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Problem Solution Project 
Problem Solution Project
Rubric Code: G2XA8W4
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Subject: English  
Type: Project  
Grade Levels: 9-12


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  Poor

1 pts

Fair

2 pts

Good

3 pts

Excellent

4 pts

Content

Poor

Solution was not directly linked to the problem. Students didn't take any action to solve the problem.
Fair

Solution was loosely linked to the problem defined. Students took action to solve the problem, but explanation of the topic is incomplete.
Good

Solution was linked to the problem. Students took action to solve the problem, and explanation of the topic was clear.
Excellent

Students clearly defined the problem and the solution. The action they decided on was directly related to the problem. Explanation of the topic was extrememly throrough and clear
Presentation

Poor

Students did not apply presentation skills learned in class (eye contact, not reading directly from their notes, etc.) Language contained many errors which often hinder comprehesion.
Fair

Students applied some of the presentation skills learned in class (eye contact, not reading directly from their notes, etc.) Language contained some errors which sometimes hinder comprehesion.
Good

Students applied most of the presentation skills learned in class (eye contact, not reading directly from their notes, etc.). Language contained minimal errors which rarely hinder comprehension.
Excellent

Students applied all of the presentation skills learned in class (eye contact, reading directly from their notes, etc.) Language did not contain any noticable errors.
Teamwork

Poor

The workload was not divided evenly, more than one student is viewed as not doing his/her fair share of the work.
Fair

The workload was not divided evenly, one student was viewed as not doing his/her faire share of the work.
Good

The workload was divided evenly between member, although some members might have done a little more work than others.
Excellent

The workload was divided fairly and evenly between member, all members did exactly the same amount of work.
Essay - individual grade

Poor

The essay was not related to the topic. Student often digressed and went off topic. The organization was confusing. Length was well under the required number of words. Language contained simple sentences and many grammar errors. Student used basic vocabulary.
Fair

The essay was mostly related to the topic. The student digressed and went off topic once or twice.The organization was at times confusing. Length was slightly under the required number of words. Language contained simple sentences and some grammar errors. Student used basic vocabulary.
Good

The essay was related to the topic. The student stayed on topic and the essay was coherent and well-organized. Length was appropriate. Language contained several complex sentences and a few grammar errors. Essay contained some examples of correctly-used academic vocabulary.
Excellent

The essay was on topic, coherent, and well-organized. The student used cohesive devices to link the meaning between sentences. The length was appropriate. Language contained few grammar errors and many complex sentences.Essay contained many examples of correctly-used academic vocabulary.




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