders, and how they will be secured
Advanced

Describes the basic needs granted to the islanders, and how they will be secured
Meets

Describes the basic needs granted to the islanders,
Poor

Lists the basic needs granted to the islanders,
Map
Mastery

Includes thorough and creative depiction of the island including infrastructure elements
Advanced

Includes basic but somewhat creative depiction of the island including infrastructure elements
Meets

Includes minimal depiction of the island including infrastructure elements
Poor

No map
Addressing Problem
Mastery

Fully describes and addresses problem and answer was completely consistent with your economic system
Advanced

Describes and addresses problem and answer was mostly consistent with your economic system
Meets

Describes and addresses problem and answer was inconsistent with your economic system
Poor

Did NOT describe and address problem and answer was inconsistent with your economic system
Evaluation
Opportunity cost
Mastery

Fully explained the opportunity cost of pursing any one of your goals. Fully described goal.
Advanced

Explained the opportunity cost of pursing any one of your goals. Described goal.
Meets

Explained the opportunity cost of pursing any one of your goals. Described goal. Explanations were incomplete.
Poor

Did not explain the opportunity cost of pursing any one of your goals OR described goal.
Philosophy
Mastery

Completely describes whether your system is capitalist or socialist, what type of economic market, refer to level/degree of government.
Advanced

Completely describes 2 of 3:whether your system is capitalist or socialist, what type of economic market, refer to level/degree of government. OR Mostly describes all 3.
Meets

Mostly describes 2 of 3: whether your system is capitalist or socialist, what type of economic market, refer to level/degree of government.
Poor

Describes less than 2: whether your system is capitalist or socialist, what type of economic market, refer to level/degree of government.
Economics and Ecology
Mastery

Completely describes whether your economic and ecological systems work together or against each other. Gives specific examples from the island
Advanced

Describes whether your economic and ecological systems work together or against each other. Gives general examples
Meets

Describes whether your economic and ecological systems work together or against each other. Gives no examples
Poor

Mentions whether your economic and ecological systems work together or against each other. Gives no examples



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