Intel® Teach Program Assessing Projects Magazine Rubric (Group) 4 3 2 1 Appearance Our magazine is Our magazine is Our magazine is Our magazine is neat, attractive neat and a little bit confusing and and organized so organized. Our confusing, and our pictures are people can easily pictures are some of our not clear and do find what they clear. pictures are not not seem to have are looking for. clear. a purpose. Our pictures have a clear focus. Features We have an We have a name We have some We may have a interesting name for our magazine titles, bylines, title for our for our magazine and titles for our and features. We magazine, but that goes along articles. We have have a table of many of our with what is bylines that show contents, but it articles are inside it. We also who wrote them may have some missing titles and have bylines that and an accurate mistakes or be bylines. Our tell who wrote table of contents. confusing. table of contents the articles and is missing or an accurate table inaccurate. of contents page. Extras We have some We have some We have a few We do not have extra features in extra features in extra features, any extra our magazine, our magazine, but most of them features in our such as letters to and most of them don’t really go magazine. the editor, go along with the along with the advertisements, name of the name of the advice columns, magazine. magazine. and extra articles, that go along with the name of the magazine. Conventions There are no There are no There are some There are many errors in spelling, errors in spelling, errors in spelling, errors in spelling, punctuation, punctuation, punctuation, punctuation, capitalization, or capitalization, or capitalization, or capitalization, or sentences. sentences that sentences that sentences that detract from detract from detract from meaning. meaning. meaning.
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