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McKenna Cua

Liz York
Assessment Plan
Social Studies:
1. Locate where the four planes crashed and label them on a map, what states did the
plane crashes occur in. (VS).
A : 100 - 90% B- 89 - 80% C - 79 - 70% D - 69 - 60% F - 59 - 0%
2. Construct a timeline showing important dates relating to the personal computer and its
debut to the general public. Dont forget to include the debut of the first ever computer
and show how it evolved to the personal computer. Include a sentence with each mark
on the timeline explaining what happened in / on that date / year. (LM)
A : 100 - 90% B- 89 - 80% C - 79 - 70% D - 69 - 60% F - 59 - 0%
3. Identify and label the 15 independent post Soviet Union countries on the map provided.
You may use different colors and label using a key. (BK)
See rubric for grading scale! This is the activity we used for the grading rubric.
4. Analyze the effects of 9/11 on the United States. How have we changed since then? Is
there something we could differently? Explain your reasoning. (SP)
A : 100 - 90% B- 89 - 80% C - 79 - 70% D - 69 - 60% F - 59 - 0%
5. Explain the Patriot Act and its effect on society. What did it do? Who signed it into law?
(INTER)

A : 100 - 90% B- 89 - 80% C - 79 - 70% D - 69 - 60% F - 59 - 0%


Writing:
1. Describe using your five senses what you thought September 11 was like? Using your
imagination of what you thought you would of saw, heard, smelled, and touched. Write
three to five paragraphs to complete this assignment.

A : 100 - 90% B- 89 - 80% C - 79 - 70% D - 69 - 60% F - 59 - 0%


Reading:
1. Compare and Contrast George W Bushs ground zero speech with his speech at the
national cathedral following 9/11. Use a Venn Diagram to complete this activity. Focus
on how the setting of the speech influenced what he said.
https://genius.com/George-w-bush-speech-at-ground-zero-annotated
http://www.historyplace.com/speeches/gw-bush-9-11.htm

A : 100 - 90% B- 89 - 80% C - 79 - 70% D - 69 - 60% F - 59 - 0%

Math:
1. Locate/find and record the changes in oil prices throughout the Cold War. Answer the
following questions: Were the changes significant? (more than 3 cents?) How did these
prices affect the United States? How did they affect the Soviet Union? (LM)

A: 100 - 90% B: 89 - 80% C: 79 - 70% D: 69 - 60% F: 59 - 0%


Science:
1. Construct / Design a mini model of the twin towers buildings out of any material. (NA)

A : 100 - 90% B- 89 - 80% C - 79 - 70% D - 69 - 60% F - 59 - 0%

SS #3 Rubric
4 - Mastered 3 - Proficient 2 - Almost there 1- Not proficient 0- Unacceptable
(14.5-16pts.) (12.75- (11.25-12.5 pts.) (9.75-11 pts.) (9.5-0 pts.)
14.25pts.)

Accuracy - the Accuracy - the Accuracy - the Accuracy - the Accuracy - the
students got all student got 12- student got 9-11 student got 4- 8 student got 3 or
of the 15 14 independent independent independent less independent
independent countries labeled countries labeled countries labeled countries labeled
countries labeled correctly on the correctly on the correctly on the correctly on the
correctly on the map with only map with map with map with
map with no labeling 1 to 3 labeling several labeling more labeling more
errors countries of the countries than half of the than half of the
incorrectly on incorrectly. independent independent
the map. countries wrong. countries wrong.

Colorful - The Colorful - The Colorful - The Colorful - The Colorful - The
student used a student used student used student used student used no
lot of color to some color but 1 some color but 4 barely any color. color. All of the
distinguish the to 3 countries to 7 countries More than half of countries were
different were not colored were not colored the countries not colored in
independent to distinguish to distinguish were not colored properly.
countries. All 15 them from the them from the in properly.
of the others. others.
independent
countries were
colored in.

Neatness and Neatness and Neatness and Neatness and Neatness and
Organization - Organization - Organization - Organization - Organization -
The students The students The students The students The students
work was work was neat, work was slightly work was messy work was messy
meticulous, there were 1 to 3 messy, where with no clear with no clear
organized, and areas that were more than 3 organization with organization with
easy to read. not neat. areas were many areas many areas
unreadable. being being
unreadable. unreadable.