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Rubric for Historical Twitter project

Rubric for Historical Twitter project

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  • 1. Social Studies Project: Twitter How is my grade determined? C.C.S.Standards: 4 The figure you selected is someone we studied in class. The Writing Standards for Literacy in posts this person made to his/her Twitter page reflect actual History/Social Studies 6-12 thoughts that person may have had during the event he/she is Tweeting about. All of your Tweets are historical accurate and are Tweeted in an accurate chronological order. • Use technology, including the 3 The figure you selected is someone we studied in class. Most Internet, to produce and publish of the posts this person made to his/her Twitter page reflect writing and present the actual thoughts that person may have had during the event relationships between he/she is Tweeting about. Most of your Tweets are historical information and ideas clearly and accurate and are Tweeted in an accurate chronological order. The figure you selected is someone we studied in class. Most efficiently. 2 of the posts this person made to his/her Twitter page reflect • Draw evidence from actual thoughts that person may have had during the event informational texts to support he/she is Tweeting about although some may not be analysis, reflection, and research. historically appropriate. Some of your Tweets are historical accurate and are Tweeted in an accurate chronological order. • Gather relevant information from 1 The figure you selected is someone we studied in class. Too multiple print and digital sources, many of the posts this person made to his/her Twitter page do using search terms effectively. not reflect actual thoughts that person may have had during the event he/she is Tweeting about. A few of your Tweets are Comments: historical accurate and are Tweeted in an accurate chronological order.Next Steps:*Use more specific details when creating the profile.* Raise the level of your vocabulary*Double check your historical facts for accuracy

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