Who Was Jack the Ripper?



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Task

Emerging

Approaching Expectations

Meets Expectations

Exceeds Expectations

Read “Who Was Jack the Ripper” and answer questions.

All questions are answered. High number of errors interferes with understanding.

All questions are answered. Most are correct. Errors do not interfere with understanding.


All questions are answered correctly. There are few errors in capitalization, punctuation, spelling and grammar.

All answers are correct and show thought and insight. Minimal errors show good editing.

Slide 1: Given Vocabulary Word

Word is listed and defined, but slide is missing required details. There are a high number of errors in punctuation, grammar, capitalization and/or spelling.

Word is correctly defined and most of required details are present. Errors are few, but may impede understanding.

Word is correctly defined. Part of speech, definition, synonyms, antonyms, quote from the article with the word in context, new sentence using the word properly and picture are included. Few errors.

Word is correctly and clearly defined. All required details are included. Picture included enhances understanding of the word. Errors are minimal.

Slide 2: Group chosen vocabulary word.

Word is inappropriate (too easy or not from the text). Word is listed and defined, but slide is missing required details. There are a high number of errors in punctuation, grammar, capitalization and/or spelling.

Appropriate word is chosen. Word is correctly defined and most of required details are present. Errors are few, but may impede understanding.

Word is correctly defined. Part of speech, definition, synonyms, antonyms, quote from the article with the word in context, new sentence using the word properly and picture are included. Few errors.

Word is correctly and clearly defined. All required details are included. Picture included enhances understanding of the word. Errors are minimal.

Slide 3: Research and suspects.

Slide does not list three suspects or does not identify one true Jack. Clues are missing or do not support the suspect. Research is incomplete. Errors distract from content.

Slide lists three suspects and identifies one Jack, but does not support selection with sufficient evidence. Demonstrates some research. Some errors, but do not distract from content.

Slide lists three suspects and provides evidence to support selection of one true Jack. Demonstrates research. Limited errors.

Slide lists three suspects and provides compelling, evidence-based argument for one true Jack’s identity. Minimal or no errors.


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