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Prompt 2: Author and historian Cornel West wrote in his book Race Matters, “Without the presence of black people in America, European-Americans would not be "white"-- they would be Irish, Italians, Poles, Welsh, and other engaged in class, ethnic, and gender struggles over resources and identity. (p. 107-108)” What does he mean by this? Prompt 3: What is the significance of the video’s title, “The Story We Tell”? Prompt 4: Racism has not disappeared. Will it ever disappear? Why or why not?
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5.09 HSED Social Studies Assessment Rubric Assessment _______________________ Student__________________________________________________________ Date_______________ Criteria Beginning 2 Developing 3 Accomplished 4 Exemplary 5 Points Amount of Support 2 pointShort, minimal paragraph with only 1 piece of evidence. Ideas are not developed fully. 3 points One solid paragraph that develops ideas with 2 pieces of evidence but lacks depth of thinking.4 points One well-developed paragraph that explores topic in-depth with 3 pieces of evidence.5 pointsOne paragraph that explores topic with high level of critical thinking using more than 3 pieces of evidence. Relevance of Support 2 pointDoes not clearly answer the questions asked. Little or no relevant support presented for answers. 3 points At least one example/ piece of evidence is specific and relevant and supports the author's position.4 points Most of the evidence/ examples are specific and relevant and support the author's position. 5 points All of the evidence/ examples are specific and relevant and support the author's position. Mechanics 2 point Contains more than 5 mechanical errors and/or has more than 2 run-ons or fragments.3 points Has 3-5 mechanical errors and/or 1-2 fragments or run-ons. 4 points Has 1-2 mechanical errors and/or no more than 1 fragment or run-on. 5 points Has NO mechanical errors and NO fragments or run-ons. Organization 2 point Lacks any discernable organizational structure.3 points Has order but it is inconsistent, illogical, but out of sequence. 4 points Order is evident with a topic sentence, logically ordered support sentences, and conclusion. 5 points Well-ordered with topic sentence, strong supporting sentences, and conclusion. COMMENTS Must score 80% or 16/20 to demonstrate competency.
Social Studies Unit 1.3 Race: The House We Live InStudent Name: ………………………………………Start date…………………… INSTRUCTOR COPY (to be kept in 5.09 student portfolio)5 . 0 9 S o c i a l S t u d i e s 1.3 Supplies: “Race: The Power of an Illusion” Study Guide and Internet access HSED Social Studies Competencies:Analyze major themes in U.S. history, Analyze major themes in World History, Analyze Basic Economic Concepts, Compare Major Geographic Regions and FeaturesLearning Activities: Activities must be 100% complete. Completion Score and Instructor Initials Explore “The Tale of Two Families”(link found in Blackboard). Complete “The Tale of Two Families”worksheet in the study guide. Review “The Tale of Two Families”worksheet with an instructor. Correct any errors. Watch “Race: The Power of an Illusion”, Episode III, entitled “The House We Live In” (link found in Blackboard).Complete “The House We Live In” Comprehension and Reflection worksheet in the study guide.

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