Once the research has been written down in the , organized on the , and rough drafts written on the , now the begins! These checklists and rubrics are detailed for any grade level and come non-editable and editable.
There are 5 different checklists/rubrics that are perfect for any research paper and ALL OF THEM come in an editable form:
- - This checklist is for when students create a head folder of their Famous American. They will use a folded-in-half piece of construction paper (as the body) and add a head on top and decorate it as a "bust" of their hero. They will staple their final research paper (typed copy) inside.
- - Students will use this directions sheet to create a one-page google slide about their Famous American. All students in the class can compile their slides to make a "class book" to be shown at Open House or anytime you want to show it.
- - Teacher will take each students' slide and use this rubric to grade it.
- - Teacher will use this rubric when students are presenting their 30-second memorized speech to the class about their Famous American. They will be graded on: Memorization, Content Writing, Fluidity, and Characterization.
- - This checklist/rubric encompasses all of the parts of this unit into one final major grade. It includes 5 different sections for the grade: the Head Folder and Information Folder, the Final Research Report, the Google Slide Class Book, the Wax Museum Presentation/Speech, and Project Responsibility.
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