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Haiku Six Traits of Writing Rubric
This rubric has been modified specifically for Haikus about cherry blossom trees. Students can earn a possible 18 points. The rubric assesses the Six Traits as they pertain to Haikus. Also, the steps of the writing process are assessed. This rubric is in line with the Haiku Six Traits of Writing Che
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China RAFT assignment. Common Core Aligned! Editable Version!
Resource includes five different RAFT possibilities for students to choose from or for you to assign. Rubric is also included for easy grading. Editable version allows you to change any of the RAFT information or the Rubric. RAFT covers Mao Zedong to Tiananmen Square. Aligns with Common Core for ELA
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Communist China  Parody Rubric
This rubric guides students in writing a parody of a song they choose. After researching Communist China, student rewrite their song with lyrics telling about the events establishing Communist China, including Mao Zedong, the Great Leap Forward, the Cultural Revolution and the Massacre at Tienanmen
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Hideyoshi Writing Activity
Research instructions, directions, and a rubric for this assignment. Based on the Hideyoshi family (World History). In MS Word format so adjustments may be made as necessary.
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AP World History DBQ: China
Want to get your AP students prepared for the AP World History exam? One of the best ways to do so is to teach them how to write a proper DBQ. This DBQ packet asks students to evaluate the extent to which the emergence of belief systems contributed to maintaining continuity as well as fostering chan
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Continuity and Change AP Essay Project (China)
This essay, designed for AP World History students, asks students to write an essay in regards to the continuities and changes in the cultural and political life of China from the end of the 6th century C.E. to the end of the 16th century C.E. In addition, students are asked to create a 2D or 3D pie
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Research Aisa Project Differentiated
This is a differentiated research project where the students do research on certain aspects of Asia. This includes topics from the five themes of geography (human environmental interaction, location, etc.). For students who are at a lower tier, there are very basic topics such as the Three Gorges Da
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