A great way to get students interested in research is to allow them to use various types of media to present it. When students are getting bored with the same written research papers or assignments, switch things up by assigning a multi-media project!
This packet contains rubrics that can be used in any subject area to assess student multi-media projects. These rubrics are appropriate for Grades 6 - 8, Grades 9 - 12, and Higher Education. In fact, I designed these rubrics specifically for my Humanities 1101 classes. Even college freshmen like multi-media projects! These rubrics may be used in classes that require no formatting style, MLA, APA, or some other type of formatting style.
This packet also contains a peer review rubric. With this handy rubric, you can have students conduct peer reviews of each other's presentations. I have found peer review to be one of the most effective learning strategies in my writing classes, and I also find that it is effective when used with projects. The peer review rubric is written so that it can be used with multimedia projects and projects on project boards.
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