Evaluation

Students will be evaluated in a variety of ways:

  • Class participation – Oral, Partners, Peer Editing
  • Completed Worksheets, Graphic Organizers, Charts, etc.
  • Graded Writing Assignments – Summary & 3-Paragraph Letter
  • Student-Generated Learning Materials
  • Final Project PowerPoint Presentation Rubric
Assessment Rubric

 Students will be able to …

Not Good

1

Fair

2

Good

3

Excellent

4

Score

Describe the social and political conditions from the 1830’s - 1860’s in New England.

Student can give only a vague idea about what was happening socially or politically during this time.

Student can give 1 specific idea about what was happening socially or politically during this time.

Student can give 2 specific ideas about what was happening socially and politically during this time.

Student can give 3 specific ideas about what was happening socially and politically during this time.

 

 

Describe what motivated your reformer to work for change.

Student can give only a vague idea or way his/her reformer was working for change.

Student can give 1 specific idea and/or way his/her reformer was working for change.

Student can give 2 specific ideas and/or ways his/her reformer was working for change.

Student can give 3 specific ideas and/or ways his/her reformer was working for change.

 

 

Describe the positive/ negative effects that happened as a result of your reformer’s work.

Student can only give a vague idea about the positive or negative effects the reformer experienced as a result of working for change.

Student can give 1 idea about the positive or negative effects the reformer experienced as a result of working for change.

Student can give 2 ideas about the positive and/or negative effects the reformer experienced as a result of working for change.

Student can give 3 ideas about the positive and negative effects the reformer experienced as a result of working for change.

 

 

Explain why women decided to fight for their own rights.

 

Student can’t give any clear reasons why women decided to fight for their own rights.

Student can give 1 reason why women decided to fight for their own rights.

Student can give 2 reasons why women decided to fight for their own rights.

Student can give 3 or more reasons why women decided to fight for their own rights.

 

 

 

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