Canadian History in the Twentieth Century


Appendix 1.2.3 Rubric for the 1900-1928 Scrapbook



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Appendix 1.2.3

Rubric for the 1900-1928 Scrapbook


Criteria

Level 1
(50-59%)


Level 2

(60-69%)

Level 3

(70-79%)

Level 4

(80-100%)

Ability to select important dates and events and to place them on a timeline in chronological order

- a few dates and events were selected and some were placed in chronological order

- some events and dates were selected and placed in chronological order

- twenty important events were selected and placed on the timeline effectively

- twenty important events were selected and placed on the timeline very effectively

Ability to draw conclusions based on relevant pictures or photographs from the 1900-1928 time period

- few conclusions were drawn

- selected pictures had limited relevance



- some conclusions were drawn

- selected pictures had some relevance



- good conclusions were effectively drawn

- selected pictures were relevant



- good conclusions were very effectively drawn

- selected pictures were very relevant



Ability to research information about a prime minister and another Canadian personality in the 1900-1928 time period

- research was limited

- interpretation of the researched material was limited



- research was moderate

- interpretation of the researched material was moderate



- research was considerable

- interpretation of the researched material was good



- research was very considerable

- interpretation of the researched material was very good



Ability to communicate in written paragraph form in the scrapbook

- written communication demonstrated limited effectiveness

- written communication demonstrated some effectiveness

- written communication demonstrated considerable effectiveness

- written communication demonstrated a high degree of effectiveness

Ability to apply the concept of cause-and-effect to a situation in the 1900-1928 time period

- the application of the concept demonstrated limited effectiveness

- the application of the concept demonstrated moderate effectiveness

- the application of the concept demonstrated considerable effectiveness

- the application of the concept demonstrated a high degree of effectiveness

Ability to distinguish between a primary source and a secondary source of information

- a limited knowledge of the terms primary and secondary sources was demonstrated

- some knowledge of the terms primary and secondary sources was demonstrated

- considerable knowledge of the terms primary and secondary sources was demonstrated

- thorough knowledge of the terms primary and secondary sources was demonstrated

Ability to make a comparison between a person, group, or event in the 1900-1928 time period and a person, group, or event in the present time period

- the comparison demonstrated limited effectiveness

- the comparison demonstrated moderate effectiveness

- the comparison demonstrated considerable effectiveness

- the comparison demonstrated a high degree of effectiveness

Overall Level: Student Name:

Strengths:

Areas to Review:

Next Steps:
Note: A student whose achievement is below level 1 (50%) has not met the expectations for this assignment or activity.

Activity 3: Canada’s Involvement in World War I

Time: 240 minutes

Description


In this activity students study Canada’s involvement in the global community. They investigate how outside forces and events have influenced Canada’s policies. In the light of Gospel values, students discuss technological changes in warfare and the ethics of warfare. The students come to a better understanding of causation by examining the difference between a remote and an immediate cause.

Strand(s) and Expectations


Ontario Catholic School Graduate Expectations: CGE2a, 3f.

Strand(s): Communities: Local, National, and Global; Change and Continuity; Methods of Historical Inquiry

Overall Expectations: CGV.02, CCV.02, MIV.01, MIV.02.

Specific Expectations

CG2.03 - describe the influence of Great Britain and Europe on Canadian policies from 1900 to the present;

CG4.01 - explain how Canada became involved in World War I and World War II after researching the causes of the two wars;

CC2.03 - describe the technological innovations that have changed the way war has been fought in the twentieth century;

MI1.01 - use terms related to historical organization and inquiry correctly (e.g., chronology, cause-and-effect, short- and long-term consequences, interpretation);

MI1.02 - use who, what, where, when, why, and how questions effectively when researching historical topics and issues;

MI2.02 - use technology (e.g., computer databases, Internet) effectively when researching Canadian history topics;

MI2.03 - record and organize information effectively using notes, lists, concepts, webs, timelines, organizers, charts, maps, graphs, and mind maps.




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