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SpeakeasyRolePlay

Yourassignmentistoresearchyourassignedindividualandgiveapresentationoveryourindividualand whatmadethemnotableinthe1920s.Thiswillbegivenonthedayofourspeakeasyactivity.Inadditiontoyour presentationyouwillassumetheroleofyourcharacterduringaoneclassperiodroleplayingactivity.Duringthis activityyouwillactasyourcharacterandhaveconversationswithothercharacters.Youwillbegradedbasedon therubricprovided.Yourcharacterwillbeassignedtoyou.

Theactivityisworth50pointsandeachstudentcanearnupto5extracreditpointsifyougoaboveand beyond.Thiswouldincludedressingincharacterandknowingmoreaboutyourcharacterthanisrequiredfor thisassignment.

Category Presentation

5 Studentpresentation explainsthe contributionsoftheir characterduringthe 1920s. Presentationcovers allimportant information.

4 Student presentation explainsthe contributionsoftheir characterduringthe 1920s. Presentationcovers mostimportant information. Studentwas somewhatofftask duringclasstime. Almostallhistorical information appearedtobe accurate. Studentmeetswith 89otherstudents andwritesa23 sentencereflection ontheir conversationwith eachcharacter. Studentisalmost alwaysincharacter andmost conversationsare appropriatefor activity.

32 Student presentation explainsthe contributionsof theircharacter duringthe1920s. Presentationdoes notincludemuch important information. Studentwaseasily distractedby peersandoftenoff task. Mostofthe historical informationwas accurate. Studentmeets with67other studentsand writesa23 sentencereflection ontheir conversationwith eachcharacter. Studentisalmost alwaysin character,butalot ofconversationare notappropriatefor activity.

1 Presentationis disorganizedand doesnotinclude anyimportant information.

UseofClass Time

Studentusedclass timeeffectively.

Studentwasoff taskconstantly.

Historical Accuracy

Allhistorical informationappeared tobeaccurate. Studentmeetswith 10otherstudents andwritesa23 sentencereflection ontheirconversation witheachcharacter.

Verylittleofthe historical informationwas accurate. Studentmeets with5orlessother studentsand writesa23 sentencereflection ontheir conversationwith eachcharacter. Studentdoesnot stayincharacter andmost conversationsare notappropriatefor activity.

Numberof Conversations

InCharacter

Studentisalwaysin characterandall conversationsare appropriatefor activity.