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Russia brochurerubric

  1. 1. St. Petersburg Brochure Rubric Total Grade: ______ 10 8 6 4 Slogan Includes a slogan that is catchy, creative, and would entice people to read further. Includes a slogan that is somewhat catchy and creative. Slogan is included. Missing slogan. Pictures/ Drawings Plenty of pictures/drawings are included. They are creative and add to the overall presentation. A sufficient amount of pictures/drawing are included. They help to enhance the overall presentation. There are some pictures/drawings. Does not contain enough pictures/drawings. Addresses the Questions All questions were addressed with accurate and descriptive detail. The brochure provides a thorough representation of St. Petersburg in this time period. Most questions were addressed with accurate and descriptive detail. The brochure provides a good representation of St. Petersburg in this time period. Some questions were addressed with accurate detail. The brochure is somewhat representative of St. Petersburg in this time period. Many questions were not addressed and/or there was little detail included. The brochure does not reflect St. Petersburg in this time period. Layout/ Effort/ Attention to Detail The brochure is creative, very neatly presented, and grammatically correct. The brochure is creative, and neatly presented. There are some grammatical errors. The brochure is neatly presented. There are some grammatical errors. Little effort appears to have been put into the layout/presentation of the brochure. There are many grammatical errors. Intended Audience The distinction is clearly made as to whether the intended audience is wealthy or of peasant stock. The distinction is made as to whether the intended audience is wealthy or of peasant stock. The intended audience can be deduced from reading the brochure, yet it was not overtly made clear. No distinction of intended audience was made.

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