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Graphic novel as a culminating project 
Creating a graphic novel in response to reading a novel; choose events that summarize the novel and put them in graphic novel form.
Rubric Code: D23757C
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Subject: History  
Type: Project  
Grade Levels: 9-12


Powered by iRubric Graphic Novel Project
  Poor

1 pts

Fair

2 pts

Good

3 pts

Excellent

4 pts

Ideas/Content
25 %

Poor

Comic shows very little attempt at presenting information from the novel.
Fair

Comic shows an attempt at presenting information and details from the novel.
Good

Comic has some details from the novel that are easy to understand.
Key Terms
reservation
Sand Creek Massacre
Sitting Bull
Battle of the Little Big Horn
Chief Joseph
Wounded Knee
assimilate
Dawes General Allotment Act
Excellent

Comic includes significant details from the novel that are clear to the reader.
Lesson 1: American Indians Under Pressure
Lesson 2: The West Is Transformed
Lesson 3: Corruption Plagues the Nation
Lesson 4: Farm Issues and Populism
Sequencing of Information
25 %

Poor

There is no clear plan for the organization of information.
Fair

Some information is logically sequenced. An occasional caption, panel, or item of information seems out of place.
Good

Most information is organized in a clear, logical way. One caption, panel, or item of information seems out of place.
Excellent

Information is organized in a clear, logical way. It is easy to anticipate what the content might be on the next caption or in the next panel.
Lesson 1: American Indians Under Pressure
Lesson 2: The West Is Transformed
Lesson 3: Corruption Plagues the Nation
Lesson 4: Farm Issues and Populism
illustrations
25 %

Poor

Work appears unfinished and little imagination has been used for the creation of illustrations, shading, or color.
Fair

Work appears finished, but does not employ any particularly dynamic illustrations or effective use of shading or color.
Good

Work includes vibrant illustrations, using effective imagery enlivened with either shading or color.
Excellent

Work includes interesting and dynamic illustrations, full of rich imagery and vibrant use of either shading or color.
Lesson 1: American Indians Under Pressure
Lesson 2: The West Is Transformed
Lesson 3: Corruption Plagues the Nation
Lesson 4: Farm Issues and Populism
Spelling and Grammar
25 %

Poor

Enough errors in spelling, punctuation, or grammar to be distracting.
Fair

Enough errors in spelling, punctuation, or grammar to be noticeable.
Good

Several minor errors in spelling, punctuation, or grammar.
Excellent

Free from errors in spelling, punctuation, grammar.



Keywords:
  • graphic novel, comics







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