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SED464: 12th Grade English Senior Project


Teacher Name: Ms. Bowman
Student Name:

CATEGORY

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Excellent 4 Proficient 3 Satisfactory 2 Unsatisfactory/Incomplete 1/0

19th
Century/Modern
Texts-Close
Reading &
Research

Student chose
two comparable
texts to analyze
and was able to
extrapolate a
19th century
social issue
from the text,
and compare it
with a modern
day problem.
Student
conducted
thorough
research on
both texts,
found significant
historical
information
regarding the
19th century
social issue,
and significant
information/data
regarding the
modern day
problem.
Research notes
were neatly
organized, easy
to read and
understand, and
thorough.

Student chose
two comparable
texts to analyze
and was able to
extrapolate a
19th century
social issue
from the text,
and compare it
with a modern
day problem.
Student
conducted an
adequate
amount of
research on
both texts,
found adequate
historical
information
regarding the
19th century
social issue,
and adequate
information/data
regarding the
modern day
problem.
Research notes
were fairly
organized, fairly
easy to read
and understand,
and acceptably
thorough.

Student chose two


comparable texts
to analyze and
was able to
extrapolate a 19th
century social
issue from the
text, and compare
it with a modern
day problem.
Student
conducted an
small amount of
research on both
texts, found
limited historical
information
regarding the 19th
century social
issue, and limited
information/data
regarding the
modern day
problem.
Research notes
were loosely
organized,
readable and
understandable,
and had limited
thoroughness.

Student did not chose two comparable


texts to analyze OR chose only one text
and was not able to extrapolate a 19th
century social issue from the text, and
was not able to compare it with a
modern day problem. Student did not
conducted more than a limited amount
of research on both texts, found
adequate historical information
regarding the 19th century social issue,
and did not find more than a limited
amount of information/data regarding
the modern day problem. Research
notes were not organized, not readable
and not understandable, and were not
considered thorough in at least a limited
way.

Research
Project Outline
& Research
Paper Rough
Draft

Student
formulated an
outstanding
outline with at
least 5 main
points, 4
supporting
points, and
various subpoints for each
main

Student
formulated an
acceptable
outline with at
least 4 main
points, 3
supporting
points, and
various subpoints for each
main

Student
formulated a
rough outline with
at least 3 main
points, 2
supporting points,
and some subpoints for each
main
point/supporting
point. Information

Student was not able to formulated a


rough outline with at least 3 main
points, 2 supporting points, and some
sub-points for each main
point/supporting point. Information was
not organized, not readable and not
understandable, and was not
considered thorough.

point/supporting
point.
Information was
neatly
organized, easy
to read and
understand, and
thorough.

point/supporting
point.
Information was
fairly organized,
easy to read
and understand,
and acceptably
thorough.

was loosely
organized,
readable and
understandable,
and had limited
thoroughness.

Research Paper
Rough Draft
Peer Edits

Student
performed at
least 3 peer
edits with
detailed,
organized, and
relevant
critiques that
had an
appropriate
academic and
objective tone
that were at
least 2
paragraphs in
length for each
peer review.

Student
performed at
least 2 peer
edits with
detailed,
organized, and
relevant
critiques that
had an
appropriate
academic and
objective tone
that were at
least 1
paragraph in
length for each
peer review.

Student
performed at least
1 peer edits with
detailed,
organized, and
relevant critiques
that had an
appropriate
academic and
objective tone that
were at least 3
sentences in
length for each
peer review.

Student did not performed at least 1


peer edits with detailed, organized, and
relevant critiques that had an
appropriate academic and objective
tone that was not at least 3 sentences
in length for each peer review.

Multi Media
Proposal

Student had a 1
page, wellwritten proposal
detailing the 4
multi media
components
they will use to
in their project
and
presentation.
Description of at
least 4 multi
media
components
had an
excellent
amount of
details.

Student had a 1
page proposal
with at least 3
multi media
components
they will use to
in their project
and
presentation.
Description of at
least 3 multi
media
components
had an
acceptable
amount of
details.

Student had a 1
page proposal
with at least 2
multi media
components they
will use to in their
project and
presentation.
Description of at
least 2 multi
media
components were
limited in details.

Student had a 1 page proposal detailing


at least 1 multi media components they
will use to in their project and
presentation.Description of at least 1
multi media components had an did not
have a minimum acceptable level of
limited details.

Multi Media
Project
Presentation

Student had
outstanding
presentation
that was well
organized,
integrated
technology in a
thoughtful way,
presented
exceedingly
relevant
information/data
clearly, was
exceptionally
creative, and
exceeded all
the parameters
of the project
assignment.
Student spoke
clearly, was

Student had a
good
presentation
that was
acceptably
organized,
integrated
technology in a
thoughtful way,
presented very
relevant
information/data
clearly, was
acceptably
creative, and
met all the
parameters of
the project
assignment.
Student spoke
clearly, was

Student delivered
an adequate
presentation that
was somewhat
organized,
integrated
technology in a
limited way,
presented
relevant
information/data,
was somewhat
creative, and met
at least half the
parameters of the
project
assignment.
Student spoke
clearly, was
somewhat
knowledgable in

Student delivered an incomplete or subpar presentation that was not


organized, did not integrated
technology in at least a limited way,
presented information/data that was not
relevant, was not creative, and did not
meet at least half of the parameters of
the project assignment. Student did not
speak clearly, was not knowledgable in
the subject areas, and did not exercise
acceptable time management.

very
knowledgable in
the subject
areas, and
exercised
outstanding
time
management.

knowledgable in
the subject
areas, and
exercised
acceptable time
management.

the subject areas,


and exercised
somewhat
acceptable time
management.

Multi Media
Project-Final

Students had
an excellent
multi media final
project that
exceeded all
parameters as
detailed on the
project
assignment
sheet. Project
was creative,
thoughtful, well
organized, well
articulated, well
written, and was
exceptionally
cohesive.

Students had
an proficient
multi media final
project that
exceeded most
of the
parameters as
detailed on the
project
assignment
sheet. Project
was creative,
thoughtful,
organized,
acceptably
articulated, well
written, and
cohesive.

Students had an
completed multi
media final project
that met most of
the parameters as
detailed on the
project
assignment sheet.
Project was
creative,
thoughtful,
organized,
acceptably
articulated,
acceptably
written, and
somewhat
cohesive.

Students did not submit a completed


multi media final project that met most
of the parameters as detailed on the
project assignment sheet. Project was
not considered to be creative,
thoughtful, organized, acceptably
articulated, acceptably written, or
somewhat cohesive.

Research
Paper-Final

Student
provided a well
written, 5 page
final research
paper. The
paper had a
clear thesis
statement and
thorough
documentation
that supported
the thesis
statement.
Student
discussed both
19th century
social issue and
modern day
problem, as a
comparison, in
a relevant and
thoughtful way.
Student
provided
outstanding
textual analysis
and quotation.
Paper followed
MLA
format/citation
rules and had a
Works Cited
page. Paper
had a strong
introduction and
conclusion.
There were no
grammatical,

Student
provided an
acceptably
written, 5 page
final research
paper. The
paper had a
clear thesis
statement and
thorough
documentation
that supported
the thesis
statement.
Student
discussed both
19th century
social issue and
modern day
problem, as a
comparison, in
a relevant and
thoughtful way.
Student
provided
acceptable
textual analysis
and quotation.
Paper followed
MLA format/
citation rules
and had a
Works Cited
page. Paper
had an
acceptable
introduction and
conclusion.

Student provided
a written, 5 page
final research
paper. The paper
had an identifiable
thesis statement
and
documentation
that supported the
thesis statement.
Student discussed
both 19th century
social issue and
modern day
problem as a
comparison.
Student provided
textual analysis
and quotation.
Paper followed
MLA
format/citation
rules and had a
Works Cited page.
Paper had an
introduction and
conclusion. There
were less than 5
grammatical,
spelling, or
syntactical errors.

Student did not provide a written, 5


page final research paper. The paper
did not have a identifiable thesis
statement and documentation that
supported the thesis statement. Student
did not discuss both the 19th century
social issue and modern day problem
as a comparison. Student provided did
not provide textual analysis and
quotation. Paper did not follow MLA
format/citation rules and did not have a
Works Cited page. Paper did not have a
introduction and conclusion. There were
more than 5 grammatical, spelling, or
syntactical errors.

spelling, or
syntactical
errors.

There were less


than 3
grammatical,
spelling, or
syntactical
errors.

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