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The Trial of Louis XVI Rubric

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44--50

The project demonstrates an in depth understanding of the material. It is factually accurate, focused and clear.  The student’s position is solid, well reasoned, and supported with evidence.  They have anticipated counter arguments to their position.  The student has worked co-operatively with their group and gone above and beyond pulling their own weight.  The student was an active, engaged participant in the trial.  The reflective assignment has a well thought out, clear argument backed by solid evidence and reasoning.

 

 

35—43

 

The project demonstrates a relatively in depth understanding of the material with some minor flaws.  It is for the most part factually accurate, relatively focused and clear. The student’s position is relatively well reasoned, mostly supported with evidence, had some difficulty anticipating counter arguments to their position.  The student for the most part, worked well in their group and pulled their own weight.  The student was mostly actively engaged in the trial. The reflective assignment contained a relatively well thought out, and mostly clear argument backed by relatively solid evidence and reasoning.

 

 

22—34

The project work is only semi accurate, and the student’s overall understanding is only limited. The student’s research and presentation was not focused or clear and did not back up their position with solid evidence.  It is clear the student did not make a solid effort in researching their position. The student did not pull their weight in the group work and was no able to work co-operatively. The student was not actively engaged in the trial. The reflective assignment was lacking a fully developed argument with solid evidence, yet the student did make some what of an effort.

 

 

1—21

The project work is inaccurate and the students overall understanding is superficial. The student’s research and presentation was unorganized, not focused or clear and did not use solid evidence. The student put minimal to no effort into researching their position. The student did little to no work in their group.  The student was uninvolved in the trial.  The reflective assignment was poorly written and without a solid argument and evidence. The student did not make an effort.

0

No project was submitted.  Did not participate in the trial.

 


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