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What makes history? What is a primary source? Who determines historical accuracy?
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Rubric for Presentation

Your presentation must include the following:

2-4 minutes verbally in front of class

Appropriate Power Point with general information, pictures, any other items needed to make your interviewee come alive.

 

Tips for a good presentation

This short video give a lot of good suggestions for a good presentation.

 

Rubric for Written Report

Included in Written Report

1.  All brainstorming, rough drafts, revisions, and the publish copy.

2.  Interview form filled out and signed by interviewee.

3.  MLA Format for publish copy.

Evaluation of your paper will be in all three IBMYP Criteria: A, B, and C

Each of the three below have the description from 7,8 in the 10 point scale.

A: Ideas: The student has a well-defined and manageable topic.  The main idea is easily understood by the reader.  Information shows insight into the topic.  The writer has carefully chosen details that clearly explain the main idea.

B. Organization:  The organizational structure works well for the topic, purpose and audience.  The lead introduces the reader to the paper and the conclusion wraps up the main points in an effective way.  Sequencing strengthens the message; nothing is out of place.  Transitions smoothly connect ideas. 

C. Style and Language Mechanics: Writing evokes a personal tone, flavor or feeling that engages the reader using a voice that stands out from the others.  Well-chosen words and a variety of strong verbs and sensory words create images.  Sentences create a smooth flow that is easy to read aloud with expression.  Conventions are used correctly and make the writing easy to understand.  There is little need for editing. 

 
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