World History Rubrics in High School Social Studies

Find free High School Social Studies Rubrics on World History.
Mexican History Group Research Project
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This lesson was designed for ELD, but can be used for Social Studies. It is based on a NEWSELA Article. Students have a choice on the additional...
Different but Alike
Denora Gaines
Updated: 
2017
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This is a project-based lesson plan. The students must form small groups of no more than five (5) members. They then must select a culture to...
Discussion Rubric
Adam Feinberg 
Updated: 
2020
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  • Multiple Subjects
  • High School
This is a discussion rubric that is common core aligned. Has six skills to be evaluated: preparation, evidence, questions, analysis and synthesis,...
Latin American Political Instability & Independence Post-World War II Research Project
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  • Social Studies
  • High School
This is a project-based group project which encourages children to do independent research with guided instructions. All of these attachments are...
FlowGeo - The Geometry and Geography of Movement
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  • Multiple Subjects
  • High School
FlowGeo is a right of passage 10 Day unit plan that teaches World History through movement, dance, and martial arts. There are Project Based and...
The Crucible by  Arthur Miller: Which lens will you select to look at it through ?
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Updated with New Resources! Witch Hunt Hyperdoc Template is a very strong look at the current state of the Modern Witch Hunt. Strong historical...
Novel HyperDoc Unit Template for Refugee by Alan Gratz For Teachers, Parents and Students Especially During Social Isolation
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  • Multiple Subjects
  • MS, HS
Novel HyperDoc Unis are absolutely one of the best tools for everyone especially in a novel study. Templates like this one are customizable for the...
The Lodz Ghetto a hyperdoc template
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  • Multiple Subjects
  • High School
Very well done specific look at the ghetto concept applied to Lodz.It is meant as a start point in a unit.The letter to educators and ultimately to...