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THINKING LIKE A HISTORIAN RUBRIC

Emerging CRITERIA Exemplifying


Somewhat Developing Mastering
Comments Comments
Historical Significance (1):
- Student is able to
identify the importance of the
topic and how widespread the
consequences
- Student is able to
explain significance of the
event
- Student is able to
critically explain how their role
or self identity influenced their
opinion
Evidence (1):
- Student is able to
critically engage with the
evidence provided and make
claims about the past using
critical approaches to the best
and most relevant evidence
- Student is able to
identify the type of evidence
and it’s reliability
Continuity and Change (1):
- Student is able to
identify changes and their
substantial effect,
permanence, and importance
of the changes
- Student is able to
identify aspects of continuity
and their significance
- Students are able
to critically examine
connections between
past/present/future in relation
to the event/topic
Cause and Consequence (2):
- Student can
identify three (3) causes of the
event/topic and critically
examine them based on
importance
- Student can
identity three (3)
consequences of the
event/topic and critically
examine them based on
importance
Historical Perspective (2):
- Student can
identify the social beliefs,
values, and practices at the
time of the event and
recognize the effect that has
on perspective
- Student can
identify the perspective from
which the event is told and
effectively explain how that
may influence the way the
past is presented
Ethical Dimension (1):
- Student is able to
effectively engage with the
topic of ethics throughout the
event and critically analyze the
accuracy and credibility of the
evidence
- Students can
explain in detail their
reasoning for believing in the
argument presented
Style (2):
- Student is able to
communicate ideas clearly and
concisely in writing, with an
appropriate level of detail and
awareness of audience