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11th Grade British Literature

MAPPING PROJECTS AND PRESENTATIONS

For every major work that we read, two groups will have big mapping assignments. One group will
be in charge of the geographical mapping, and the other in charge of the timeline mapping.

The Timeline Mapping Assignment


The submission will be mapped onto the timeline at the time of the origin or publication of the work.
This submission will include:
-

A picture, comic, or other visual representation of life in that time period


A short summary of what life was like at that time period
Indication of any major events of that time period that are important to understanding the
cultural context

The Geographical Assignment


This submission will be mapped onto the British Isles at the place of publication or the authors
residence. The submission will include:
-

A picture, comic, or other visual representation of the written work


A short biography of the author, including major life events and literary influences

11th Grade British Literature


PRESENTATION RUBRIC

ORAL
PRESENTATION
(16 points)

PROJECT CONTENT
(20 points)

PROJECT
COMPOSITION
(24 points)

EXCELLENT
Presentation of
submission is wellplanned and
practiced with
minor fluency
errors; explains
content clearly;
equal distribution
of oral
presentation
among group
Submission
displays in-depth
knowledge and
understanding of
major and minor
concepts; shows
substantial
research efforts
Submission is wellorganized and
clearly written;
Underlying logic
and themes are
clear; Very few
fluency errors

PROJECT
PRESENTATION
(20 points)

Submission is
neatly done;
Creative or
imaginative
elements support
content; Themes
are easy to follow

INDIVIDUAL
CONTRIBUTION
(20 points)

Individual
contribution is
well-integrated
into group work; it
is precise and
clear; reflection
paragraph is wellwritten and clear

GOOD
Presentation of
submission is
planned with some
fluency errors;
explains content;
slightly unequal
distribution of oral
presentation
among group

FAIR
Presentation of
submission is not
well-planned or
well-practiced;
fluency errors
occur regularly;
unequal
distribution of oral
presentation
among group

Submission
displays substantial
knowledge and
understanding of
major and minor
concepts; shows
research efforts

Submission
displays general
understanding and
awareness of
major and minor
concepts; shows
some research

Submission is
organized and
clearly written for
the most part;
Underlying logic
and themes are
occasionally
difficult to follow;
Some fluency
errors
Submission is well
done; Some
creative or
imaginative
elements are
present; Themes
are sometimes
difficult to follow

Submission lacks
significant
organization and is
unclear;
Underlying logic
and themes are
present but
difficult to follow;
Many fluency
errors
Submission is
somewhat neat;
creative or
imaginative
elements are
missing or fail to
capture interest;
Themes are
difficult to follow
Individual
contribution is
present but does
not support the
group work well; it
is somewhat
accurate but still
unclear; reflection
paragraph is
unclear or poorly
written

Individual
contribution is
substantial and
integrated into
group work; it is
accurate and
mostly clear;
reflection
paragraph is wellwritten with few
discrepancies

POOR
Presentation of
submission is not
planned or
practiced;
significant fluency
errors; content is
unexplained or
unclear; unequal
distribution of oral
presentation
among group
Submission shows
little knowledge or
understanding of
major and minor
concepts or
requirements of
project; little
research done
Submission is
unorganized and
unclear;
Underlying logic
and themes not
present; Significant
fluency errors.

Submission is
roughly done or
illegible; minimal
creative or
imaginative
elements are
present; Themes
are very difficult to
follow
Individual
contributions to
the group project
were minimal or
poorly done;
reflection
paragraph fails to
reflect the
distribution of
work