Evaluation

Students will be able to: Strong Good Adequate Inadequate Weighting
Identify actions citizens can take to express objections to current conditions/situations in America. Student is able to identify 5-7 methods of expressing objection Student is able to identify 3-4 methods of expressing objection Student is able to identify 1-2 methods of expressing objection. Student is not able to identify clearly methods of expressing objection. 15%
Identify the rights guaranteed by the First Amendment and give examples Student can list 4-5 rights and give examples of each. Student can list 3 rights and give examples of each. Student can list 2 rights and give examples of each one. Student can list 1 right and give an example. 15%
Demonstrate their understanding of the First Amendment rights and primary sources by writing a memo. Student's memo includes very specific suggestions which are strongly supported with evidence from the First Amendment Student's memo includes general suggestions which are supported with evidence from the First Amendment. Student's memo includes limited suggestions which are somewhat supported with evidence from the First Amendment. Student's memo includes very limited suggestions or little evidence of support from the First Amendment. 35%
Articulate the public's reaction to the Case of Sacco and Vanzetti and describe different actions people took to express their objections. Provide evidence from primary sources. Student writes a clear, complete and accurate description of the public's reaction to the Case of Sacco and Vanzett. The response includes relevant details from primary sources. Student writes a mostly clear, complete and accurate description of the public's reaction to the Case of Sacco and Vanzett. The response includes relevant but often general details from primary sources. Student writes a partial description of the public's reaction to the Case of Sacco and Vanzett. The response includes limited details and may include misinterpreations from primary sources. Student writes a minimal description of the public's reaction to the Case of Sacco and Vanzett. The response includes few or no details from primary sources and may include misinterpretations. 35%