After your timeline is completed and you’ve presented to the class, it is time to be evaluated. This will be an individual evaluation. Your timeline will be evaluated on whether or not your events are in chronological order, on your captions and annotations, on your creativity, and finally you will also be graded on your presentation. Everything is outlined in the rubric below.
|*||Sequence of Events||Student’s timeline is in the correct sequence of events, is complete, has a large quantity of information (25 points)||Student’s timeline has no errors in the sequence of events, is complete, but has minimal information (15 points)||Student’s timeline has an incorrect sequence of events or is incomplete (5 points)||_____/25|
|*||Captions/ Annotations||Student’s timeline is very informative with captions and dates under every event on their timeline (25 points)||Student’s timeline included captions and some dates under their events (15 points)||Student included minimal captions or did not include dates under each event on timeline (5 points)||_____/25|
|*||Creativity||The design of the timeline was unique and contained unique details (25 points)||The design of the timeline was interesting and detailed (15 points)||The design of the timeline lacks interest or details (5 points)||_____/25|
|*||Presentation||The student spoke very clearly, loud enough, was very well organized, and presentation was long enough (25 points)||The student’s presentation was spoke clearly and was well organized, but was not long enough (15 points)||The student’s presentation was very short, spoke unclearly, and was poorly organized (5 points)||_____/25|
Total Score: _____/100