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1 rubric Compare/Contrast Essay: Book to movie       popup preview  
The purpose of this rubric is to allow the younger student to know what the expectations are for writing a comparing/contrasting essay. The student will compare and contrast the book Animal Farm to the movie of the same name.

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michozier
2 rubric Round Table Discussion Rubric       popup preview  
Scoring guide for grading daily participation in class round table discussion.

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mblandon77
3 rubric Yearbook Performance Evaluation       popup preview  
This rubric will help evaluate Yearbook members on a quarterly basis as part of their semester grade.

Grade levels:   9-12  
emrivers31
4 rubric Student Magazine Project       popup preview  
Create a magazine cover that looks like a real student magazine designed for CCTI students. Choose the title of the publication. Include a title, photo of YOU, headline article titles, and dateline. Be creative as well as professional. Be aware of the marketability and audience appeal of your magazine. Keep it interesting to anyone not only students that are already here, but Freshmen and any students interested in attending.

Grade levels:   9-12  
racovington
5 rubric Broadcast News Package       popup preview  
Students will produce a complete broadcast package. (Voice-over/soundbites/standup/B-roll)

Grade levels:   Undergrad  
Mom1then3
6 rubric 1 page article LAYOUT       popup preview  
Create a magazine editorial layout including article and original images.

Grade levels:   9-12  
ammzru
7 rubric Eucharist Essay       popup preview  

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mjohnson121
8 rubric Religion Essay       popup preview  

Grade levels:   9-12  
mjohnson121
9 rubric Yearbook Spread Evaluation       popup preview  
Students will acquire all of the elements necessary to produce a yearbook spread. All elements will be placed on spread and styles will be applied.

Grade levels:   9-12  
kashery
10 rubric Discussion Rubric       popup preview  
You will be expected to write clearly and engage others in discussion. The discussion boards in the course provide an opportunity to delve deeper into the topics. Text and images when appropriate may be necessary to fulfill the discussion requirements.

Grade levels:   Undergrad  
Drjkt1
11 rubric DNA & RNA Persuasive Essay       popup preview  
Write a persuasive argument using one of the given prompts. 1) DNA writes a love letter to RNA trying to persuade RNA to stay in the nucleus. 2) RNA writes a persuasive break-up letter to DNA. The essay must contain at least 3 fully developed paragraphs using all 20 vocabulary terms: DNA, mRNA, tRNA, rRNA, nucleus, amino acid, anticodon, guanine, cytosine, replication, transcription, translation, ribosome, nuclear pore, codon, polypeptide, thymine, adenine, uracil, protein.

Grade levels:   9-12  
Sherijo
12 rubric Concept Paper       popup preview  
Write a 3-5 page research paper on a chosen topic.

Grade levels:   Undergrad  
eunicealdana20
13 rubric Yearbook Spread Evaluation       popup preview  
Students will acquire all of the elements necessary to produce a yearbook spread. All elements will be placed on spread and styles will be applied.

Grade levels:   9-12  
AnaPacheco33
14 rubric Evaluating Role & Impact of Media On Presidential Elections       popup preview  
Student will create an essay documenting their perceptions of media influence on national election outcomes, i.e. identify specific media event(s), via research, that effected voter choice; evaluate validity of media issues addressed; develop rationale for opinions expressed; answer questions discussed regarding the existence of media bias; demonstrate understanding of topic and propose remedy if needed; provide logical conclusion with supporting documentation for proposed thesis/arguments.

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Yurianie123
15 rubric Persuasive Poster       popup preview  
Create a persuasive poster about an appropriate subject of your choice (within the realm of the teen issues unit as discussed in class and in handout material) The persuasive poster must include facts that would make me want to buy your product. You should incorporate persuasive strategies and strong words in your writing. Must also include powerful imagery to engage reader.

Grade levels:   6-8  
Puchalla1
16 rubric Magazine Cover Project       popup preview  
Create a magazine cover that looks like a real magazine. Choose the title of the publication. Then, be sure you include a title, photos, headline articles, dateline and follow a monthly theme. Be creative and make the finished product look as professional as possible. Be aware of the marketability and audience appeal of your magazine. Follow all your desktop publishing guidelines using InDesign and Photoshop. The final project must be an Indesign document.

Grade levels:   9-12  
baarnaiz
17 rubric Letter to the government       popup preview  
Write a letter to the government of Ontario explaining why single use plastic water bottles should be banned.

Grade levels:   6-8  
taniamunro
18 rubric Magazine Cover Project       popup preview  
Create a magazine cover that looks like a real magazine. Choose the title of the publication. Then, be sure you include a title, photos, headline articles, dateline and follow a monthly theme. Be creative and make the finished product look as professional as possible. Be aware of the marketability and audience appeal of your magazine. Follow all your desktop publishing guidelines using InDesign and Photoshop. The final project must be an Indesign document.

Grade levels:   9-12  
Mfelder76
19 rubric Internship Report Rubric       popup preview  
Use this rubric for grading student papers. Can be customized for any subject.

Grade levels:   Grad  
chefbshelby
20 rubric Student Magazine Project       popup preview  
Create a magazine cover that looks like a real magazine designed for Post Secondary and High School students. Choose the title of the publication (one that fits the theme). Include a title byline, photos, headline article titles, and publication date. Be creative as well as professional. Be aware of the marketability and audience appeal of your magazine. Keep it interesting to anyone potentially interested in the magazine's content.

Grade levels:   9-12  
Hbrooke
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