Canadian History in the Twentieth Century


Appendix 2.6.2 Newsreel Evaluation Rubric: Research, Preparation, and Performance



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Appendix 2.6.2

Newsreel Evaluation Rubric: Research, Preparation, and Performance





Category

Level 1
(50-59%)


Level 2
(60-69%)


Level 3
(70-79%)


Level 4
(80-100%)


Knowledge/
Understanding

- demonstrates limited knowledge of topic in performance (1 or 2 significant facts relating to topic)

- demonstrates some knowledge of topic in performance (3 or 4 significant facts relating to topic)

- demonstrates considerable knowledge of topic in performance (5 or 6 significant facts relating to topic)

- demonstrates thorough knowledge of topic in performance (8 or more significant facts relating to topic)

Thinking/
Inquiry
(Research)

- demonstrates limited ability to form questions appropriate to the investigation (1 or 2 sound questions)

- demonstrates some ability to form questions appropriate to the investigation (3 or 4 sound questions)

- demonstrates considerable ability to form questions appropriate to the investigation (5 or 6 sound questions)

- demonstrates thorough competence in formation of questions appropriate to the investigation (7 or more sound questions)




- demonstrates limited ability to use appropriate sources (relies on 1 source; draws few adequate conclusions; relies on wording of source)

- demonstrates some ability to use appropriate sources (uses at least 2 sources; draws several adequate conclusions; is able to put some ideas into own words)

- demonstrates considerable ability to use appropriate sources (uses at least 3 sources; draws many adequate conclusions; is able to put most ideas into own words)

- demonstrates thorough competence in using appropriate sources (uses 4 or more sources; all conclusions drawn are appropriate; is able to put all ideas into own words)

Application
(Preparation)

- demonstrates limited ability to stay focussed on the task of preparation

- demonstrates some ability to stay focussed on the task of preparation

- demonstrates considerable ability to stay focussed on the task of preparation

- demonstrates thorough ability to stay focussed on the task of preparation




- demonstrates limited ability to work with others; limited initiative

- demonstrates some ability to work with others; some initiative

- demonstrates considerable ability to work with others; considerable initiative

- demonstrates thorough ability to work with others; constant initiative and leadership

Communication
(Performance)

- demonstrates limited ability to use appropriate symbols/visuals (1 or 2) and limited creativity in the design and construction of set

- demonstrates some ability to use appropriate symbols/visuals (3 or 4) and some creativity in the design and construction of set

- demonstrates considerable ability to use appropriate symbols/visuals (5 or 6) and considerable creativity in the design and construction of set

- demonstrates thorough competence in the use of appropriate symbols/visuals and painstaking creativity in the design and construction of set




- demonstrates limited ability to convey appropriate knowledge through performance

- demonstrates some ability to convey appropriate knowledge through performance

- demonstrates considerable ability to convey appropriate knowledge through performance

- demonstrates thorough competence in ability to convey appropriate knowledge through performance

Overall Level: Student Name:

Comments:

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.

Appendix 2.6.3

Report Evaluation Rubric





Category

Level 1
(50-59%)


Level 2
(60-69%)


Level 3
(70-79%)


Level 4
(80-100%)


Causes of the Depression
(Knowledge/
Understanding)

-demonstrates limited knowledge and understanding of causes of the Depression (knows 1 or 2)

-demonstrates some knowledge and understanding of the causes of the Depression (names 2 or 3)

-demonstrates knowledge and understanding of most of the causes of the Depression (names at least 4 causes)

-demonstrates thorough knowledge and understanding of the causes of the Depression (knows all the causes)

Impact of the Depression on Canada

(Knowledge/


Understanding)

-demonstrates limited knowledge and understanding of the impact of the Depression on Canada (can identify impact in 1 area)

-demonstrates some knowledge and understanding of the impact of the Depression on Canada (can identify some impact in 2 areas – social, political, economic)

-demonstrates considerable knowledge and understanding of the impact of the Depression on Canada (can identify at least 1 in impact all 3 areas)

-demonstrates thorough knowledge and understanding of the impact of the Depression on Canada (can identify significant impacts in all areas – social, political, economic)

Causes of the Second World War

(Knowledge/


Understanding)

-demonstrates limited knowledge and understanding of causes of WWII (names 1 or 2 )

-demonstrates some knowledge and understanding of the causes of WWII (names 1 or 2 and explains)

-demonstrates knowledge and understanding of most of the causes of WWII (names and explains at least 3 causes)

-demonstrates thorough knowledge and understanding of the causes of WWII (names and explains multiple causes world wide)

Canada’s contributions and their importance to Allied Victory

(Knowledge/


Understanding; Thinking/Inquiry; Application)

-demonstrates limited knowledge and understanding of Canada’s contributions to allied victory (can identify 1 or 2 important contributions at home and overseas)

-demonstrates some knowledge and understanding of Canada’s contributions to allied victory (can identify 3 or 4 important contributions, at home and overseas)

-demonstrates considerable knowledge and understanding of Canada’s contributions to allied victory (can identify many contributions at home, on land, at sea, in the air)

-demonstrates thorough knowledge and understanding of Canada’s contributions to allied victory(can identify all significant contributions at home, on land, at sea, in the air)




- demonstrates limited analysis/interpretation/
ability to draw conclusions (can make at least one connection between Canada’s contributions and the eventual Allied Victory)

- demonstrates some analysis/interpretation/
ability to draw conclusions (can make at least two connections between Canada’s contributions and the eventual Allied Victory)

- demonstrates considerable analysis/interpretation/
ability to draw conclusions (can make at least three connections between Canada’s contributions and the eventual Allied Victory)

- demonstrates high degree of analysis/ interpretation/
ability to draw conclusions (can make four or more connections between Canada’s contributions and the eventual Allied Victory)

How Canada was changed by our involvement in WWII

(Knowledge/


Understanding; Thinking/Inquiry; Application)

- demonstrates limited knowledge and understanding of how Canada was changed by WWII (1 or 2 examples of economic, political, social)

- demonstrates some knowledge and understanding of how Canada was changed by WWII (2-3 examples of economic, political, social)

- demonstrates considerable knowledge and understanding of how Canada was changed by WWII (4 examples of economic, political, social)

- demonstrates thorough knowledge and understanding of how Canada was changed by WWII (at least six significant examples of economic, political, social)

- provides limited analysis/interpretation

- provides some analysis/
interpretation

- provides considerable analysis/interpretation

- provides thorough analysis/
interpretation

- demonstrates limited ability to draw conclusions

- demonstrates some ability to draw conclusions

- demonstrates considerable ability to draw conclusions

- demonstrates high degree of ability to draw conclusions

How the Depression and WWII remind us of our Christian and human responsibilities

(Knowledge/


Understanding; Thinking/Inquiry; Application

- demonstrates limited knowledge and understanding of our human responsibilities

- demonstrates some knowledge and understanding of our human responsibilities

- demonstrates considerable knowledge and understanding of our human responsibilities

- demonstrates thorough knowledge and understanding of our human responsibilities

- provides limited analysis/
evaluation

- provides some analysis/
evaluation

- provides considerable analysis/
evaluation

- provides high degree of analysis/
evaluation

- demonstrates limited ability to draw conclusions (1 conclusion)

- demonstrates some ability to draw conclusions (2 conclusions)

- demonstrates considerable ability to draw conclusions (3 conclusions)

- demonstrates high degree of ability to draw conclusions (4 or more conclusions)

Written Communication

- of information and ideas



- demonstrates limited ability to communicate ideas in writing

- demonstrates some ability to communicate ideas in writing

- demonstrates considerable ability to communicate ideas in writing

- demonstrates thorough ability to communicate ideas in writing with a high degree of effectiveness

- proper grammar, spelling, sentence structure, diction

- demonstrates limited skills in grammar, spelling, sentence structure, and diction

- demonstrates some skills in grammar, spelling, sentence structure, and diction

- demonstrates considerable skills in grammar, spelling, sentence structure, and diction

- demonstrates high degree of skills in grammar, spelling, sentence structure, and diction

Formal requirements:

(typing, spacing, length, headings, title page, and information)



- demonstrates limited compliance with requirements

- demonstrates some compliance with requirements

- demonstrates considerable compliance with requirements

- demonstrates thorough compliance with requirements

Overall Level: Student Name;

Comments:

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.

Unit 3: 1946-1963 – The Pursuit of Prosperity, Security, and Unity


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