Evaluation

Task/Objective

Beginning

Developing

Qualified

Exemplary

Score

Paper - 2.01 Locate and describe American Indians in North Carolina, past and present.

Paper is 130 points.

*Does not describe aspects of life in specific region.

*Description is not historically accurate.

*Description has many errors.

 

*Somewhat describe aspects of life in specific region.

*Parts of the description is not historically accurate.

*Description has some errors.

 

*Describes aspect of life in a specific region.

*Description is historically accurate.

*Description has few errors.

 

*Clearly describes aspects of life in a specific region.

*Description is detailed and historically accurate.

*Description has no errors or very few errors.

 

 

Paper - 2.03 Describe the similarities and differences among people of North Carolina, past and present.

*Describes few or no similarities and differences.

*Shows limited or no creativity.

*Description has many errors.

 

*Describes some similarities and differences.

*Shows fair creativity.

*Description has some errors.

 

*Describes several similarities and differences.

*Shows good creativity.

*Description has few errors.

 

*Describes many similarities and differences.

*Shows no excellent creativity.

*Description has no errors or very few errors.

 

 

Paper - 2.04 Describe how different ethnic groups have influenced culture, customs and history of North Carolina.

*Fails to highlight an aspect of North Carolina history.

*Shows limited creativity and is historically accurate.

*Description has many errors.

 

*Somewhat highlights an aspect of North Carolina's history.

*Description is somewhat creative, but several parts are inaccurate.

*Description has some errors.

 

*Highlights an aspect of North Carolina's history.

*Description is creativity and historically accurate.

*Description has few errors.

 

*Clearly highlights an aspect of North Carolina's history.

*Description is very creative and historically accurate.

*Description has no errors or very few errors.

 

 

Paper - 5.01 Use correct capitalization (e.g., names of languages, nationalities,
musical compositions) and punctuation (e.g.,
commas in a series, commas in
direct address,
commas and quotation marks in dialogue, apostrophes in
possessives).

 

*Fails to use capitalization, and punctuation.

*Somewhat uses capitalization and punctuation.

*Uses capitalization and punctuation greatly.

*Uses capitalization and punctuation throughout correctly.

 

Paper - 5.02 Demonstrate understanding in speaking and writing by appropriate
usage of:

  • pronouns.
  • subject/verb agreement.
  • verb tense consistency.
  • subject consistency.

 

*Fails to use pronouns, subject verb agreement, verb tense consistency and/or subject consistency.

*Somewhat uses pronouns, subject verb agreement, verb tense consistency and/or subject consistency.

*Uses pronouns, subject verb agreement, verb tense consistency and/or subject consistency greatly.

*Uses pronouns, subject verb agreement, verb tense consistency and/or subject consistency throughout correctly.

 

Paper - 5.03 Elaborate information and ideas in writing and speaking by using:

  • simple and compound sentences.
  • regular and irregular verbs.
  • adverbs.
  • prepositions.
  • coordinating conjunctions

 

*Fails to use simple and compound sentences, regular, irregular adverbs, preposition, and/or coordinating conjunctions.

*Somewhat uses simple and compound sentences, regular, irregular adverbs, preposition, and/or coordinating conjunctions.

*Uses simple and compound sentences, regular, irregular adverbs, preposition, and/or coordinating conjunctions greatly.

*Uses simple and compound sentences, regular, irregular adverbs, preposition, and/or coordinating conjunctions throughout correctly.

 

Paper - 5.04 Compose multiple paragraphs with:

  • topic sentences.
  • specific, relevant details.
  • logical progression and movement of ideas.
  • coherence.
  • elaboration.
  • concluding statement related to the topic.

 

*Fails to use topic sentences, specific, relevant details, logical progression, movement of ideas, coherence, elaboration, and/or concluding statement related to the topic.

*Somewhat uses topic sentences, specific, relevant details, logical progression, movement of ideas, coherence, elaboration, and/or concluding statement related to the topic.

*Uses topic sentences, specific, relevant details, logical progression, movement of ideas, coherence, elaboration, and/or concluding statement related to the topic greatly.

*Uses topic sentences, specific, relevant details, logical progression, movement of ideas, coherence, elaboration, and/or concluding statement related to the topic throughout correctly.

 

Coin or Paper Bill

Coin or Paper Bill is 40 points

*Fails to create a coin or paper bill.

*Fails to create a coin or paper bill based on assigned topic.

*Fails to be creative.

*Not neat

 

*Somewhat create a coin or paper bill.

*Somewhat create a coin or paper bill based on assigned topic.

*Somewhat creative.

*Somewhat Neat

*Creates a good coin or paper bill.

*Creates a good coin or paper bill based on assigned topic.

*Good creativity

*Good form of Neatness

*Creates an excellent coin or paper bill.

*Creates an excellent coin or paper bill based on assigned topic.

*Excellent creativity.

*Excellent form of Neatness

 

Guides = Participation Grade

Guides is 30 points

(Students will complete two guides. One guide will be the history guide of their group. The other guide will be on their assigned section. The guides will be 15 points each for a total of 30 points. )

*Fails to complete guides.

*Sloppy Handwriting

*Student fails to use their own words.

*The student fails to write or draw creative brainstorming idea(s).

 

*Somewhat complete guides.

*Somewhat neat handwriting.

Student tries to use their own words.

*The student tries to write or draw creative brainstorming idea(s).

*Completes the guide with some errors.

*Neat handwriting.

*The students use their own words for the most part.

*The student writes or draws creative brainstorming idea(s) in a good manner.  

*Complete guide without errors.

*Excellent Handwriting

Student writes in their own words.

*The student creates or writes or draws creative brainstorming idea(s) in an excellent manner.

 

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