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Substance Abuse Poster Project 
Create a poster to educate your class about a specific drug. You must include: *The classification of the drug. *Its actual name and any known street names. *How it affects your body & mind (minimum of 5 long term effects and 5 short term effects)? *Where it is found and what it looks like? (Pictures, charts etc. should be included) *Three interesting facts that hasn't already been included(Example: its level of addictiveness, why anyone might want to take it, etc.) *In addition, a creative anti-drug slogan(a catchy title) is to be included. *A long with a local, state, and/or federal agency which can provide services for substance users that would like to get help. *Please include at least three references/sources (Where did you get your information from?)
Rubric Code: H2266WW
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Subject: Health  
Type: Project  
Grade Levels: 9-12


Powered by iRubric Drugs & Drug Abuse - Poster Project
  Level 1 (poor)

55%-64%

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Level 2 (acceptable)

65%-74%

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Level 3 (good)

75%-84%

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Level 3+ (really good)

85%-94%

(N/A)

Level 4 (amazing)

95%-100%

(N/A)

Completeness

Level 1 (poor)

- missing 2 or more pieces of required information
- information is sketchy
- no examples
Level 2 (acceptable)

- missing 1 piece of required information
- information given is missing a couple of points
- few examples
Level 3 (good)

- all required information is present
- information is thorough, with examples where possible
Level 3+ (really good)

- all required information is present
- information is very thorough (with examples) and well organized
Level 4 (amazing)

- all required information is present
- information is very thorough (with examples) and well organized
- some extra information is given
Accuracy

Level 1 (poor)

- 3 pieces of information in the wrong category
- 0 sources (references) given
- 3 minor errors in your facts OR 2 major errors
Level 2 (acceptable)

- 2 pieces of information in the wrong category
- 1 sources (references) are given
- 3 minor errors in your facts OR 1 major error
Level 3 (good)

- 1 piece of information in the wrong category
- 2 source (references) are given
- 2 minor errors in your facts
Level 3+ (really good)

- 1 piece of information in the wrong category
- 3 sources (references) are given
- 1 minor error in your facts
Level 4 (amazing)

- 3 or more sources (references) were given
- information is correctly categorized according to ideas
- no errors in your facts
Visual Effectiveness

Level 1 (poor)

- barely organized
- Titles, dates etc. are present
- parts are less neat, legible
- little use of color
- little effort is evident
- few pictures
Level 2 (acceptable)

- somewhat organized
- Titles, facts etc. are present
- somewhat neat, legible
- some use of color
- some effort is evident
- some pictures
Level 3 (good)

- organized
- Titles, facts etc. are clear
- reasonably neat, legible
- some use of color & pictures
- effort is evident
Level 3+ (really good)

- clearly organized
- Titles, facts etc. are clear
- neat, legible
- use of color & pictures
- effort is evident
Level 4 (amazing)

- clearly organized
- Titles, facts, etc. are clear
- neat, legible, good font
- use of color & pictures
- effort & creativity are evident
Written Conventions

Level 1 (poor)

- 4 errors in spelling, grammar or other writing conventions
Level 2 (acceptable)

- 3 errors in spelling, grammar or other writing conventions
Level 3 (good)

- 2 errors in spelling, grammar or other writing conventions
Level 3+ (really good)

- 1 error in spelling, grammar or other writing conventions
Level 4 (amazing)

- no errors in spelling, grammar or other writing conventions
Oral Presentation

Level 1 (poor)

- presentation sometimes clear
- several pronunciation errors
- voice is often hard to hear
- rushed or too slow
- distracting body language
Level 2 (acceptable)

- presentation mostly clear
- few pronunciation errors
- voice is sometimes hard to hear
- rushed or too slow
- minor distracting body language
Level 3 (good)

- presentation is clear
- pronunciation is good
- voice is projected to most of room
- reasonable pacing; some rough bits
- non-distracting body language
Level 3+ (really good)

- presentation is clear
- pronunciation is good
- voice is heard throughout the room
- good pacing
- confident body language
Level 4 (amazing)

- presentation is clear
- pronunciation is excellent
- voice is easily heard throughout the room
- excellent pacing
- confident, calm body language





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