Personal Creative Art, Poetry, or Music Project and essay grading rubric

Personal Creative Art, Poetry, or Music Project and essay grading rubric

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Personal Church history Creative Art, Poetry, or Music Project and Essay Grading Rubric Scoring Category and Criteria Point Value Technical Control Project cleared with professor before submitting Name, section number in top right-hand corner Proper length (2-3 pages), font & size (Times New Roman size 12 or Calibri size 11), borders (1 inch), and typewritten Spelling, capitalization, punctuation, grammar, etc. is correct Evidence of proofreading /3 Clearly Written (organization, unity, coherence, and progression) Each paragraph concisely discusses one major point The paper logically progresses from one point to the next Proper use of paragraphs Uses complete sentences /2 Identification (Art and Poetry )Include a photo or copy of the project, etc. (Music) Include a digital mp3; (Video) mpeg4 or QuickTime
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Unformatted text preview: Show original to the professor and possibly share it with the class /11 Connection of a specific project to Church history Describe how the project directly relates to our study of Church history Analyze the accuracy of the project in portraying events in Church history Evidence of deeper thinking in making connections with Church history Not too short or vague /5 Significance Explain specifically why this project is important or significant to you Explain significant insights that you received and questions you have from the project Explain why the chosen aspect of Church history should be significant for us today Bring the paper to an appropriate and meaningful conclusion Not vague /4 Total Score /25...
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This note was uploaded on 02/16/2012 for the course REL C 341 taught by Professor Dr.craigjamesostler during the Winter '12 term at BYU.

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