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Name ________________________ Period ______ TS Position and Role ______________________________________________ AP U.S. History Discussion Group Rubric 50 points Evaluation (50 points): The quality and structure of the thesis, mastery of content, quality of participation (persuasiveness and enthusiasm are factors), and degree of organization and detail in the outline are the chief criteria. A. Pre-discussion “close text reading” debrief with partner and Coach Nance (10 points) Reading completed and close text reading notes compiled Three-way conversation develops discussion points Division of responsibility is determined B. Individually drafted thesis paragraph (10 points): Has a clear, strong and well-constructed thesis paragraph with appropriate background and historical framework. Appropriate contextualization Clear, comprehensive thesis Needs a framework
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