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Name/Period__________________

AP Human Geography
Migration
Student Score__________/100

Migration Assessment
Directions:
You will create a written narrative based on the migration role you received in class.
Build a character, context, setting, and circumstance surrounding the role you have
been given. Be creative! Consider the history of your character, their goals,
aspirations, struggles, and achievements.
Be sure to include where your character is migrating from, where they are migrating
to, and why they are migrating. Think of the push and pull factors we have
discussed in class. Use key terms and concepts surrounding migration to create this
narrative. This narrative should be 2-3 pages, double-spaced. Read the attached
rubric for grading criteria and an understanding of expectations. Have fun!
Both you (the student) and I (the teacher) will use the following grading criteria
rubric to assess this writing. An average of the two scores will be marked in the
grade book.

Grading Criteria Rubric:


Criteria

100-90
Points

89-80
Points

79-70
Points

69-60
Points

59-50
Points

49 and
Below

Creates
connection
between
narrative and
concepts
Proper
understanding
and accurate
application of
at least 4 key
terms
Follows a
logical
progression
and sequence
of events

Loose
connection
between
narrative and
concepts
Proper
understanding
and accurate
application of
at least 3 key
terms
Follows a
relatively
logical
sequence of
events

Strained
Connection
between
narrative and
concepts
Proper
understanding
and accurate
application of
at least 2 key
terms
Lack of logical
progression in
the sequence
of events

Little to no
connection
between
narrative and
concepts
Proper
understanding
and accurate
application of
at least 1 key
term
Lack in
direction and
progression of
events

No connection
to concepts,
no work

Responds to
most portions
of the prompt
clearly and
completely

Responds
with limited
clarity to the
prompt

Responds
with little
clarity or
regard to the
prompt

Two or fewer
spelling or
punctuation
errors

Contains 3-5
spelling or
punctuation
errors

Contains 5-7
spelling or
punctuation
errors

Contains 7-12
spelling or
punctuation
errors

Responds
with very
little clarity
and does not
regard
prompt
Contains 1220 spelling or
punctuation
errors

Applies
critical
thinking, and
logic to
response.
Puts obvious
time and
energy into
creating a
unique and
relevant
narrative

Applies some
critical
thinking, and
logic into
response.
Puts time and
energy into
creating a
relevant
narrative

Applies little
critical
thinking or
logic to
response.
Puts some
time and
energy into
creating a
relevant
narrative

Applies little
evidence of
critical
thinking or
logic. Lack of
time and
energy into
creating a
relevant
narrative

Creates strong
Use of
connection
Geographical
between
Concepts
narrative and

Use of Key
Terminology

Organization

Response to
Prompt
(Character,
Setting, and
Context)
Spelling and
Punctuation

Creativity
and Critical
Thinking

concepts
Proper
understanding
and accurate
application of
at least 5 key
terms
Follows a
logical and
cohesive
progression
(beginning,
middle, end)
Responds to
each portion
of the prompt
clearly and
completely

Applies very
little evidence
of critical
thinking, little
use of logic.
Shows little or
no time and
energy into
creating a
relevant
narrative

No use of key
terms, no sign
of
understanding
No direction
or
progression of
events
No regard for
prompt or
clarity

Contains 20 or
more spelling
or
punctuation
errors
No evidence
of critical
thinking or
logic. No
energy into
the creation of
narrative