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Shakespeare Project 2013. Important dates April 30 th -Project “check-up” May 15 th -Projects due Week of the festival: Select projects on display around the school Need help with your project or research? Ms. Madsen is available to help during B lunch or after school by appointment!.

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Shakespeare project 2013

Shakespeare Project 2013

  • Important dates

    • April 30th-Project “check-up”

    • May 15th-Projects due

    • Week of the festival: Select projects on display around the school

      Need help with your project or research? Ms. Madsen is available to help during B lunch or after school by appointment!


Rubric content information

Rubric: Content/Information

Student project demonstrates thorough research and careful study. Projects are well-planned, informational and contribute to the learning of others.

  • Posters/tri-folds or brochures have interesting and factual information

  • Models, drawings, costumes or other visual projects as well as digital videos or recordings include a “fact sheet” or script


Rubric creativity concept

Rubric: Creativity/Concept

Student project generates interest through the use of visuals, colors, text or overall form in which the project is made.

  • Posters/tri-folds or brochures have colorful and neat pictures

  • Models, drawings, costumes or other visuals/digital videos or recordings incorporate unique graphics, 3-D content or materials


Rubric overall presentation

Rubric: Overall Presentation

Student project is neat, well-made and shows that time and effort were put into making it. Also, projects met all teacher requirements for presentation, were turned in on time, etc.

  • Project does not look like it was put together at the last minute

  • Projects contain little to no “dead/empty space” on tri-fold

  • No glue or tape visible; project does not fall apart


Rubric reflection

Rubric: Reflection

Student is able to reflect—verbally or in writing—with accuracy and depth of knowledge on their project topic, thus demonstrating a complete understanding of their topic.

  • Student can answer specific questions about their project topic.

  • Student can write in detail about what they’ve learned


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