Skip to main content
  • help_outline help
iRubric: Historic Journal Writing rubric

iRubric: Historic Journal Writing rubric

 
find rubric

edit   print   share   Copy to my rubrics   Bookmark   test run   apply to...   delete   Do more...
Historic Journal Writing 
This rubric evaluates the students ability to incorporate historical facts to create an intresting, and thought provoking journal entry.
Rubric Code: K224A7W
Ready to use
Public Rubric
Subject: History  
Type: Writing  
Grade Levels: 6-8


Powered by iRubric Historic Journal Writing
Lewis and Clark Expedition
 

6 pts


10 pts


12 pts


15 pts

Historical facts

Sufficent historical facts are incorporated in the journal entry ( Minimum 250 -500 words for each journal entry )

6

very few historical facts are present
10

Historical facts are minimal and do nothing to add to the story and present a plausibe event. Less than 250 words
12

Historical facts are present, they are sufficent in that they add to the story and present a plausible event. ( people, place, geography)
15

Historical facts are numerous, they add quality to the story and present a plausible event. ( people , place setting, weather , year and sights).
Writters Craft

Students used descriptive language and detailed accurate descriptions

6

Descriptive language is missing. Descriptions lack detail.
10

Descriptive langauge is used but clumsy. Descriptions are present but lack detail.
12

Descriptive language is used to describe the author's environment and the description are detailed and accurate.
15

Descriptive language is used to describe the aurthor's enviornment and a sense of awe is reflected in the writting. Descriptions are detailed and accurate. Historical phrasing is used creatively.
Knowledge

The journal entrys as a whole demonstrates the students understanding of the significance of the people and places involved in the Lewis and Clark Expedition.

6

The journal/diary demonstrates a fundamental lack of understanding of the time period
10

The journal/ diary demonstrates a minimal knowledge of the time period
12

The journal/newspaper demonstrates a satisfactory knowledge of the time period
15

The journal/ newspaper demonstrates an outstanding knowledge of the time period



Keywords:
  • Journal Writing


Types:





Do more with this rubric:

Preview

Preview this rubric.

Edit

Modify this rubric.

Copy

Make a copy of this rubric and begin editing the copy.


Print

Show a printable version of this rubric.

Categorize

Add this rubric to multiple categories.

Bookmark

Bookmark this rubric for future reference.
Assess

Test run

Test this rubric or perform an ad-hoc assessment.

Grade

Build a gradebook to assess students.

Collaborate

Apply this rubric to any object and invite others to assess.
Share

Publish

Link, embed, and showcase your rubrics on your website.

Email

Email this rubric to a friend.

Discuss

Discuss this rubric with other members.
 

Do more with rubrics than ever imagined possible.

Only with iRubrictm.


Copyright © 2021 Reazon Systems, Inc.  All rights reserved.
n109