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iRubric: SlideShow Rubric for 6th Social Studies

iRubric: SlideShow Rubric for 6th Social Studies

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SlideShow Rubric for 6th Social Studies built by Macey57

Rubric Code: XXCA6C3
Identify cultural and economic developments in the United States from 1900 through the 1930s.
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Categories: Subjects: History  
Types: Project  
Grade Levels: 6-8


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  Poor
11 pts
Fair
14 pts
Good
17 pts
Excellent
20 pts
Oganization
Poor

Audience cannot understand presentation because the order is the slides/information is not in sequence. (all/most slides are not in order)
Fair

Audience has difficulty following the presentation because the information is slightly out of sequence. (few/some slides are not in order)
Good

Audience is able to understand and follow the sequence presented. (no slides are out of order)
Excellent

Audience is engaged and the information presented is in a logical and sequential order.
Content Knowledge
Poor

Student does not know the information and cannot answer questions about the presentation.
Fair

Student is uncomfortable with the information and is able to answer basic questions about the presentation.
Good

Students seems comfortable with information but is not able to fully elaborate answers to questions.
Excellent

Student demonstrates full knowledge of presentation and is able to fully discuss and elaborate when questions are asked.
Visuals
Poor

Student used no visuals.
Fair

Student used occasional visuals but the visuals did not support the presentation.
Good

Student used visuals related to the text and presentation.
Excellent

Student used the visuals to reinforce the text and presentation.
Mechanics
Poor

Presentation had four or more spelling/grammatical errors.
Fair

Presentation had three spelling/grammatical errors.
Good

Presentation had not more than two spelling/grammatical errors.
Excellent

Presentation had no spelling/grammatical errors.
Delivery
Poor

Student mumbled, mis-pronounced multiple terms, and/or spoke to quietly for the audience in the back of the room.
Fair

Student mis-pronounced a few to little terms and few audience members had difficulty hearing the presentation.
Good

Student spoke in a clear voice and mis-pronounced very few to one term(s).
Excellent

Student spoke in a clear and loud voice and made no mis-pronunciations.



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