WebQuest

American Antebellum Reform Movements

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Use the following rubric to assess yourself and check to make sure your work is the best that it can be before you hand it in. The rubric will also be attached as a document. Download the document and highlight the scores you believe you honestly deserve as a result of the effort you put in and the quality of the work you are submitting. Don't forget to submit your own self-scored rubric along with your completed news article! 



Rubric

# Mastery (5-4) Proficient (3) Needs Improvement (2-1) Absent (0) Score
Historical Accuracy Historical accuracy is present. No missing and/or incorrect details regarding the time period. Student work goes above and beyond the expectations for historical accuracy; the entirety of the piece contains references to social nuances and vantage points that are unique to the era. Student work references historical events that are relative to the time period, making connections between the Antebellum era and previous eras. Student work makes new connections and expands upon the connections made in class. Historical accuracy is mostly present. Both main topic and supporting ideas are of the correct time period, with minor missing and/or incorrect details. Student work references social history that comes from the Antebellum era. Student work references historical events in the Antebellum era, but does not reference prior events. Student work is connected to the class discussions and connections made during class. Historical accuracy is barely present, but supporting details are not historically accurate. Student work contains descriptions of events or uses technology or social events that were not part of the time period or in a similar time period. Student work references events that occurred after the time period in question and does not include the Antebellum era. Student work is not connected to the class discussions and connections made during class. Historical Accuracy is absent. /5
Creativity News article is creative and engages the reader as a newspaper article would. News article is mostly creative and mostly engages the reader as a newspaper article would. News article is somewhat creative and slightly engages the reader as a newspaper article would. Creativity is absent. /5
Stays on Task Thoughts are clear and organized. Organization of ideas is clear and logical. Thoughts are somewhat clear and partially organized. Organization could use minor improvements. Thoughts are not clear and not organized. Major revisions to organization need to occur. Does not stay on task. /5
Grammar & Syntax Grammar and syntax follow the norms of conventional American English. Writing is clear and organized, leaving no thought unfinished. Grammar and syntax mostly follow the norms of conventional American English. Writing is clear and organized, leaving some thoughts unfinished. Grammar and syntax rarely follow the norms of conventional American English. Writing is clear and organized, leaving most thoughts unfinished. Grammar and syntax according to the conventions of standard written English are not followed. Most to all thoughts are not finished. /5

Total Score: /20

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