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This lesson will explore the role and responsibilities of a free press and internet. This lesson covers the role communication inventions have on the freedom press and speech in the United States and how modern communication innovations make the world seem flat. Student create times lines and venn diagrams to compare and contrast communication innovation such as the Printing Press vs. Internet.
This resource was reviewed using the Curriki Review rubric and received an overall Curriki Review System rating of 3, as of -0001-11-30.
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|3||Your response demonstrates complete understanding of the prompt.|
Your response answers all parts of the question.
Your response provides 2 examples or textual evidence to support the positive and negative impact of both the Gutenberg Printing Press and Internet.
|2||Your response demonstrates understanding of the prompt.|
Your response answers most parts of the question.
Your response provides some examples and textual evidence to support your answer.
Your response may provide some examples and details that do not support your answer.
|Minimal (below basic)||1||Your response demonstrates limited understanding of the prompt.|
Your response provides few examples and textual evidence to support your answer.
Your response includes unrelated and inaccurate examples and details.
|No Credit||0||Your response in incorrect or not legible.|
|Mastery (3) - |
|Proficient (2) - |
|Minimal (1) - |
|Text and research for comparison.||All comparisons are text and research based.||Most comparisons are text and research based.||few or none of the comparisons are text or research based|
|Placements of comparison statements.||All statements of similarities are placed in the overlapping center space. All statements of differences are placed in the opposite outer circle.||Most statements are placed in the correct space, but a few statements are incorrectly placed.||Few statements are placed correctly in the circles.|
|Number of quality statements||Students make 4 or more comparison statements in each space of the circles.||Students make 2-3 comparison statements in each space of the circles||Students make 1 or less statements in each space of the circles.|
| Final Score|
Totals / 3
|Below Basic |
|All information is clearly presented. You have included additional details for at least 4 different communication inventions||Most information is clearly presented. You have included additional details for at least 3 communication inventions||Some information is clearly presented. You have included additional details for at least 2 communication inventions||Information is not clear. You have tried to include details for at least 1 communication invention.|
|Accuracy||All events are placed in chronological sequence. (BCE Before Common Error / ACE After Common Error are in the correct order.)||Most events are placed in chronological sequence. Most of BCE / ACE events are in the correct order.||Events placements contain some minor inaccuracies. Some of BCE/ ACE events are not in the correct order.||Events are significantly placed out of order. Many BCE / ACE events are not in the correct order.|
|Organization||Overall layout of timeline is exceptionally organized.||Overall layout of timeline is well organized.||Overall layout of timeline is mostly organized.||Overall layout of timeline is not well organized|
|Aesthetics||The appearance of your timeline is very creative and attractive||The appearance of your timeline is neat and attractive||The overall appearance of your timeline is legible and neat.||The overall appearance of your timeline is not legible and messy.|
|Conventions||Few spelling or convention errors||Spelling and conventions errors are minimal||Spelling and conventions errors do not distract viewing your timeline.||Spelling and convention errors distract viewing your timeline.|
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