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Rubrics for a variety of social studies activities, including presentations, videos, speeches, letters, maps, timelines and written reports. Great resources for adapting to almost any project or assignment.

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  • Language Arts > General
  • Language Arts > Writing
  • Social Studies > General

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  • Grade 3
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  • Grade 6
  • Grade 7
  • Grade 8
  • Grade 9
  • Grade 10
  • Grade 11
  • Grade 12
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SOC.5-6.H&SS5-6:1.1: History and Social Science

Asking relevant and focusing questions that will lead to independent research based on what they have seen, what they have read, what they have listened to, and/or what they have researched (e.g., How will global warming affect me and my community? Does intolerance exist in my school or community?).

SOC.5-6.H&SS5-6:2.1: History and Social Science

Using prior knowledge, relevant questions, and facts to develop a prediction and/or propose an explanation or solution.

SOC.5-6.H&SS5-6:3.1: History and Social Science

Identifying the quality and quantity of information needed, including primary and secondary sources.

SOC.5-6.H&SS5-6:3.2: History and Social Science

Identifying tools, tasks, and procedures needed for conducting an inquiry, including a plan for citing sources.

SOC.5-6.H&SS5-6:3.3: History and Social Science

Determining possible ways to present data (e.g., Power- Point, hypercard, report, graph, etc.).

SOC.5-6.H&SS5-6:4.1: History and Social Science

Referring to and following a plan for an inquiry.

SOC.5-6.H&SS5-6:4.2: History and Social Science

Locating relevant materials such as print, electronic, and human resources.

SOC.5-6.H&SS5-6:4.3: History and Social Science

Applying criteria from the research plan to analyze the quality (e.g., credibility of a web site) and quantity (e.g., minimum number of sources) of information gathered.

SOC.5-6.H&SS5-6:4.4: History and Social Science

Describing evidence and recording observations using notecards, videotape, tape recorders, journals, or databases. (e.g., recording relevant details of a historical or geographical landmark).

SOC.5-6.H&SS5-6:4.5: History and Social Science

Citing sources.

SOC.5-6.H&SS5-6:5.1: History and Social Science

Organizing and displaying information in a manner appropriate to the research statement through tables graphs, maps, dioramas, charts, narratives, posters, timelines, models, simulations, and/or dramatizations.

SOC.5-6.H&SS5-6:5.2: History and Social Science

Determining the validity and reliability of the document or information (e.g., evaluating why an author's point of view affects the reliability of the source).

SOC.5-6.H&SS5-6:5.3: History and Social Science

Using appropriate methods for interpreting information, such as comparing and contrasting, summarizing, illustrating, sequencing, and/or justifying (e.g., identifying ethnic or cultural perspectives missing from a historical account).

SOC.5-6.H&SS5-6:5.4: History and Social Science

Revising explanations as necessary based on peer critique, expert opinion, etc.

SOC.5-6.H&SS5-6:6.1: History and Social Science

Explaining the relevance of their findings (So what?) to themselves, their community, and/or history (e.g., by asking follow-up questions, by proposing additional research).

SOC.5-6.H&SS5-6:6.2: History and Social Science

Explaining how their research has led to a clearer understanding of an issue or idea.

SOC.5-6.H&SS5-6:6.3: History and Social Science

Proposing solutions to problems based on their findings, and asking additional questions.

SOC.5-6.H&SS5-6:6.4: History and Social Science

Identifying what was easy or difficult about following the research plan, and making suggestions for improvement.

SOC.5-6.H&SS5-6:7.1: History and Social Science

Developing and giving oral, written, or visual presentations for various audiences.

SOC.5-6.H&SS5-6:7.2: History and Social Science

Soliciting and responding to feedback.

SOC.5-6.H&SS5-6:7.3: History and Social Science

Pointing out possibilities for continued or further research.

SOC.7-8.H&SS7-8:2.1: History and Social Science

Predicting results, proposing a choice about a possible action, or exploring relationships between facts and/or concepts.

SOC.7-8.H&SS7-8:3.1: History and Social Science

Identifying the quality and quantity of information needed, including primary and secondary sources.

SOC.7-8.H&SS7-8:3.2: History and Social Science

Identifying tools and procedures needed for collecting, managing, and examining information, including a plan for citing sources (e.g., establishing a time line or schedule for research, identifying places to find possible sources).

SOC.7-8.H&SS7-8:3.3: History and Social Science

Determining possible ways to present data (e.g., Power- Point, hypercard, report, graph, etc.).

SOC.7-8.H&SS7-8:4.1: History and Social Science

Referring to and following a detailed plan for an inquiry.

SOC.7-8.H&SS7-8:4.2: History and Social Science

Locating relevant materials such as print, electronic, and human resources.

SOC.7-8.H&SS7-8:4.3: History and Social Science

Applying criteria from the plan to analyze the quality and quantity of information gathered (e.g., judging the accuracy of different accounts of the same event).

SOC.7-8.H&SS7-8:4.4: History and Social Science

Describing evidence and recording observations using notecards, videotape, tape recorders, journals, or databases.

SOC.7-8.H&SS7-8:4.5: History and Social Science

Revising the research plan and locating additional materials and/or information, as needed.

SOC.7-8.H&SS7-8:4.6: History and Social Science

Citing sources.

SOC.7-8.H&SS7-8:5.1: History and Social Science

Organizing and display information in a manner appropriate to the research statement through tables graphs, maps, dioramas, charts, narratives, posters timelines, models, simulations, and/or dramatizations.

SOC.7-8.H&SS7-8:5.2: History and Social Science

Determining the validity and reliability of the document or information.

SOC.7-8.H&SS7-8:5.3: History and Social Science

Choosing and using appropriate methods for interpreting information, such as comparing and contrasting, summarizing, illustrating, generalizing, sequencing, synthesizing, analyzing, and/or justifying (e.g., analyzing information to determine why two historical accounts of the same event might differ.)

SOC.7-8.H&SS7-8:5.4: History and Social Science

Revising explanations as necessary based on personal reflection, peer critique, expert opinion, etc.

SOC.7-8.H&SS7-8:6.1: History and Social Science

Formulating recommendations and/or making decisions based on evidence.

SOC.7-8.H&SS7-8:6.2: History and Social Science

Using their research results to support or refute the original research statement.

SOC.7-8.H&SS7-8:6.3: History and Social Science

Proposing solutions to problems based on their findings, and asking additional questions.

SOC.7-8.H&SS7-8:6.4: History and Social Science

Identifying problems or flaws with the research plan and suggesting improvements (e.g., identifying additional types of information that could strengthen an investigation).

SOC.7-8.H&SS7-8:6.5: History and Social Science

Proposing further investigations.

SOC.7-8.H&SS7-8:7.1: History and Social Science

Developing and giving oral, written, or visual presentations for various audiences.

SOC.7-8.H&SS7-8:7.2: History and Social Science

Soliciting and responding to feedback.

SOC.7-8.H&SS7-8:7.3: History and Social Science

Pointing out possibilities for continued or further research.

SOC.9-12.H&SS9-10:1.1: History and Social Science

Asking focusing, probing, and significant research questions that incorporate ideas and concepts of personal, community, or global relevance (e.g., How will recent changes in the global economy affect my community and me?).

SOC.9-12.H&SS11-12:1.1: History and Social Science

Asking focusing, probing, and significant research questions that incorporate ideas and concepts of personal, community, or global relevance and could lead to answers which allow students to become participants in solutions (Does my purchasing behavior affect child labor practices in the developing world?).

SOC.9-12.H&SS9-10:2.1: History and Social Science

Predicting results, proposing a choice about a possible action, or interpreting relationships between facts and/or concepts.

SOC.9-12.H&SS11-12:2.1: History and Social Science

Predicting results, proposing choices about possible actions, or interpreting relationships between facts and/or concepts.

SOC.9-12.H&SS9-10:3.1: History and Social Science

Establishing criteria for the quality and quantity of information needed, including primary and secondary sources.

SOC.9-12.H&SS9-10:3.2: History and Social Science

Identifying tools and procedures needed for collecting, managing, and analyzing information, including a plan for citing sources (e.g., establishing a time line or schedule for research, independently identifying places to find sources).

SOC.9-12.H&SS9-10:3.3: History and Social Science

Determining the best ways to present their data (e.g., Power- Point, hypercard, report, graph, etc.).

SOC.9-12.H&SS11-12:3.1: History and Social Science

Establishing criteria for the quality and quantity of information needed, including primary and secondary sources.

SOC.9-12.H&SS11-12:3.2: History and Social Science

Identifying tools and procedures needed for collecting, managing, and analyzing data, including a plan for citing sources (e.g., establishing a time line or schedule for research, independently identifying places to find sources).

SOC.9-12.H&SS11-12:3.3: History and Social Science

Determining the best ways to present their data (e.g., PowerPoint, hypercard, report, graph, etc.).

SOC.9-12.H&SS11-12:3.4: History and Social Science

Determining ways research plan can be applied to other areas (e.g., to future career goals).

SOC.9-12.H&SS9-10:4.1: History and Social Science

Referring to and following a detailed plan for a complex inquiry (e.g., conduct an inquiry into the several causes of WWI).

SOC.9-12.H&SS9-10:4.2: History and Social Science

Locating relevant materials such as print, electronic, and human resources.

SOC.9-12.H&SS9-10:4.3: History and Social Science

Applying criteria from the plan to analyze the quality and quantity of and corroborate the information gathered (e.g., citing multiple sources to verify evidence).

SOC.9-12.H&SS9-10:4.4: History and Social Science

Describing evidence and recording observations using notecards, videotape, tape recorders, journals, or databases.

SOC.9-12.H&SS9-10:4.5: History and Social Science

Revising research plan and locating additional materials and/or information, as needed.

SOC.9-12.H&SS9-10:4.6: History and Social Science

Citing sources.

SOC.9-12.H&SS9-10:5.1: History and Social Science

Organizing and displaying information in a manner appropriate to the research statement through maps, graphs, charts, tables, narratives, timelines, models, simulations, or dramatizations (e.g., creating a line graph from tabular data in order to convey economic trends).

SOC.9-12.H&SS9-10:5.2: History and Social Science

Determining the validity and reliability of the document or information in relation to an analysis of the hypothesis (e.g., "How good is my hypothesis based on the reliable information I've gathered?").

SOC.9-12.H&SS9-10:5.3: History and Social Science

Choosing and using appropriate methods for interpreting information, such as comparing and contrasting, summarizing, illustrating, generalizing, sequencing, synthesizing, analyzing, inferring, deducing, and/or justifying.

SOC.9-12.H&SS9-10:5.4: History and Social Science

Revising explanation as necessary based on personal reflection, peer critique, expert opinion, etc.

SOC.9-12.H&SS9-10:6.1: History and Social Science

Predicting and/or recommending how conclusions can be applied to other civic, economic or social issues.

SOC.9-12.H&SS9-10:6.2: History and Social Science

Using research results to support or refute the original research statement.

SOC.9-12.H&SS9-10:6.3: History and Social Science

Proposing solutions to problems based on findings, and asking additional questions.

SOC.9-12.H&SS9-10:6.4: History and Social Science

Identifying problems or flaws with the research process and suggesting improvements (e.g., evaluating the limitations of some sources).

SOC.9-12.H&SS9-10:6.5: History and Social Science

Proposing further investigations.

SOC.9-12.H&SS9-10:7.1: History and Social Science

Developing and giving oral, written, or visual presentations for various audiences.

SOC.9-12.H&SS9-10:7.2: History and Social Science

Soliciting and responding to feedback.

SOC.9-12.H&SS9-10:7.3: History and Social Science

Pointing out possibilities for continued or further research.

SOC.9-12.H&SS11-12:4.1: History and Social Science

Referring to and following a detailed plan for a complex inquiry (e.g., conduct an inquiry into the several causes of WWI).

SOC.9-12.H&SS11-12:4.2: History and Social Science

Locating relevant materials such as print, electronic, and human resources.

SOC.9-12.H&SS11-12:4.3: History and Social Science

Applying criteria from the plan to analyze the quality and quantity of and corroborate the information gathered (e.g., judging the accuracy of historical fiction by comparing the characters and events described with accounts in multiple primary and secondary sources).

SOC.9-12.H&SS11-12:4.4: History and Social Science

Describing evidence and recording observations using notecards, videotape, tape recorders, journals, or databases.

SOC.9-12.H&SS11-12:4.5: History and Social Science

Revising research plan and locating additional materials and/or information, as needed.

SOC.9-12.H&SS11-12:4.6: History and Social Science

Citing sources.

SOC.9-12.H&SS11-12:5.1: History and Social Science

Organizing and displaying information in a manner appropriate to the research statement through maps, graphs, charts, tables, narratives, timelines, models, simulations, or dramatizations.

SOC.9-12.H&SS11-12:5.2: History and Social Science

Determining the validity and reliability of the document or information in relation to an analysis of the hypothesis.

SOC.9-12.H&SS11-12:5.3: History and Social Science

Choosing and using appropriate methods for interpreting information, such as comparing and contrasting, summarizing, illustrating, generalizing, sequencing, synthesizing, analyzing, inferring, deducing, and/or justifying.

SOC.9-12.H&SS11-12:5.4: History and Social Science

Revising explanation as necessary based on personal reflection, peer critique, expert opinion, etc.

SOC.9-12.H&SS11-12:6.1: History and Social Science

Predicting and/or recommending how conclusions can be applied to other civic, economic or social issues.

SOC.9-12.H&SS11-12:6.2: History and Social Science

Using research results to support or refute the original research statement.

SOC.9-12.H&SS11-12:6.3: History and Social Science

Proposing solutions to problems based on findings, and asking additional questions.

SOC.9-12.H&SS11-12:6.4: History and Social Science

Identifying problems or flaws with the research process and suggesting improvements.

SOC.9-12.H&SS11-12:6.5: History and Social Science

Proposing further investigations.

SOC.9-12.H&SS11-12:7.1: History and Social Science

Developing and giving presentations for various audiences.

SOC.9-12.H&SS11-12:7.2: History and Social Science

Soliciting and responding to feedback.

SOC.9-12.H&SS11-12:7.3: History and Social Science

Pointing out possibilities for continued or further research.
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