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Historical Figure's Reflective Journal Rubric


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Exceeds Expectations
Fully Meets Expectations
Minimally Meets Expectations
Not Yet Within
Expectations
Historical Figure’s Reflective Journal

(Written or Oral)

Entries convey evidence of many personal responses Both background vocabulary and unfamiliar vocabulary is used

Sophisticated understanding of content ideas are well developed in insightful and creative ways

Most entries convey evidence of some personal responses
Background vocabulary is used but few unfamiliar words are attempted

Solid understanding of content
Ideas are well developed
Information is accurate


One or more entries convey evidence of personal responses Background vocabulary is used but unfamiliar words are not attempted


Incomplete understanding of content
Ideas are underdeveloped
Some inaccurate information

Entries are impersonal
Vocabulary is weak
Incomplete or not attempted

Little understanding
of the content
Ideas not developed
Lack of information



Understanding of Historical Figure’s Point of View

Shows a thorough knowledge of the historical context relating to the Nisga’a land claim
Historical Figure’s point of view is clear and consistent

Shows a some knowledge of the historical context relating to Nisga’a land claims or Aboriginal land claim
Historical Figure’s point of view is presented

Shows a limited limited knowledge of the historical context related to the Nisga’a land claim
Historical Figure’s point of view is lacking

Shows almost no knowledge of the historical context related to the Nisga’a’s or Aboriginal land claim
Historical Figure’s point of view is not supported

Research
Highly evident that the Historical Figure’s life experiences personality and important issues were researched using a variety of relevant resources
Somewhat evident that the Historical Figure’s life experiences personality and important issues were researched using some variety of relevant resources
Very little evidence that the Historical Figure’s life experiences and personality and important issues were researched
Research relied one major resource

Entries are not accurate insufficient or no research resources used


Reader’s Theatre
Delivery with
Partner

Presented in a strong and poised manner speech clearly articulated
Engaging delivery which makes contact with the audience Excellent and appropriate expression

Presented in a confident manner speech is clearly articulated
A good delivery with frequent contact made with the audience
Good expression

Generally presented in an adequate manner but some speech is unclear
Little contact with audience
Poor and sometimes inappropriate
expression

Not presented in an adequate manner
Seems uninterested and does not connect with audience
Very poor and inappropriate expression

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Self Peer and Teacher Evaluation Rubric

Panel Presentation: Point of View in the DVD

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Exceeds
Expectations
Meets
Expectations

Minimally Meets
Expectations

Not Yet Within
Expectations

Working with others
Always contributes to group discussion
Always supports others
Always stays on task

Usually contributes to group discussion
Usually supports others
Usually stays on task

Sometimes contributes to group discussion
Sometimes supports others
Sometimes stays on task

Rarely listens to shares Rarely supports others
Rarely stays on task

Contributions
Routinely provides useful ideas when participating in the group and in classroom discussion

A definite leader who contributes a lot of effort

Usually provides useful ideas when participating in the group and in classroom discussion A strong group member who contributes some effort
Sometimes provides useful ideas when participating in the group and in classroom discussion

A satisfactory group member who does what is required

Rarely provides useful ideas when participating in the group and in classroom discussion

May refuse to participate

Focus on the Task
Consistently stays focused on the task and what needs to be done Very self-directed
Focuses on the task and what needs to be done most of the time
Other group members can count on this person

Focuses on the task and what needs to be done some of the time
Relies on other group members

Rarely focuses on the task and what needs to be done
Lets others do the work

Problem-solving
Actively looks for and suggests solutions to problems
Refines solutions suggested by others
Does not suggest or refine solutions but is willing to try out solutions suggested by others
Does not try to solve problems or help others solve problems





Paragraph Essay: Native Reserves in BC Rubric


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Exceeds
Expectations

Fully Meets
Expectations

Minimally Meets
Expectations

Not Yet Meeting
Expectations

Main Idea
Presently clearly expressively and with originality
Presented clearly
Presented with some clarity; some detail may be absent or unclear
Presentation is unclear and/or incomplete
Argument
Evidence

Supporting evidence is well chosen: clear complete accurate and demonstrating a depth of understanding of the topic
Supporting evidence is clearly and logically developed and demonstrates a sound understanding of the topic
Some supporting evidence is presented; some ideas may be irrelevant and / or unconvincing
Supporting evidence is underdeveloped or irrelevant and does not adequately support the main idea
Organization
Writing is well-structured with a compelling opening an informative middle and a satisfying conclusion
Writing is well-structured with a clear beginning middle and end
Organization is adequate but ineffective in parts; ideas are not always clearly connected
Writing is disorganized and frequently off-topic
Word Choice
Vocabulary

Word choice is precise and appropriate to the subject; vocabulary is varied and vivid
Word choice is appropriate to the subject; vocabulary is varied
Word choice is not always appropriate to the subject; vocabulary is “routine” and lacks variation
Word choice is often inappropriate and / or confusing; vocabulary is very limited and repetitive
Sentence Fluency / Conventions
Sentences are clear well-developed and complete; grammar punctuation and spelling are correct
Sentences are clear and complete; grammar punctuation and spelling are largely correct with no significant errors
Sentences are not consistently complete and /or well-developed; errors in grammar punctuation and spelling distract from ideas
Frequent sentence fragments and errors in grammar punctuation and spelling prevent the communication of ideas




Treaty Making Process: Creating a Magazine Article Rubric

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Exceeds Expectations
Fully Meets Expectations
Minimally Meets Expectations
Not Yet Meeting Expectations
Argument/Evidence
Supporting evidence is well-chosen demonstrating a depth of understanding
Supporting evidence is logically developed and demonstrates a sound understanding
Supporting evidence is presented and demonstrates some understanding
Supporting evidence is lacking and does not support the ideas
Compares a range of points of view on an issue
Compares a range of viewpoints and demonstrates significant connections between events and causes
Compares viewpoints and demonstrates connections between events and causes
Compares viewpoints and recognizes connections between events and causes
Views presented are not compared and connections between events and causes are not made
Working in a group
Contributes to group discussion supports others and stays on task
Usually contributes to group discussion supports others and stays on task
Sometimes contributes to group discussion supports others and stays on task
Rarely contributes to group discussion supports others and stays on task
Draws conclusions about an issue situation or topic
Draws significant conclusions about an issue situation or topic
Draws some conclusions about an issue situation or topic
Draws a conclusion about an issue situation or topic
Is unable to draw any conclusions about an issue situation or topic
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Stakeholders Visual Essay Marking Rubric

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Exceeding Expectations
Meeting Expectations
Minimally Meets Expectations


Not Meeting
Expectations

Introduction
Introduction clearly states the purpose in an engaging and creative way
Introduction clearly states the purpose
Introduction is vague or purpose is unclear
There is no real introduction to topic or no connection to the topic
Understand Content
Sophisticated understanding o fcontent ideas are well developed in insightful and/or creative ways
Solid understanding of content Ideas are well developed information is accurate
Limited understanding of content Ideas underdeveloped
Some information inaccurate

Almost no understanding of the content
Ideas not developed
Not enough information is included

Understand Context
Shows a thorough knowledge of the historical context taking into account the time period and world view/social culture and makes it clear to the audience
Uses general historical knowledge to put the information into context Has some understanding of the time period and passes that knowledge onto the audience
Limited use of historical knowledge is evident Shows little understanding of the time periods presented
Almost no knowledge of the historical context is evident
Research
A great variety of important resources used--video notes internet print books
Some variety of resources used--video notes and two or more sources
Relied on one major source (DVD or internet)
Inaccurate none or Insufficient resources used
Multimedia Format & Delivery
Effective use of software graphics colours fonts sound Properly used to develop and support main idea Creative and unique design--strong vision
Good use of software graphics colours fonts sounds Properly used to develop and support main idea Some variety in style with good flow
Use of software is uneven transitions are choppy Visuals and text not clearly connected with each other or the main ideas
Little or no visuals (pictures) Software used ineffectively

Residential Schools Reflective Blog Rubric

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Exceeds Expectations
Fully
Meets Expectations

Minimally Meets Expectations
Not Yet Within Expectations
Blogs Posted
Five blog entries
Four blog entries
Three blog entries
Two or less blog entries
Critical Thinking
Extensive
engagement and critical thinking insofar as the issues found on web sites go strongly demonstrating understanding of the challenges faced by Aboriginal people

Some
engagement and critical thinking insofar as the issues found on web sites go demonstrating understanding of the challenges faced by Aboriginal people

Limited
engagement and critical thinking insofar as the issues found on web sites go demonstrating some understanding of the challenges faced by Aboriginal people

Little or no engagement and critical thinking insofar as
the issues found on web sites go little or no understanding shown of the challenges faced by Aboriginal people

Personal Reflection
Extensive evidence of personal reflection of the challenges faced by Aboriginal peoples
Some
personal reflection of the challenges faced by Aboriginal peoples

Limited personal
reflection of the challenges faced by Aboriginal peoples

Little or no personal
reflection of the challenges faced by Aboriginal peoples

Blog Readability
Strong evidence of excellent command of grammar and punctuation
Some evidence of grammar & punctuation command are evident
Spelling & punctuation is such that blogs can be read with a little difficulty
Readability is below par




Peer Review Blog Rubric

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Exceeds Expectations
Fully
Meets Expectations

Minimally Meets Expectations
Not Yet Within Expectations
Peer
Connections



Five blogs all demonstrating strong
connections to blogs written by peers on the challenges faced by Aboriginal peoples

Four blogs demonstrating some critical connections to blogs written by peers on the challenges faced by Aboriginal peoples
Three blogs
that have connections to blogs written by peers on the challenges faced by Aboriginal peoples

Two or less blogs that have connections to blogs written by peers on the challenges faced by Aboriginal peoples


Blogs Posted
Five peer reviews demonstrating critical reflection on the challenges faced by Aboriginal peoples
Four peer reviews demonstrating critical reflection on the challenges faced by Aboriginal peoples
Three peer reviews demonstrating critical reflection on the challenges faced by Aboriginal peoples
Two or less peer reviews; very little reflection on the challenges faced by Aboriginal peoples
Blog Readability
Strong evidence of excellent command of grammar and punctuation
paragraphs are complete with topic sentences and supporting details

Some evidence of grammar & punctuation command
paragraphs are complete with topic sentences and supporting details

Limited evidence of grammar and punctuation command
paragraphs are sometimes complete with topic sentences and supporting details

Little or no evidence of grammar and punctuation command
Paragraphs are not complete

Adapted from a rubric found at http://edwebsdsuedu/courses/edtec296/assignments/blog_rubrichtml


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