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HUMAN RELATIONS & DIVERSITY

FINAL PROJECT RUBRIC - PRESENTATION


HUMAN RELATIONS & DIVERSITY FINAL PROJECT (PRESENTATION)
Directions: For this assignment you will create a presentation on the topic that you have chosen in class. Thoroughly read through the
list of criteria for each heading below. Use this rubric as the outline for your presentation.
GRADE:

STUDENT NAME:

Beginning

FINAL PROJECT TOPIC:______________________________

Outcomes

Process Rubric

Missing,
inadequate
information,
unclear, does
not meet
criteria

/ 30
Approaching
Minor details
missing, minor
clarification or
revision
required to
meet criteria

.5

more than 2 errors

< than 2 errors

more than 2 errors

< than 2 errors

more than 2 errors

< than 2 errors

no use of terms

ample use of terms

MECHANICS 7 marks
PowerPoint - organized (logical, good flow, and timing)
Spelling
Capitalization
Grammar
Word use (uses terminology as studied in class)
Visually appealing
Use of Multimedia (videos, music, other?)
Involves class in an activity
Time 45 minutes
FORMAT 1 mark
The PowerPoint is formatted with 6 sections clearly labelled as: Introduction, History,
Cycle of Oppression, Empowerment, Supports, Summary

Meeting
Complete,
thorough, clear,
meets criteria

HUMAN RELATIONS & DIVERSITY


FINAL PROJECT RUBRIC - PRESENTATION
INTRODUCTION 2 marks
Provides a clear overview of what the listener can expect to learn in this
presentation
Includes a thesis statement as part of the introduction
HISTORY (past experiences) 3 marks
Discuss historical events related to the group being researched.
Discuss how these historical events have influenced the social perception of the
group being studied.
Discuss how these historical events have influenced the status of the group being
studied.
CYCLE OF OPPRESSION (experiences today) 9 marks
Describes the stereotypes associated with this group
Discusses attitudes/beliefs of prejudice that some privileged people hold against
this group
Describes how this group experiences discrimination
Describes how this group experiences targeting (being singled out, especially by
law enforcement and others in authority)
Describes how this group experiences oppression (laws, policies, benefits,
opportunities, perks) in our current society; what privileges are less available to
them
Shares the statistics regarding mental health issues, suicide, homicide, addictions,
and poverty
Describes internalized oppression
Describes how does internalized oppression impacts the individual and the group
Describe how the media impacts the social perception of the group studied

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Empowerment of Individuals and Communities (BEING AN ALLY) 3 marks
Describes ways for our community to improve social conditions for marginalized
groups
Describes ways to personally take responsibility for being a better support to
marginalized groups
Describes anticipated challenges, both from a community and personal
perspective
LOCAL, PROVINCIAL, AND NATIONAL SUPPORTS 1 mark
Provides list of community supports and discusses what type of support they
provide
SUMMARY 1 mark
Presents key learnings from doing the research on this particular topic - what has
it meant to you and has it changed anything for you
CREATIVITY 3 mark
Uses creativity to enhance the project makes additions to the presentation that
helps the audience to find a richer and deeper meaning.

1.5

HUMAN RELATIONS & DIVERSITY


FINAL PROJECT RUBRIC - PRESENTATION