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RUBRIC: ORAL HISTORY PROJECT (108 pts)

Criteria
INDIVIDUAL
CONTRIBUTIO
N
X8
Historical
Understanding
(breadth,
depth,
significance,
accuracy)
X4

Transcript
X4
Interview &
recording
(-10 if not
present for
interview)

Student contributes significantly to


the overall project, including
research, planning and presentation.

Student contributes to all aspects of


project.

Student does not significantly


contribute to all aspects of
project.

Student contributes very little


to all aspects of project.

A wide variety of information is


presented to provide the audience
with an adequate understanding of
the topic(s) of the interview. The
information presented is accurate,
and is relevant to the topic(s).
Information is detailed. The
significance of the topic(s) is
specific, thoroughly and articulately
explained, and accurate. Narrative
is approximately 750-1000
words.
Transcript follows required format
and has few, if any, errors in
accuracy. Transcript includes
entirety of interview (up to 1 hr
long).
Interview is at least 45 minutes
long, and recorded appropriately in
audio or video format. A minimum
of 2 group members were present
for the interview and Interview
Release form (or reasons for not
signing) are submitted.

Some varying information is


provided which helps the audience
to understand the topic(s) of the
interview. The information
presented is mostly accurate, but
the subject matter strays from the
topic(s). Information is general.
The significance of the topic(s) is
thoroughly and articulately
explained, and mostly accurate.
Narrative may be minimally
short.
Transcript mostly follows required
format and has few errors in
accuracy. Transcript includes
entirety of interview (up to 1 hr
long).
Interview is at least 40 minutes
long, and recorded appropriately in
audio or video format. A minimum
of 2 group members were present
for the interview and Interview
Release form (or reasons for not
signing) are submitted.

Information provided is narrow;


only one or two examples
relating to the topic(s) is
provided. The information
presented contains many errors.
Very few details are provided.
The significance of the topic is
attempted. Narrative is a
minimum of 500 words.

There is not enough


information provided in order
to understand the topic(s).
No information is presented,
or the information is
plagiarized. No information
is provided. The significance
of the topic(s) is not
attempted. Narrative is
less than 500 words.

Transcript does not follow


required format at times and
has errors in accuracy.
Transcript may not include
entirety of interview.
Interview is at least 35 minutes
long. Interview may not have
been recorded appropriately. A
minimum of 2 group members
may not have been present for
the interview. Interview Release
form (or reasons for not signing)
may not have been submitted.

Website design is creative and


visually attractive. Website includes
all mandatory parts: home page,
navigation bar, transcript, recording
and historical narrative. Website
may include additional creative
elements. Website is well-organized.
All members of the group present
equally. Reflection on interview
topics and oral history process is
detailed and evident. Students
analyze validity and usefulness of
oral history as a historical source.

Website demonstrates some


creativity, using conventional ideas.
Website includes all mandatory
parts: home page, navigation bar,
transcript, recording and historical
narrative. Website is wellorganized.
Some members of the group
dominate the presentation.
Reflection on interview topics and
oral history process is evident.
Students somewhat analyze validity
and usefulness of oral history as a

Website demonstrates few


creative elements. Website
includes all mandatory parts:
home page, navigation bar,
transcript, recording and
historical narrative. Website is
not clearly organized.
All members of the group
present. Reflection on
interview topics and oral history
process is not very evident.
Students analyze validity and
usefulness of oral history as a

Transcript does not follow


required format and has
many errors in accuracy.
Transcript does not include
entirety of interview.
Interview is shorter than 30
minutes long. Interview was
not recorded appropriately. A
minimum of 2 group
members were not present
for the interview. Interview
Release form (or reasons for
not signing) were not
submitted.
Website does not incorporate
creative elements. Website
includes all mandatory parts:
home page, navigation bar,
transcript, recording and
historical narrative. Website
is not clearly organized.
One or more members of the
group does not participate in
the presentation. Reflection
on interview topics and oral
history process is not
evident. Students do not

X2
Website
Design
X4

Presentation
X3

RUBRIC: ORAL HISTORY PROJECT (108 pts)

Bibliography
X2

Presentation is 6-8 minutes long.


Students speak loudly and clearly.

historical source. Presentation


may be up to 1 minute short.
Students speak mostly loudly and
clearly.

historical source in a limited


manner. Presentation may be
up to 2 minutes short. Students
may not speak loudly or clearly.

Bibliography in correct MLA format


is included on website. Bibliography
includes at least 3 reliable sources.

Bibliography is included on website.


In MLA format with some formatting
errors. Bibliography includes at
least 3 reliable sources.

Bibliography is present on
website, but with significant
formatting errors. Bibliography
does not include at least 3
reliable sources.

analyze validity and


usefulness of oral history as a
historical source.
Presentation is more than 2
minutes short. Students do
not speak loudly or clearly
Incomplete bibliography
included on website.
Bibliography is not in MLA
format.