World War I Introduction
How and why did the world become inflamed with war?
Evidence
Assessment will come from the worksheets students do individually, the timelines created by the groups and the presentations.

    Making A Poster : Causes of World War I


CATEGORY
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Use of Class Time
Used time well during each class period. Focused on getting the project done. Never distracted others.
Used time well during each class period. Usually focused on getting the project done and never distracted others.
Used some of the time well during each class period. There was some focus on getting the project done but occasionally distracted others.
Did not use class time to focus on the project OR often distracted others.
Graphics -Clarity
Graphics are all in focus and the content easily viewed and identified from 6 ft. away.
Most graphics are in focus and the content easily viewed and identified from 6 ft. away.
Most graphics are in focus and the content is easily viewed and identified from 4 ft. away.
Many graphics are not clear or are too small.
Graphics - Relevance
All graphics are related to the topic and make it easier to understand. All borrowed graphics have a source citation.
All graphics are related to the topic and most make it easier to understand. All borrowed graphics have a source citation.
All graphics relate to the topic. Most borrowed graphics have a source citation.
Graphics do not relate to the topic OR several borrowed graphics do not have a source citation.
Required Elements
The poster includes all required elements as well as additional information.
All required elements are included on the poster.
All but 1 of the required elements are included on the poster.
Several required elements were missing.
Content - Accuracy
At least 7 accurate facts are displayed on the poster.
5-6 accurate facts are displayed on the poster.
3-4 accurate facts are displayed on the poster.
Less than 3 accurate facts are displayed on the poster.

Date Created: December 13, 2008